Semester Overview

Grade 12
Academic Year 2018/2019

 
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GRADE 12  English  Academic Year 2018/2019

Teacher:  Chris Bonner

Semester 1
Week Objectives Add
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Senses Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 4 -19

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 4 – 7)

‘The Sounds of the City’ (Pg. 8 – 13),Comprehension check (Pg. 14, 15)

Grammar: Prepositions of location and direction(Pg. 16), antonyms (Pg. 21)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of a place, such as ‘Video Arcades’.(Pg. 17)

Vocab/Spelling Words:  imagery, onomatopoeia, personification, contrast, identity(Pg. 5,6)

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

 

Game

Antonyms

2 Hearing Keystone Unit 1Pg. 25 -29

Reading: Dangerous levels of sound(Pg. 25),Comprehension check (Pg. 26, #7, 8)

Grammar: Subject verb agreement(Pg. 28)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of an event or experience (Pg. 29)

Vocab/Spelling Words:  hazardous, intensity decibel, inevitable, exposure

Workbook: (Pg.) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

Game

3 Vermeer Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 30 -43

Quiz 1: prepositions of location/direction, antonyms, and the subject/verb agreement

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 30 – 33)

‘The Girl with a Pearl Earring(Pg. 34 – 41), Comprehension check (Pg. 42)

Grammar: Adjectives with and without commas(Pg. 44)

Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph of a person, such as ‘My Aunt Rose’(Pg. 45)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: figurative language, similes, metaphors

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Quiz

 

“Don’t disagree…”

 

 

Game

4 Technology and the Senses Keystone Unit1, Pg. 66 – 67

Review Quiz 1 (Week 3) and discussion. Reading: ‘Technology’s impact on the Senses’(Pg. 66 – 67)

Project:  Find a work of art and/or technology that impacts your senses.

Listening & Speaking:  Student presentations on ‘Impacts of Art & Technology’

 

 

 

MovieP.1

5 The Generation Gap Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 68 – 63

Reading: Preparation, discussion (Pg. 70 – 73), Today’s (and yesterday’s) generations.

‘A Son Searches for his Father’(Pg. 78 – 78), Comprehension check (Pg. 80)

How generations differ, advice, etc. (Pg. 84)

Grammar: Adjectives with and without commas(Pg. 44)

Writing: Write a story from a different point of view (perspective) (Pg. 83)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: contributes, control, dominant, generation, heredity, offspring

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Comparisons thru photos, music, art, etc.

The Odyssey

 

MovieP.2

6 Writing Workshop  Keystone Unit 1, Pg. 85 – 67

Preparation, discussion (Pg. 85, 86)

Writing: Write a personal narrative (Pg. 95)

Quiz 2: Adjective use, and writing skills

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: rhythm, symbol

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

Quiz

Game

7 Fun with Language Keystone Unit 2, Pg. 111 (151)

Review Quiz 2 (Week 6) and discussion

Grammar: Phrasal verbs(Pg. 111), favorite idioms and phrases

Euphemisms, indirect and veiled meanings (Pg. 151) Jump ahead.

Listening and Speaking:  Students make skit presentations of their favorite idioms.

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Lesson on

idioms

 

Game

8 Writing and Speaking Workshop Keystone Unit 2, Pg.124 – 127

Discussion:  Writing a work of fiction (Pg. 124 – 127) Organize the characters, setting, plot.

Writing: Write a script.

Practice and Presentation:  Present your scripts or read your stories.

Grammar: Suffixes –ist, -or, -er (Pg. 137)

Words that express opposition:  however, nevertheless, although, despite

 

 

Project

 

Movie P. 1

9 The Critique Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 163

Writing:  Write a persuasive paragraph about one of the above stories or skits(Pg. 163)Quiz 3: Phrasal verbs, idioms, phrases, suffixes, oppositonal words

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

Workbook 🙁 Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Project review

 

Quiz

Movie P. 2

10 Review& Workbook make-up

Review Quiz 3 (Week 9) and discussion

11 Midterms
12 Ants! Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 164 – 176

Review Midterm Exams. Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 164 – 167)

‘The Savage, Beautiful, World of Army Ants’(Pg. 168 – 171), Comp. check (Pg. 172)

Grammar: Modal verbs: may, might, be able to(Pg. 174)

Writing: Write a formal letter (e-mail) (Pg. 175)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: attribute, cooperate, emerge, role, alien

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Game

13 Listening & Speaking Workshop Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 177 – 195

Reading: The anecdote and the paradox(Pg. 177)

Grammar: Adverb clauses of time (Pg. 150)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  anecdote, paradox, Socrates

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

Game

14 Communities Keystone Unit 3, Pg. 196,7

Quiz 4:Modal verbs: may, might, be able to; Adverb clauses of time

Reading: ‘Things Communities Share’(Pg. 196 -197)

Project:  Communities expressed through Art.  Find a piece of art which tells of a

community.

