Friday, September 28, 2007
Pre-IB Biology (Bidwell and Robinson): http://go.hrw.com/hrw.nd/gohrw_rls1/pKeywordResults?keyword=HM2%20HOME *
Integrated Science Honors (Chrisco): http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0078685524/
AP World History (Rose): http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072424354/student_view0/
*On the Biology website, there are vocabulary sheets and study guides available for your use. I will upload the vocabulary onto Scribd as we reach the corresponding chapters. Once you get to the page, scroll down and click on the chapter you want to review.
Thursday, September 27, 2007
Geometry Honors (Naes and Sales) : Hotmath*
*You need the password to log on to Hotmath, ask your teacher for it.
**If you're taking French, you should have your own individual ID and password.
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Mr. Naes mentioned that the test will be mostly based on the quiz we took last week, which is bad for Mrs. Sales' class because we haven't gotten our quizzes back yet....
As for APWH, Mr. Rose mentioned that there will be ten short-answer identifications, of which you MUST complete at least three.
For the biology test in Ms. Bidwell's, it is on Friday and will be vocabulary-based. So study the bolded words in the guide, make sure you know what the functions of different parts in the cell are, and you should do fine. Try doing some of the section review/chapter review questions mentally for practice. The biology test for Mr. Robinson's class is on Monday.
Mr. Naes' Geometry Test is tomorrow, Thursday. Go over the Chapter Review he handed out in class, and read over the postulates covered in Chapter 3. I believe he mentioned that most of the test will come from the section about proving lines parallel. In Ms. Sales' class the test is...when, Halie?
For the upcoming APWH test, Mr. Rose mentioned that there will be prompt questions for which the answers can be in bullet form. We will also be required to write theses for the prompts. Study the chapter vocabulary, the outlines we copy in class, and the outline from the website. Additionally, if you haven't already done the study questions, do so - they are important for understanding ideas in the chapter. Review those once you are done.
I hope these tips will help you get ready for this week's tests!
Monday, September 24, 2007
Now as my editor was just so eager to point out, Geometry is her best subject (she got a 102 average on her progress report). So if you have any questions, feel free to leave her a message about it on Scribd. My best subject is Biology, which I received a 102 average on. We realize that not many people are taking Algebra II, but since we both are, we publish those too.
Sunday, September 23, 2007
And, we just broke the top 20 on Scribd! Take a look at the front page....#11...
Note that not only do we have Bio Notes, we also have Geometry and Algebra II Notes.
EDIT: I realize that I didn't put enough emphasis on the fact that we have notes on other subjects....aka math, which is like everyone's worst subject (or so I'm told, geometry is actually my BEST subject...).
Friday, September 21, 2007
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Thursday, September 20, 2007
Today I'll try to get everything that's been done so far on there. If you have any questions about classes or something, feel free to ask by posting a discussion on the group page at Scribd.