Semester Overview

Grade 10
Academic Year 2018/2019

 
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GRADE 10  English

 

Academic Year 2018/2019

Teacher:  Chris Bonner

Semester 1

Week Objectives Add

1

 

The Myth Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 4 -15

Discussing the myth. (Pg. 4 – 7)

Grammar: Compound words(Pg. 7)

Reading 1: The Myth: ‘Grandmother Spider Brings the Sun’(Pg. 8 – 13)

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

Grammar: Adjective order(Pg. 15)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of a character, such as ‘Possum’.(Pg. 16)

Vocab/Spelling Words:  onomatopoeia, culture, tradition, text, author, Cherokee, Navajo.

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

 

Insert comp. lesson

 

 

Adj. videos

Game

2 Light Keystone Unit 1Pg. 18–35

Discussing ‘Light’. (Pg. 18 – 20)

Reading: ‘Light’ (Pg. 22 – 27), Comprehension check (Pg. 28)

Grammar: adverb clauses of time(Pg. 30)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of object, such as ‘A Kaleidoscope’.(Pg. 31)

Quiz 1:  compound words, adj. order, adverb clauses, vocab words,

Vocab/Spelling Words:  concave, convex, opaque, translucent, transparent.

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

Skimming, scanning, & intensive reading

 

Quiz

 

Game

3 Synonyms & Antonyms Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 34–43

Review Quiz 1 (Week 2) and discussion.

Grammar: antonyms (Pg. 35)

Grammar: prepositions of place (Pg. 42)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of a place, such as ‘Sea and Sand’.(Pg. 45)Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  various synonyms and antonyms

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

 

 

 

 

Game

4 The Photographic Essay Keystone Unit1, Pg. 44– 45

Discussing ‘the photograph’. (Pg. 44 – 47)

Reading:  ‘The Eye of Conscience’ (Pg. 48 -55) Comprehension check (Pg. 56)

Grammar: identifying and non-identifying adjective clauses(Pg. 58)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of an event or experience.(Pg. 59)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  conditions, immigrants, industrial age, inhumanity, miserable

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

More photos

 

 

Movie

‘Oliver’ P.1

5 Listening & Speaking Workshop Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 62–63

Quiz 2: synonyms, antonyms, prep. of place, adj. clauses

Discussion: Listening & Speaking Workshop(Pg. 62 – 63)

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )                              .

Quiz

Effective Presentations

Student Pres.

Movie P.2

6 Writing Workshop  Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 64 – 67

Review Quiz 2 (Week 5) and discussion

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

The editing & proofreading process (Pg. 64 – 7) Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

writing/editing process

(bring in some edits)

Game

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

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

Grammar: Related words (Noun, verb, & Adj. forms of words)(Pg.75)

Sequence words (Pg. 82)

Writing: Write a story.(Pg. 83)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: plot, sequence, relationship, theme, climax

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Find more words

 

 

Game

8 Conditional Sentences Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 96

Quiz 3: related words, sequence words, presentations, and writing

Grammar: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th conditions, and how to use them.

Listening & Speaking:  Examples in modern language.

Debate.(Photo on Pg. 152)

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

Quiz

 

Music videos

How to debate  Form teams

Game

9 Simple Past & the Perfect tenses Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 108

Review Quiz 3 (Week 8) and discussion Grammar: Simple past; present, past, and future tenses explained.

Writing:  Writing a personal letter (or e-mail)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  sincerely, respectfully yours, kindly, cordially, etc.

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

 

Stationary

 

Game

10 Review& Workbook make-up
11 Midterms
12 Requirements & Obligations Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 122

Review Midterm Exams.

Discussion:  What requirements and obligations do you have in your life (now)? Future?

Grammar: have to + verb(Pg. 122)

Reading: Art in the Smithsonian (Pg. 132 – 133), (Preface vi, vii) Glossary, Introduction to Art.

Project:  Create art and write a description of your work.

Writing: Write a description of your work.

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: Realist, Impressionism, Dada, Surrealism, Abstract, etc.

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  )

 

 

More examples

 

 

 

 

Movie

Part 1

13 Learning a lesson Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 68 – 83

Reading: A fable: ‘The Fox and the Crow” (Pg. 136 – 137)

Discussion:  Have you ever learned a lesson?  What, and from what?

Listening & Speaking:  Present a fable.

Grammar: Modal verb: must(Pg.148)

Writing: Write a review of a story, such as ‘Review of the Golden Serpent’(Pg. 149)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: moral, motivation, consequence

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

More examples

 

 

 

Movie

Part 1

14 The Solar System Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 150–161

Reading: Preparation  (Pg. 150 – 151)

Reading: ‘A Single Shard’(Pg. 166 – 169)Comprehension check (Pg. 170,1)

Grammar: Indefinite pronouns(Pg. 160)

Writing: Write a persuasive paragraph.(Pg. 173*)Note:  Jump ahead

Quiz 4: have to, must, plus material missed on the midterm exam

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: astronomy, celestial, eccentric, revolution, terrestrial Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

 

Quiz

 

Game

15 Right vs. Wrong Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 162 – 169

Review Quiz 3 (Week 14) and discussion

Reading: Preparation  (Pg. 162 – 165)Grammar: would vs. could(Pg.75), Sequence words (Pg. 82)

Reading: Write the persuasive paragraph. (Pg. 173)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: analyze, ethical, justify, principle

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

More examples

 

 

Game

16 Writing Workshop Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 184–193

Reading: Art in the Smithsonian(Pg. 194,5)

Writing: Write an advertisement, such as ‘Surround Yourself with Sound’(Pg. 185)

Editing and Proofreading (Pg. 191 – 193)

Project:  Create (in teams) a presentation from the last three stories read.

