Semester Overview

Grade 11
Academic Year 2018/2019

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GRADE 11  English  Academic Year 2018/2019

Teacher:  Chris Bonner

Semester 1
Week Objectives Add
1

 

Oranges Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 14 -19

Reading: Poetry ‘Oranges’(Pg. 14 – 15)Writing:  Poetry: The Haiku

Grammar: Compound and complex sentences, dep.& independent clauses(Pg. 18)

Discussion:  Reading the screenplay and testing comprehension.(Pg. 14)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of palace, such as ‘Mrs. Burning’s House’.(Pg. 19)

Vocab/Spelling Words:  perspective vs. prospective, visualize, interact (Pg. 6)

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

Haiku Competition

 

Insert lesson

 

Game

2 Managing Stress Keystone Unit 1Pg. 20 -33

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 20 – 23)

‘Managing Stress’ (Pg. 24 – 29),Comprehension check (Pg. 30,1)

Grammar: can and can’t + verb for ability or possibility(Pg. 32)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of a person, such as ‘My Stress-Free Friend’.(Pg. 33)

Vocab/Spelling Words:  maximize, moderation, stressful, stressors, systematic, threshold

Workbook: (Pg.) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

 

Game

3 Fantasy Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 34 -43

Quiz 1: Compound/complex sentences, clauses, transition words; can and can’t + verb

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 48 – 51)

‘The Phantom Tollbooth’, a fantasy(Pg. 38 – 41)

‘Grandma Ling’, a poem(Pg. 42 – 43),Comprehension check (Pg. 44)

Grammar: Simple present for habitual actions or routines(Pg. 46)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of an event, ‘A Day in the Life of Milo’(Pg. 47)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  allegory, narrative poem, irony

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Quiz

 

 

 

Game

4 The Brain Keystone Unit1, Pg. 48 – 69

Review Quiz 1 (Week 3) and discussion. Discussing ‘the photograph’. (Pg. 44 – 47)Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 48 – 51)

‘Your Brain & the Nervous System’(Pg. 52 – 55) Comprehension check (Pg. 56)

Grammar: Complex and compound-complex sentences(Pg. 58)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of an object, such as ‘Sections of the Brain’(Pg. 59)Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  behavior, nerves, neurons, organ relays, system

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

MovieP.1

5 Listening & Speaking Workshop Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 62 – 63

Quiz 2: Simple present for routines; comp., complex, and comp-complex sentences

Discussion: Listening & Speaking Workshop(Pg. 62 – 63Effective Presentations,

 

Quiz

MovieP.2

6 Writing Workshop  Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 64 – 67

Review Quiz 2 (Week 5) and discussion

Listening & Speaking: Student Presentations

Discussion: The writing process(Pg. 64 – 7)

The editing & proofreading process(Pg. 66 – 7)

the writing & editing

process

Bring in edits Game

7 Learning about Art with the Smithsonian Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 68 – 83

Reading: Art in the Smithsonian(Pg. 68 – 69), Glossary (Pg. vii)

Writing: Write about a piece of artwork (bring in the artwork)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: abstract, perception, pigment, texture, composition

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Research

 

Game

8 Shaping our Identity Keystone Unit 2, Pg.70 – 85

Discussion:  Who are you? (Pg. 73 – 74)

Speaking/Writing: First-person and Third person points of view(Pg. 73)

Grammar: Modals, regular & irregular, can and could (Pg. 84)

Expository writing:  Explain the steps in a process, such as ‘Starting a New School’(Pg. 85)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  adapt, conflict, point of view, identity, interpret, issue, reveal

Workbook 🙁 Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

 

Game

9 What Do You Stand For? Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 108

Reading, discussion (Pg. 86 – 89)

‘Character Trait Inventory’ (Pg. 90 – 93),Comprehension check (Pg. 94)

Quiz 3: Modals, regular & irregular, can and could

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  attitude, communication, manipulating, etc.

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Project, ambition

Quiz

 

Game

10 Review& Workbook make-up

Review Quiz 3 (Week 9) and discussion

11 Midterms

 

12 What Shapes our Identity? Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 96 – 111

Review Midterm Exams. Grammar: would + rather to discuss preferences, unreal conditions(Pg. 96)

Reading: Poem ‘Learning English’(Pg. 107), Comprehension (Pg. 108)

Grammar: have to / supposed to + verb to discuss necessities and expectations(Pg. 110)

Writing: Write an expository paragraph showing cause-and-effect(Pg. 111)

Workbook: (Pg.) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

Crime solving

Movie Part 1

13 Solving a Crime Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 111 – 125

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 112 – 113)

‘Crime Scene’(Pg. 116 – 121),Comprehension check (Pg. 122)

Grammar: Factual conditions(Pg. 124)

Writing: Write instructions, such as ‘How to Catch a Crooked Bird Dealer’(Pg. 125)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  evidence, identical, identification, distinctive

