Grade 12
Academic Year 2018/2019
GRADE 12 English 
Academic Year 2018/2019Teacher: 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. 126129 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. 150151 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. 198203 ‘Tsunami’Textbook, Pg. 221 [Workbook, Pg. 61 (Editing), 7374 (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 IISiri 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  
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Review for Finals
(February 18 – 22) Units 14 – 20) 

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Finals
(March 5 – 7) 

Business MathNic Hansen

Term 2


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Implementation of Business Plan Corrections
● How will these changes affect finances? 

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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 

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Simulation & Business Groups
● Christmas Business Plans 

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Simulation & Business Groups
● Preparing for Holiday opportunities 

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Simulation & Business Groups
● Simulation Reports (Turn in Records) 

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Review  
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Midterms  
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Christmas Activities  
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Christmas Holiday  
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Evaluation of Holiday Business Opportunities  
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Corrections to the business after Holiday experiences  
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Preparing to close your business  
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Simulation & Business Groups
● Closing your business and closing your books 

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Simulation & Business Groups  
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Senior Testing  
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Senior Preparation  
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Awards and Prizes for Simulation and Business Groups  
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Review  
40 
Finals  
StatisticsNeill 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 

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Probability Models
– Bernoulli Trials The ten percent rule geometric model binomial model


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Overflow and catch up  
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project  
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Review  
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Midterms  
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Christmas Show Preparation  
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Christmas Holiday  
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3day week
Sampling Distribution Models sampling distribution of a proportion – sampling distributions of other statisitics 

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simulating sample distributions of a mean
fundamental theorem of statistics real world v model world 

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Wednesday: Holiday
Confidence Intervals for Proportions – confidence interval certainty vs precision


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Testing Hypotheses about Proportions
trial as a hypothesis test hypothesis testing pvalues 

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Con’t  
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Tests and Intervals
zero in on the null pvalues alpha levels 

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Friday: Sports Day
Review 

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Finals Grade 12  
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CalculusNic 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 

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Limits and Continuity
● Rates of Change and Tangent Lines 

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Review  
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Midterms – Through Limits and Continuity  
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NonTeaching Week / Christmas Program Practice  
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Christmas Holiday  
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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 

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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  
HealthKaitland 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. 670671)

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  
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Midterms  
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Christmas Show Preparation  
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Christmas Holiday  
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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  
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Finals  