CTE

Accounting/Business Management Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
Newspaper, Magazine, or Internet
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students should complete articles just like we did every Monday in class.
 
Student Instructions
Overall Grade Improvement Opportunities: 2 Minor Grade Replacements: Complete 2 Business articles just like we did every Monday in class. Email BOTH the article and your summary to me. 1 Major Grade Replacement: Write a 2 page paper on the following subject. Email the paper to me. "Job competition can be very intense. Consider yourself to be a bundle of skills that businesses will buy. Identify 4 skills, and explain how they make you unique and appealing to a business."
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Grade replacements
 
Comments
Resource
Newspaper, Magazine, or Internet
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students should complete articles just like we did every Monday in class.
 
Student Instructions
Grade Replacement Opportunities: 2 Minor Grade Replacements: Complete 2 Business articles just like we did every Monday. Email BOTH the article and your 1/2 page summary to me. 1 Major Grade Replacement: Write a 2 page paper on the following topic. Email your paper to me. "Job competition can be very intense. Consider yourself to be a bundle of skills that businesses will buy. Identify 4 skills, and explain how they make you unique and appealing to a business."
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Grade replacements
 
Comments
Resource
 
 
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Parent Instructions
 
 
 
Student Instructions
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
 
 
Comments
Automotive Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Students will watch a Video from "How To Automotive" then write a reflection article on what they have learned.
 
Student Instructions
Students please watch a video from "How to Automotive". The video is called What Mechanics Can Do In Tough Times. This video discusses what a mechanic can do during tough economics times to earn money as a car mechanic. After viewing, write a reflection journal on what you have learned.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Standard 5.0 Students will prepare a vehicle for service.
 
Comments
 
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Parent Instructions
Students will watch a Video from "How To Automotive" then write a reflection article on what they have learned.
 
Student Instructions
Students please watch a video from "How to Automotive". The video is called The Future of the Automotive Repair Buisness. This video features some of the new trends that are being used in Auto shops. After viewing, write a reflection journal on what you have learned.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Standard 4.0 Students will identify and properly use, maintain, and store automotive service hand tools, power tools, and shop equipment.
 
Comments
 
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Parent Instructions
Students will watch a Video from "Is ASE Certification Worth It" then write a reflection Journal on what they have learned.
 
Student Instructions
Students please watch a video "Is ASE Certification Worth It". The video is from FlatRateMaster. This video features discussion about the worth of ASE certification for a mechanic. After viewing, write a reflection journal on what you have learned.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Standard 6.0 Students will perform basic vehicle engine service and maintenance.
 
Comments
Clinical Internship Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
Please see the instructions below.
 
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Parent Instructions
Please have your student write a paragraph explaining how they showed professionalism while at the clinical sites.
 
Student Instructions
Please write a paragraph explaining how you showed professionalism while at the clinical sites.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Standard 15: Students will show professionalism.
 
Comments
This will replace the grade you previously made for this assignment. Have this emailed to me by May 8, 2020.
Resource
Please see the instructions below!
 
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Parent Instructions
Please have your student redo the paragraph explaining how they have shown flexibility at the clinical sites this year.
 
Student Instructions
Please write a paragraph explaining how you have shown flexibility at the clinical sites this year.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Standard 16: Students will demonstrate flexibility.
 
Comments
Please email me your work by May 8, 2020.
Resource
 
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Parent Instructions
Please have your student retake any module we did from January-March from the NHA website.
 
Student Instructions
Retake any module we did from January-March from the NHA website. Please tell me what test you did.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will improve a test score from one of the CCMA test modules.
 
Comments
Please have this done by May 8, 2020.
Coding I, Coding II, Coding Practicum Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
 
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Parent Instructions
All students enrolled in Mrs. Essex's Classes has access to their accounts. Please complete all of the lessons. Students MUST email me in order to recieve credit.
 
Student Instructions
Complete the following: Log into Codehs.com Complete: Project: Helicopter Game Complete all 5 lessons Email me when you are finished.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TLW: Create a game using the template in the program.
 
Comments
PLEASE email me for credit. Thanks and Good Luck.
Resource
 
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Parent Instructions
How do computers store and manipulate information? In this lesson, students learn how computers abstract complicated information into manageable chunks that they can then store and manipulate. All students have their own log in information. Please email me once you have completed the assignments and Quiz.
 
Student Instructions
Log into Codehs.com. Locate the Digital Information Unit. Begin the lessons. 7 lessons in all to complete will count as daily grades. The quiz will count a a major grade replacement. You MUST complete the lessons in order for the quiz grade to count. Please email me once you have completed the assignments.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will be able to: explore and explain abstraction and the different ways that we can represent digital information.
 
