Previous Weeks – Grade 11

Throughout the semester, we have been updating the website with week by week information on what the students have been learning. Please choose from the weeks below.

Grade 11/12 Archive 2016/2017

Grade 11/12 Archive 2017/2018

Grade 11 Archive 2018/2019

Week 21 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

• Reading: Vocabulary building: Literary terms, word study
• Text Type: Literature
• Word Study: Suffixes
• Grammar: Transitions and transitional Expressions
• Writing: Write a narrative paragraph

Vocabulary:

• Cycle
• Generations
• Ignore
• Injuries
• Symbol Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Adrian Sacan

Unit 1. Introduction to Energy
-vocabulary
-what is energy
-Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy
-forms of energy
-special formulas
-special topics in energy introduction
-classwork and board exercises
-quizzes

7.1. Atoms, Elements, Ions
-review on elements and symbols
-atoms vs elements
-cations vs anions
7.2. Chemical Formulas and Compounds
-monatomic, diatomic, polyatomic compounds
-nomenclature and balancing of equations
-formula mass
-molecular and empirical formulas
7.3. Oxidation Numbers
-rules in assigning Oxidation Numbers
7.4 Activities: classwork and short quiz Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This semester Math 11B will focus on linear equations – solving, graphing and systems. We will start the semester slow and easy by reviewing like terms, distribution and solving one-step equations.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Numerical Trigonometry
• Radians and Degrees
• Conversions
• Unit Circle

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Review and Exam Week Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

Section A: Vocabulary (20 Marks)
Students will be given various questions on the “Academic- and Key Words” from our Textbook

Section B: Reading Comprehension (20 Marks)
Students will be given a news article to read and answer questions about the article

Section C: Grammar (20 Marks)
Mix of grammar and word study questions covered this term
Error Correction (Punctuation, Capital Letters, Grammar, Spelling)

Section D: Writing (10 Marks)
Writing a persuasive paragraph by giving your opinion about a subject and use facts to convince the reader that your opinion is correct. Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the Workbook

• (J.U2) Lesson 2: Change of State
• (J.U3) Lesson 1: Chemical Reaction
• (J.U3) Lesson 2: Chemical Equation
• (J.U3) Lesson 3: Engineer It: Thermal Energy and Chemical Processes

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the Workbook

• Section 3.3: Counting Atoms
• Section 6.1: Chemical Bonding
• Section 6.2: Covalent Bonding and Molecular Compounds
• Section 6.3: Ionic Bonding and Ionic Compounds
• Section 6.4: Metallic Bonding
• Section 6.5: Molecular Geometry Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

1. Ratios and Proportions
2. Percents/Fractions/Decimals
-converting percents-fractions
-circle graphs
-converting percents-decimals
-probability
-estimating percents
-sample spaces/Fundamental Counting Principle
3. Measuring
-Capacity, weight, and length US style, unit conversion
-converting in metric system
-measures of time
-measures of temperature, Celsius and Fahrenheit
4. Angles and shapes
-measuring, estimating and drawing angles
-angle relationships
-similar and congruent figures
5. Intergers
– adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing
– Translations, reflections and rotations
6. Intro to Algebra
– Distributive property, solving equations

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

● Polynomial and Rational Functions
○ Higher polynomials
○ Complex numbers
○ Synthetic division and long division with polynomials
○ Zeros of polynomial functions
○ Rational functions
○ Nonlinear inequalities
● Exponential and Logarithmic functions
○ Exponential functions
○ Graphs of exponential functions
○ Properties of exponential functions
○ Logarithmic functions
○ Properties of logarithmic functions
○ Logarithmic and exponential models and applications
● Systems of Equations and Inequalities
○ Linear and Nonlinear systems
○ Two variable system and Elimination
○ Multivariable systems and Row-Echelon Form
○ Partial Fractions
○ Systems of Inequalities
○ Linear Programing

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Week 18 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Group Writing Exercise
2. Mini Project
3. Write a short story script

Vocabulary Words:
• N/a Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   (J.U3) Lesson 3: Engineer It: Thermal Energy and Chemical Processes