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

Crime solving

Movie Part 2

14 When Should You Take a Stand? Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 137 – 43

Quiz 4: Factual and unreal conditions

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 138 -141)

‘Going, Going’, a fantasy(Pg. 142–147), Comprehension check (Pg. 148)

Grammar: used to and would + verb to express past habits(Pg. 150)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  community establishment, principle, hyperbole, boycott

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Quiz

 

 

 

 

Game

15 Freedom Walkers Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 34 – 43

Review Quiz 4 (Week 14) and discussion

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 152 – 155)

‘Freedom Walkers’, a fantasy(Pg. 156 – 159), Comprehension check (Pg. 160,1)

Grammar: Simple past & pronunciation(Pg. 162)

Writing: Write a story about taking a stand or boycotting that you experienced or know of. Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  legal, constitutional, restricted, violate

Workbook: (Pg.) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

Pronunciation

lesson

 

 

 

Game

16 Peer Pressure Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 164 – 193

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 164 – 155)

‘The Ravine’,(Pg. 168 – 175), Comprehension check (Pg. 176)

Grammar: Reported speech(Pg. 178)

Writing: Write a story about peer pressure that you experienced or know of. Vocabulary/Spelling Words: affect vs. effect, circumstances, predict, reconstruct

 

 

 

 

Game

17 Team Projects

Project:  Create (in teams) a presentation from the writing assignments of Weeks 15 &16.

Presentations.

 

Project

Part 1

Movie  P. 1

18 Reading & Writing Workshops Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 163

Writing a critique or review of a movie (Pg. 163)

Project:  Create a graphic novel or story board of the movie (in teams).

Team presentations.

Quiz 5: indefinite pronouns, would, could, etc.

 

Movie P. 2

 

 

Quiz

19 Review& Workbook make-up

Review Quiz 5 (Week 18) and discussion

20 Finals

 

 

Chemistry I

Siri Sawangjai

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 What is Chemistry?

·         Units and Measurements

·         SI Units and Scientific Notation

·         Significant figures

·         Uncertainty in Measurements

·         Matter

·         Conversion factors

Chemistry, Matter, Property, Elements, Atoms, Molecule, Compounds, Gas, Liquid, Solid, States of matter, Substance, Mixtures, Solutions, Mass, Celsius, Kelvin, Density
2 Atoms, Molecules, and ions

·         Dalton’s atomic theory of matter

·         Atomic structure

·         Atomic weights

·         Subatomic particles

·         Atomic mass

Atoms, Subatomic particles, Cathode rays, radioactivity, nucleus, Electronic charge, Angstrom, Isotopes, Isomers
3 Periodic Table and Classifications

·         Groups

·         Periods

·         Atomic number

·         Atomic symbol

·         Atomic weight

Molecules and Molecular Compounds

·         Chemical formulas

·         Molecular formulas

·         Empirical formulas

 

Elements, Metals, Nonmentals, Metalloids, Diatomic, Structural formulas, Proton, Neutron, Electron
4 Ions and Ionic Compounds

·         Predicting ionic charges

·         Ionic compound

Chemical Nomenclature

·         Inorganic compounds

·         Organic compounds

Ion, Cation, Anion, Polyatomic ions, Chemical nomenclature, Alkanes, hydrocarbons, alcohol,
5 Stoichiometry and Chemical Reactions

·         Chemical equations

·         Complex chemical equations

·         Formula and molecular weights

Stoichiometry, Reactants, Products, Formula weight, Molecular weight, Mole
6 Stoichiometry and Chemical Reactions (cont’d)

·         Percentage composition

·         Avogadro’s number

·         Mole

·         Molar mass

7 Stoichiometry and Chemical Reactions (cont’d)

·         Empirical formulas

·         Quantitative calculation from balanced chemical equation

Mole ratio, Molecular formula, Combustion analysis, Chemical equation, Coefficient
8 Stoichiometry and Chemical Reactions (cont’d)

·         Limiting reactants

·         Theoretical yields

Aqueous Solutions

·         Properties of aqueous solution

·         Precipitation reaction

9 Aqueous Solutions (cont’d)

·         Acids, bases and neutralization reactions

·         Strong and weak acids and bases

·         Salt and gas formation

10 Review for Midterm

 

**Units 1 – 4 (4.1 – 4.8)**

 

11 Midterms

(July 16 – 18)

12 Introduction to Thermodynamics

·         Nature of energy

·         Heat and work

·         Kinetic energy

·         Potential energy

·         Units of energy

13 Introduction to Thermodynamics (cont’d)

·         First law of thermodynamics

·         Internal energy

·         Endothermic and Exothermic Processes

·         State functions

14 Introduction to Thermodynamics (cont’d)

·         Enthalpy

·         Calorimetry

·         Heat Capacity and Specific Heat

15 Introduction to Thermodynamics (cont’d)

·         Hess’s law

·         Heat formation

·         Standard of enthalpy of formation calculation

Test 3: (Units 4 – 5)