Comments
Resource
 
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Parent Instructions
In this activity, students will learn how to use block coding to make-a-shot game. They will customize different aspects of their program to create a final product that can be shared with family and friends. Once your student has completed the assignments, please have them email me for grading.
 
Student Instructions
Log into Codehs.com. Locate the Coding in Sports Tab. Click and complete the 5 assignments. They will replace daily work. The Final Inspiration will be a major grade replacement. Please email me once all work is completed. Due no later than May 11 at 8 AM.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
SWBAT use JavaScript block coding to create a customized make-a-shot game by changing parameters for background images, ball objects, goals, and paddle types.
 
Comments
Computer Applications Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Introduction to Microsoft® Office 2016 - Unit 3 Assessment
 
Student Instructions
Introduction to Microsoft® Office 2016 - Unit 3 Assessment
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
To become comfortable using Microsoft® Excel to create spreadsheets used both in the classroom and real-world.
 
Comments
 
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Parent Instructions
Introduction to Microsoft® Office 2016 - Unit 3 (Vocabulary)
 
Student Instructions
Introduction to Microsoft® Office 2016 - Unit 3 (Vocabulary)
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
To examine the uses of Microsoft® Excel.
 
Comments
 
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Parent Instructions
Introduction to Microsoft® Office 2016 - Unit 3 (Label the Excel Window)
 
Student Instructions
Introduction to Microsoft® Office 2016 - Unit 3 (Label the Excel Window)
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
To learn the layout of Microsoft® Excel.
 
Comments
Computer Science Foundations Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
This assignment can be found on CodeHS. All students should have access. If any student is having trouble accessing our CodeHS (forgot password etc), please reach out to me via email.
 
Student Instructions
Students, login to CodeHS to complete the Computing Ideas Posttest.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TSWBAT demonstrate knowledge of basic computing concepts, basic programming concepts, and basic web design concepts.
 
Comments
• Please email  with any questions. • Major Grade Opportunity - this will replace a test or project from Q3.
 
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Parent Instructions
This assignment is posted to our Google Classroom. All students should have access. If any student is having trouble accessing our Google Classroom (forgot password etc), please reach out to me via email.
 
Student Instructions
Students, login to Google Classroom to complete this 25 Common HTML Tag review worksheet. Don't forget to press 'turn-in' when finished!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TSWBAT explore and identify various languages, such as Python, HTML, PHP, C++, Visual Basic, Java, JavaScript, and C #.
 
Comments
• Please email with any questions. • Minor Grade Opportunity - this will replace a classwork grade from Q3.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
This assignment is posted to our Google Classroom. All students should have access. If any student is having trouble accessing our Google Classroom (forgot password etc), please reach out to me via email.
 
Student Instructions
Students, login to Google Classroom to complete this Keyboard Shortcuts worksheet. Don't forget to press 'turn-in' when finished!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TSWBAT create a quick reference guide to identify common keyboard shortcuts.
 
Comments
• Please email with any questions. • Minor Grade Opportunity - this will replace a classwork grade from Q3.
 
Cosmetology Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
Use the PDFs listed below.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students should answer the questions and submit answers by email.
 
Student Instructions
Answer the questions and submit the answers to dnutt@bartlettschools.org Please put you name on the paper as well as the email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Nail disease and disorder review.
 
Comments
Major grade replacement.
Resource
Use the PDFs listed below.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students should answer the questions and submit answers by email.
 
Student Instructions
Answer the questions and submit the answers to dnutt@bartlettschools.org Please put you name on the paper as well as the email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Nail disease and disorder review.
 
Comments
Minor grade replacement.
Resource
Use the PDFs listed below.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students should complete the matching and multiple choice. When complete submit by email.
 
Student Instructions
Answer the questions and submit the answers to dnutt@bartlettschools.org Please put you name on the paper as well as the email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Nail disease and disorder review.
 
Comments
Minor grade replacement.
Criminal Justice 1 Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
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Parent Instructions
Have students use the pdf to review the standards 5 and 6 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 101047.
 
Student Instructions
Use the pdf to review the standards 5 and 6 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 101047.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review previously taught content standards 5 and 6.
 
