Grade 10 – Review and Exam Week

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Grade 10 English
Teacher Chris Bonner

Nouns and Articles
   Singular and Plural
   Countable and non-countable

   Cumulative and Coordinating
   Comparatives & Superlatives

Sentence Structure
   Simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences

Reading comprehension
   Fact vs. Opinion

   Academic and Literary words found in the above stories

Writing a descriptive paragraph (and demonstrate grammar and punctuation)
   Express facts and opinions

   Apostrophe, Capitalization, Colon, Comma, Hyphen, Parentheses,
   Dash, and Ellipsis

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Grade 10 Biology
Teacher Nate Mojon

Part 1:
Cell Theory
  • List the three points of cell theory
  • Answer simple questions about cell theory
Processes of life (MRS GREN)
  • List the processes of life.
  • Answer questions about the processes of life.
Levels of Organisation
  • List levels of organisation in order
  • Give a description of the different levels

Part 2:
Cell structure
  • Label a plant and animal cell
  • Label a bacterium
  • List functions of organelles
  • Draw a diagram of a cell
  • Compare Eukaryote and Prokaryotes
  • Compare Plant and Animal cells

Part 3:
  • List reactants and waste products of aerobic respiration
  • List reactants and waste products of anaerobic respiration
  • Compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration
  • Simple questions about rate of respiration

Part 4:
  • List steps of mitosis (with interphase and and cytokinesis)
  • Describe steps of mitosis (with interphase and cytokinesis)
  • Use vocabulary correctly
  • List the purpose of mitosis and cell division

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Grade 10 Algebra II
Teacher Robert Dumas

1. Rational Expressions:
  • Evaluate rational expressions
  • Add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational expressions
  • Convert rational expressions to exponential form and simplify
  • Solving rational equations
  • Stating restricted values on variables of rational expressions
  • Simplifying complex fractions
  • Finding LCM’s of rational expressions

2. Conics, Parabolas, and Circles:
  • Describe differences between equations of various conic sections
  • Identify a conic section by its equation or graph
  • Determine the focus, directrix of parabolas
  • Write equations of parabolas given specific information
  • Graph the equations of parabolas, and circles
  • Write the equation of a circle given specific information
  • Convert an equation of a parabola in standard form into vertex form using completing
   the square method

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