16 Electronic Structure of Atoms

·         Wave nature of light

·         Electromagnetic radiation

·         Quantized energy and photons

·         Planck’s theory

17 Electronic Structure of Atoms

·         Photoelectric effect and photons

·         Spectrum

·         Bohr Model

18 Electronic Structure of Atoms

·         Wave behavior of matter

·         De Brogile’s

·         Momentum

·         Uncertainty in calculation

Test 4: Unit 6 (6.1 – 6.5)

19 Review for Final Exam

(September 10 – 18)

20 Finals

(September 19 – 21)

Physics I

 

Term 2

 

21 The Science of Physics

·         Measurements in experiments

·         Language of physics

·         Laboratory safety

22 Motion in One Dimension

·         Displacement and velocity

·         Acceleration

23 Motion in One Dimension (cont’d)

·         Falling objects

Two-Dimensional Motion and Vectors

·         Introduction to Vectors

·         Vector operations

24 Two-Dimensional Motion and Vectors

·         Projectile motion

·         Relative motion

25 Forces and the Laws of Motion

·         Changes in motion

·         Newton’s first law

26 Forces and the Laws of Motion (cont’d)

·         Newton’s second law

·         Newton’s third law

·         Everyday forces

27 Review for Midterm

(November 26 – 30)

Units 1 – 4

28 Midterms

(December 3 – 6)

 

December 5 – H.M. The King Rama IX’s Birthday (School Closed)

29 December 10 – Constitution Day (School Closed)

 

Work and Energy

·         Work

·         Energy

·         Conservation of energy

·         Work, energy, and power

30 Christmas Holiday

(December 17 – January 1)

31 Momentum and Collisions

·         Momentum and impulse

·         Conservation of momentum

32 Momentum and Collisions (cont’d)

·         Elastic and inelastic collisions

Rotational Motion and the Law of Gravity

·         Measuring rotational motion

·         Rotational quantities

·         Angular and linear quantities

33 Rotational Motion and the Law of Gravity (cont’d)

·         Tangential and centripetal acceleration

·         Causes of circular motion

·         Newton’s universal law of gravitation

Tangential speed, Tangential acceleration, Gravitational force, Inertial,
34 Rotational Equilibrium and Dynamics

·         Torque

·         Net torque produces rotation

·         Sign of a torque

Torque, Lever arm,
35 Rotational Equilibrium and Dynamics (cont’d)

·         Center of mass

·         Moment of inertia

Center of mass,

Moment of inertia

36 Rotational Equilibrium and Dynamics (cont’d)

·         Rotational equilibrium

·         Rotational dynamics

Newton’s second law for rotation, Momentum, Angular momentum
37 Rotational Equilibrium and Dynamics (cont’d)

·         Kinetic energy

·         Simple machines

Fluid Mechanics

·         Fluids and buoyant force

·         Archimedes’ principle

·         Fluid pressure and temperature

Kinetic energy,

Fluid, Mass density, Buoyant force, temperature,

38 Fluid Mechanics

·         Fluids in motion

·         Conservation law in fluids

·         Properties of gases

Fluid flow, Ideal fluid, Bernoulli’s principle, Gas law, Ideal gas law
39 Review for Finals

(February 18 – 22)

Units 7 – 9

40 Finals

(March 5 – 7)

 

Math Foundations

Neill Dixon

 

Term 1

 

Week Individual Track Class Track
1 Introduction:  Why I fell out of love with math – and why math is actually great!!

*Getting back to basics:  finding those missing math fundamentals — and learning them.

*Getting answers incorrect is the goal!  We need to find those missing gaps of math knowledge – and then master what we’ve missed.

*Two tracks:  individual track (your personal math issues) and class track (reviewing and establishing math fundamentals)

1.Problem solving

2.Prime factors

3.Powers and exponents

4.Order of operations

5.Review, Quiz, games

2             Math fundamental No. 1:  Keep it neat, keep in methodical.

 

Embracing your inner anality.

 

Individual math journals and exercises

1. Algebra, variables and expressions.

2.Algebra functions

3.Problem solving

4.Algebra equations

5.Review, Quiz, games

 

3 Math fundamentals No. 2:  Building blocks

 

Don’t move up a level without full understanding of lower levels.

 

Mind the gaps!

 

Individual math journals and exercises

1.Algebra, area formulas

2.Making tables

3.Bar graphs and line graphs

4.Interpreting line graphs

5.Review, Quiz, games

4 Math Fundamentals No. 3:  Number recognition

 

Math is full of special numbers that require

recognition and appreciation – like your partner if you’re married or your gun if you’re a soldier — learn them and love them.

 

Squares, cubes, pi, e, times table, trig functions.

 

Individual math journals and exercises

1.Stem and Leaf plots

2.Line plots

3.Mean

4.Median, mode and range

5.Review, Quiz, games

5 Math fundamentals No. 4: Tricks of the trade

 

Oh, no, my phone is dead and somebody stepped on my calculator!!  Finger counting is cool.