 

Research

 

Project

17 Team Projects

Project Presentations (from Week 16)

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

 

Quiz,

Movie Part 1

18 Life Story Keystone Unit 4, Pg. 198 – 211

Review Quiz 5 (Week 17) and discussion

Reading: Preparation  (Pg. 198 – 201)

Reading: ‘The Story of My Life, Helen Keller’(Pg. 202 – 207) Comprehension check (Pg. 208,9)

Grammar: Possessive adjectives (Pg. 210)

Writing: Write a critique of a movie, such as ‘The Miracle Worker’.(Pg. 211)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: miracle, tangible, sensation, defects, critique

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

Add lesson, find more words

 

Movie

Part 2

19 Review& Workbook make-up
20 Finals

 

Biology

George Perry

Workbook: Glencoe Biology Science Notebook

Supplementary Book: Glencoe Reading Essentials for Biology

*N.B. This Class is taught 4 times per week (Monday-Thursday)

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1

 

7/5-

8/5-12/5

(2+3 days)

“Welcome Back to School” Activities + Brainstorming Activities + Video Activities Biology

Science

 

2

 

14/5-18/5

(4 days)

[Chapter 1] The Study of Life

●     1.1 – Introduction to Biology

●     1.2 – The Nature of Science

●     1.3 – Methods of Science

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 1:

·         1.1, 1.2

HWK[1]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 1:

·         1.3 (due next Monday)

organism

organization

growth

development

theory

peer review

ethics

observation

inference

scientific method

hypothesis

3

 

21/5-25/5

(4 days)

[Chapter 2] Principles of Ecology

●     2.1 – Organisms and Their Relationships

●     2.2 – Flow of Energy in an Ecosystem

●     2.3 – Cycling of Matter

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 1:

·         2.1, 2.2

HWK[2]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 1:

·         2.3 (due next Monday)

ecology

biosphere

biotic factor

abiotic factor

population

ecosystem

biome

habitat

autotroph

heterotroph

herbivore

carnivore

omnivore

detritivore

matter

nutrient

4

 

28/5-1/6

(3 days)

 

{VisakBucha Holiday}

[Chapter 3] Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems

●     3.1 – Community Ecology

●     3.2 – Terrestrial Biomes

●     3.3 – Aquatic Ecosystems

>>>(NO Reading Essentials this week)

community

limiting factor

tolerance

ecological succession

weather

latitude

climate

sediment

littoral zone

limnetic zone

profundal zone

intertidal zone

photic zone

aphotic zone

benthic zone

abyssal zone

5

 

4/6-8/6

(3 days)

 

{Teacher’s Appreciation ceremony}

[Chapter 4] Population Ecology

●     4.1 – Population Dynamics

●     4.2 – Human Population

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 4:

·         4.1, 4.2

HWK[3]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 4:

·         4.3 (due next Monday)

population density

dispersion

density-independent factor

density-dependent factor

demography

demographic transition

zero population growth (ZPG)

age structure

6

 

11/6-15/6

(4 days)

[Chapter 5] Biodiversity and Conservation

●     5.1 – Biodiversity

●     5.2 – Threats to Biodiversity

●     5.3 – Conserving Biodiversity

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 5:

  • 5.1, 5.2

HWK[4]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 5:

·         5.3 (due next Monday)

extinction

biodiversity

background extinction

mass extinction

natural resource

overexploitation

renewable resource

nonrenewable resource

sustainable use

endemic

7

 

18/6-22/6

(4 days)

{*English Week}

[Chapter 6] Chemistry in Biology

●     6.1 – Atoms, Elements, and Compounds

●     6.2 – Chemical Reactions

●     6.3 – Water and Solutions

●     6.4 – The Building Blocks of Life

HWK[5]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 6:

·         6.4 (due next Monday)

atom

nucleus

proton

neutron

electron

element

isotope

chemical reaction

reactant

catalyst

base

pH

macromolecule

polymer

carbohydrate

lipid

protein

amino acid

8

 

25/6-29/6

(4 days)

{*Thai Reading Week}

[Chapter 7] Cellular Structure and Function

●     7.1 – Cell Discovery and Theory

●     7.2 – The Plasma Membrane

●     7.3 – Structures and Organelles

●     7.4 – Cellular Transport

HWK[6]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 7:

·         7.4 (due next Monday)

cell

cell theory

plasma membrane

prokaryotic cell

eukaryotic cell

organelle

nucleus

selective permeability

phospholipid bilayer

transport protein

fluid mosaic model

cytoplasm

cytoskeleton

ribosome

nucleolus

lysosome

centriole

mitochondrion

chloroplast

diffusion

dynamic equilibrium

facilitated diffusion

osmosis

9

 

2/7-6/7

(4 days)

[Chapter 8] Cellular Energy

●     8.1 – How Organisms Obtain Energy

●     8.2 – Photosynthesis

●     8.3 – Cellular Respiration

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 8:

  • 8.1, 8.2

HWK[7]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 8:

·         8.3 (due next Monday)

energy

thermodynamics

metabolism

Photosynthesis

cellular respiration

thylakoid

granum

stroma

pigment

NADP+

anaerobic process

aerobic respiration

aerobic process

10

 

9/7-13/7

(4 days)

Review Week (for Midterm)  

 

 

 

 

11

 

16/7-20/7

(4 days)

Midterms + Exam Revisit

●        3 Days Midterm Exams (16-18 July)

●        1 Day Exam Revisit and answer provision, other class activities

12

 

23/7-27/7

(4 days)

 

{AsahlaBucha Holiday}

[Chapter 9] Cellular Reproduction

●     9.1 – Cellular Growth

●     9.2 – Mitosis and Cytokinesis

●     9.3 – Cell Cycle Regulation

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 9:

  • 9.1, 9.2

HWK[8]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 9:

·         9.3 (due next Monday)

cell cycle

interphase

mitosis

cytokinesis

chromosome

chromatin

prophase

sister chromatid

centromere

spindle apparatus

metaphase

anaphase

telophase

cyclin

cyclin-dependent kinase

cancer

carcinogen

apoptosis

stem cell

13

 

30/7-3/8

(3 days)

 

{King’s Birthday Substitute Holiday}

[Chapter 10] Sexual Reproduction and Genetics

●     10.1 – Meiosis

●     10.2 – Mendelian Genetics

●     10.3 – Gene Linkage and Polyploidy

gene

homologous chromosome

gamete

haploid

fertilization

diploid

genetics

allele

dominant

recessive

homozygous

heterozygous

genotype

phenotype

genetic recombination

polyploidy

14

 

6/8-10/8

(4 days)

 

{Mother’s Day Activities}

[Chapter 11] Complex Inheritance and Human Heredity

●     11.1 – Basic Patterns of Human Inheritance

●     11.2 – Complex Patterns of Inheritance

●     11.3 – Chromosomes and Human Heredity

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 11:

  • 11.1, 11.2

HWK[9]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 11:

·         9.3 (due next Monday)

carrier

pedigree

incomplete dominance

codominance

multiple alleles

epistasis

sex chromosome

autosome

sex-linked trait

polygenic trait

karyotype

telomere

nondisjunction

15

 

13/8-18/8

(3 days)

{Mother’s Day Substitute Holiday}

Science Week

Group Projects – e.g. Poster of famous scientists, and their stories, present at the end of the week (Prizes at the End of the week)

 

 

 

n/a
16

 

20/8-24/8

(4 days)

[Chapter 12] Molecular Genetics

●     12.1 – DNA: The Genetic Material

●     12.2 – Replication of DNA

●     12.3 – DNA, RNA, and Protein

●     12.4 – Gene Regulation and Mutation

>>>(NO Reading Essentials this week)

double helix

nucleosome

semiconservative replication

DNA polymerase

Okazaki fragment

RNA

messenger RNA

ribosomal RNA

transfer RNA

transcription

RNA polymerase

codon

intron

exon

gene regulation

operon

mutation

mutagen

17

 

27/8-31/8

(4 days)

[Chapter 13] Genetics and Biotechnology

●     13.1 – Applied Genetics

●     13.2 – DNA Technology

●     13.3 – The Human Genome

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 13:

  • 13.1, 13.2

HWK[10]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 13:

·         13.3 (due next Monday)

selective breeding

inbreeding

test cross

genetic engineering

genome

restriction enzyme

gel electrophoresis

recombinant DNA

plasmid

DNA ligase

DNA fingerprinting

bioinformatics

DNA microarray

single nucleotide polymorphism

haplotype

pharmacogenomics

18

 

3/9-7/9

(4 days)

 [Chapter 14] The History of Life

●     14.1 – Fossil Evidence of Change

●     14.2 – The Origin of Life

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 14:

  • 14.1, 14.2

HWK[11]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 14:

·         14.3 (due next Monday)

>>Video Activity

fossil

paleontologist

relative dating

law of superposition

radiometric dating

half-life

geologic time scale

era

period

Cambrian explosion

K-T boundary

plate tectonics

spontaneous generation

theory of biogenesis

endosymbiont theory

19

 

10/9-14/9

(4 days)

Review Week (for Finals)  

 

 

 

 

20

 

17/9-21/9

(4 days)

Final Exams + Review Extension

●        2 days review

●        2 days Final Exams

 

 

24/9-14/10

(3 weeks)

Mid-Year Break

No Classes for 3 Weeks

Biology

George Perry

Workbook: Glencoe Biology Science Notebook

Supplementary Book: Glencoe Reading Essentials for Biology

*N.B. This Class is taught 4 times per week (Monday-Thursday)

Term 2

 

21

 

16/10-19/10

(3 days)

 

{King Rama IX Memorial Substitute Holiday}

 [Chapter 15] Evolution

●     15.1 – Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection

●     15.2 – Evidence of Evolution

●     15.3 – Shaping Evolutionary Theory

>>>(NO Reading Essentials this week)

HWK[12]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 17:

·         15.3 (due next Monday)

artificial selection

natural selection

evolution

derived trait

ancestral trait

homologous structure

vestigial structure

analogous structure

Hardy-Weinberg principle

genetic drift

founder effect

allopatric speciation

postzygotic isolation mechanism

sympatric speciation

adaptive radiation

gradualism

punctuated equilibrium

22

 