Comments
Students and Parents, If you have a low/failing grade in criminal justice, or you would just like an opportunity to improve your grade pay close attention to the following information. Grades for Criminal Justice 1 and 2 are composed of 3 categories. Class Work grades are worth 30%, Quiz grades are worth 30%, and Tests/Projects are rolled into one category worth 40%. Bartlett City Schools has approved the following grade improvement opportunity for the students’ third quarter grades: Classwork and Quiz grades: On the Bartlett City Schools website during the week of April 27th through May 1st three assignments will be posted for the criminal justice classes. During the week of May 4th through May 8th three more assignments will be posted. Out of those 6 assignment the students are allowed to complete 4 of them for a grade. Those 4 grades will replace the lowest 4 grades for those students in the Class Work and Quiz categories. So, to be clear the students can not complete all 6 assignments and receive 6 grades. Only 4 grades will be substituted from the work posted to the Bartlett City Schools Website. It is important to remember that only grades form Quarter 3 can be replaced, and Quarter 3 will count as the students’ Semester 2 grades. The work posted will be a series of quizzes on quizziz.com. The codes to participate in those quizzes will be available in the instructions for each assignment. This work will include all of the criminal justice 1 and 2 classes from both teachers. For that reason, the format the students use to input their names on quizziz.com is very important. The students should type their First Name then a Space then their Last Name then a Space then their teachers last name followed by their class period. For example, if my name was John Doe and I was in Mr. Riding’s 4th period class my name on quizizz.com would look like the following: John Doe Riding4 If a student chooses not to use that format there is a chance that their replacement grade will be overlooked, and they may not receive credit for their work. If the student needs to take the quiz more than once that is acceptable, and it is ok if quizziz.com auto populates a new name for them such as John Doe Riding4*. As long as the first 3 parts of their name are correct it will be easier to locate them. When the student has completed all of the assignments (up to 4) that they plan on completing they should email their teacher with their name and class period in the email subject line and in the body of the email tell their teacher which assignments they have chosen to complete. Tests/Projects grades: There are 2 grade replacement opportunities for the Test/Projects category. Both of these can be completed and emailed to the student’s teacher and will take the place of the 2 lowest grades for Tests/Projects in Quarter 3. Students interested in completing these 2 projects should contact their teacher directly. Due Date and Time May 8th at 2pm: ***All of the quizzes on quizziz.com will shut off at 2pm on May 8th and there will not be any other makeup opportunities. Projects emailed to the teacher after 2pm on May 8th will not count as a grade. It would be advisable that the students email their teachers with their completed work and information about the quizzes they have completed before the due date and time in case there are any problems.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Have students use the pdf to review the supreme court cases material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 525221.
 
Student Instructions
Use the pdf to review the supreme court cases material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 525221.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review previously taught content on supreme court cases.
 
Comments
Students and Parents, If you have a low/failing grade in criminal justice, or you would just like an opportunity to improve your grade pay close attention to the following information. Grades for Criminal Justice 1 and 2 are composed of 3 categories. Class Work grades are worth 30%, Quiz grades are worth 30%, and Tests/Projects are rolled into one category worth 40%. Bartlett City Schools has approved the following grade improvement opportunity for the students’ third quarter grades: Classwork and Quiz grades: On the Bartlett City Schools website during the week of April 27th through May 1st three assignments will be posted for the criminal justice classes. During the week of May 4th through May 8th three more assignments will be posted. Out of those 6 assignment the students are allowed to complete 4 of them for a grade. Those 4 grades will replace the lowest 4 grades for those students in the Class Work and Quiz categories. So, to be clear the students can not complete all 6 assignments and receive 6 grades. Only 4 grades will be substituted from the work posted to the Bartlett City Schools Website. It is important to remember that only grades form Quarter 3 can be replaced, and Quarter 3 will count as the students’ Semester 2 grades. The work posted will be a series of quizzes on quizziz.com. The codes to participate in those quizzes will be available in the instructions for each assignment. This work will include all of the criminal justice 1 and 2 classes from both teachers. For that reason, the format the students use to input their names on quizziz.com is very important. The students should type their First Name then a Space then their Last Name then a Space then their teachers last name followed by their class period. For example, if my name was John Doe and I was in Mr. Riding’s 4th period class my name on quizizz.com would look like the following: John Doe Riding4 If a student chooses not to use that format there is a chance that their replacement grade will be overlooked, and they may not receive credit for their work. If the student needs to take the quiz more than once that is acceptable, and it is ok if quizziz.com auto populates a new name for them such as John Doe Riding4*. As long as the first 3 parts of their name are correct it will be easier to locate them. When the student has completed all of the assignments (up to 4) that they plan on completing they should email their teacher with their name and class period in the email subject line and in the body of the email tell their teacher which assignments they have chosen to complete. Tests/Projects grades: There are 2 grade replacement opportunities for the Test/Projects category. Both of these can be completed and emailed to the student’s teacher and will take the place of the 2 lowest grades for Tests/Projects in Quarter 3. Students interested in completing these 2 projects should contact their teacher directly. Due Date and Time May 8th at 2pm: ***All of the quizzes on quizziz.com will shut off at 2pm on May 8th and there will not be any other makeup opportunities. Projects emailed to the teacher after 2pm on May 8th will not count as a grade. It would be advisable that the students email their teachers with their completed work and information about the quizzes they have completed before the due date and time in case there are any problems.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Have students use the pdf to review the standards 10, 11 and 12 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 745201.
 