 

Individual math journals and exercises

1.Selecting an appropriate display

2.Intergers and graphing

3.Representing decimals

4.Comparing and ordering decimals

5.Review, Quiz, games

6 Math fundamentals No. 5: Know those basic formulas

 

Pythagorean, Quadratic, areas, parameters

 

Individual math journals and exercises

1.Rounding decimals

2.Estimating sums and decimals

3.Adding and subtracting decimals

4.Multiplying decimals by whole numbers

5.Review, Quiz, games

7 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Multiplying decimals

2.Dividing decimals by whole numbers

3.Dividing by decimals

4.Problem solving – reasonable answers

5.Review, quiz, games

8 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Greatest common factor

2.Simplfying fractions

3.Mixed numbers and improper fractions

4.problem solving – make an organized list

5.Review, quiz, games

9 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Least common multiple

2.Comparing and ordering fractions

3.Writing decimals as fractions

4.Writing fractions as decimals

5.Review, quiz, games

10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Algebra: ordered pairs and functions

2.Rounding fractions and mixed numbers

3.Problem solving: act it out!

4.Adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators

5.Review, quiz, games

 

13 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

2.Adding and subtracting mixed numbers

3.Extimating products of fractions

4.Multiplying fractions

5.Review, quiz, games

14 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Multiplying mixed numbers

2.Dividing fractions

3.Dividing mixed numbers

4.Ratios and rates

5.Review, quiz and games

15 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Ratio tables

2.Proportions

3.Algebra: solving proportions

4.Looking for patterns

5.Review, quiz and games

16 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Sequence and expressions

2.Proportions and equations

3.Percents and fractions

4.Circle graphs

5.Review, quiz and games

17 Individual math journals and exercises 1.percents and decimals

2.probability

3.constructing sample spaces

4.making predictions

5. Review, quiz and games

18 Individual math journals and exercises 1.Solve a simpler problem

2.Estimating with percents

3.Length

4.Capacity and weight

5.Review, quiz and games

19 Review
20 Finals

 

 

Pre-Calculus

Nic Hansen

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Functions and Their Graphs

●        Rules and classroom routines

●        Rectangular Coordinates

X-Axis, Y-Axis, Origin, Ordered Pair, Slope

Cartesian plane

2 Functions and Their Graphs

●        Graphs of Equations

●        Linear Equations in Two Variables

●        Functions

Quadrants

Coordinates

3 Functions and Their Graphs

●        Analyzing Graphs of Functions

●        A Library of Parent Functions

Linear Equation

Slope Intercept form

 

4 Functions and Their Graphs

●        Transformations of Functions

●        Combinations of Functions: Composite Functions

●        Inverse Functions

Vertical and Horizontal Shifts

 

5 Polynomial and Rational Functions

●        Quadratic Functions and Models

●        Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree

Polynomial functions

Quadratic functions

 

6 Polynomial and Rational Functions

●        Polynomial and Synthetic Division

●        Complex Numbers

Imaginary Unit i
7 Polynomial and Rational Functions

●        Zeros of Polynomial Functions

●        Rational Functions

Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
8 Polynomial and Rational Functions

●        Nonlinear Inequalities

Critical Numbers

Test Intervals

9 Intro to Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

●        Exponential Functions and Their Graphs

Algebraic Functions
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

●        Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs

●        Properties of Logarithms

Algebraic Functions

Transcendental Functions

13 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

●        Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

14 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

●        Exponential and Logarithmic Models

Model
15 Systems of Equations and Inequalities

●        Linear and Nonlinear Systems of Equations

System of Equations
16 Systems of Equations and Inequalities

●        Two-Variable Linear Systems

Method of Elimination
17 Systems of Equations and Inequalities

●        Multivariable Linear Systems

Row-Echelon Form
18 Systems of Equations and Inequalities

●        Partial Fractions

●        Systems of Inequalities

Partial Fraction

Partial Fraction Decomposition

19 Review
20 Finals
Math

 

Term 2

 

21 Matrices and Determinants

●        Matrices and Systems of Equations

●        Operations with Matrices

Matrix
22 Matrices and Determinants

●        The Inverse of a Square Matrix

●        The Determinant of a Square Matrix

Determinant
23 Matrices and Determinants

●        Applications of Matrices and Determinants

Cramer’s Rule
24 Trigonometry

●        Radian and Degree Measure

●        Trigonometric Functions: The Unit Circle

●        Right Triangle Trigonometry

Radian

Terminal Side

Initial Side

Standard Position

25 Trigonometry

●        Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle

●        Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions

●        Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions

Sine Curve

Cosine Curve

26 Trigonometry

●        Inverse Trigonometric Functions

●        Applications and Models

Inverse Functions of Sine and Cosine
27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Non-Teaching Week / Christmas Program Practice
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Analytic Trigonometry