22/10-27/10

(3 days)

 

{Chulalongkorn Holiday}

[Chapter 16] Primate Evolution

●     16.1 – Primates

●     16.2 – Hominoids to Hominins

●     16.3 – Human Ancestry

>>>(NO Reading Essentials this week)

HWK[13]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 16:

·         16.3 (due next Monday)

opposable first digit

binocular vision

diurnal

nocturnal

arboreal

anthropoid

prehensile tail

hominin

hominoid

bipedal

Homo

Neanderthal

Cro-Magnon

23

 

29/10-2/11

(2 days)

 

{*SCOUT CAMP, G7-9 3 DAYS}

[Chapter 17] Organizing Life’s Diversity

●     17.1 – The History of Classification

●     17.2 – Modern Classification

●     17.3 – Domains and Kingdoms

>>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 17:

  • 17.1, 17.2

HWK[14]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 17:

  • 17.3 (due next Monday)
classification

taxonomy

binomial nomenclature

taxon

genus

family

order

class

phylum

division

kingdom

domain

phylogeny

character

eubacteria

Archaea

protist

fungus

24

 

5/11-9/11

(4 days)

[Chapter 18] Bacteria and Viruses

●     18.1 – Bacteria

●     18.2 – Viruses and Prions

[Chapter 19] Protists

●     19.1 – Introduction to Protists

●     19.2 – Protozoans – Animal-like Protists

HWK[15]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 19:

·         19.2 (due next Monday)

bacteria

nucleoid

capsule

pilus

binary fission

conjugation

endospore

virus

capsid

lytic cycle

lysogenic cycle

retrovirus

prion

protozoan

microsporidium

pellicle

trichocyst

contractile vacuole

pseudopod

test

25

 

12/11-16/11

(1 day)

 

{*FIELD TRIP G7-12, 4 days}

[Chapter 19 — continued] Protists

●     19.3 – Algae – Plantlike Protists

bioluminescent

colony

alternation of generations

 

26

 

19/11-23/11

(4 days)

 

{*Loy Krathong Activity Day}

[Chapter 19 — continued] Protists

·         19.4 – Funguslike Protists

[Chapter 20]Fungi

·         20.1 – Introduction to Fungi

·         20.2 – Diversity of Fungi

·         20.3 – Ecology of Fungi

HWK[16]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 20:

·         20.3 (due next Monday)

 

plasmodium

acrasin

chitin

hypha

mycelium

fruiting body

septum

haustorium

spore

sporangium

stolon

rhizoid

gametangium

conidiophore

ascocarp

ascus

ascospore

basidiocarp

basidium

basidiospore

lichen

bioindicator

mycorrhiza

27

 

26/11-30/11

(4 days)

 

Review Week (for Midterms)

●        4 Days Review

 

28

 

4/12-8/12

(4 days)

 

{Father’s Day Holiday}

 

Midterms + Review Extension

●        1 day review

●        3 days Exams

●        1 day public holiday

 

 

 

29

 

11/12-15/12

(2 days)

 

{Constituion Day Holiday}

+

{*Xmas Activities}

●        1 Day Public Holiday

●        1 Day Exam Revisit and answer provision

●        2 Days Class

●        1 Day Xmas Activities

 

[Chapter 21] Introduction to Plants

●     21.1 – Plant Evolution and Adaptations

●     21.2 – Nonvascular Plants

HWK[17]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 17:

·         21.1, 21.2 (due first Wednesday after Xmas)

 

 

 

 

 

stomata

vascular tissue

vascular plant

nonvascular plant

seed

thallose

 

 

17/12-02/01

(2.5 Weeks)

Christmas Holiday

No Classes for 2.5 Weeks

 

30

 

3/1-5/1

(2 days)

[Chapter 21 continued] Introduction to Plants

●     21.3 – Seedless Vascular Plants

●     21.4 – Vascular Plants

HWK[18]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 21:

·         21.4 (due next Monday)

 

 

strobilus

epiphyte

rhizome

sporangium

sorus

cotyledon

cone

annual

biennial

perennial

31

 

7/1-11/1

(4 days)

 

{*Childrens’ Day Activities}

[Chapter 22] Plant Structure and Function

●     22.1 – Plant Cells and Tissues

●     22.2 – Roots, Stems, and Leaves

●     22.3 – Plant Hormones and Responses

[Chapter 23] Reproduction in Plants

●     23.1 – Introduction to Plant Reproduction

HWK[19]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 23:

·         23.1 (due next Monday)

 

parenchyma cell

collenchyma cell

sclerenchyma cell

meristem

vascular cambium

cork cambium

epidermis

guard cell

xylem

vessel element

tracheid

phloem

sieve-tube member

companion cell

ground tissue

root cap

cortex

endodermis

pericycle

petiole

palisade mesophyll

spongy mesophyll

transpiration

auxin

gibberellins

ethylene

cytokinin

nastic response

tropism

vegetative reproduction

chemotaxis

protonema

prothallus

heterosporus

megaspore

32

 

14/1-18/1

(3 days)

 

{*Teachers’ Day}

[Chapter 23 continued] Reproduction in Plants

●     23.2 – Flowers

●     23.3 – Flowering Plants

[Chapter 24] Introduction To Animals

●     24.1 – Animal Characteristics

HWK[20]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 24:

·         24.1 (due next Monday)

sepal

petal

stamen

pistil

photoperiodism

polar nuclei

endosperm

seed coat

germination

radicle

hypocotyl

dormancy

33

 

21/1-25/1

(4 days)

[Chapter 24 continued] Introduction To Animals

●     24.2 – Animal Body Plans

●     24.3 – Sponges and Cnidarians

[Chapter 25] Worms and Mollusks

●     25.1 – Flatworms

●     25.2 – Roundworms and Rotifers

HWK[21]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 25:

·         25.2 (due next Monday)

pharynx

flame cell

ganglion

regeneration

scolex

proglottid

hydrostatic skeleton

trichinosis

34

 

28/1-1/2

(4 days)

[Chapter 25 continued] Worms and Mollusks

●     25.3 – Mollusks

●     25.4 – Segmented Worms

[Chapter 26] Arthropods

●     26.1 – Arthropods Characteristics

●     26.2 – Arthropod Diversity

HWK[22]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 26:

·         26.2 (due next Monday)

 

mantle

radula

gill

open circulatory system

closed circulatory system

nephridium

siphon

crop

gizzard

seta

clitellum

thorax

abdomen

cephalothorax

appendage

molting

mandible

tracheal tube

cheliped

swimmeret

chelicera

pedipalp

spinneret

35

 

4/2-8/2

(3 days)

 

{*Sports Day, 2 days}

[Chapter 26 continued] Arthropods

·         26.3 – Insects and Their Relatives

[Chapter 27] Echinoderms and Invertebrate Chordates

·         27.1 – Echinoderm Characteristics

·         27.2 – Invertebrate Chordates

HWK[23]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 27:

·         27.2 (due next Monday)

 

metamorphosis

pupa

nymph

caste

pedicellaria

water-vascular system

madreporite

tube foot

ampulla

chordate

invertebrate chordate

notochord

postanal tail

dorsal tubular nerve cord

pharyngeal pouch

36

 

11/2-15/2

(4 days)

[Chapter 28] Fishes and Amphibians

·         28.1 – Fishes

·         28.2 – Diversity of Today’s Fishes

·         28.3 – Amphibians

[Chapter 29] Reptiles and Birds

·         29.1 – Reptiles

HWK[24]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 29:

·         29.1 (due next Monday)

cartilage

neural crest

fin

scale

operculum

atrium

ventricle

nephron

lateral line system

spawning

swim bladder

tetrapod

cloaca

nictitating membrane

tympanic membrane

ectotherm

amnion

amniotic egg

Jacobson’s organ

carapace

plastron

37

 

18/2-22/2

(3 days)

 

{MakaBucha Holiday}

[Chapter 30 continued] Reptiles and Birds

·         29.2 – Birds

[Chapter 30] Mammals

·         30.1 – Mammalian Characteristics

·         30.2 – Diversity of Mammals

HWK[30]>>Reading Essentials, Chapter 30:

·         30.2 (due next Monday)

endotherm

feather

contour feather

preen gland

down feather

sternum

air sac

incubate

mammary gland

diaphragm

cerebral cortex

cerebellum

gland

uterus

placenta

gestation

monotreme

marsupial

placental mammal

therapsid

38

 

25/2-1/3

(4 days)

Review (for finals)

●        4 Days Review

39

 

4/3-8/3

(4 days)

Finals

●        2 days Review

●        3 days Exams

 

 

Algebra II

Robert Dumas

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Chapter 1: Tools of Algebra

·         Properties of Real Numbers

·         Algebraic Expressions

·         Solving Equations

·         Solving Inequalities

Absolute Value, Variable, Reciprocal, Algebraic Expression/Equation, Additive Inverse
2 Chapter 2: Functions, Equations, Graphs

·         Relations and Functions

·         Linear Equations

·         Using Linear Models

·         Families of Functions

Domain, Range, VLT, Function Notation, Relation, x/y-intercepts, Scatter Plot, parent function,
3 Chapter 3: Linear Systems

·         Graphing Systems of Equations

·         Solving Systems Algebraically

·          Linear Programming

Coordinate Plane, Equivalent Systems, System of Equations, Dependent System
4 Chapter 3: Linear Systems

·         Graphs in Three Dimensions

·         Systems with Three Variables

Feasible Region, Constraints, Maximum, Minimum Values
5 Chapter 4: Matrices

·         Organizing Data into Matrices

·         Adding/Subtracting Matrices

·         2 X 2 Matrices

·         3 X 3 Matrices/Cramer’s Rule

Matrix, Matrix Element, Zero Matrix, Equal Matrix, Square Matrix, Determinant, Coefficient Matrix
6 Chapter 5: Quadratic Equations and Functions

·         Modeling Data with Quadratic Equations

·         Properties of Parabolas

 

Standard Form, Vertex, Foci, Axis of Symmetry, Directrix
7 Chapter 5: Quadratic Equations and Functions

·         Transforming Parabolas

·         Factoring Quadratic Expressions

Vertex Form, Factoring, Perfect Square Trinomial, GCF
8 Chapter 5: Quadratic Equations and Functions

·         Quadratic Equations

·         Complex Numbers

Zero-Product Property, Zero of a function, Imaginary Numbers, i
9 Chapter 5: Quadratic Equations and Functions