Student Instructions
Use the pdf to review the standards 10, 11 and 12 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 745201.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review previously taught content standards 10, 11, and 12.
 
Comments
Students and Parents, If you have a low/failing grade in criminal justice, or you would just like an opportunity to improve your grade pay close attention to the following information. Grades for Criminal Justice 1 and 2 are composed of 3 categories. Class Work grades are worth 30%, Quiz grades are worth 30%, and Tests/Projects are rolled into one category worth 40%. Bartlett City Schools has approved the following grade improvement opportunity for the students’ third quarter grades: Classwork and Quiz grades: On the Bartlett City Schools website during the week of April 27th through May 1st three assignments will be posted for the criminal justice classes. During the week of May 4th through May 8th three more assignments will be posted. Out of those 6 assignment the students are allowed to complete 4 of them for a grade. Those 4 grades will replace the lowest 4 grades for those students in the Class Work and Quiz categories. So, to be clear the students can not complete all 6 assignments and receive 6 grades. Only 4 grades will be substituted from the work posted to the Bartlett City Schools Website. It is important to remember that only grades form Quarter 3 can be replaced, and Quarter 3 will count as the students’ Semester 2 grades. The work posted will be a series of quizzes on quizziz.com. The codes to participate in those quizzes will be available in the instructions for each assignment. This work will include all of the criminal justice 1 and 2 classes from both teachers. For that reason, the format the students use to input their names on quizziz.com is very important. The students should type their First Name then a Space then their Last Name then a Space then their teachers last name followed by their class period. For example, if my name was John Doe and I was in Mr. Riding’s 4th period class my name on quizizz.com would look like the following: John Doe Riding4 If a student chooses not to use that format there is a chance that their replacement grade will be overlooked, and they may not receive credit for their work. If the student needs to take the quiz more than once that is acceptable, and it is ok if quizziz.com auto populates a new name for them such as John Doe Riding4*. As long as the first 3 parts of their name are correct it will be easier to locate them. When the student has completed all of the assignments (up to 4) that they plan on completing they should email their teacher with their name and class period in the email subject line and in the body of the email tell their teacher which assignments they have chosen to complete. Tests/Projects grades: There are 2 grade replacement opportunities for the Test/Projects category. Both of these can be completed and emailed to the student’s teacher and will take the place of the 2 lowest grades for Tests/Projects in Quarter 3. Students interested in completing these 2 projects should contact their teacher directly. Due Date and Time May 8th at 2pm: ***All of the quizzes on quizziz.com will shut off at 2pm on May 8th and there will not be any other makeup opportunities. Projects emailed to the teacher after 2pm on May 8th will not count as a grade. It would be advisable that the students email their teachers with their completed work and information about the quizzes they have completed before the due date and time in case there are any problems.
Criminal Justice 2 Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Have students use the pdf to review the standards 7 and 8 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 065326.
 
Student Instructions
Use the pdf to review the standards 7 and 8 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 065326.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review previously taught content standards 7 and 8.
 
Comments
Students and Parents, If you have a low/failing grade in criminal justice, or you would just like an opportunity to improve your grade pay close attention to the following information. Grades for Criminal Justice 1 and 2 are composed of 3 categories. Class Work grades are worth 30%, Quiz grades are worth 30%, and Tests/Projects are rolled into one category worth 40%. Bartlett City Schools has approved the following grade improvement opportunity for the students’ third quarter grades: Classwork and Quiz grades: On the Bartlett City Schools website during the week of April 27th through May 1st three assignments will be posted for the criminal justice classes. During the week of May 4th through May 8th three more assignments will be posted. Out of those 6 assignment the students are allowed to complete 4 of them for a grade. Those 4 grades will replace the lowest 4 grades for those students in the Class Work and Quiz categories. So, to be clear the students can not complete all 6 assignments and receive 6 grades. Only 4 grades will be substituted from the work posted to the Bartlett City Schools Website. It is important to remember that only grades form Quarter 3 can be replaced, and Quarter 3 will count as the students’ Semester 2 grades. The work posted will be a series of quizzes on quizziz.com. The codes to participate in those quizzes will be available in the instructions for each assignment. This work will include all of the criminal justice 1 and 2 classes from both teachers. For that reason, the format the students use to input their names on quizziz.com is very important. The students should type their First Name then a Space then their Last Name then a Space then their teachers last name followed by their class period. For example, if my name was John Doe and I was in Mr. Riding’s 4th period class my name on quizizz.com would look like the following: John Doe Riding4 If a student chooses not to use that format there is a chance that their replacement grade will be overlooked, and they may not receive credit for their work. If the student needs to take the quiz more than once that is acceptable, and it is ok if quizziz.com auto populates a new name for them such as John Doe Riding4*. As long as the first 3 parts of their name are correct it will be easier to locate them. When the student has completed all of the assignments (up to 4) that they plan on completing they should email their teacher with their name and class period in the email subject line and in the body of the email tell their teacher which assignments they have chosen to complete. Tests/Projects grades: There are 2 grade replacement opportunities for the Test/Projects category. Both of these can be completed and emailed to the student’s teacher and will take the place of the 2 lowest grades for Tests/Projects in Quarter 3. Students interested in completing these 2 projects should contact their teacher directly. Due Date and Time May 8th at 2pm: ***All of the quizzes on quizziz.com will shut off at 2pm on May 8th and there will not be any other makeup opportunities. Projects emailed to the teacher after 2pm on May 8th will not count as a grade. It would be advisable that the students email their teachers with their completed work and information about the quizzes they have completed before the due date and time in case there are any problems.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Have students use the pdf to review the standards 9 and 10 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 942400.
 