●        Using Fundamental Identities

●        Verifying Trigonometric Identities

Trigonometric Identities
32 Analytic Trigonometry

●        Solving Trigonometric Equations

33 Analytic Trigonometry

●        Sum and Difference Formulas

Sum and Difference Formula
34 Analytic Trigonometry

●        Multiple Angle and Product-to-Sum Formulas

Oblique Triangles
35 Additional Topics in Trigonometry

●        Law of Sines

●        Law of Cosines

Law of Sines

Law of Cosines

36 Additional Topics in Trigonometry

●        Vectors in the Plane

Directed Line Segment

Magnitude

37 Additional Topics in Trigonometry

●        Vectors in Dot Products

Dot Product
38 Additional Topics in Trigonometry

●        Trigonometric Form of a Complex Number

Complex Plane

Real Axis

Imaginary Axis

39 Review
40 Finals

 

Health

Kaitland Grassing

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Orientation and Course Overview

–          What is health? Group activity

 

Chapter 7: Achieving Good Mental Health (Lesson 1)

–          Your mental and emotional health

–          How to assess and develop a positive mental health

–          Emotional health and its sequence through the teen years, how to manage healthily

–          Discuss Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

–          Discuss personality, personality traits and types

–          Learning styles in the classroom (p. 176) discussion

 

Mental/emotional needs, self-actualization, hierarchy of needs, personality, modeling, ‘sense’ (of purpose, or self, of belonging), autonomy
2 Chapter 7: Achieving Good Mental Health (Lesson 2)

–          Developing a positive identity

–          Assess the tools for a positive mental health

–          Explore the strategies for developing a positive identity and personality (health minute on p. 182)

–          Healthy identity class activity “what are your talents and abilities? What are your special qualities?”

–          Discuss developmental assets (Fig p. 179 and p.180)

 

Personal identity, developmental assets, constructive criticism
3 Chapter 7: Achieving Good Mental Health (Lesson 3)

–          Understanding emotions

–          Emotions ‘ice breaker’ activity (Write as many emotions on the board as possible, then sort them into positive and negative; which are common and few)

–          Health skills activity communication; expressing your feelings (p. 186)

 

Emotions, hormones, empathy, hostility, guilt,
4 Chapter 7: Achieving Good Mental Health (Lesson 4)

–          Managing emotions

–          Evaluate positive and negative effects on mental health

–          Demonstrate strategies to communicate feelings in a healthy way

–          Evaluating common defense mechanisms (p. 190)

–          Group Activity and discussion managing anger (p. 191)

–          Group Discussion 5 ways to boost self-confidence (p. 192)

–          Chapter 7 quiz (p. 194)

 

Defense mechanism, suppression,
5 Chapter 8: Managing Stress and Anxiety (Lesson 1)

–          Effects of stress

–          Examine the effects of stress and its consequences leaving it untreated

–          Learn how to use strategies to reduce and eliminate stress

–          How to assess what is tolerable and unacceptable level of emotional/mental/physical/social health and stress

–          Evaluate many stressors and how to manage them (and manifestations p. 201)

–          The alarm response and how to assess (p. 200)

–          Group discussion change as a stressor (p. 203)

 

Stress, perception, stressor, chronic stress, psychosomatic response,
6 Chapter 8: Managing Stress and Anxiety (Lesson 2)

–          Managing stress

–          Group ‘Ice breaker’ Stressors (groups come up with list of stressors in their life, then a positive action to manage/ reduce stress

–          Identity causes of stress and management strategies

–          Identify and assess healthy behaviors to manage stress

–          Use and learn refusal skills to manage stress

–           Sweat will melt your stress away discussion (p. 208)

–          Laughing to reduce stress techniques and class activity (Why do humans laugh? P. 208-209)

 

Stress-management skills, relaxation response,
7 Chapter 8: Managing Stress and Anxiety (Lesson 3)

–          Anxiety and teen depression

–          Group ‘ice breaker’ overcoming social anxiety breathing and vocal exercise (reference health minute on p. 211)

–          Learn to identify teenage moods, and management strategies

–          Assess mental health, and accurately assess the warning signs of major depression and the relevant resources in the mental health community

–          Group discussion daily sources of anxiety/stress, and list strategies to deal with the ‘day-to-day’ stressors (reviewing facts p.213)

 

Anxiety, depression, mood disorders,
8 Chapter 8: Managing Stress and Anxiety (Lesson 4)

–          Being a resilient teen

–          Define and develop resiliency

–          Evaluate the importance of community, support and other protective factors against stress and dangerous behaviors

–          Group Discussion ‘the power of assets’ (p. 217)

–          Group Focus on depression, how to proactively support healthy mental state and keep depression at bay (p. 218)

Resiliency, flexibility, protective factors
9 Chapter 8: Managing Stress and Anxiety (Lesson 2)

–          Chapter 8 review quiz (p. 220)

 

Chapter 9: Mental and Emotional Problems (Lesson 1)

–          Mental disorders

–          Group activity [Quick start p.224] “What is a mental disorder?”