Day 1 & 2:   Hands on Lab 8: Choose a Chemical Process, page 163, 164, 165, 166
Day 3 & 4:   Unit Project 3: Design a Chemical Cold Pack, page 115
Day 5:    Test:
(J.U3) Lesson 2: Chemical Equation
(J.U3) Lesson 3: Engineer It: Thermal Energy and Chemical Processes

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   Section 6.5: Molecular Geometry

Day 1:   Review: Section 6.5, Page 207
Day 2 & 3:   Review Chapter 6: pages 209, 210 & 211
Day 4 & 5:   Collect all missing homework to be graded
Check Quizlet test Completed Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week Math 11B will complete its transformation unit by examining dilations. We then round out the semester with a quick update on solving algebraic equations.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Partial Fractions
• Systems of Inequalities
• Linear Programing

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Week 17 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Put it all together (Unit 3) Handbook Page 242 – 249
2. Workbook Page 61-64
3. Listening and Speaking Workshop
4. Writing Workshop

Vocabulary Words:
• N/a Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   (J.U3) Lesson 3: Engineer It: Thermal Energy and Chemical Processes

Day 1: Test:
(J.U2) Lesson 2: Change of State
(J.U3) Lesson 1: Chemical Reaction
Day 2:   Terms: Factors that affect Reaction Rates, Language arts (Page 161)
Homework 20: Do the Math, Page 161
Day 3:   Hands-on Lab 8: Choose a Chemical Process, page 163, 164, 165, 166
Day 4:   Hands-on Lab 8: Choose a Chemical Process, page 163, 164, 165, 166
Day 5:   Quizzes: Lesson 3 Self-Check, pages 169, 170, 171

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   Section 6.5: Molecular Geometry

Day 1:   Test: Chapter 3, Section 3 and Chapter 6, Section 1/2/3/4″
Day 2:   Terms: Valence-Shell Electron-Pair Repulsion Theory, Trigonal-Planar Molecules,
Tetrahedral, Molecules, Unshared Electron Pairs, Trigonal-Pyramidal Molecules,
Angular Molecules, Other Molecular Shapes, Table Page 200
Day 3:   Terms: Sample Problem (Page 201), Orbital Notation, Hybridization, Hybrid Orbitals,
Geometry Hybrid Orbitals
Day 4:   Terms: Intermolecular Forces, Dipole, Dipole-Dipole Forces, Hydrogen Bonding, London
Dispersion Forces
Day 5:   Modelling Molecules Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week 11B will examine transformations, specifically how translations, reflections and rotations move a shape around the coordinate plane.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Elimination Method
• Graphs of Linear and Non-linear Systems of Equations
• Multivariable Linear Systems
• Partial Fractions

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Week 16 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 212 – 223
2. Workbook Page 86 – 92
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Activist
• Communicate
• Elections
• Public Awareness
• Publication Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   (J.U3) Lesson 2: Chemical Equation

Day 1:   Terms: Law of conservation of Matter, Balanced Chemical Equations
Homework 17: Evaluate a Chemical Reactions, page 146″
Day 2:   Quizzes: Lesson 2 Self-Check, pages 149, 150, 151
Day 3:   “Hands-on Lab 6: Observe Changes, page 125, 126
Homework 18: Take it Further “”Balancing a Chemical Equation”” page 147 & 148″
Day 4:   Terms: Unit Starter (Thermal Energy & Chemical Processes), Lesson 3 Starter (Can you
Explain It?), Energy Flow, Energy Transfer, Model Energy Movement
Day 5:   Terms: Energy & Chemical Processes, Rates of Energy Transformation
Homework 19: Do the Math, Page 159″

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   Section 6.3: Ionic Bonding and Ionic Compounds
Section 6.4: Metallic Bonding

Day 1:   Test: Chapter 3, Section 3 (Practice)
Day 2:   Review: Section 6.3, Page 193
Day 3:   Terms: Metallic Bonding, Overlapping Orbital, Metallic Properties (Thermal Conductivity,
Luster, Malleability, Ductility), Metallic Bond Strength
Day 4:   Review: Section 6.4, Page 196
Day 5   Test: Chapter 6, Section 1/2/3/4 (Practice) Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week 11B will revisit those basic integer methods of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing – with positive and negative numbers. It may seem like a trip down memory lane, but it is very necessary to have those basic skills under your belt.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Review
• Chapter 3 Test
• Intro to Systems of Equations and Inequalities
• Substitution Method
• Non-linear substitution
• Elimination Method