·         Completing the Square

·         Quadratic Formula

Discriminant, Perfect Square Trinomial
10 Review
11 Midterm Exam
12 Chapter 6: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

·         Polynomial Functions

·         Dividing Polynomials

Degree, Leading Coefficient, Standard Form, Polynomial
13 Chapter 6: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

·         Solving Polynomial Equations

·         Theorems about Roots of Polynomial Equations

Sum of Cubes, Differences of Cubes
14 Chapter 7: Radical Functions and Rational Exponents

·         Roots and Radical Expressions

·         Multiplying/Dividing Radical Expressions

Nth root, Radicand, Index, Principal Root, Rationalizing the Denominator
15 Chapter 7: Radical Functions and Rational Exponents

·         Binomial Radical Expressions

·         Rational Exponents

Like Radicals, Rational Exponent
16 Chapter 7: Radical Functions and Rational Exponents

·         Solving Square Root and other Radical Equations

·         Function Operations

Radical Equation, Square Root Equation,

Composite Functions

19 Review
20 Final Exam
Algebra II

 

Term 2

 

24 Chapter 9: Rational Functions

·         Rational Expressions

·         Adding/Subtracting Rational Expressions

Simplest Form, Rational Function,

Conjugate pairs

25 Chapter 9: Rational Functions

·         Solving Rational Equations

Simplest Form, Rational Function,

Conjugate pairs

26 Chapter 10: Quadratic Relations/Conic Sections

·         Exploring Conic Sections

·         Parabolas

Parabola, Circles, Hyperbolas, Ellipses,

Directrix, Latus Rectum

27 Chapter 10: Quadratic Relations/Conic Sections

·         Circles

·         Translating Conic Sections

Center, Radius, Standard Form, h/k values for translated circle
28 Review
29 Midterm Exam
30 Christmas Holiday
32 Chapter 13: Periodic Functions and Trigonometry

·         Exploring Periodic Data

·         Angles and the Unit Circle

Periodic Function, Cycle, Amplitude, Period
33 Chapter 13: Periodic Functions and Trigonometry

·         Radian Measure

·         Sine Function

Central Angle, Sine, Intercepted Arc, Radian, Arc Length
34 Chapter 13: Periodic Functions and Trigonometry

·         Cosine Function

·         Translating Sine/Cosine Function

Cosine, Central Angle,  Phase Shift, Radian, Arc Length
35 Chapter 14: Trigonometric Identities and Equations

·         Right Triangles and Trigonometric Ratios

·         Area and the Law of Sines

Sine, Cosine, Tangent, ArcSin, ArcCos, ArcTan, Secant, Cosecant,
36 Chapter 14: Trigonometric Identities and Equations

·         Law of Cosines

Tangent, ArcSin, ArcCos, ArcTan, Secant
39 Review
40 Finals

 

Health

Kaitland Grassing

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Orientation and Course Overview

–          What is health? Group Activity

 

Chapter 1: Living a healthy life (lesson 1)

–          Your wellness and health

–          Discuss the importance of health literacy for maintaining good health

–          Health continuum and lifestyle factors to maintain health

 

Health, wellness, prevention, health education, health literacy
2 Chapter 1: Living a healthy life (Lesson 2)

–          Promoting a healthy lifestyle

–          Internal and external factors relating to health

–          Media and healthy living

–          Evaluate health triangle (group exercise)

 

Heredity, nature/nurture, environment, media, peers, culture
3 Chapter 1: Living a healthy life (lesson 3)

–          Your behavior and reducing risk

–          How to promote healthy behavior and assess risk in behaviors

–          Character building and creating a positive sexual identity (abstinence and risky sexual behavior)

–          Chapter 1 review quiz (p.24)

 

Review terms from chapter 1
4 Chapter 2: Building health skills and character (lesson 1)

–          Building health skills

–          How to build personal value, refusal skills, self-management strategies, evaluate healthy lifestyles

–          Refusal skills scenario group exercise

 

Health skills, interpersonal skills, refusal skills, conflict resolution, stress management, advocacy
5 Chapter 2: Building health skills and character (lesson 2)

–          Making responsible decision and setting goals

–          Developing communication skills in teens for goal setting, advice and mentorship

–          Setting a personal goal activity (p.35)

 

Decision-making, goals, values, mentor, mentorship, short-term goals, long-term goals
6 Chapter 2: Building health skills and character (lesson 3)

–          Building character, the importance and skill building

–          Demonstrate good character skills, and evaluate the consequences of poor character

–          Traits of a good character (p. 38)

–          Chapter 2 review quiz (p. 44)

 

Role model, model citizen, character, integrity, honesty,
7 Chapter 3: Building a Health-literate consumer (lesson1)

–          Making consumer choices

–          Factors influencing purchasing behavior

–          How to devise messages in media and products, how to choose wisely

–          Presentation of hidden messages in advertising (table p. 49-50)

 

Consumer, advertising and media, warranty, comparison shopping, bargain shopping, online shopping
8 Chapter 3: Building a Health-literate consumer (lesson2)

–          Choosing community health services

–           Identify situations requiring health services and how to choose accordingly

–          Compare costs and benefits of each medical service, including patient-doctor efficacy in medical treatment

–          Identify names of various health specialists (p. 55)

 

