Tuesday, March 31, 2015

US History

Quiz Tomorrow: Here is your study guide.
http://quizlet.com/_1a1pwx



Chapter 14 and 15
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2mk7v8cXovLV1BIczBoR080VUU&usp=sharing

Resume Practice

Here is my resume, please use this to make your own.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLWmdjcXBxUFktbmc/view?usp=sharing

Spanish

Here are our worksheets from today. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLVzBKLWZNa2c1QTJLM3ppbWNSOURMU0hlWC1r/view?usp=sharing

English

3-31-15 – Eng. I – Harris
Note:  J is not in class.
Note:  L continues not to have her book.   I am very proud of her, however, as she attended the first Sat. Blitz—and seemingly benefitted from it!!  ☺

  1. Quiz = 1-10 where you had to determine which sentence is—simple, complex, compound, or compound-complex.
  2. Topic for today:  Indefinite pronouns.  Writer’s Choice book, pg. 116.
  3. In class we took turns and answered questions to W.C. exercises:  12 and 15, pg. 620 – 621.
  4. Homework:  W.C. Book pg. 620, Ex. 14.
  5. Pg. 1131 – checked to see that everyone had their homework.

Physical science





Don't forget Alkanes Test Thursday. You have to know the chemical formulas,  structural formulas, and name for the 1st 10 alkanes. 


Monday, March 30, 2015

Government

Chapter 6 Documents
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2mk7v8cXovLfkdMV3Y0cE5weU9yc19NaFFnNlAyWXhjVTJ2NEFoTjd3anptdm96S2RRNjg&usp=sharing


Current Events are due Thursday!!!

US History


Chapter 14 and 15
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2mk7v8cXovLV1BIczBoR080VUU&usp=sharing

Chapter 15 Guided Reading:
Section 1 and 2 Due Tuesday March 31
Section 3-5 Due Thursday April 2nd

Chapter 15 Section 1-2 Quiz Wednesday

If you did not turn in your assignment from Friday, he will be collecting them tomorrow. Directions for that assignment are on the top of the guided reading document.


Modified Online Assignment C Group
This is in place of the assignment from Friday when they had to go to the website and select three categories.

Pick three videos from the list below. Watch those three videos and take the short quizes after. You can print them off an take them and turn them into Coach Yarbrough.

Brain Pop Username:
GreenwichPS

Password
GPS2009

World War II:
https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/worldwarii/

World War Two Causes
https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/worldwariicauses/

Holocaust
https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/holocaust/

Hiroshima and Nagasaki
https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/hiroshimaandnagasaki/

Adolf Hitler

Anne Frank

English

NOTE TO L AND J:

It is most important that you have your books for class.  This is the second or third day you have come to class and have had to look on someone else’s book.  

J, you need to eat before you come to class so you can think which book to bring, but better yet, when in doubt, bring both!

3-30-15 – Eng. 1 – Harris

1. Do Now:  W.C. Book pg. 560, Ex. 2 (10-20)
2. On board:  Do Now’s are collectable this week
3. Saturday:  EOC Blitz:  8:30 – 12:00  =  free breakfast = free extra credit =  free QUIZ GRADE!!!
4. They reviewed the Do Now in class, and then 

Homework:

5. Pg. 1131 – Answer #5A and 5B
6. Write down the definition of an allusion (as opposed to an “illusion”)

World History


Ok for world history www.phschool.com. code is naa-0411


It is rather complicated to find but they need to do assessment/quiz chapter 29-5. It is 10 questions and the test and answers need to be printed off and turned in today

Spanish

Notebook check is coming:




Quizlet:




Sunday, March 29, 2015

Deaf News

Updated... Monthly Events:

April 10: Deaf Social Dinner

April 11: Read With Me, Sign With Me

April 17: Silent Dinner

April 24: Deaf Coffee Chat


Note: There are two events in the deaf community on April 10.   You have a choice of which one to attend.