Student Instructions
Use the pdf to review the standards 9 and 10 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 942400.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review previously taught content standards 9 and 10.
 
Comments
Students and Parents, If you have a low/failing grade in criminal justice, or you would just like an opportunity to improve your grade pay close attention to the following information. Grades for Criminal Justice 1 and 2 are composed of 3 categories. Class Work grades are worth 30%, Quiz grades are worth 30%, and Tests/Projects are rolled into one category worth 40%. Bartlett City Schools has approved the following grade improvement opportunity for the students’ third quarter grades: Classwork and Quiz grades: On the Bartlett City Schools website during the week of April 27th through May 1st three assignments will be posted for the criminal justice classes. During the week of May 4th through May 8th three more assignments will be posted. Out of those 6 assignment the students are allowed to complete 4 of them for a grade. Those 4 grades will replace the lowest 4 grades for those students in the Class Work and Quiz categories. So, to be clear the students can not complete all 6 assignments and receive 6 grades. Only 4 grades will be substituted from the work posted to the Bartlett City Schools Website. It is important to remember that only grades form Quarter 3 can be replaced, and Quarter 3 will count as the students’ Semester 2 grades. The work posted will be a series of quizzes on quizziz.com. The codes to participate in those quizzes will be available in the instructions for each assignment. This work will include all of the criminal justice 1 and 2 classes from both teachers. For that reason, the format the students use to input their names on quizziz.com is very important. The students should type their First Name then a Space then their Last Name then a Space then their teachers last name followed by their class period. For example, if my name was John Doe and I was in Mr. Riding’s 4th period class my name on quizizz.com would look like the following: John Doe Riding4 If a student chooses not to use that format there is a chance that their replacement grade will be overlooked, and they may not receive credit for their work. If the student needs to take the quiz more than once that is acceptable, and it is ok if quizziz.com auto populates a new name for them such as John Doe Riding4*. As long as the first 3 parts of their name are correct it will be easier to locate them. When the student has completed all of the assignments (up to 4) that they plan on completing they should email their teacher with their name and class period in the email subject line and in the body of the email tell their teacher which assignments they have chosen to complete. Tests/Projects grades: There are 2 grade replacement opportunities for the Test/Projects category. Both of these can be completed and emailed to the student’s teacher and will take the place of the 2 lowest grades for Tests/Projects in Quarter 3. Students interested in completing these 2 projects should contact their teacher directly. Due Date and Time May 8th at 2pm: ***All of the quizzes on quizziz.com will shut off at 2pm on May 8th and there will not be any other makeup opportunities. Projects emailed to the teacher after 2pm on May 8th will not count as a grade. It would be advisable that the students email their teachers with their completed work and information about the quizzes they have completed before the due date and time in case there are any problems.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Have students use the pdf to review the standards 4, 5, and 6 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 505352.
 
Student Instructions
Use the pdf to review the standards 4, 5, and 6 material and take the quiz as many times as needed on quizizz.com using code 505352.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review previously taught content standards 4, 5, and 6.
 