Health care system, primary care physician, preventative care, health insurance, medical history
9 Chapter 3: Building a Health-literate consumer (lesson 3)

–          Managing health problems

–          Identify potential problems with health products, and how to choose wisely

–          Address and evaluate health problems as a consequence of malpractice or fraud

o   Dangers of diet pills and supplements (p.68) Reading activity and group discussion

 

Health fraud, malpractice, consumer advocates
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 3: Building a Health-literate consumer (lesson 4)

–          Understanding public health services

–          Correctly analyze public health services in the community, impact of building positive relationships

–          Look into the world health and its impact on community and environment

–          Chapter 3 review quiz (p. 70)

 

Epidemiology, public health,
13 Chapter 4: Physical Activity for Life (lesson 1)

–          Physical activity and your health

–          Examine and analyze the relationship between regular exercise and the mechanisms of health

–          Develop tools for daily exercise practice

–          Practice groups of benefits of physical activity (p. 76 )

 

Physical fitness, sedentary lifestyle, metabolism
14 Chapter 4: Physical Activity for Life (lesson 2)

–          Fitness and you

–          Evaluate the 5 areas of health-related fitness

–          Evaluate relationship between body composition, exercise and diet

–          Types of resistance exercise (p. 85)

–          2 minute sit-up group activity self-assessment (standard averages on table p. 82)

 

Cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, body composition, aerobic exercise, anaerobic exercise
15 Chapter 4: Physical Activity for Life (lesson 3)

–          Planning a personal activity program

–          Set a fitness goal, promote healthy lifestyle thought development of decision-making and critical thinking skills

–          Evaluation group exercise of activity pyramid (p. 88)

 

Progression, warm-up, workout, cool-down, resting heart rate, overload, specificity, “f.i.t.t formula”
16 Chapter 4: Physical Activity for Life (lesson 4)

–          Training and safety during physical activity

–          Assess health screening and physical activity levels with safety procedures

–          The importance of water intake (hydration in exercise) and diet in physical fitness

–          Naming and evaluation of safety equipment in miscellaneous sports (ie. Helmet, gloves, goggles, pads, guard) (p.96)

 

Training program, hydration, dehydration, anabolic steroids, health screening
17 Chapter 4: Physical Activity for Life (lesson 5)

–          Physical activity injuries

–          Strategies to prevent and manage injuries when in physical fitness

–          Identify appropriate professional aid in injury

–          Time health “walking” reading and discussion (p. 104).

–          Chapter 4 review quiz (p. 106-107)

Strain, sprain, heat exhaustion, heat cramps, heat stroke, frostbite, hypothermia, overexertion, “r.i.c.e. procedure”, fractures, tendonitis, dislocations, concussions
18 Chapter 5: Nutrition and your health (lesson 1)

–          Nutrition during the teen years

–          Evaluate relationship between nutrition and disease

–          Influences on food choice (Journal over break)

–          Discuss the short and long term effects on eating patterns and human health (physical, emotional, mental)

–          Reading and group discussion “should soda and snacks be taxed? “ and cross-country comparison (p. 110)

 

Nutrition, calories, nutrients, hunger, appetite
19 Review
20 Finals
Health

 

Term 2

 

21 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 5: Nutrition and your health (lesson 2)

–          Nutrients

–          Identify main nutrients in promoting optimal health

–          Assess foods for their nutrient profile

–          Analyze relationship between optimal health and diet

–          Health and relationship with foods containing fiber (p. 115)

–          water-soluble vitamin and food example in table (p. 119-120)

–          Valuable minerals and food example in table (p. 121)

 

Nutrients, carbohydrate, protein, lipid, macronutrient, micronutrient, vitamin, mineral
22 Chapter 5: Nutrition and your health (lesson 3)

–          Guidelines for healthy eating

–          Critical evaluation of food pyramid p. 124)

–          Evaluation of food examples in serving sizes (p. 125)

–          Sensible snacks examples (p. 128) and group activity

 

Food pyramid, food guidelines, national food guidelines for health
23 Chapter 5: Nutrition and your health (lesson 4)

–          Food and Healthy living

–          Assess food labels for critical evaluation (*assignment bring 1 food product and prepare a 1 minute nutritional summary)

–          Evaluate potential foodborne illness, concerns, and risks

–          Evaluate allergies, dietary sensitivities and specific nutrient requirements in populations

–          Chapter 5 quiz (p. 140)

 

Food allergies, food sensitivity, food intolerance, foodborne illness, pasteurization, cross-contamination, pathogens,
24 Chapter 5: Nutrition and your health (lesson 4)

–          Food and healthy living

–          Assess food labels assignment (real life examples of food products and evaluation of impact on health, each student has 1-2 minutes to present)

 

Review all terms from chapter 5
25 Chapter 6: Managing weight and body composition (lesson 1)

–          Maintaining a healthy weight

–          Evaluate the relationship between body composition, diet and fitness

–          Discuss and examine relationship dynamics between diet, lifestyle choices, exercise and health

–          Group debate: School junk food policy (under ‘exploring issues’ p. 149)

–          Exploring examples for nutrient-dense foods (Smoothie Recipe activity)

 

Body image, BMI (body mass index)

Nutrient-dense foods

26 Chapter 6: Managing weight and body composition (lesson 1)

–          Exploring examples for nutrient-dense foods (Smoothie Recipe activity)