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Week 15 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 196 – 211
2. Workbook Page 79 – 85
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Affect
• Circumstances
• Injure
• Internal
• Predict
• Reconstruct Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: (J.U3) Lesson 2: Chemical Equation

Day 1: Terms: Chemical Equations (Can you Explain It?), Chemical Formula
Day 2: Terms: Chemical Equation, Modelling Chemical Reactions
Day 3: Hands-on Lab 7: Observe a Chemical Reaction, page 141

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: Section 6.3: Ionic Bonding and Ionic Compounds
Section 6.4: Metallic Bonding

Day 1: Quizlet Test: Section 3.3
Day 2: Terms: Ionic Compound, Formula Unit, Lattice Energy, Melting Point, Boiling Point, Hardness, Deformation, Electrical Conductivity, Polyatomic Ion
Day 3: Review: Section 6.3
Day 4: Terms: Metallic Bonding, Overlapping Orbital, Metallic Properties (Thermal Conductivity, Luster, Malleability, Ductility), Metallic Bond Strength Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week 11B will conclude the unit on geometric shapes with a review and quiz, before embarking on a back-to-basics unit on integers.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Exponential growth and decay
• Carbon dating application and other half life examples
• Review
• Chapter 3 Test

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Week 14 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 184 – 195
2. Workbook Page 72 – 78
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Constitutional
• Occupying
• Policy
• Required
• Restricted
• Violating Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: (J.U3) Lesson 1: Chemical Reaction

Day 1: &nbps; Presentations Unit 2 Connections page 106
Day 2:
• Terms: Changes in Matter, Physical Changes, Chemical Reaction, Signs & Evidence of
Chemical Reactions
• Unit Project 3: Design a Chemical Cold Pack, page 115
Day 3:
• Terms: Questions 22, 23 pages 126
• Homework 15: Analyze Physical Changes & Chemical Reactions, page 126
Day 4:
• Quizzes: Lesson 1 Self-Check, pages 129, 130, 131
• Homework 16: Take it Further “airbag” page 127 & 128

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: Section 6.2: Covalent Bonding and Molecular Compounds

Day 1:
• Terms: Sample/Practice Problem (page 182-183), Sharing multiple pairs of Electrons,
Multiple Bonds
Day 2:
• Terms: Resonance, Network of Bonded Atoms, Sample Problem (page 186)
• Review Homeworks
Day 3:
• Quizlet Test: Section 3.3
Day 4:
• Review: Section 6.2, page 187 Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week in 11B Math we will look at temperature, estimating and converting. We will have a measurement test on Wednesday. For the end of the week, we will begin our unit on basic geometry.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Changing the base of logarithms
• Exponential and Logarithmic equations
• Exponential growth and decay
• Carbon dating application and other half life examples
• Other models of logarithmic and exponential equations

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Week 13 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 170 – 183
2. Workbook Page 65 – 71
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Access
• Community
• Construction
• Establishment
• Previous
• Principle Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   (J.U2) Lesson 2: Change of State
(J.U3) Lesson 1: Chemical Reaction”

Day 1:   Unit 2 Review page 107-110
Day 2:
• Terms: Chemical Processes and Equations(Why It Matters), Unit Starter (Identifying Chemical
Reactions), Lesson 3 Starter (Can you Explain It?), Properties of Matter, Physical Properties,
Chemical Properties
• Homework 13: Do the Math, page 120
Day 3:   Classwork: Presentations Physical Model Unit 1
Day 4:
• Terms: Changes in Matter, Physical Changes, Chemical Reaction
• Unit Project 3: Design a Chemical Cold Pack, page 115

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   Section 6.1: Chemical Bonding
Section 6.2: Covalent Bonding and Molecular Compounds