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  community, neighbor, neighborhood, block, ethnicity

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

Quiz

 

 

 

 

Movie  P. 1

15 How the Sea Affects our Lives Keystone Unit 4, Pg. 198 – 210

Review Quiz 4 (Week 14) and discussion

Grammar: Word prefixes(Pg. 203), participial adjectives (Pg. 210)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:  consequence, domain, encounter, insufficient, reveal

Workbook: (Pg.) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

Movie  P. 2

16 Dangers of the Sea Keystone Unit 4, Pg. 212 – 193

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 212 – 215)

Grammar: Word roots and origins(Pg. 215)

Reading: ‘Tsunamis’(Pg. 216 – 219), Comprehension check (Pg. 220,1)

Grammar: Subordinating conjunctions (Pg. 222)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: disaster, displace, disturbance, erupt, geologist, phenomena

 

 

 

 

 

Game

17 Under the Sea Keystone Unit 4, Pg. 238 – 237

Reading: Preparation, discussion (Pg. 238 – 226), (Science)Fiction and Non-Fiction

’20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’(Pg. 228 – 233), Comprehension check (Pg. 234,5)

Grammar: Expressions to indicate sequence(Pg. 236)

Writing: Write a story which gives instructions, such as ‘How to use a Boogie Board’(Pg. 237)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: conduct, outcome, sequence, strategy, undertaking

Workbook: (Pg.  ) (Pg.  ) (Pg.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Game

 

18 Life in the Oceans Keystone Unit 4, Pg. 238 – 245

Reading: Preparation, discussion(Pg. 238 – 241)

Reading: ‘Life in the Oceans’(Pg. 242 – 247), Comprehension check (Pg. 248)

Vocabulary/Spelling Words: camouflage, currents, depth, plentiful, recycle, surface

Quiz 5: Word prefixes, participial adjectives, expressions of sequence, sub. conjunctions

 

Project

 

Quiz

 

Game

19 Review& Workbook make-up

Review Quiz 5 (Week 18) and discussion

20 Finals

 

Chemistry II

Siri Sawangjai

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Periodic Table and Properties of The Elements

·         Development of the periodic table

·         Trends for metal groups

·         Nuclear charges

Vocabulary/Spelling Words
2 Concepts of Chemical Bonding

·         Lewis symbols and octet rule

·         Lewis structure

·         Ionic bonding

·         Covalent bonding

Stem, Leaf, Root, Seed
3 Concepts of Chemical Bonding (cont’d)

·         Bond polarity and electronegativity

·         Dipole moments

·         Ionic or Covalent

4 Concepts of Chemical Bonding (cont’d)

·         Drawing Lewis structures

·         Resonance structure

·         Exceptions of Octet rule

(May 29 – School Closed)

5 Concepts of Chemical Bonding (cont’d)

·         Strengths of covalent bonds

·         Enthalpy reactions

·         Bond length

·         Exothermic and Endothermic

TEST 1: Units 7 – 8

6 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories

·         Molecular shapes

·         Molecular orientation

·         Bond angles and geometries

·         VSEPR Model

7 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories (cont’d)

·         Molecular polarity and shape

·         Covalent bonding and orbital overlap

·         Hybrid orbitals

·         Hybridization

8 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories (cont’d)

·         Multiple bonds (sigma and pi bonds)

·         Hydrogen molecules

·         Bond orders

9 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories (cont’d)

·         Diatomic molecules

·         Electron configurations and molecular

·         Heteronulcear

TEST 2: Unit 9

10 Review for Midterm

**(Review Units 7 – 9)**

11 Midterms

(July 16 – 18)

Gases

·         Characteristics of gases

·         Atmospheric pressure and barometer

12 Gases (cont’d)

·         Gas laws

·         Boyle’s law

·         Charles’s law

·         Avogadro’s law

·         P, V, n and T

13 Gases (cont’d)

·         Ideal Gas Law

·         PV = nRT

·         Standard Temperature and Pressure, (STP)

·         Gas laws relationship

14 Gases (cont’d)

·         Ideal gas equation applications

·         Gas mixtures and partial pressures

·         Dalton’s law

15 SCIENCE WEEK

(August 14 – 17)

 

August 13: School Closed

16 Gases (cont’d)

·         Kinetic – molecular theory to Gas Laws

·         Root – Mean – Square Speed

·         Molecular effusion and diffusion

·         Graham’s Law

17 Gases (cont’d)

·         Deviations from Ideal behavior

·         The Van der Waals equation

Liquid

·         Molecular comparison: gas, liquid, and solid

·         Intermolecular forces

·         Predicting bond types

18 Liquid (cont’d)

·         Properties of liquids

·         Viscosity

·         Surface tension

Phase changes

·         Energy of changes

·         Heating curves

·         Critical temperature and pressure

19 Review for Finals

(September 10 – 18)