 

Review all terms including nutrient dense foods
27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Show Preparation
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 6: Managing weight and body composition (lesson 2)

–          Fad diets and eating disorders

–          Understanding eating disorders and evaluating symptoms and tools to manage eating disorders

 

Fad diets, weight cycling, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder,
32 Chapter 6: Managing weight and body composition (lesson 3)

–          Nutrition for individual needs

–          Explain and evaluate the importance of nutrition in relation to human health (all though the stages of life)

–          Table of vegetarian diet options (p. 159)

–          Group activity vegan meal plan (p. 160)

–          Vegan diet and “time health” Activity for next class (p. 164)

–          Chapter 6 review quiz (p. 166)

 

Electrolytes, vegan, vegetarian, omnivore, dietary supplement, herbal supplement, rehydration
33 Chapter 6: Maintaining weight and body composition (lesson 3 cont.)

–          Vegan diet and “time health” Activity for next class (p. 164)

–          (Bring an example for vegan day of eating, present in groups of 3-4 in front of class 3-5 minute presentation~40min)

 

Review terms from last class (diet types, vitamins, nutrients)
34 Chapter 27: Injury Prevention and Safe Behaviors (lesson 1)

–          Safety at home and at work

–          Evaluate strategies of safety at work

–          Examine training and work efficacy, and how work safety can be preventatively measured

–          Preventing electrical shocks and safety at home (p. 709- 711) and group discussion

Injury (intentional and unintentional), accident chain, smoke alarm, fire extinguisher, occupational health and safety
35 Chapter 27: Injury Prevention and Safe Behaviors (lesson 2)

–          Recreation and water safety

–          How to evaluate accidental outdoor injuries

–          Water safety, drowning prevention and camping safety measures

 

Heat exhaustion, hypothermia, environmental conditions
36 Chapter 27: Injury Prevention and Safe Behaviors (lesson 3)

–          Safety on the road

–          Evaluate road safety, proper vehicle safety checks, how to drive safely and how to be a conscious passenger

–          Learn the associated risks with dangerous/impaired driving and injury

–          Drinking and driving prevention strategies and critical thinking skills

 

Driver’s license, vehicle safety, road rage
37 Chapter 27: Injury Prevention and Safe Behaviors (lesson 4)

–          Weather emergencies and natural disasters

–          Prepare for a natural disaster kit group activity (dialogue on p. 726)

–          Chapter 27 review quiz (p. 732)

 

Emergency survival kit, tornado, blizzard, earthquake, severe weather, hurricane
38 Chapter 27: Injury Prevention and Safe Behaviors (lesson 4)

–          Thailand emergency weather discussion and activity (GLOBAL WARMING and its prevalence of NATURAL DISASTERS)

–          Group discussion and debate of emergency services on global scale, impact on communities and causes. Future forecast of environmental conditions, behavioral adjustments to relay improved extreme environmental disasters.

 

Review all terms from chapter 27
39 Review
40 Finals

 

Reading

Julee Mason

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Introduce Wonder

In class:

·         Explain how “bell work” works.

·         Give the Student Interest Survey.

·         Get students’ email addresses and create a Google Classroom.

·         Describe the purpose of the reading journal.

·         Create flexible groups.

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Write character descriptions.

·         Write the main idea and supporting details for each section

2 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 1

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

3 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

4 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 2

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

5 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

6 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 3

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

7 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

8 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 4

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

9 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Continue Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

13 Finish Wonder

In class:

·         Listen to the audiobook

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each section

14 Wonder Movie

In class:

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

·         Watch movie

·         Answer the movie notes

Homework:

·         Choose project option

·         Begin working individually or with partners

15 Project Presentations

In class:

·         All groups and individuals finish the project

·         Class presentations

Homework:

·         Reflection questions

16 Reading About Current Events

In Class:

·         Discuss the reading

·         Have a class debate. Assign the positions randomly.

Homework:

·         Read the articles.

·         Answer the discussion questions.

 

17 Reading Persuasive Text

In class:

·         Discuss response to the writing

·         Create a counter-argument and supporting argument

Homework:

·         Read the text.

·         Answer assigned reflection questions.

18 Poetry Unit

In class:

·         Discuss the assignment

·         Write poems

Homework:

·         Read the assigned poems.

·         Answer the discussion questions.

19 Review
20 Finals
Reading Term 2

 

21 Introduce Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Write character and setting descriptions.

·         Write the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

22 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 1

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

23 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

24 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 2

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

25 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

26 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 3

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Show Preparation
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

32 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 4

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

33 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

34 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 5

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

35 Continue Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

Homework:

·         Continue character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter

36 Finish Hunger Games

In class:

·         Discuss the homework and reflection questions in groups.

·         Assign and explain the homework.

·         Quiz 6

Homework:

·         Write character and setting descriptions.

·         Continue the main idea and supporting details for each chapter (all the way to the end!)

37 Hunger Games Movie

In class:

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

·         Watch movie

·         Answer the movie notes

Homework:

·         Choose project option

·         Begin working individually or with partners

38 Project Presentations

In class:

·         All groups and individuals finish the project

·         Class presentations

Homework:

·         Reflection questions

39 Review
40 Finals

Grade 10 | 2018/19 Semester 1 | Plan

 

Grade 10 | 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 10 | 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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