Comments
Students and Parents, If you have a low/failing grade in criminal justice, or you would just like an opportunity to improve your grade pay close attention to the following information. Grades for Criminal Justice 1 and 2 are composed of 3 categories. Class Work grades are worth 30%, Quiz grades are worth 30%, and Tests/Projects are rolled into one category worth 40%. Bartlett City Schools has approved the following grade improvement opportunity for the students’ third quarter grades: Classwork and Quiz grades: On the Bartlett City Schools website during the week of April 27th through May 1st three assignments will be posted for the criminal justice classes. During the week of May 4th through May 8th three more assignments will be posted. Out of those 6 assignment the students are allowed to complete 4 of them for a grade. Those 4 grades will replace the lowest 4 grades for those students in the Class Work and Quiz categories. So, to be clear the students can not complete all 6 assignments and receive 6 grades. Only 4 grades will be substituted from the work posted to the Bartlett City Schools Website. It is important to remember that only grades form Quarter 3 can be replaced, and Quarter 3 will count as the students’ Semester 2 grades. The work posted will be a series of quizzes on quizziz.com. The codes to participate in those quizzes will be available in the instructions for each assignment. This work will include all of the criminal justice 1 and 2 classes from both teachers. For that reason, the format the students use to input their names on quizziz.com is very important. The students should type their First Name then a Space then their Last Name then a Space then their teachers last name followed by their class period. For example, if my name was John Doe and I was in Mr. Riding’s 4th period class my name on quizizz.com would look like the following: John Doe Riding4 If a student chooses not to use that format there is a chance that their replacement grade will be overlooked, and they may not receive credit for their work. If the student needs to take the quiz more than once that is acceptable, and it is ok if quizziz.com auto populates a new name for them such as John Doe Riding4*. As long as the first 3 parts of their name are correct it will be easier to locate them. When the student has completed all of the assignments (up to 4) that they plan on completing they should email their teacher with their name and class period in the email subject line and in the body of the email tell their teacher which assignments they have chosen to complete. Tests/Projects grades: There are 2 grade replacement opportunities for the Test/Projects category. Both of these can be completed and emailed to the student’s teacher and will take the place of the 2 lowest grades for Tests/Projects in Quarter 3. Students interested in completing these 2 projects should contact their teacher directly. Due Date and Time May 8th at 2pm: ***All of the quizzes on quizziz.com will shut off at 2pm on May 8th and there will not be any other makeup opportunities. Projects emailed to the teacher after 2pm on May 8th will not count as a grade. It would be advisable that the students email their teachers with their completed work and information about the quizzes they have completed before the due date and time in case there are any problems.
Criminal Justice 1 Dual Credit Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
 
 
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Parent Instructions
 
 
 
Student Instructions
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
 
 
Comments
Resource
 
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
 
 
 
Student Instructions
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
 
 
Comments
Resource
 
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
 
 
 
Student Instructions
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
 
 
Comments
Criminal Justice 3 Credit Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students will read the study guide and answer the questions that follow. Submit your answers by email.
 
Student Instructions
Read the study guide and answer the questions that follow. Submit your answers by email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review legal concepts for Criminal Justice.
 
Comments
Read the study guide and answer the questions that follow. Submit your answers by email.
Resource
Parent Instructions
After reviewing the study guide, students will answer the questions in the attached exercise and forward them to my email.
 
Student Instructions
After reviewing your study guide, answer the questions in the attached exercise and forward them to my email address.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review the U.S. Constitution and Death Penalty.
 
Comments
After reviewing your study guide, answer the questions in the attached exercise and forward them to my email address.
Resource
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
After reviewing the study guide, students will answer the questions at the end and forward them to my email address.
 
Student Instructions
After reviewing your study guide, answer the questions at the end and forward them to my email address.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review basic court concepts of Criminal Justice.
 
Comments
After reviewing your study guide, answer the questions at the end and forward them to my email address.
Culinary Arts Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
see files
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students should complete a PSA for food borne illness using the information on the attached file.
 
Student Instructions
Complete a PSA using the information on the attached file.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will be able to identify a food borne illness and the way the illness is transmitted.
 
Comments
Remember these assignments are due by May 5.
Resource
See Links
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students can complete 2 chapters in the study guide to make up a grade.
 
Student Instructions
Complete 2 chapters of the study guide to receive make up grade for Quarter 4.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will be able to make up grades that are missed or grades that are less than desired.
 
Comments
Resource
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students can cook a meal or a dessert and document the process through pictures or video.
 
Student Instructions
Students you may cook a meal or a dessert and document the process through pictures or videos. Remember that the assignments need to be sent to me by May 5.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students can make up a grade that was missed or that was less desirable than wanted.
 
Comments
Diagnostic Medicine Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
Please use the attached files.
Parent Instructions
Please have your students review the vaccine glossary and vocabulary. The complete the Types of Vaccines activity. This is an individual lesson, select one of the vaccines (inactivated, weakened virus, recombinant, conjugate, or toxoid). Do activity and presentation to summarize the vaccine of choice.
 
Student Instructions
This is an individual lesson, select one of the vaccines (inactivated, weakened virus, recombinant, conjugate, or toxoid). Do activity and presentation to summarize the vaccine of choice.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Student will learn and research types of vaccines.
 