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From local interpreter:

“Please announce to your church & tell your friends 

(hearing & Deaf) about this awesome worship experience that will be taking 

place "Memphis Exalt Jesus" on Sat., April 4, 2015, at Redbird Stadium, 

12:15-5:15 (you can drop by & leave when you want) multi-cultural, 

multi-racial, multi-denominational praising Jesus together!  This will be 

interpreted & will have a Deaf section! To find out more information, 

check out www.ExaltJesusMemhis.org     Or. 

Www.facebook.com/groups/ExaltJesusMemphis “


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From DeafConnect:

“The show TRIBES will be playing at Circuit Playhouse (55 S, Cooper St) from April 10-May 3. Tickets are available atplayhouseonthesquare.org

Tribes is the story of a young deaf man who grows up in a hearing family. He meets a young woman who is losing her hearing. She introduces him to deaf culture and sign language, causing him to question where he actually belongs.

This show is R-Rated and is not for children. “


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Have you seen this site of stories signed using International Sign Language?

http://www.h3world.tv/


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Free Glasses

http://tinyurl.com/p8j7zlk


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This Cycle's "America's Next Top Model" Might Be Deaf

http://www.watchdhn.com/#!antm-deaf/c139m


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I’ve shared the story about the White House deaf receptionist.  Here is the story on The Today Show.  CC option available.

http://www.today.com/news/new-white-house-receptionist-west-wing-pioneer-deaf-people-can-2D80574114


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Use your calendar or reminder app to remember to do this short survey for the next few weeks.

From DeafConnect:

We have a great opportunity!  Monogogram Foods is celebrating their 10th anniversary by giving 7 more non-profit organizations $1500 per year for 10 years.  Please nominate DeafConnect!  Here’s what you do:

Go to website:  www.Impact10.com

Click on “Nominate a Mid-South Charity”

Complete the very short form

 

Examples of Acts of kindness that DeafConnect does:

·         Pro bono sign language interpreting for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing community

·         Sponsor sign language interpreter workshops (10 hours)

·         Host American Sign Language class (once a week/12 weeks)

·         Host events for the Deaf community

·         Increase deaf awareness in the Memphis area

·         Fund adult education program for individuals in the Deaf & Hard of Hearing community


DeafConnect of the Mid-South

144 N. Bellevue Blvd

Memphis, TN   38104

901.278.9307

USA


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April 3rd Friday - "Deaf Family Fun Dinner Night" at 6pm

Memphis Incredible Pizza Co.

1245 N. Germantown Pkwy #104,

Cordova, TN 38016

(901) 309-3132

YOU ARE ASKED TO COME EARLY TO MEET AS A GROUP TO RECEIVE A GROUP DISCOUNT.


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April 10, Doors open at 6:30

Deaf Comedian in Memphis at White Station High School

For ages 16 and up

$20 Cash Only

Image of flyer: https://www.scribd.com/doc/259550714/DeafComedian-April102015-WhiteStationHigh-20Cash

Video of Comedian: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02kbw8y

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April 10, 6 p.m.

Deaf Social Dinner

Jason's Deli

4850 Goodman Rd.

Olive Branch, MS 38654


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April 11, Saturday, 11:00 a.m.

Read With Me, Sign With Me

Benjamin  L. Hooks Central Library  

3030 Poplar Ave.

Memphis, TN 38111


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April 17, 6 pm

Silent Dinner

Oak Court Mall


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April 24, 6 pm

Deaf Coffee Chat

Starbucks at 970 N. Germantown Pkwy

Cordova, TN 38018


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Stay Connected

Memphis Deaf Community of the Mid-South:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/410274275812697/


KWBCD go tohttps://www.facebook.com/kwbcdeaf

MCTAD:https://www.facebook.com/MCTAD

DEAFCONNECT:https://www.facebook.com/ASLDeafConnect



Check out the links below to find out churches with deaf ministries or interpreted services.  If you have something to add, double click the space.


Deaf Churches/Churches with interpreted service..

http://padlet.com/terpterrell/byt6owydt714


For events that may be coming up at your church (revival, etc.), post to this link: http://padlet.com/terpterrell/churchevents  .  Items should be removed after the event.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Deaf Events

Thursday, April 9th – Tribes will be performed at Circuit Playhouse – a preview performance for the deaf community.  $10

                                                It’s the story of a young man, born deaf & raised in the oral method.  He is introduced into the deaf community & sign language by a CODA.  It’s the story of

                                                Family interactions. R rated language is used by the family.  British play – coming from off Broadway.