–          Distinguish and evaluate many mental disorders

–          Understand the prevalence of mental disorders in community and the world

–          Identify mental disorders, how to evaluate and cope with those with mental disorders

–          Discuss symptoms of mania and depression (p.227)

 

Review terms from chapter 8, know the various mental disorders (anxiety, mood, conduct)  PTSD (post- traumatic stress disorder)
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 9: Mental and Emotional Problems (Lesson 1 cont.)

–          Mental disorders types, symptoms

–          Discuss various personality disorders (Case studies examples)

–          Discuss ways to improve attitudes towards those with mental disorders (p.229)

–          Review facts and discussion group activity (Q#2/#3 p. 229)

 

Review all mental disorders in lesson 1
13 Chapter 9: Mental and Emotional Problems (Lesson 2)

–          Suicide prevention

–          Group ‘Ice Breaker’ [Quick start p. 230]

–          Teen suicide signs (table p. 231)

–          Discuss the signs of a suicidal friend

–          Identify and analyze signs of major depression leading to suicidal thoughts

–          Develop and implement strategies for coping with major depression

–          Learn how to help others and be a source of emotional support

–          Group activity (review Qs #1,2,3 p. 233)

 

Suicide, cluster suicides, alienation
14 Chapter 9: Mental and Emotional Problems (Lesson 3)

–          Getting help

–          Ice breaker group activity [quick start p. 234]

–          Explore the methods of seeking mental help

–          Identify sources of mental health services in the community

–          Assess and distinguish the various mental health professional (p. 236)

–          Assess and distinguish the various therapy methods (p. 237)

 

Psychotherapy, different types of therapy (behavior, cognitive, group, biomedical)
15 Chapter 9: Mental and Emotional Problems (Lesson 4)

–          Understanding death and grief

–          Ice breaker group activity (p. 238)

–          Describe kinds of emotional loss, sources of grief

–          Discuss ways to manage with grief, loss and pain

–          Analyze the value of community emotional support and services

–          Identify the stages of grieving process

–          Chapter 9 review quiz (p. 244)

Grief, mourning, coping
16 Chapter 9: Mental and Emotional Problems (Lesson 4 con.t)

–          Grief (Hands on health “write an empathy card’ activity p. 240) (30min) (Students will write their own empathy/get better soon card to send to the CM hospital)

 

Chapter 10: Skills for a healthy relationship (Lesson 1)

–          Foundations of a healthy relationship

–          Demonstrate the positive and negative effects on relationships

–          Develop strategies for communication of personal needs in relationships

–          Demonstrating character building (table p. 252)

 

 

Friendship, relationship, citizenship, compromise, cooperation, role
17 Chapter 10: Skills for a healthy relationship (Lesson 2)

–          Communicating effectively

–          Ice Breaker [quick start] how we communicate group activity (p. 254)

–          Evaluate various communication styles

–          How to state your emotions clearly using “I” message assertively over aggressiveness (p. 256)

–          Tips for active listening (p. 257) and activity demonstrating empathy role play (p. 258)

 

Listening skills (active listening), constructive criticism, tolerance, prejudice,
18 Chapter 10: Skills for a healthy relationship (Lesson 3)

–          Resolving conflict

–          Assess the causes of conflict and strategize how to manage the conflict

–          Develop and implement conflict resolution strategies

–          Common causes of conflict (p. 263)

–          Strategies of conflict resolution (p. 264)

–          Chapter 10 review quiz (p. 270)

 

Conflict, interpersonal conflict, conflict resolution, negotiation, mediation, confidentiality, peer mediators
19 Review
20 Finals
Health

 

Term 2

 

21 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 11: Family relationships (Lesson 1)

–          The role of the family

–          Ice breaker activity [p.274] How family contributes to personal health

–          Evaluate the role of family in health, and the dynamics of personal family

–          Family and health triangle (p. 275)

–          Review how to strengthen family relationships

–          Review terms (Q#1,2,3 on p. 279)

 

Family, extended family, siblings
22 Chapter 11: Family relationships (Lesson 2)

–          Change and the Family

–          Evaluate positive and negative effects on personal health and family relationships

–          Examine change in family, including loss, separation or grief and how to cope

–          Review data of family units, prevalence of families and types of different families

–          Review facts and vocab (Q#1,2,3 p. 285)

 

Separation, divorce, custody
23 Chapter 11: Family relationships (Lesson 3)

–          Dealing with family crisis

–          Ice breaker Quick start group discussion (p. 285)

–          Analyze types of abuse, abuse in the home and how to properly prevent abuse

–          Discuss the importance of breaking the cycle of violence, and helping those to prevent abuse (p.289)

–          Group activity ‘benefits of counseling’ (p. 288)

 

Domestic violence, various types of abuse (physical, emotional, sexual, spousal, neglect)
24 Chapter 11: Family relationships (Lesson 4)

