Week of April 20 – 24

Math

This week finishes the Equations and Functions Unit concepts and the assessment will be given next week on either Monday or Tuesday depending on block. I have posted below a review worksheet along with answers. Students should spend time this weekend reviewing the materials and notes from class to be prepared for the assessment. Students begin a performance task after the assessment on using graphs and functions to solve a mystery. That will be the final grade from this unit before starting statistics and probability as last unit of the semester.

Equations and Functions Assessment Review

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Equations and Functions Assessment Review ANSWERS

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Social Studies

This week’s AFC research focus has been Causes and Home Country Outlook. Students are researching the causes of the issue as it pertains to their research question and how the issue affects their home country (where passport is from, or where they have spent a majority of their upbringing). They will need to have completed seven note cards by Friday April 24th at 3pm. Next week will then focus on researching solutions to their issue. Also next week they will be introduced to the choice board of projects they can complete to demonstrate what they have learned about their issue. I have posted this below so that they can start thinking of which project best suits their issue and strengths.

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English

English classes this week were devoted to supporting students as they researched their Causes and Home Country Outlook. We also learned how to use in-text citations in MLA format. Next week will be focused on helping students select the best product from the choice board that will complement their skill set and be an effective demonstration of what they learned about their issue.

Science

We began making our self contained ecology columns (e-column) this week. They will be completed by the end of the week and students will make their initial observations and measurements of the e-column. Each student is assigned a specific chamber that they are in charge of observing and maintaining. They will have to make observations each class, take pictures and those assigned the terrestrial chamber are required to do daily visits to the science room to water the plants. This observation period will last for three weeks and then finishes with them making a video documenting the e-column and the changes they observed. Below are sample charts to track data for each chamber they are assigned.

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