20 Finals

(September 19 – 21)

Physics II

 

Term 2

 

21 Heat

·         Temperature and thermal equilibrium

·         Defining heat

Internal energy, Thermal equilibrium, Heat, Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin, Joules
22 Heat (cont’d)

·         Changes in temperature and phase

·         Controlling heat

Specific heat capacity, Calorimetry, Latent heat, Phase changes, Heat of fusion, Heat of evaporation, Thermal conduction
23 Thermodynamics

·         Relationships between heat and work

·         Thermodynamic processes

·         The First Law of Thermodynamics

System, Environment, Isovolumetric process, isothermic process, adiabatic process, Cyclic process,
24 Thermodynamics (cont’d)

·         Efficiency of heat engines

·         The Second Law of Thermodynamics

·         Entropy

Efficiency, Entropy,
25 Vibration and Waves

·         Simple harmonic motion

·         Hooke’s Law

·         Measuring simple harmonic motion

Simple harmonic motion, Hooke’s law, Amplitude, Period, Frequency
26 Vibration and Waves (cont’d)

·         Properties of waves

·         Wave motion

·         Wave interactions

Medium, Mechanical wave, Pulse wave, Periodic wave, Transverse wave, Crest, Trough, Wavelength, Longitudinal wave, Wave speed, Construction interference, Standing wave, Node, Antinode,
27 Review for Midterms

(November 26 – 30)

Units 10 – 12

28 Midterms

(December 3 – 6)

 

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

29 December 10 – Constitution Day (School Closed)

 

Sound

·         Sound waves

·         Sound intensity and resonance

·         Harmonics

Compression, Rarefaction, Pitch, Doppler effect, Intensity, Decibel level, Decibels (dB), Resonance, Fundamental frequency, Harmonic series, Timbre, Beat
30 Christmas Holiday

(December 17 – January 1)

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31 Light and Reflection

·         Characteristics of light

·         Flat mirrors

Electromagnetic wave, Frequency, Wavelength, Reflection, Angle of incidence, Angle of reflection, Virtual image
32 Light and Reflection (cont’d)

·         Curved mirrors

·         Color and polarization

Concave spherical mirror, Real image, Magnification, Convex spherical mirror, Linear polarization
33 Refraction

·         Refraction

·         Snell’s law

·         Thin lenses

·         Optical and phenomena

Refraction, Index of refraction, Lens, Total internal reflection, Critical angle, Dispersion, Chromatic aberration
34 Interference and Diffraction

·         Interference

·         Diffraction

·         Coherence

Coherence, Path difference, Order number, Diffraction, Resolving power, Laser
35 Electric Forces and Fields

·         Electric charge

·         Electric force

·         Coulomb’s law

Conductor, Insulator, Induction,
36 Electric Forces and Fields (cont’d)

·         The electric field

Electric Energy and Capacitance

·         Electrical potential energy

·         Potential difference

·         Capacitance

Electric field,

Electric Field lines

 

Electrical potential energy, Electric potential, potential difference, Capacitance

37 Current and Resistance

·         Electric current

·         Resistance

·         Electric power

Current, Drift velocity, Resistance, Superconductor
38 Circuits and Circuit Elements

·         Schematic diagrams and circuits

·         Resistors in series or in parallel

·         Complex resistor combinations

Schematic diagram, Electric circuit, emf, resistor, series, parallel
39 Review for Finals

(February 18 – 22)

Units 14 – 20)

40 Finals

(March 5 – 7)

 

Business Math

Nic Hansen

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Class introductions course overview

●        Rules and classroom routines

●        General Vocabulary

●        Simulation Introduction

●        Principles of Business

2 Accounting Principles

●        Purpose of Accounting – Record Keeping

●        Accounting Equation

3 Assets

●        What is an asset and how do we account for it?

4 Liabilities & Revenue

●        What is a liability and how do we account for it?

5 Simulation Prep and Start & Business Groups

●        Ideas and Business Plan

6 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Loans & Starting funds

7 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Profit = Revenue – Costs

8 Simulation & Business Groups
9 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Simulation Reports (Turn in Records)

10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Profit and Loss Statement

●        Basics of a Profit and Loss Statement

13 Interpretation of a P&L Statement

●        What makes a good Profit and Loss Statement?

14 Changes to your business Plan

●        After one quarter, what changes should be made to make more money?

15 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Progress on business groups?