Day 1:
• Terms: Chemical Bond, Ionic Bonding, Covalent Bonding, Nonpolar-covalent Bond, Polar,
Polar-covalent Bond
Day 2:
• Terms: Sample Problem Page 173, Molecule, Molecular Compound, Chemical Formula,
Molecular Formula, Potential Energy Between Atoms.
• Review: Section 6.1, page 174″
Day 3:
• Terms: Electron Cloud, Orbit, Average Bond Length, Bond Energy, Octet Rule, Bonds &
Octet Rule, Electron Dot Notation
Day 4:
• Terms: Lewis Structure, Structural Formula, Single Bond, Sample Problem (page 182) Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week in 11B Math we will look at temperature, estimating and converting. We will have a measurement test on Wednesday. For the end of the week, we will begin our unit on basic geometry.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Chapter 3 Exponential Functions and Logarithmic Functions
• Natural Logs
• Properties of Logarithms

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Week 12 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 128 – 141
2. Workbook Page 54 – 60
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Distinctive
• Evidence
• Identical
• Identification
• Invisible
• Visible Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   (J.U2) Lesson 2 Change of State

Day 1 & 2:
• Hands on Lab 5: Observe States of Matter, page 89 & 90

Day 3 & 4:
• Terms: Identifying a change of state, Thermal Energy, Change of State, Melting, Melting
Point, Evaporation, Boiling, Boiling Point
• Homework 10: Do the Math (page 93) & Problems 12, 13 (page 94) ”

Day 5:
• Terms: Condensation, Freezing (solidification), Lava in the Ocean, Pressure
• Homework 11: Take it Further “”Forensics”” page 101 & 102
• Quizzes: Lesson 2 Self-Check, pages 103, 104 & 105″

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book:   Section 3.3 Counting Atoms

Day 1   Terms: Identifying Isotopes (Hyphen Notation, Nuclear Symbol), Nuclide, Unified Atomic
Mass Unit, Average Atomic Mass
Day 2   Terms: Mole, Avogadro’s Number, Molar Mass
Day 3   Terms: Gram/Mole Conversions, Conversions with Avogadro’s Number, Math Problems,
Conversion Factors
Day 4
• Review: Section 3.3, page 91
• Homework: Math Tutor (Moles & Prefixes)”
Day 5   Review Chapter 3: work in groups, pages 93, 94 & 95 Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week 11B will conclude the unit on statistics and begin a new unit on measuring and converting units.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Solve Polynomial Inequalities
• Chapter 2 Review
• Chapter 2 Test
• Chapter 2 Post test review
• Chapter 3 introduction to exponential functions

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Week 11 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 128 – 141
2. Workbook Page 54 – 60
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Distinctive
• Evidence
• Identical
• Identification
• Invisible
• Visible Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: (J.U2) Lesson 2 Change of State

Day 1: Terms: Lesson Phenomenon, Lesson 2 Starter (Can you Explain It?), Energy influences a Change of State

Day 2 & 3:
Self check Lesson 2
• page 103: questions 1, 2
• page 105: question “a”
Lesson 2 Unit 2 Review
• page 107: questions 3, 4, 5
• page 109: question 7
Unit Project (page 71) preps to Build model
• Write a brief description about the model that will explain the phenomenon of
“Disappearing Arctic Sea Ice”

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: Section 3.3 Counting Atoms

Day 1   Terms: Atomic Number, Isotope, Mass number
Day 2   Review Chapter 3: work in groups, pages 93, 94 & 95 exercises (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13, 14a, d, e, h)
Day 3   Review Chapter 3: work in groups, pages 93, 94 & 95 exercises (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13, 14a, d, e, h) Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

In this short week we tackle some fundamental skills: converting percentages to decimals (and back) and basic probability and sample spaces. All very useful in real life!!

