Monday, May 11, 2020

Bio-2

by Syed Shah on May 11, 2020

Posted in: 11th Grade,12th Grade

Bio-honors

by Syed Shah on May 11, 2020

Posted in: 10th Grade,9th Grade

Bio-1

by Syed Shah on May 11, 2020

Posted in: 10th Grade,9th Grade

5/13 and 5/14 Elective and PE 2: Day 1- Wednesday: PE Standard Three For Physical Education class on Wednesday, you are required to do twenty minutes or more of moderate to vigorous activity. You need to record what your exercises are and the specific amount of time that you performed that exercise. Playing video games does not count as physical activity, even if they are sports games. Playing sports and physically active games, working out, shoveling snow, are all examples of moderate to vigorous physical activity. If you are unsure what to do, an example of a physical activity workout that you could perform would be: 10 pushups, 10 sit-ups, 10 jumping jacks, 1 minute rest Repeat for twenty minutes or more of total exercise. Day 2- Thursday: PE Standard One **This is different from yesterday so read closely** For Physical Education class on Thursday, you are required to do twenty minutes or more of moderate to vigorous activity that involves motor skills and movement patterns. You need to record what your exercises are and the specific amount of time that you performed that exercise. Playing video games does not count as this type of physical activity, even if they are sports games. Playing sports and physically active games, working out, or anything that involves different movements are all examples. If you are unsure what to do, an example of a physical activity workout that you could perform to accomplish this goal is: Cone drills, dot drills, line jumps, etc… Repeat for twenty minutes or more of total exercise. “Children and adolescents should do 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day. Most of the 60 minutes should be either moderate- or vigorous intensity aerobic physical activity, and should include vigorous-intensity physical activity at least 3 days a week. As part of their 60 or more minutes of daily physical activity, children and adolescents should include muscle-strengthening activities, like climbing, at least 3 days a week and bone-strengthening activities, like jumping, at least 3 days a week. Children and adolescents are often active in short bursts of time rather than for sustained periods of time, and these short bursts can add up to meet physical activity needs. Physical activities for children and adolescents should be developmentally appropriate, fun, and offer variety.” (USDA, 2019)

by Ryan Fathauer on May 11, 2020

Posted in: 10th Grade,11th Grade,12th Grade,9th Grade

Period 1, 4, 5, & 6:

Tuesday: Watch the video, take notes, and e-mail me with any questions.

Wednesday: Go to this link and practice #’s 11-22. Answers are on page 3. Email me if you have any questions on the answers. https://www.oakparkusd.org/cms/lib5/CA01000794/Centricity/Domain/663/PA%20U2%20WS%205%20Intro%20to%20Inequalities%20front.pdf

Thursday: IXL K.2

Period 3:

Tuesday: Watch this video, take notes, and email me with any questions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05QwPhUjanE

Wednesday: Go to the following link, practice factoring out a monomial, and e-mail me if you have any questions after checking the answers.

https://www.mesacc.edu/~scotz47781/mat120/notes/factoring/gcf/gcf_practice.html

Thursday: IXL I.1

Period 8:

Tuesday: Watch this video, take notes, and email with any questions:

Wednesday: Watch this video, take notes, and email with any questions:

Thursday: IXL F.3

Here’s your weekly wave of information. I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe and healthy. Just two more weeks of school until we are finished for the year.

Have your student fill out this Google Form and I’ll get an email sent back to them within a couple of days. I enjoy hearing from them on these.
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Zoom meeting at 3 to discuss this week’s assignment, The Wax Museum Timeline. All information on Google Classroom.

AP Economics

  • Make up any missing assignments.
  • Start reviewing study material on Google Classroom and your own notes/study material to prepare for AP Test. Check your email for instructions about AP Test.
  • Zoom Meeting Thursday – Information on Google Classroom.

All Other Classes

  • Tuesday – Watch/Read the weekly article or video posted on your respective Google Classroom.
  • Each class will have one discussions question as well to respond to.
  • This week I will take any missing assignment. I will be reaching out to you about anything you are missing. If i did not get it turned in soon it will remain a 0.