●        Creation of P&L for business groups

16 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Self-Evaluation of group P&L

17 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Corrections to Business Plan

18 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Simulation Reports (Turn in Records)

19 Review
20 Finals
Business Math

 

Term 2

 

21 Implementation of Business Plan Corrections

●        How will these changes affect finances?

22 What happens if you have a loss?

●        Shutting the business down?

23 What happens if you have a loss?

●        Pay money owed to loans and investors

24 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Christmas Business Plans

25 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Preparing for Holiday opportunities

26 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Simulation Reports (Turn in Records)

27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Activities
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Evaluation of Holiday Business Opportunities
32 Corrections to the business after Holiday experiences
33 Preparing to close your business
34 Simulation & Business Groups

●        Closing your business and closing your books

35 Simulation & Business Groups
36 Senior Testing
37 Senior Preparation
38 Awards and Prizes for Simulation and Business Groups
39 Review
40 Finals

 

 

Statistics

Neill Dixon

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 and 2 Introduction to statistics

-Statistics is about understanding the world, not about calculating the right number.

-What is statistics?  Making sense of the world with all its variations — finding patterns, relationships, trends, exceptions.

(student data in class as an example)

-What is data: information in a context.  How we can organize data.

-Who, what, where, why, when, how

-Common statistical vocabulary ———————-à

-Categorical variables vs. quantitative variables.

 

 

Data,  data table, context, case, respondent, subject, participant, experimental unit, record, variable, sample, population, identifier variable, categorical variable, units
2 and 3 Displaying and Describing Categorical Data

-Make a picture!  Think, show, tell.

-The Area Principle: matching area of a graph with its value.

-Frequency tables: counting piles, frequency vs relative frequency

-Bar Charts; Pie Charts; Contingency tables

Conditional distributions

 

 

 

Area principle, frequency table, distribution, bar chart, pie chart, categorical data condition, contingency table, marginal distribution, conditional distribution, independence, segmented bar chart, Simpson’s paradox
4 and 5 Displaying and Summarizing Quantitative Data

-How to think about quantitative variables:            median, mean, standard deviation, outliers, skewed distribution, IQR,

-make a picture of quantitative variables; what does the data tell:

Histogram, stem-and-leaf, dotplot, boxplot

-Summarize quantitative variable numerically:

Mean and median (measures of center); range, IQR, standard deviation (measures of spread); 5-number summary – min and max values, quartiles, median.

-Distribution terms: spread, shape, center, unusual features

 

Distribution, histogram, gap, stem-and-leaf display, dotplot, shape, center, spread, mode, unimodal(bi- or multi-), uniform, symmetric, tails, skewed, outliers, median, range, quartile, interquartile range (IQR), percentile, 5-number summary, boxplot, mean, resistant, standard deviation, variance
6 and 7 Understanding and Comparing Distributions

-Importance of comparing groups and looking for patterns among groups and over time

-histograms and stem-and-leaf plots useful in comparing two distributions; boxplots useful for comparing several groups

-Comparing groups: shape, center, spreads, unusual features

-importance of outliers; grouping data in different waysàdifferent outliers

-graphing against a time-axis to look for long-term trends

Comparing distributions (shape, center, spread), comparing boxplots (shapes, medians, IQRs, outliers), timeplot (long-term patterns and trends), re-express (transform) – applying a function, like log or square root) to make skewed data more symmetric.
8 and 9 The Standard Deviation as a Ruler and the Normal Model

-Shifting and rescaling data

*Shifting, adding or subtracting same amount from values, affects center and position but not spread

*Rescaling, multiplying and dividing every value by a constant, changes everything – spread, center position.

-The power of standardizing data

*standard deviation measures distance to mean, creating z-scores

*Z-scores, can compare apples and oranges because no units

*Z-scores identifies unusual values

-68-95-99.7 Rule(68% fall within first SD of mean; 95% within 2 SDs; 99.7% within 3 SDs

– Data isn’t normal, check using Nearly Normal Condition using histograms or a Normal probability plot

Standardized value, shifting, rescale, normal model, parameter, statistic, z-score, Standard normal model, normality assumption, nearly normal condition, 68-95-99.7 Rule, normal percentile, normal probability p
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 and 13  Scatterplots, Association, and Correlation

-Scatterplots map two quantitative variable

*Of interest:  direction of association, form it takes, and its strength.

-If scatterplot close to straight, correlation coefficient is a useful numerical summary.

*sign of correlation tells direction of association

*magnitude of correlation tells strength of linear association(-1 or +1 is strong, 0 is weak)

*correlation has no units, so shifting or swapping variables has no effect on numerical value (ex, height/weight correlation, kg/cm v lbs/inches)

-Need to think if choice of methods is appropriate

*check if correlation coefficient is appropriate by seeing if relationship is linear

*check Straight Enough Condition by looking at scatterplot

*check for outliers

-High correlation or strong association doesn’t necessarily mean cause-and-effect relationship – need to check for lurking variables.