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes
• Slant Asympototes
• Analyze and sketch graphs of rational functions
• Solve Polynomial Inequalities

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Review and Exam Week Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

Section A: Vocabulary (20 Marks)
Students will be given various questions on the “Academic- and Key Words” from our Textbook

Section B: Reading Comprehension (20 Marks)
Students will be given a news article to read and answer questions about the article

Section C: Grammar (20 Marks)
Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences
Can/Can’t + Verb for Ability or Possibility
Error Correction (Punctuation, Capital Letters, Grammar, Spelling)

Section D: Writing (10 Marks)
Writing a descriptive paragraph to describe a person, object, place or experience. Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

* There will be 4 sections to this test with the following Score Breakdowns:
✓ 5 True/False questions (4 points each = total 20 points)
✓ 8 Matching questions (3 points each = total 24 points)
✓ 4 Multiple choice questions (4 points each = total 16 points)
✓ 5 Written questions (8 points each = total 40 points)

(Topics)
Units from the Workbook

✓ (J.U1) Lesson 1: The Properties of Matter
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 2: Atoms and Elements”
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 3: Molecules and Extended Structures”
✓ (J.U2) Lesson 1: States of Matter

Vocabulary

Matter, Mass, Earth’s Acceleration, Gravitational Force, Weight, Volume, Displacement Method, Density, State of Matter, Solid, Liquid, Gas, Element, Atom, Properties of Matter, Physical Properties Of Matter, Chemical Properties of Matter, Flammability, Periodic Table, gr, Scale, ml, Group, Period, Atomic Number, Atomic Symbol, Atomic Name, Atomic Mass, Pure Substance, Chemical Bond, Molecule, Compound, Crystal, DNA, “Break Down” In Science.

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

* There will be 5 sections to this test with the following Score Breakdowns:
✓ 4 True/False questions (3 points each = total 16 points)
✓ 8 Matching questions (3 points each = total 24 points)
✓ 4 Multiple choice questions (4 points each = total 16 points)
✓ 4 Written questions (7 points each = total 32 points)
✓ 1 Mathematic Problem (20 points)

(Topics)
Units from the Workbook

✓ Section 1.1: Chemistry is a Physical Science
✓ Section 1.2: Matters and Its Properties
✓ Section 1.3: Elements
✓ Section 2.1: Measurement and Calculations
✓ Section 2.2: Units of Measurement
✓ Section 2.3: Using Scientific Measurement
✓ Section 3.1: The atom, From Philosophical Idea to Scientific Theory
✓ Section 3.2 The Structure of The Atom

Vocabulary
Chapter 1

Science, Chemistry, Chemical, Branches of Chemistry, Research, Pharmaceutical chemists, Forensic chemists, Green chemists, Matter, Mass, Element, Atom, Compound, extensive property, intensive property, Physical properties, Physical changes, change of state, Solid, liquid, Gas, Plasma, Chemical properties , chemical change, Chemical reactions, Reactant, Product, Law of Conservation of Energy, Law of Conservation of Mass, Pure substance, Mixture, homogeneous mixture, Heterogeneous mixture, Breaking down, Group, Period, metals, Nonmetals, Noble gases, Metalloids

Chapter 2

Scientific method, observation, quantitative observation, qualitative observation, system, hypothesis, variable, Control, repetition, replication, theory, model, quantity, SI unit, weight, length, derived units, volume, density, conversion factor, dimensional analysis, accuracy, precision, percent error, significant figures, directly proportional, inversely proportional, meter (m), kilogram (kg), second (s), Kelvin (k), mole (mol), ampere (A), candela (cd), scientific notation

Chapter 3

Law of conservation of mass, law of definite proportions, law of multiple proportions, atom, nucleus, proton, neutron, electron, cathode ray tubes, nuclear forces Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

The Math 11B midterm will focus on the first five chapters of our workbook.

Chapter 1 will cover prime factors, exponents and order of operations.

Chapter 2 is a statistical unit dealing with bar and line graphs, stem-and-leaf plots, lone plots and mean, median, mode and range.

Chapter 3 deals primarily with decimals: comparing and ordering, rounding, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.

Chapter 4 problems will include finding the GCF, simplifying fractions, mixed numbers and improper fractions, LCM, back and forth from decimal to fraction.

