Friday, January 23, 2009
AP Biology, Prokaryotes Class Lecture Notes
Monday, January 19, 2009
Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - No School :)
- IB TOK (Mrs. Brooks) - Journal Entry (Who Won the Olympics?) Due today.
- AP Biology (Ms. Bidwell) - There is a test on Chapters 22 - 25. This is including Chapter 22 and 25.
- IB World Geography (Mr. Sutton) - The rough draft of the IA is due. Remember, the max is 1500 words. Sutton suggests apportioning the word count for each section according to how many points the section is worth. For instance, since Parts A, B, C, and E are each worth 5 marks out of 30, and Part D is worth 10 marks, then to assign the words proportionally, Parts A, B, C, and E should each get approximately 250 words each, while Part D should be reserved for approximately 500 words.
- IB English IV (Mrs. Benson) - Have part four of Crime and Punishment read.
- IB English IV (Mrs. Benson) - Essay (2-3 pages) due on Crime and Punishment: Pick a character. Examine their motivations and textual function. Describe when and how they are introduced, and the effect of their presence and actions on the plot, development of other characters, theme, and ideas of the novel. Due today.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
APEH, The French Revolution and Napoleon
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Sunday, January 11, 2009
I apologize for the somewhat scant update from last week. Many of us, I guess (me, at least) were still adjusting to the end of break. Thanks to Seth for getting his info in! History Fair students - if you are competing in the Historical Paper category, turn in four copies of your paper to your history teacher on Tuesday, January 13!
Oh, and all students attending Florida District 1 Thespian Festival this weekend--remember to arrange with your teachers to turn in Friday assignments later. Or, in the case of Mr. Bobbitt and others like him, turn things in early.
- IB Chemistry III (Nagel) - Assessment statements for Part 13 of the Core due. Lab today.
- IB English IV (Benson) - Keep reading Crime and Punishment!
- IB Theatre II (Brooks) - Research Investigation Due. HL, don't forget critique of sources!
- IB Pre-Calculus (Li) - There is a quiz on Section 6.4.
- AP Calculus BC (Bobbitt) - AP problems due. Calc labs will be returned for corrections today.
- IB Chemistry III (Nagel) - Worksheet due.
- IB Biology III and IV (Bidwell) - Test today. Assessment statements due.
- IB Chemistry III (Nagel) - Assessment statements for Option A8 due. Data analysis for Beer-Lambert lab due today (no intro, procedure, conclusion, etc. necessary-just tables and graphs and answers.)
- AP English Language and Composition (Harvilchuck) - There is a reading quiz on "The Story of an Hour," which starts on page 66 of Literature.
- Pre-IB Chemistry I (Nagel) - There is a test on Chapter 8 today - Chemical Reactions.
- IB English IV (Benson) - Test on Parts II and III of Crime and Punishment.
- IB Chemistry III (Nagel) - Test on Periodicity and Option A8 today. Appropriate ssessment statements and a brief guide will be posted Wed. night.
- AP Calculus BC (Bobbitt) - IB Review packet #2 due today. There will be an "activity" (IB or AP) counting toward our overall review (not test) grade today. It will not deal with Ch. 8.
- AP Calculus AB (Paedae) - There is a test on 4.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. It can be taken either today or on Friday. If you choose to take it on Friday, you will be given a worksheet to complete.
- Pre-IB Chemistry I (Smith) - There is a test on Chapter 8 today - Chemical Reactions.
- Algebra II Honors (Bobbitt) - Test on irrational and complex numbers - Chapter 6.
- IB Biology III (Bidwell) - Simulated fruit fly lab due.
- AP Calculus BC (Bobbitt) - Corrected Calc Lab #3 due today.
- AP European History (Bullington) - There is a test spanning the aftermath of the French Revolution to the end of Napoleon's reign.
- AP Calculus AB (Paedae) - There is a test on 4.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. You need to take it today if you did not take it on Thursday.
Monday, January 5, 2009
- IB World Geography (Mr. Sutton) - It'd be nice to have some research done for your IA, though it's not mandatory. Don't forget the rough draft is due 20 January.
- IB Theatre I (Mrs. Brooks) - I recommend being up-to-date on your journal entries, though she hasn't given us any sort of due date for anything yet.
- AP Chemistry (Mrs. Smith) - The take-home test on Chapters 13 and 14 will be due.
- AP English Literature and Composition (Mr. Murray) - I apologize for not getting the assignment myself, as I didn't see the board, but through reliable sources I have heard that we will be having a quiz on major themes and characters from Madame Bovary. Be sure to have all of the book read. If someone could comment and confirm this, that would be great.