 

Scatterplots: Association (direction, form and strength), outlier; response variable, explanatory variable, x-variable, y-variable; correlation coefficient; lurking variable
14 and 15  Linear Regression

-When quantitative variables is fairly straight, a linear model can help summarize results

* a regression line is the best fit although it’s not passing through all the points

-Relationship between correlation r and regression:

-Interpretation of the slope

– using residuals and R2 to revel how well model will work

Using Linearity Assumption to test model

Model, linear model, predicted value, residuals, least squares, regression to the mean, regression line(line of best fit), slope, intercept, s sub e, R raised to second power, Does the Plot Thicken?
16 Regression Wisdom

-Regression is widely used but also widely abused and misinterpreted.  How to properly interpret.

-When is a data set unsuitable for regression analysis

*hidden groups, subsets that behave differently

*Straight enough condition

*Outlier condition

– Even a good regression doesn’t mean we should believe that the model says more than it really does.

*extrapolation leading to silly predictions; lurking variables; beware of summaries of data sets

Extrapolation, outlier, leverage, influential point, lurking variable
17 Re-expressing Data, Get It Straight

-applying functions to data, like square root, log or reciprocal to re-express

-if conditions for regression are not met, re-expression of the data may help

*make distribution of variable more symmetric, make spread of different groups more similar; make scatterplot straighter; make the scatter more consistent

-taking logs is a good starting point when attempting a re-expression

-models won’t ever be perfect, but a re-expression can lead to a more useful model.

18 Review of Part II
19 Review
20 Finals

 

Calculus

Nic Hansen

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Introduction

●        Rules for the classroom and class expectations

●        Review Analytical Trigonometry

2 Analytic Trigonometry

●        Trigonometric Identities

●        Verifying Trigonometric Identities

●        Solving Trigonometric Equations

3 Analytic Trigonometry

●        Sum and Difference Formulas

●        Multiple Angle and Product to Sum Formulas

4 Additional Trigonometry

●        Law of Sines

5 Additional Trigonometry

●        Law of Cosines

6 Additional Trigonometry

●        Vectors in the plane

7 Additional Trigonometry

●        Vectors and Dot Products

8 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Lines

9 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Conics: Parabolas

10 Review
11 Midterms – Through Additional Trigonometry
12 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Ellipses

●        Hyperbolas

13 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Rotation of Conics

14 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Parametric Equations

15 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Polar Coordinates

16 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Graphs of Polar Equations

17 Topics in Analytic Geometry

●        Polar Equations of Conics

18 Prerequisites for Calculus

●        Lines

19 Review
20 Finals – Through Topics in Analytic Geometry
Calculus

 

Term 2

 

21 Prerequisites for Calculus

●        Functions and Graphs

22 Prerequisites for Calculus

●        Exponential Functions

●        Parametric Equations

23 Prerequisites for Calculus

●        Functions and Logarithms

●        Trigonometric Functions

24 Limits and Continuity

●        Rates of Change and Limits

●        Limits Involving Infinity

25 Limits and Continuity

●        Continuity

26 Limits and Continuity

●        Rates of Change and Tangent Lines

27 Review
28 Midterms – Through Limits and Continuity
29 Non-Teaching Week / Christmas Program Practice
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Derivatives

●        Derivative of a Function

●        Differentiability

32 Derivatives

●        Rules for Differentiation

33 Derivatives

●        Velocity and Other Rates of Change

●        Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

34 Derivatives

●        Chain Rule

35 Derivatives

●        Implicit Differentiation

36 Derivatives

●        Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions

37 Derivatives

●        Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

38 Applications of Derivatives

●        Extreme Values of Functions

●        Connecting f’ and f”with the Graph of f

39 Review
40 Finals –  Through Derivatives

 

 

Health

Kaitland Grassing

 

Term 1

 

Week Objective Keywords
1 Orientation and Course Overview

–          What is health? Group activity

 

Chapter 21: Tobacco (Lesson 1)

–          Ice breaker [quick start p. 540]

–          The effects of tobacco use

–          Define the ingredients of tobacco cigarettes and products, identify harmful substances inside them

–          Examine and discuss harmful consequences of tobacco use on body system

–          Health risks diagram (p. 543)

–          Group discussion on cigarette packaging and habits (p. 544)

 

Nicotine, addictive drug, stimulant, carcinogen, carcinogenic/cancerous, carbon monoxide
2 Chapter 21: Tobacco (Lesson 2)