 

Friday, April 10th – John Smith, a deaf comedian from Great Britain, will be performing in the WSHS auditorium.  $20 admission.  The flyer is attached.  His performance is for ages 16+.

                                                He will be in town early and is available to come to the high school and talk w/ students that afternoon (4/10) after lunch.  

English

3-26-15 Harris – Eng. 1

Today:  Group work (groups of 4)

On board:  Do Now:  Lit. book – Pg. 118 (1-4)

1. Periods 1,2, & 4:  March = Women’s History Month / Poster = Extra Credit

Due:  4-02-15 = See Ms. Harris for details.

2. EOC Blitz:  Saturday: 8:30 – 12:00 Extra Credit - * Quiz Grade
3. Guiding Question:  Do heroes have responsibilities?
4. Today’s Objective:  Create a hero based upon an epic, legend, myth or folktale.

On board:  Hero:  include:  

• Name
• Age
• Look (physical characteristics)
• Personality
• Responsibilities
• Powers
• Historical context
• Quest

Be sure you can say it is an epic, myth, legend or whatever because _________________(explain your choice)

5. Homework:  Return signed EOC Form.
6. Red sign posted on front board says:

 

              EOC BLITZ FOR ALL EOC CLASSES!!!!!___________

WHERE:WSHS – Freshman Academy Bldg.

DATES:March 28th, April 11th, 18th, and 25th

TIMES:8:30 – 12:00 Noon

BREAKFAST:8:30AM

Structured lesson for each Saturday!! -Something NEW each time!!

Subjects covered:Biology, Algebra I & II, Chemistry and

English I, II, and III

7. Each grp. Came up and presented their story on their “hero.”  Note:  myths are dealing with interactions between humans and gods.  A folktale hero is a hero that deals with animals.
8. (Meanwhile Ms.Harris checked and returned journals.)

Physical Science





Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Government

THIS WEEK:
-3 Current Event Articles
-Chapter 4 Guided Reading
-Chapter 4 Vocabulary

Quiz Thursday
http://quizlet.com/_19l2xf

Quizlet Version C: If you have not been told you are taking a Version C test then this is not for you.
http://quizlet.com/_19m8fh


Chapter 4 Notes and Guided Reading:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2mk7v8cXovLfkprbG5fVWJ3U25keTRXNjlpZmkxbl84cS1JNGw3ekE5QUU2dXVZSzNqSlE&usp=sharing

EOC Prep



Prom Info

Physical Science

Homework - write chemical formulas and structural formulas for these alkanes. They have examples in their notes. Thanks. 





Biolgogy Kannady

Here are our folder packets: Everything in the link below is what we will be doing in Mrs. Kannady's class till the end of the year. Every student will receive these in a folder so there is no need to print them off unless they are lost or you would like extra practice.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLS1NRbkhUT2UxczlYLWcyQmg5UWxKRVc5VjVr/view?usp=sharing


EOC REVIEW GAMES
Here are a bunch of ways you can study for your Biology EOC Test. I would recommend going to the first Quizlet listed and printing the questions out as cards... it is super easy. You can also use the Quizlet app to study on your phone, or use the different study methods they offer.  Good Luck!!

Biology End of Course EOC Study Guide (Quizlet, 177+ Questions)
http://quizlet.com/_kefga

EOC Practice Test: On Quizlet (Purple Book)
http://quizlet.com/_o3qx7

ALL EOC TESTS:
http://www.tn.gov/education/assessment/sec_samplers.shtml

EOC Practice Test:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLU2w1Q21Yek0zREk/edit?usp=sharing

EOC Item Sampler:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLbGNTZTdXWklrUXM/edit?usp=sharing

Want to print this out....
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLaWVmVVFxcUFCVTA/edit?usp=sharing

EOC REVIEW GAMES (2012)


Monday, March 23, 2015

US History

Chapter 14 and 15
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2mk7v8cXovLV1BIczBoR080VUU&usp=sharing

Your Guided Reading, Your Notes... everything you need so far is in Google Drive above.