Finally, Chapter 5 is all about fractions: adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Rectangular Coordinates
• Graphs of Equations
• Linear Equations in Two Variables
• Functions
• Analyzing Graphs of Functions
• Parent Functions
• Transformations of Functions
• Combinations of Functions: Composites
• Inverse Functions
• Quadratic Functions and Models
• Polynomial functions of a Higher Degree
• Polynomial and Synthetic Division
• Complex Numbers
• Zeros of Polynomial Functions
• Rational Functions
• Nonlinear Inequalities

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Week 8 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 114 – 127
2. Workbook Page 47 – 53
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Achieve
• Construct
• Culture
• Emphasis
• Perception Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: (J.U2) Lesson 1: States of Matter

Day 1: Test 1 (Unit 1)
Day 2: Hands on Lab 4: Observe States of Matter, page 75 & 76
Day 3: Terms: Most Liquids and Solids, Liquid and Solid Water, Water on Earth
Day 4: Self check Lesson 1, pages 83, 84 & 85
Day 5: Collect all missing homework to be graded, Check Quizlet test Completed to be graded

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the book: Section 3.2 The Structure of The Atom

Day 1: Test (Chapter 1 & 2)
Day 2: Quiz Review: Section 3.1, Atom, Nucleus, Proton, Neutron, Electrons(-e),
Cathode Rays & (-e), Charge and Mass of The (-e)
Day 3: Atom (Positively-Charged Nuclei), Nucleus(Proton & Neutron), Properties of Subatomic Particles, Quiz Section 2.3, page 63″
Day 4: Terms: Nuclear Forces, Electron’s Radii
Classroom grading Review: Section 3.2″
Day 5: Collect all missing homework to be graded, Check Quizlet test Completed” Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week 11B will be examining ratios and proportions. Last week’s fraction review will be put to good use!

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Complex Numbers
• Finding zeros of polynomial functions
• How many zeros
• How to find the zeros
• Complex zeros
• Rational Zeros
• Descarte’s rule of signs

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Week 7 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 102 – 113
2. Workbook Page 40 – 46
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Attitude
• Categories
• Communication
• Manipulating
• Response Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the Book:   (J.U2) Lesson 1: States of Matter

Day 1:   Term: States of Matter and Changes of States(Why It Matters),
Unit Starter (Identifying Characteristics of Matter)
Test practice: Unit 1

Day 2:   Terms: Lesson 1 Starter (Can you Explain It?)
Unit Project 2, page 71

Day 3:   Test practice: Unit 1
Terms: Identify Patterns in Shape and Volume(Engineer it, page 76)

Day 4:   Terms: Particles of Matter, Models Particles in solids, liquids & gases

Day 5:   Terms: Characteristics on states of matter
Test practice: Unit 1

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

Units from the Book:  Section 2.3: Using Scientific Measurement
Section 3.1: The atom, From Philosophical Idea to Scientific Theory

Day 1:   Review: Section 2.3, page 63

Day 2:   Test :Chapter 1 (Practice)
Review: Section 2.3, page 63

Day 3:   Review Chapter 2: work in groups, pages 65, 66 & 67

Day 4:   Terms: Law of conservation of Mass, Law of Definite Proportions,
Law of Multiple Proportions.
Test :Chapter 1 (Practice)

Day 5:   Terms: Dalton’s atomic Theory
Review: Section 3.1 Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week we get reacquainted with those basic fraction skills – adding and subtracting, multiplying and dividing, rounding and estimating.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Standard form and Definition form of a Quadratic
• Quadratic Functions and Models
• Finding the Vertex
• Polynomial functions of a Higher Degree
• Polynomial and Synthetic Division

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Week 6 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Work through Keystone Handbook, Page 88 – 101
2. Workbook Page 33 – 39
3. Prepare to Read. Review and Practice. Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary Words:
• Conflict
• Identity
• Interpret
• Issue
• Reveal Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

From the workbook:
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 1: The Properties of Matter
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 2: Atoms and Elements
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 3: Molecules and Extended Structures”

It includes the following terms:
We have to complete a quiz about the three lessons in the Unit one on pages 63, 64, 65 & 66

Moreover:
✓ Student will show their Presentations about the following topics:
o Unit 1 Connections page 62
o Unit 1 Performance Task, pages 67 & 68

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

From the Workbook:
✓ Section 2.3: Using Scientific Measurement

It includes the following terms:
Error in Measurement, Significant Figure(SF), Significant Zeros, Significant Figure (Rounding, addition/Subtraction/Multiplication/Division), Conversion Factors & Significant Figures, Scientific Notation (addition/Subtraction/Multiplication/Division), Guide to Solve Problems