–          Choosing to live tobacco FREE

–          Ice breaker group question (p. 546)

–          Explain the consequences of tobacco use, and strategies to live a tobacco free life

–          Identify health related services in your community for health promotion

–          Examination of benefits of quitting (p. 548 health check)

–          Real life application study in groups (p. 549)

 

Nicotine dependence, nicotine withdrawal, nicotine substitute
3 Chapter 21: Tobacco (Lesson 3)

–          Promoting a smoke-free environment

–          Ice breaker activity [ smoke free environment benefits p.551]

–          Evaluate ways to contribute to smoke free environment, the various types of smoke (differences and similarities)

–          Review facts group discussion (p. 555)

–          Review chapter 21 quiz (p. 558)

 

Second-hand smoke, environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), types of environmental smoke
4 Chapter 22: Alcohol (Lesson 1)

–          Choosing to be alcohol free

–          Ice breaker group questions [p. 562]

–          Identify media alcohol companies, community factors and pressures in alcohol consumption

–          Demonstrate strategies to prevent alcohol use

–          Activity (View alcohol ads and evaluate their message, target audience and authenticity of product quality) (p. 564)

–          Prevalence data of alcohol (p. 565)

 

Alcohol abuse, intoxicant, depressant, ethanol, fermentation,
5 Chapter 22: Alcohol (Lesson 2)

–          Harmful effects of alcohol

–          Ice breaker [harmful effects of alcohol bubble organizer p. 568]

–          Examine the short term and long term consequences of alcohol consumption

–          Evaluate the apparent dangers of alcohol consumption and alcohol/drug interactions

–          Understand how to successfully apply refusal alcohol strategies in various settings

 

BAC (blood alcohol concentration), binge drinking, alcohol poisoning, metabolism, tolerance,
6 Chapter 22: Alcohol (Lesson 3)

–          Alcohol, the individual and community

–          Ice breaker [how alcohol affects each piece of health triangle p. 574]

–          Examine the effects of alcohol use on body organs and functions, including when pregnant (fetal alcohol syndrome and other complications)

–          Assess health services associated with alcohol dependency

–          Learn the long-term consequences of alcohol use on body

 

 

Alcohol dependency, alcoholism, detoxification, sobriety, FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome)
7 Chapter 22: Alcohol (Lesson 3)

–          Review chapter 22 quiz (p. 582)

 

Chapter 23: Medicine and drugs (Lesson 1)

–          The role of medicine

–          Establish connection between health, medicine and disease prevention

–          Examine medicines and distinguish types and toxicity

–          Health minute discussion (safe medicine use) p. 590

–          How to properly read a prescription medicine label (p.590)

–          Review facts discussion (Q#1,2,3 on p. 591)

 

Medicine, drugs, vaccine, analgesics, addictive interactions, synergistic effects, antagonistic effects
8 Chapter 23: Medicine and drugs (Lesson 2)

–          Drug-use high-risk behavior

–          Ice breaker [ quick start p. 592]

–          Define and understand the consequences of drug and risky behavior

–          Analyze the harmful effects of drug use for your personal and social health

–          Analysis of drug prevention programs efficacy (p. 593)

–          Drug use and the brain (p. 595)

 

Substance use, illegal drugs, illicit drug use, overdose, dependence (physiological or psychological)
9 Chapter 23: Medicine and drugs (Lesson 3)

–          Marijuana, Inhalants and other drugs

–          Ice breaker discussion (what are the consequences and benefits of marijuana in teens and adults?)

–          Analyze the prevalence and drug use of other drugs, and their consequences to social, emotional and physical health

–          Apply strategies for avoidance of marijuana and other drugs

–          Explain the relationship mechanisms between drug use, alcohol, marijuana and other substances in the teen years

 

Marijuana and its common names, inhalants, anabolic steroids, paranoia, psychosis
10 Review
11 Midterms
12 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 23: Medicine and drugs (Lesson 4)

–          Psychoactive drugs

–          Ice breaker question (What are psychoactive drugs, name and when people use them/why/why not)

–          Analyze the consequences of psychoactive drugs, prevalence in populations, dangers of chronic use and refusal strategies

–          An in depth analysis of the YABA crisis in Thailand, methamphetamines and their relationship to organ function with drug use

 

Psychoactive drugs, stimulants, euphoria, depressants, narcotics, hallucinogenic, ‘designer/club’ drugs
13 Chapter 23: Medicine and drugs (Lesson 5)

–          Living drug free

–          Analyze strategies to refuse drug use, and harboring positive behaviors, reducing risky behavior in teens

–          Identify health services for drug use, specifically addiction, abuse and recovery

–          Discuss importance of alternative to drugs and substance abuse

–          Warning signs of drug use (p.613)

