Semester Overview

Grade 12
Academic Year 2018/2019

 
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GRADE 12  English

Academic Year 2018/2019

Teacher:  Chris Bonner

Semester 2

Week

Objectives

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Intro to the new semester.

Review of the Final Exam.

Writing:  Writing a fictional narrativeTextbook, Pg. 126-129

Listening & Speaking:  Fact vs. Opinion

Homework: ‘The Odyssey’, Chapters 6&7

 

Fact vs.

Opinion

 

Giving advice

 

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Writing:  Writing an editorial  Textbook, Pg. 147 (Workbook Pg. 71)

Listening & Speaking:  Source TBD

Grammar: Modal verbs and subjunctive verbs, ‘have to’ + verb   (Workbook Pg. 84)

Homework: ‘The Odyssey’, Chapters 8&9

The Odyssey:  Quiz 1

 

Listening Audio

 

Modals and subjunctives

 

Quiz: Odyssey

 

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Listening & Speaking:  Source TBD

Reading:  The Play:  Theatre   Textbook, Pg. 149

Vocabulary  Textbook, Pg. 150-151

Read: ‘The Greatest Showman’, by Canesia, 11B

Writing:  Write a review   (Workbook, Pg. 78)Quiz 1:  Modal and subjunctive verbs, ‘have to’ + verb

Homework: ‘The Odyssey’, Chapters 10&11

The Odyssey:  Quiz  2

 

 

 

Listening Audio

 

 

 

Quiz: Odyssey

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Review Quiz 1 (Week 23)

Listening & Speaking:  Source TBD

Grammar:  Irregular plurals and HomographsTextbook, Pg. 173 (WB 67)

Poetry:  Reading TBD

Homework: ‘The Odyssey’, Chapters 12&13

The Odyssey:  Quiz  3

 

 

Plurals

Listening Audio

 

 

Quiz: Odyssey

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Listening & Speaking:  Source TBD

Grammar: The use of ‘as’and words that express opinions Text, Pg. 146(WBPg. 70)

Writing:  Write a news article   Textbook, Pg. 211

Quiz 2:Irregular plurals, Homographs

Poetry:  The Haiku

Homework: ‘The Odyssey’, Chapters 14&15

The Odyssey:  Quiz  4                              .

 

 

Subjunctives

Listening Audio

 

 

 

Quiz: Odyssey

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Review Quiz 2 (Week 25)

Listening & Speaking:  Source TBD

Writing: Write a review: ‘The Greatest Showman’

Reading:  ‘How does the Sea Affect our Lives?’  Textbook Pg. 198-203

‘Tsunami’Textbook, Pg. 221 [Workbook, Pg. 61 (Editing), 73-74 (Academic words)]

Quiz 3:The use of the word ‘as’ and words that express opinions

Poetry:  Presentations

Homework: ‘The Odyssey’, Chapters 16&17

The Odyssey:  Quiz  5

 

 

Listening Audio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quiz: Odyssey

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Review week

The Odyssey:  Quiz  6

Review Quiz 3

Extra points:  Picture dictation.

 

Quiz: Odyssey

 

 

Extra points

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Midterm Exams

 

 

Physics II

Siri Sawangjai

 

Term 2

 

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Heat

·         Temperature and thermal equilibrium

·         Defining heat

Internal energy, Thermal equilibrium, Heat, Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin, Joules

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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

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Thermodynamics

·         Relationships between heat and work

·         Thermodynamic processes

·         The First Law of Thermodynamics

System, Environment, Isovolumetric process, isothermic process, adiabatic process, Cyclic process,

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Thermodynamics (cont’d)

·         Efficiency of heat engines

·         The Second Law of Thermodynamics

·         Entropy

Efficiency, Entropy,

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Vibration and Waves

·         Simple harmonic motion

·         Hooke’s Law

·         Measuring simple harmonic motion

Simple harmonic motion, Hooke’s law, Amplitude, Period, Frequency

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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,

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Review for Midterms

(November 26 – 30)

Units 10 – 12

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Midterms

(December 3 – 6)

 

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

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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

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Christmas Holiday

(December 17 – January 1)

JJJ

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Light and Reflection

·         Characteristics of light

·         Flat mirrors

Electromagnetic wave, Frequency, Wavelength, Reflection, Angle of incidence, Angle of reflection, Virtual image

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Light and Reflection (cont’d)

·         Curved mirrors

·         Color and polarization

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

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Refraction

·         Refraction

·         Snell’s law

·         Thin lenses

·         Optical and phenomena

Refraction, Index of refraction, Lens, Total internal reflection, Critical angle, Dispersion, Chromatic aberration

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Interference and Diffraction

·         Interference

·         Diffraction

·         Coherence

Coherence, Path difference, Order number, Diffraction, Resolving power, Laser

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Electric Forces and Fields

·         Electric charge

·         Electric force

·         Coulomb’s law

Conductor, Insulator, Induction,

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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

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Current and Resistance

·         Electric current

·         Resistance

·         Electric power

Current, Drift velocity, Resistance, Superconductor

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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 2

 

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Implementation of Business Plan Corrections

●        How will these changes affect finances?

22

What happens if you have a loss?

●        Shutting the business down?

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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 2

 

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Monday: Holiday

From Randomness to Probability

-random phenomena

-law of large numbers

-modeling probability

-rules of probability

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Tuesday: Holiday

Probability Rules

-general addition rule

-independence

-tables, venn diagrams and probability

-general multiplication rule

-disjoint events

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Random Variables

-Center

-spread

-means and variances

-continuous random variables

24

Probability Models

– Bernoulli Trials

-The ten percent rule

-geometric model

-binomial model

 

25

Overflow and catch up

26

project

27

Review

28

Midterms

29

Christmas Show Preparation

30

Christmas Holiday

31

3-day week

Sampling Distribution Models

-sampling distribution of a proportion

– sampling distributions of other statisitics

32

-simulating sample distributions of a mean

-fundamental theorem of statistics

-real world v model world

33

Wednesday: Holiday

Confidence Intervals for Proportions

– confidence interval

-certainty vs precision

 

34

Testing Hypotheses about Proportions

-trial as a hypothesis test

-hypothesis testing

-p-values

35

Con’t

36

Tests and Intervals

-zero in on the null

-p-values

-alpha levels

37

Friday:  Sports Day

Review

38

Finals Grade 12

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Calculus

Nic Hansen

Term 2

 

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Prerequisites for Calculus

●        Functions and Graphs

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Prerequisites for Calculus

●        Exponential Functions

●        Parametric Equations

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Prerequisites for Calculus

●        Functions and Logarithms

●        Trigonometric Functions

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Limits and Continuity

●        Rates of Change and Limits

●        Limits Involving Infinity

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Limits and Continuity

●        Continuity

26

Limits and Continuity

●        Rates of Change and Tangent Lines

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Review

28

Midterms – Through Limits and Continuity

29

Non-Teaching Week / Christmas Program Practice

30

Christmas Holiday

31

Derivatives

●        Derivative of a Function

●        Differentiability

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Derivatives

●        Rules for Differentiation

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Derivatives

●        Velocity and Other Rates of Change

●        Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

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Derivatives

●        Chain Rule

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Derivatives

●        Implicit Differentiation

36

Derivatives

●        Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions

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Derivatives

●        Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

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Applications of Derivatives

●        Extreme Values of Functions

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

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Review

40

Finals –  Through Derivatives

 

Health

Kaitland Grassing

Term 2

 

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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

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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

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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,

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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

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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)

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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,

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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

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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

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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,

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Review

40

Finals

 

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