Moreover: Different types of mathematic problems Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week we get old school and examine fractions, looking at simplifying fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, and Least Common Multiple.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Inverse Functions
• Finding an Inverse Function
• Chapter 1 Test
• Standard form and Definition form of a Quadratic

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Week 5 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1. Put it all together (Unit 1) Handbook Page 78 – 85
2. Workbook Page 29-32
3. Listening and Speaking Workshop
4. Writing Workshop

Vocabulary Words:
• N/A Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

From the workbook:
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 3: Molecules and Extended Structures

It includes the following terms:
In class, We will be checking the Progress in the preparations of the Presentations and we will review the HomeWorks 7, 8

Moreover:
✓ Classroom review: Lesson 3 Self-Check (Teamwork), pages 59, 60 & 61
✓ Homework 9: Take it Further “People in Science” page 57 & 58
✓ Class with games using Quizlet App

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

From the Workbook:
✓ Section 2.2: Units of Measurement
✓ Section 2.3: Using Scientific Measurement

It includes the following terms:
Derived Units, Volume, Converting SI Units, Weight, Mass, Density, Conversion Factor (CF), Dimensional analysis, Deriving Conversion Factors, Math Problems with SI., accuracy, Precision, Percentage Error

Moreover: A review of Review: Section 2.2, page 48 and class with games using Quizlet App. Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week 11B will continue with a review of basic Algebra skills, dividing fractions, greatest common factor and simplifying fractions. There will be a test on Wednesday on decimals.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Basic Operations of Functions
• Combinations of Functions: Composite Functions
• Inverse Functions
• Finding an Inverse Function

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Week 4 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

• Reading: Vocabulary building: Context, Dictionary skills, word study
• Reading Strategy: Use Visuals
• Text Type: Informational Text (Science)
• Grammar: Complex and Compound – Complex sentences
• Writing: Describe an object

Vocabulary Words:
• Analytical
• Function
• Logical
• Process
• React Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

From the workbook:
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 3: Molecules and Extended Structures

It includes the following terms:
Lesson 3 Starter (Can you Explain It?), pure substance, Molecule, Chemical Bond, compound, Compare Models of Elements and Compounds, analysing the structure of matter, models of simple molecules, Model of complex Molecules, Extended Structures, Crystal, Evaluate Molecule Models, Structure & Properties, Element & Properties, Different structure with same element

Moreover:
✓ Hands on Lab 3: Model Molecules, pages 48 & 49
✓ Homework 7: Do the Math “Identify Ratios” page 44
✓ Homework 8: Engineer It “Evaluate Cost v/s Performance” page 56

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

From the Workbook:
✓ Section 2.1: Measurement and Calculations
✓ Section 2.2: Units of Measurement

It includes the following terms:
Scientific Method, System, Hypothesis, Controls & Variables, Repetition and Replication, Theory, Model. Terms: SI Units (From review section 1.3) page 26, Quantity, Sisteme International d’Unites (Base Units & prefixes), Mass/Weight, Length

Moreover: A review of Review: Section 2.1, page 36 Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week in 11B Math we conclude our statistics unit before proceeding to the next unit on decimals. Basic stuff, but it’s important to master.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Library of Parent Functions
• The six parent functions and variations
• Transformation of functions
• Grid and non-grid transformations

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Week 3 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

• Reading: Vocabulary building: Literary Terms, word study
• Reading Strategy: Identify problems and solutions
• Text Type: Literature (Novel excerpt and Poetry)
• Grammar: Simple present for habitual actions or routines
• Writing: Describe an event

Vocabulary Words:
• Analyze
• Concept
• Conclude
• Occur
• Precisely
• Schedule Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

From the workbook:
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 2: Atoms and Elements
✓ Classroom review: Lesson 2 Self-Check (Teamwork), pages 37, 38 & 39

It includes the following terms:
Properties of Elements, Atoms, Similarities Between Elements, Organize Items by Properties, The Periodic Table, Representing Elements

