Grade 10 – Review and Exam Week

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Grade 10 English
Teacher Franky de Kock

Section A: Vocabulary (25 Marks)
   – Vocab to be asked in 4 different questions. 5 marks each
   – “Keywords and Academic Words” from our Textbook

Section B: Grammar (30 Marks)
   – Students will receive an article and answer questions about the article
   – Questions from text as well as own opinion answers

Section C: Reading Comprehension (15 Marks)
   – Mix of grammar and word study questions, covered this term
   – Error correction: (Punctuation, Capital letters, Grammar, Spelling)
 

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Grade 10 Biology
Teacher Noland Flores

   • Section 16.1: Human Population Growth and Natural Resources
   • Section 16.2: Air Quality
   • Section 16.3: Water Quality
   • Section 16.4: Threats to Biodiversity
   • Section 16.5: Conservation
   • Section 18.1: The Linnaean System of Classification
   • Section 18.2: Classification Based on Evolutionary Relationships
   • Section 18.3: Molecular Clocks
   • Section 18.4: Domains and Kingdoms
   • Section 21.1: Origin of Plant Life
   • Section 21.2: Classification of Plants
   • Section 23.1: Vertebrate Origins
   • Section 23.4: Amphibians
   • Section 24.1: Levels of Organization
   • Section 24.2: Mechanisms of Homeostasis”
   • Section 24.3: Interactions Among Systems
 

Grade 10 Astronomy
Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the Workbook
(H.U1) Lesson 2: Seasons
(H.U2) Lesson 1: The Formation of the Solar System
(H.U2) Lesson 2: Earth & the Solar System
(H.U2) Lesson 3: Earth’s Place in the Universe

Units from Quizlet
Science Dimensions – Space Science, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: Unit 1, Lesson 2, Seasons
Science Dimensions – Space Science, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: Unit 2, Lesson 1, The Formation of the Solar System
Science Dimensions – Space Science, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: Unit 2, Lesson 2, The Earth and the Solar System
Science Dimensions – Space Science, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: Unit 2, Lesson 3, Earth’s Place in the Universe

 

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Grade 10 Algebra II
Teacher Robert Dumas

Periodic Functions and Trigonometry
   – Convert central angles from degrees to radian measure and vice-versa
   – Define the unit circle, derive sine and cosine functions from the unit circle.
   – Solve problems involving arc length.

Trigonometric Identities and Equations
   – Solve and graph problems involving sine function.
   – Solve and graph problems involving cosine functions
   – Solve sine/cosine problems involving phase shifts and vertical shifts.
   – Use the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines to solve problems
 

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