–          Community support systems

–          Ice breaker (visual organizer group activity; what are the sources of help for families? Answers on p. 292)

–          Identify family problems and source services for mental health, and how to access them

–          Evaluate proper conflict management strategies

–          Group discussion review term Q#3 (p. 295)

–          Chapter 11 review quiz (p. 298)

 

Crisis center, family counseling, foster care
25 Chapter 12: Peer relationships (Lesson 1)

–           Safe and healthy relationships

–          Evaluate the dynamics of social groups

–          Demonstrate communication skills in building and maintaining healthy relationships

–          Forming healthy relationships

–          Healthy Skills Activity in groups scenario (p.304)

 

Friends, platonic friendship, clique, stereotype, social conformity
26 Chapter 12: Peer relationships (Lesson 2)

–          Peer pressure and refusal skills

–          Demonstrate and Identify refusal skills in various unhealthy actions with peers

–          Classify communication skills as active, passive, assertive or aggressive

–          Evaluate positive peer pressure in groups against negative peer pressure

–          Methods of manipulation (p. 307)

–          Body language, refusal skills (role play activity and discussion) (p. 310/311)

 

Peer pressure, harassment,
27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Show Preparation
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 12: Peer relationships (Lesson 3)

–          Dating and Setting Limits

–          Ice breaker ‘ health related goals and health triangle’ [Quick start p 313]

–          Examine strategies in developing healthy dating relationships

–          Evaluate personal limits in a relationship, how to set up positive boundaries with others

–          Group discussion exploring issues group vs. individual dating (p. 314)

 

Love, lust, infatuation, affection
32 Chapter 12: Peer relationships (Lesson 4)

–          Abstinence and positive choices

–          Analyze the dynamics of abstinence, positive choices and relation to avoidance of risky behavior

–          Discuss the consequences of being sexually active and engaging in risky behavior

–          Saying no to sexual  activity and refusal skills (p. 323)

–          Chapter 12 review quiz (p. 326)

 

Abstinence, STD, STI, self-control
33 Chapter 28: First Aid and Emergencies (Lesson 1)

–          Providing first aid

–          Discuss the first aid principles, importance of learning and implement in situations of need

–          Analyze scenarios and strategies for first aid

–          Responding to emergency (p. 737)

–          Types of wounds, first aid and correct treatment (p. 738-740)

–          Types of burns and treatment (p. 741)

 

First aid, precautions, types of wounds (abrasion, laceration, puncture, avulsion)
34 Chapter 28: First Aid and Emergencies (Lesson 2)

–          CPR First aid Choking victims

–          Identify steps in CPR, choking victims and strategies of aid

–          CPR steps in adults and children (p. 743-744, p.746)

–          Choking and shock steps of help (p. 747-748)

–          Review facts (Q#1,2,3 on p. 748)

 

Defibrillator, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), shock
35 Chapter 28: First Aid and Emergencies (Lesson 3)

–          Responding to common emergencies

–          Ice breaker ‘Emergency situation’ and group discussion

–          Analyze and apply best strategy for common emergencies (to bone, muscle, joint)

–          Analyze strategies for animal bites, unconsciousness, nosebleeds and contamination in the eye

–          First Aid station Activity (Discuss the first aid stations at the school, location on a map, activity conduct via p. 753)

 

Fracture, unconsciousness, consciousness
36 Chapter 28: First Aid and Emergencies (Lesson 4)

–          Treatment for poisoning

–          Ice breaker group discussion [quick start p. 755]

–          Analyze potential sources of accidental injury, such as: poisonings, bee stings, animal bites, contact with poisonous plants

–          Activity: Contacting a poison control center (p. 757)

–          First aid for snakebite (p. 758)

 

Poison, toxicity, poison control center, venom
37 Chapter 28: First Aid and Emergencies (Lesson 4 con.t)

–          Chapter 28 review quiz (p. 762)

–          Thinking critically group scenario (p. 763)

–          Individual Assignment (Choose a type of emergency and find the quick and easy solutions, prepare a 1 minute summary for next week’s class)

 

Review all chapter 28 terms
38 Chapter 28: First Aid and Emergencies (Lesson 4 cont.)

–          Individual Assignment (Choose a type of emergency and find the quick and easy solutions, prepare a 1 minute summary for class)

–          Type of emergencies include: bites, cuts, environmental disaster, abuse, accidents, poisoning, etc

 

Review all chapter 12 and 28 terms
39 Review
40 Finals

 

Reading

Julee Mason

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Introduce Procedures and Ready Player One

In class:

·         Explain how “bell work” works.

·         Give the Student Interest Survey.

·         Describe the purpose of the reading journal.

·         Create flexible groups.

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Write character descriptions.

·         Write a summary for each section.

2 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

3 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

4 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

5 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

6 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

7 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

8 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

9 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

13 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

14 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

15 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

16 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

17 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

18 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

19 Review
20 Finals
Reading Term 2

 

21 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

22 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

23 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

24 Continue Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

25 Finish Ready Player One

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the reflection questions in groups.