Moreover:
✓ Homework 5: Do the Math, Model Atoms and Elements, page 28.
✓ Homework 6: Engineer It, Take It Further, page 34

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

From the Workbook:
✓ Section 1.3: Elements
✓ Review Chapter 1: work in groups, pages 27, 28 & 29

It includes the following terms:
Periodic Table (Metal, Non-metal, Noble Gases, Metalloid)

Moreover: A review of Review: Section 1.3, page 25 Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

After last week’s review of Algebra skills, we begin a unit on statistics, examining such useful tools as bar graphs, line graphs, stem-and-leaf plots and line plots.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Review of chapter 1 units 1-4
• Mid Chapter Test
• Domain and Range
• Increasing and Decreasing functions
• Average rates of change
• Even and Odd Functions

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Week 2 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

1.  Reading: Vocabulary building: Context, dictionary skills, word study
2.  Reading Strategy: Preview
3.  Text Type: Informational Text (Science)
4.  Grammar: Can/Can’t + Verb for ability or possibility
5.  Writing: Describe a person

Vocabulary Words:
• Environment
• Factors
• Individual
• Respond
• Unique Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

From the workbook:

✓ (J.U1) Lesson 1: The Properties of Matter
✓ (J.U1) Lesson 2: Atoms and Elements”

It includes the following terms:

States of Matter, Properties of Matter (Physical, Chemical), Lesson 2 Starter (Can you Explain It?), Elements.

And two experiences in Laboratory:

✓ Hands on Lab: Measure Density (Monday)
✓ Hands on Lab: Compare Densities”(Friday)

Moreover:

✓ Homework 3: Relate Density to Volume”
✓ Homework 4: Engineer It (questions 23, 24 from page 16), Take It Further.
✓ Classroom review: Homework (1, 2, 3, 4), Lesson 1 Self-Check (Teamwork)

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

From the Workbook:

✓ Section 1.2: Matters and Its Properties
✓ Section 1.3: Elements

It includes the following terms:

Matter, Mass, Volume, Elements, atom, compound, Extensive/Intensive Properties, Physical Property, Physical Change, Change of state, Solid, Liquid, Gases, Plasma, Chemical Property/Change/Reaction, Reactants, Products, Law of conservation of Energy, Mixture, homogeneous, Solution, Heterogeneous. Separating Mixtures, Pure Substance, Breaking Down Compounds, Laboratory, Chemical and Purity, Periodic Table (Group, Family, Period)

Moreover: A review of Section 1.2″ Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

This week 11B will continue with a review of basic Algebra skills, including variables and expressions, functions, function tables and the area of rectangles and squares.

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Rates of change
• Graphing
• Definition of a function
• Identifying a function
• Vertical line test

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Week 1 Grade 11 English Teacher Franky de Kock

Reading: Vocabulary building: Literary terms, dictionary skills, word study
Text Type: Literature (Novel excerpt, poetry)
Grammar: Compound and complex sentences
Writing: Describe a place
Vocabulary: External, Interact, Perspective, Project, Visualize Grade 11 Physical Science I Teacher Noland Flores

In our first week at school we will get to know classmates and teacher, get familiar with the syllabus, understand the grading policy, understand the most important rules, procedures, and expectations of the school. Students will be working on the Book (J.U1) Lesson 1: “The Properties of Matter” and Safety Preview in Lab/Field. This week two homework assignments will be given and a list of materials for the Laboratory.

Grade 11 Chemistry Teacher Noland Flores

In our first week at school we will get to know classmates and teacher, get familiar with the syllabus, understand the grading policy, understand the most important rules, procedures, and expectations of the school. Students will be working on the Book Chapter 1/Section 1.1: “Chemistry is a Physical Science” and this week will finish with a review of whole Section 1.1. Grade 11 Math Foundations Teacher Neill Dixon

Welcome to Math 11B. Get ready for the big math reboot. We will go over the class syllabus on the first day of school and then promptly leap into our year-long math review. This week we will look at prime factors, exponents and order of operations. Doesn’t that holiday seem oh so short now?

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Teacher Nic Hansen

• Introductions
• Syllabus and class structure
• Rectangular coordinates
• Cartesian plane

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