Wednesday:
Quiz

Thursday:
Chapter 14 Section 3 is Due Thursday

Here is a great link for those who would like to look more into World War II
http://www.nationalww2museum.org/index.html

Biology Kannady

Today we worked on the following worksheets together.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2mk7v8cXovLR004bVlMc1ZqeXdkTzhtOHpJS1JTNjU3M2Vj/view?usp=sharing

http://explorebiology.com/documents/LE/EOYReview5Genetics2007.pdf

We will start working on our EOC folders on Friday.

Physical Science

Study today's physical science notes - possible quiz on them tomorrow. You have the notes.


Spanish Monday

Remember that everything is on Mrs. Satar's blog.

Look under Quarter 5


UNIT 5 QUIZLET


Also download the app called: Duo Lingo it is free and has good lesson's practicing your spanish. 








Below is the day that you will do your Bell Work Presentation. 



Sunday, March 22, 2015

Deaf News - Announcements

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Nominate Dummy Hoy to the Baseball Hall of Fame   … spread the word


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Looking for flashcards and games to help with Sight Words?  

New:
See under
March 28:  local BDA meeting.
April 3:  "Deaf Family Fun Dinner Night"
April 10:  Deaf Comedian in Memphis


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I will post more information once received:
Storm Spotters Class and a free CERT Training Classes will be interpreted
May 1st Storm Spotters class 9 am-11
CERT training class is April 18th and 25th.. 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

About CERT


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Use your calendar or reminder app to remember to do this short survey for the next few weeks.
From DeafConnect:
We have a great opportunity!  Monogogram Foods is celebrating their 10th anniversary by giving 7 more non-profit organizations $1500 per year for 10 years.  Please nominate DeafConnect!  Here’s what you do:
Go to website:  www.Impact10.com
Click on “Nominate a Mid-South Charity”
Complete the very short form

Examples of Acts of kindness that DeafConnect does:
·         Pro bono sign language interpreting for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing community
·         Sponsor sign language interpreter workshops (10 hours)
·         Host American Sign Language class (once a week/12 weeks)
·         Host events for the Deaf community
·         Increase deaf awareness in the Memphis area
·         Fund adult education program for individuals in the Deaf & Hard of Hearing community

DeafConnect of the Mid-South
144 N. Bellevue Blvd
Memphis, TN   38104
USA

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Loved this Samsung advertisement.  People in town learn basic sign language to welcome a deaf visitor:

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Deaf Education: A New Philosophy

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March 27, 6 p.m.
Deaf Coffee Chat
Starbucks at 970 N. Germantown Pkwy
Cordova, TN 38018

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March 28, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Parent Workshop
IDEA and Eligibility Training
Methodist/LeBonhuer Germantown
7691 Poplar Ave
Classroom 1 and P2003 Pavillon
Childcare and activities available
Interpreter provided

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March 28, 6 p.m.
MCBDA, Inc. is having a short BDA meeting on Saturday March 28th at Cross of Calvary Lutheran Church, 4327 Elvis Presley Blvd. follow by a St. PatricK's Party with food, games, prizes, etc.  Time is: 6:00 pm-9:00 pm.  Cost is $4.00 if you bring food or snacks, $6.00 without foods.  Ages 12-7 is $3.00. Ages 6 and under are free. Everyone is WELCOME!!!!
We will also be accepting new members.  Dues are only $25.00/yr.

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April 3rd Friday - "Deaf Family Fun Dinner Night" at 6pm
Memphis Incredible Pizza Co.
1245 N. Germantown Pkwy #104,
Cordova, TN 38016

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April 10, Doors open at 6:30
Deaf Comedian in Memphis at White Station High School
For ages 16 and up
$20 Cash Only


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Stay Connected
Memphis Deaf Community of the Mid-South:



Check out the links below to find out churches with deaf ministries or interpreted services.  If you have something to add, double click the space.

Deaf Churches/Churches with interpreted service..

For events that may be coming up at your church (revival, etc.), post to this link: http://padlet.com/terpterrell/churchevents  .  Items should be removed after the event.