–          Class discussion “is drug testing needed?” (p. 614)

–          Chapter 23 review quiz (p. 618-619)

 

Drug-free zones, drug raids, drug watches
14 Chapter 24: Communicable diseases (Lesson 1)

–          What are communicable diseases

–          Identify and classify causes of communicable diseases (p.623)

–          Analyze relationships in communicable diseases and human behavior

–          Develop strategies to prevent communicable disease transmission

 

 

Communicable disease, pathogen, virus, bacteria, infection, toxin, vector
15 Chapter 24: Communicable diseases (Lesson 2)

–          Preventing communicable diseases

–          Examine the pathways to disease transmission and the body processes of pathogen

–          Identify common physical barriers in human body (p. 628)

–          Analyze specific defense mechanisms such as Lymphocytes and distinguishing the types

–          Understand the steps of an immune response (p. 630)

–          Analyze the lymphatic system in the body

 

Immune system, immunity, phagocyte, lymphocyte, antigen, antibody, vaccine, inflammatory response,
16 Chapter 24: Communicable diseases (Lesson 3)

–          Common communicable diseases

–          Ice breaker group discussion [quick start p. 635]

–          Identify and classify common causes, transmission pathways, symptoms and treatment for communicable diseases

–          Chapter 24 review quiz (p. 644)

 

Pneumonia, jaundice, emerging infection
17 Chapter 25: STD (Lesson 1)

–          The Risks of STIs

–          Analyze the importance of risk management in risky behavior leading to contract an STI

–          Identify the effectiveness of abstinence and develop strategies to prevention of STIs

 

STD (sexually transmitted disease), STI (sexually transmitted infection), epidemic, abstinence
18 Chapter 25: STD (Lesson 2)

–          Common STIs

–          Identify common STIs, symptoms and treatment

–          Analyze harmful effects of STIs and practice prevention of STIs

–          Discuss the prevalence and incidence of STIs (p. 653)

 

HPV (human papillomavirus), chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, syphilis,
19 Review
20 Finals
Health Term 2

 

21 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 25: STD (Lesson 3)

–          HIV and AIDS

–          Explain how HIV affects and destroys the immune system

–          Discuss steps how the HIV attacks cells (p. 659)

–          Review pathways to how HIV is transmitted

 

AIDS, HIV, opportunistic infection
22 Chapter 25: STD (Lesson 4)

–          Treatment of HIV and AIDS

–          Identify stages of HIV, testing

–          A discussion with the course of AIDS/HIV over the years

–          Chapter 25 review quiz (p. 670-671)

 

Asymptomatic stage, symptomatic stage, pandemic
23 Chapter 26: Noncommunicable diseases and disabilities (Lesson 1)

–          Cardiovascular diseases

–          Ice breaker discussion [quick start p. 674]

–          Identify and discuss various types of cardiovascular disease and prevention strategies

–          Identify diagnostic tools to assess cardiovascular diseases (p.676)

–          Discuss the risk factors for CVD that is controllable (p. 679)

–          Discuss and evaluate the factors in diet that control our chance of getting Cardiovascular disease

 

CVD, Noncommunicable diseases, hypertension, atherosclerosis, arrhythmias,
24 Chapter 26: Noncommunicable diseases and disabilities (Lesson 2)

–          Cancer

–          Ice breaker group discussion [quick start Q p. 681]

–          Examine health behaviors and chance of cancer in lifetime

–          Evaluate external and internal factors that relate to cancer in humans

–          Evaluate the factors in food that relate to cancer

–          Analyze and discuss prevention strategies of various cancers

–           Review and distinguish various types of cancers (p. 683)

 

Cancer, tumour, benign, malignant, metastasis, carcinogen (carcinogenic), biopsy, remission
25 Chapter 26: Noncommunicable diseases and disabilities (Lesson 3)

–          Inflammation/Irritation of body organs (Allergies, Asthma, Arthritis, and Diabetes)

–          Analyze the various Noncommunicable diseases, their prevalence, characteristics, symptoms, causes and treatments

–          Assess the symptoms of diabetes (p. 691) and prevalence of diabetes. Discuss the prevalence and what one can do to control/reduce diabetes in blood

 

Allergy, histamines, asthma, diabetes, autoimmune disease, arthritis forms ( osteoarthritis, rheumatoid)
26 Chapter 26: Noncommunicable diseases and disabilities (Lesson 4)

–          Physical and Mental challenges

–          Ice breaker discussion [quick start p. 695]

–          Identify the mental health challenges with those who are disabled, and discuss channels of aid

–          Read and discuss ‘time: dyslexia’ (p. 700)

–          Chapter 26 quiz review (p. 702)

 