Comments
In this lesson, students investigate the production and effectiveness of vaccines. In the first activity, students watch video clips and explore online resources to identify various diseases for which vaccines are available and to distinguish the different ways in which vaccines are made. In the second activity, students use a computer model to simulate herd immunity. Students use statistics and graphs to analyze data and compare how different immunization rates confer varying degrees of protection on vaccinated and unvaccinated populations This will replace a MAJOR grade for Q3. Please email your completed work to your teacher by May 8, 2020.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student read the attached file and create a presentation on a disease.
 
Student Instructions
Please create a presentation on any disease of your choosing. Read the directions and create your presentation based off of the guidelines. Keep your slides in the order that is given in the guidelines.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will learn about diseases, what they affect, and how they spread.
 
Comments
This presentation will replace a MINOR grade. Please email your completed work to your teacher by May 8, 2020.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student read Chapter 1 The history and trends of healthcare ( pg 2-24). Answer internet question pg 24 (#4) and review questions pg 25(1-6).
 
Student Instructions
Read Chapter 1 The history and trends of healthcare ( pg 2-24). Answer internet question pg 24 (#4) and review questions pg 25(1-6).
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will explore the history and trends of healthcare.
 
Comments
This will replace a minor grade. Please email your completed work by May 8, 2020 to your teacher.
Digital Arts Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Monitor student online activity.
 
Student Instructions
Review the following 3 videos: 19: "SHOULD I DO GRAPHIC DESIGN?" 20: "PRACTICAL SKILLS TO BE A GRAPHIC DESIGNER" 21: PSYCHOLOGICAL SKILLS TO BE A GRAPHIC DESIGNER" *Watch each and submit a one paragraph summary of the three videos.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TLW independently explore design career choices.
 
Comments
Submit your paragraph summary by email. Submissions received will replace your lowest (or missing) Q3 grade.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Monitor student online activity.
 
Student Instructions
Review the following 3 videos: 22: "TALENT TO BE A GRAPHIC DESIGNER?" 23: "LEARN & RESEARCH - HOW DO I BEGIN AS A GRAPHIC DESIGNER?" 24: "COLLECT - HOW DO I BEGIN AS A GRAPHIC DESIGNER?" *Watch each and submit a one paragraph summary of the three videos.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TLW independently explore design career choices.
 
Comments
Submit your paragraph summary by email. Submissions received will replace your lowest (or missing) Q3 grade.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Monitor student online activity.
 
Student Instructions
Review the following 3 videos: 25: "BE INSPIRED", 26: "PRACTICE", 27: "SEEK EDUCATION". *Watch each and submit a one paragraph summary of the three videos.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TLW independently explore design career choices.
 
Comments
Submit your paragraph summary by email. Submissions received will replace your lowest (or missing) Q3 grade.
Early Childhood Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students should read the article from Parents Magazine about types of child care. Using what they have already learned from class as well as what is learned from the article, students should come up with at least 2 pros and 2 cons for each type of child care and record your answers on the document provided.
 
Student Instructions
Students should read the article from Parents Magazine about types of child care. Using what they have already learned from class as well as what is learned from the article, students should come up with at least 2 pros and 2 cons for each type of child care and record your answers on the document provided.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Cite specific textual evidence to compare and contrast various types of early childhood care services in a graphic organizer, chart, or table.
 
Comments
If you have questions or concerns, please email me.
Resource
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Technology can be a useful tool in teaching children. Using the internet, students will find 10 educational apps that teachers and parents can use to help children meet their educational needs. 3 apps should assist with letters/Language Arts, 3 should help with math/numbers/shapes, 2 should help with science/social studies, and the last two may cover any other topic. Compile the list into one document and email to Mrs. Boyd. Students should give a description of each app, the age it is recommended for, and if there is a fee. Do not copy and paste a list already created, students should create their own list, and write the description in your own words. Plagiarized lists will not count towards any grade recovery opportunities.
 
Student Instructions
Technology can be a useful tool in teaching children. Using the internet, students will find 10 educational apps that teachers and parents can use to help children meet their educational needs. 3 apps should assist with letters/Language Arts, 3 should help with math/numbers/shapes, 2 should help with science/social studies, and the last two may cover any other topic. Compile the list into one document and email to Mrs. Boyd. Students should give a description of each app, the age it is recommended for, and if there is a fee. Do not copy and paste a list already created, students should create their own list, and write the description in your own words. Plagiarized lists will not count towards any grade recovery opportunities.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Educational Technology 18) Drawing evidence from research, develop a logical argument to support how technology can enhance or inhibit the development and learning processes of children from birth to age eight. Create a graphic illustrating developmentally appropriate technology through the ages and stages.
 