Class/Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the summaries for each section.

26 Ready Player One Movie

In class:

·         Explain book project options (illustrated timeline, skit, class presentation, graphic novel, or an essay)

·         Watch movie

·         Answer the movie notes

27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Show Preparation
30 Christmas Holiday
31-33 Reading About Current Events

In Class:

·         Discuss the reading

·         Have a class debate. Assign the positions randomly.

Class/Homework:

·         Read the articles.

·         Answer the discussion questions.

 

34-36 Reading Persuasive Text

In class:

·         Discuss response to the writing

·         Create a counter-argument and supporting argument

Class/Homework:

·         Read the text.

·         Answer assigned reflection questions.

37- 38 Poetry Unit

In class:

·         Discuss the assignment

·         Write poems

Class/Homework:

·         Read the assigned poems.

·         Answer the discussion questions.

39 Review
40 Finals

 

 

Grade 11 | 2018/19 Semester 1 | Plan

 

Grade 11 | Semester 1 | Quarter 1
Week 1 A • Semester breakdown, rules, grading, curriculum, Questionnaire
B • Paper Tower Building (Team Building)
Week 2 A • Free Writing topic 1 – inanimate object – plant

• Main Topic 1: Writing: Communicating Effectively: tone, style, register (The audience, the purpose, the form)

a. The audience

B a. The audience
Week 3 A b. The purpose
B b. The purpose
Week 4 A • Free Writing topic 2

• Writing Workshop: Banning Words

B • Writing Workshop: Banning Words
Week 5 A c. The Form
B c. The Form
Week 6 A • Main Topic 2: Organising your writing (Planning, linking ideas, using inventive structural features)

a. Planning your writing

B c. The Form
Week 7 A Spare week for overflow of work
B Spare week for overflow of work
Week 8 A • Free Writing topic 3

b. Linking Ideas

B b. Linking Ideas
Week 9 A c. Using Inventive Structural Features
B c. Using Inventive Structural Features

 

Graded Assignments (6 pieces of work total)

Main Topic 1:

  • One of either a letter or a viewpoint
  • Speech (written only)

 

Main Topic 2:

  • Two of a short narration, a description, a viewpoint

 

Free Writings x 2 (students choose their best 2 out of 3 based on evaluating their work at the end)

 

Grade 11 | Semester 1 | Quarter 2
Week 1 A • Free Writing Topic 1

• Main Topic 1: Vocabulary and Crafting (Sophisticated vocab, imagery, rhetoric)

– Sophisticated Vocab

B – Sophisticated Vocab
Week 2 A – Sophisticated Vocab
B – Sophisticated Vocab
Week 3 A • Writing Workshop: Lists of 3

– Free Writing Topic 2

B • Writing Workshop: Lists of 3
Week 4 A – Figurative Language & Rhetoric
B – Figurative Language & Rhetoric
Week 5 A • Free Writing Topic 3

• Writing Workshop: Writing a speech

B • Writing Workshop: Writing a speech
Week 6 A – Figurative Language & Rhetoric
B – Figurative Language & Rhetoric
Week 7 A – Figurative Language & Rhetoric & Speeches
B – Figurative Language & Rhetoric & Speeches

 

Graded Assignments

 

  • 2 x Free Writing (students choose their best 2 out of 3)

 

  • Main Topic related assignments:
  • Descriptive writing
  • Speech (written and spoken)
  • A letter

 

 

Quarter 1

  1. Communicating Effectively: tone, style, and register (The audience, the purpose, the form)

 

Assignments:

  • letter
  • viewpoint
  • Speech

 

  1. Organising your writing (Planning your writing, linking ideas, using inventive structural features)

Small Assignments:

  • Writing to narrate
  • Writing to describe
  • Writing with a point of view

 

  1. 3 x Free Writings

 

  1. 2 x Writing Workshops – The Power of Speech & Banning Words

 

Quarter 2

  1. Vocabulary and Crafting (sophisticated vocab, imagery, rhetoric)

 

Assignments:

  • Describe a landscape (use 5 adjectives that you didn’t know as well)
  • Speech (using rhetoric)
  • A letter

 

  1. 4 x Free Writings

 

  1. 2 x Writing Workshops – Lists in a sentence, lists of 3

 

 

Quarter 3

  1. Screenplays

 

  1. 2 x Writing Workshops (no.15,

 

  1. 4 x Free Writings

 

 

Quarter 4

  1. Improving Sentences & Grammar

 

  1. Opinion Essay Review

 

  1. 2 x Writing Workshops

 

  1. 4 x Free Writings

 

 

 

  1. Writing with a viewpoint:
  • article
  • speech
  • letter
  • review

 

  1. Writing to describe
  • People
  • Places
  • Events

 

  1. Writing about language in literature

 

  1. Writing to narrate (short story creation)

 

  1. Opinion Essays

 

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