Disability, deafness, mental retardation,
27 Review
28 Midterms
29 Christmas Show Preparation
30 Christmas Holiday
31 Go over course objectives of semester

 

Chapter 29: Environmental Health (Lesson 1)

–          Air Quality

–          (Video presentation on Air Quality in our world, a scientific explanation and a media explanation(VICE china’s air pollution, ~30min)

–          Analyze five common air pollutants (p. 767)

–          Understand the AQI (p.768)

 

Air pollution, smog, AQI (air quality index), asbestos, decibel, noise pollution, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), carbon monoxide, NOx (nitrogen oxide, nitrogen dioxide), sulphur dioxide, pollutant, ozone
32 Chapter 29: Environmental Health (Lesson 1 con.t)

–          Protecting land and Air

–          (Video presentation on Chemical valley in Canada and health implications of petrochemical plants ~30min)

–          Understand noise pollution, examine and discuss (p. 771)

 

Review all lesson 1 terms
33 Chapter 29: Environmental Health (Lesson 2)

–          Protecting land and Air

–          (Video presentation on Meat hooked& End of Water) (~30min)

–          Identify sources of pollution, assess the impact globally and prevalence

–          Assess responsibility from law makers on environmental protection and conservation

–          Examine strategies to reduce water, air and land pollution

–          Identify hazardous material in daily life (p. 773)

 

Biodegradable, landfill, hazardous waste, deforestation, urban sprawl, urbanization,
34 Chapter 29: Environmental Health (Lesson 2 con.t)

–          Protecting the land and air

–          (Video presentation on Garbage Island: part 1 / ocean’s plastics) (~20min)

–          Assess water pollution and strategies to reduce contamination (p.775)

–          Discuss ways to reduce risk to keep land, air and water clean (group activity)

 

Review all terms from lesson 2
35 Chapter 29: Environmental Health (Lesson 3)

–          Advocating for healthy environment

–          (Video presentation on Garbage Island: part 2 / ocean’s plastics) (~25min)

–          Develop and assess strategies to keep the environment clean and sustainable

–          Describe and analyze global efforts for environmental conservation

–          Time health discussion (what you can do help the environment p. 782)

 

Conservation, recycling, precycling
36 Chapter 29: Environmental Health (Lesson 3 con.t)

–          Advocating for healthy environment

–          (Video presentation on Garbage Island: part 3 / ocean’s plastics) (~25min)

 

 

Environmental Health Project (Working Period)

–          Students have the last week to prepare in groups a presentation board about an environmental disaster. Give a 5 minute presentation about the disaster (with grading scheme) (20min)

 

Review all lesson 3 terms, and learned terms from the video presentation
37 Environmental Health Project (Working Period)

–          Students have the last few weeks to prepare in groups a presentation board about their environmental disaster. Give a 5 minute presentation about the disaster (with grading scheme)

 

Environmental disasters terminology, review from whole year terms and vocabulary
38 Environmental Health Project (Presentation Day)

–          Students give a 5 minute presentation about the disaster (with grading scheme)

 

Review all terms from the year, including environmental 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 12 | 2018/19 Semester 1 | Plan

 

Grade 12 | Semester 1 | Quarter 1
Week 1 A • Semester breakdown, rules, grading, curriculum, Questionnaire
B • Paper Tower Building (Team Building)
Week 2 A • Main Topic 1: Imaginative Writing (Genre TBC)

• Free Writing topic 1 – inanimate object – plant

B
Week 3 A • Writing Workshop 1: Word Power
B • Writing Workshop 1: Word Power
Week 4 A • Free Writing topic 2
B  
Week 5 A • Writing Workshop 2: Character overview
B • Writing Workshop 2: Character overview
Week 6 A • Free Writing topic 3
B
Week 7 A • Writing Workshop 3: short story structure
B • Writing Workshop 3: short story structure
Week 8 A
B
Week 9 A Imaginative story deadline
B

 

Graded Assignments

  1. Short descriptive writing activities
  2. Short story
  3. Free Writings x 2 (students choose their best 2 out of 3 based on evaluating their work at the end)

 

Grade 12 | Semester 1 | Quarter 2
Week 1 A • Free Writing Topic 1

• Main Topic 2: Writing Speeches

• Writing Workshop 1: Writing a speech

B • Writing Workshop 1: Writing a speech
Week 2 A
B
Week 3 A • Free Writing topic 2
B  
Week 4 A Speech Presentations
B Speech Presentations
Week 5 A •  Main Topic 3: Journalism – Persuasive articles

 

B • Writing Workshop: Word Power
Week 6 A  
B
Week 7 A • Article deadline
B • Article deadline

 

Graded Assignments

  1. Speech (written version and speech itself)
  2. Persuasive article

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

 

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