Comments
If you have questions or concerns, please email Mrs. Boyd.
Resource
 
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
There are many different theories on types of curriculum and approaches to teaching. Students will research the following approaches, give a description of each type. After researching, select your favorite approach and explain why you like it in 3-5 sentences. Then select your least favorite and explain why you dislike it in 3-5 sentences. The types of curriculum to research are: 1. Bank Street developmental-interaction approach 2. Dodge creative curriculum for preschool 3. High/Scope curriculum 4. Kamii-DeVries constructivist approach 5. Montessori method 6. Direct instruction mode Students may use the attached form or may create their own document to submit to Mrs. Boyd.
 
Student Instructions
There are many different theories on types of curriculum and approaches to teaching. Students will research the following approaches, give a description of each type. After researching, select your favorite approach and explain why you like it in 3-5 sentences. Then select your least favorite and explain why you dislike it in 3-5 sentences. The types of curriculum to research are: 1. Bank Street developmental-interaction approach 2. Dodge creative curriculum for preschool 3. High/Scope curriculum 4. Kamii-DeVries constructivist approach 5. Montessori method 6. Direct instruction mode Students may use the attached form or may create their own document to submit to Mrs. Boyd.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Curriculum and Activity Planning Foundations 4) Research and analyze informational texts to identify components of developmentally appropriate instruction for children from birth through age eight. Compare and contrast components of curriculum planning models, including but not limited to the following: a. Bank Street developmental-interaction approach b. Dodge creative curriculum for preschool c. High/Scope curriculum d. Kamii-DeVries constructivist approach e. Montessori method f. Direct instruction mode.
 
Comments
If you have questions or concerns, please email Mrs. Boyd.
Health Science Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
Please use the attached files.
Parent Instructions
Please have your students review the vaccine glossary and vocabulary. The complete the Types of Vaccines activity. This is an individual lesson, select one of the vaccines (inactivated, weakened virus, recombinant, conjugate, or toxoid). Do activity and presentation to summarize the vaccine of choice.
 
Student Instructions
This is an individual lesson, select one of the vaccines (inactivated, weakened virus, recombinant, conjugate, or toxoid). Do activity and presentation to summarize the vaccine of choice.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Student will learn and research types of vaccines.
 
Comments
In this lesson, students investigate the production and effectiveness of vaccines. In the first activity, students watch video clips and explore online resources to identify various diseases for which vaccines are available and to distinguish the different ways in which vaccines are made. In the second activity, students use a computer model to simulate herd immunity. Students use statistics and graphs to analyze data and compare how different immunization rates confer varying degrees of protection on vaccinated and unvaccinated populations This will replace a MAJOR grade for Q3. Please email your completed work to your teacher by May 8, 2020.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student read the attached file and create a presentation on a disease.
 
Student Instructions
Please create a presentation on any disease of your choosing. Read the directions and create your presentation based off of the guidelines. Keep your slides in the order that is given in the guidelines.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will learn about diseases, what they affect, and how they spread.
 
Comments
This presentation will replace a MINOR grade. Please email your completed work to your teacher by May 8, 2020.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student read Chapter 1 The history and trends of healthcare ( pg 2-24). Answer internet question pg 24 (#4) and review questions pg 25(1-6).
 
Student Instructions
Read Chapter 1 The history and trends of healthcare ( pg 2-24). Answer internet question pg 24 (#4) and review questions pg 25(1-6).
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will explore the history and trends of healthcare.
 
Comments
This will replace a minor grade. Please email your completed work by May 8, 2020 to your teacher.
Intro to Business and Marketing Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Encourage and/or Aid Students in completing the steps/assignments.
 
Student Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Download and Complete Assignment (5.2 Self Check) to Review and Reinforce Concepts and Basic Knowledge Learned In Unit 1:Chapter 5.2. If you need additional Help please use the E-book, Notes from Curve, or email Coach Wilkes.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review and Reinforce Basic Economic Concepts- Business Principles is a core course in which students are introduced to all aspects of business: the domestic and international economies, financial principles, management strategies, administrative and information systems, ethics, and organizational and professional leadership. Students will analyze the elements of the business environment and focus on attitudinal and problem-solving skills inherent to success.
 
Comments
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) 5.2-Self Check
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Encourage and/or Aid Students in completing the steps/assignments.
 
Student Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Download and Complete Assignment (5.1 Self Check) to Review and Reinforce Concepts and Basic Knowledge Learned In Unit 1:Chapter 5.1. If you need additional Help please use the E-book, Notes from Curve, or email Coach Wilkes.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review and Reinforce Basic Economic Concepts- Business Principles is a core course in which students are introduced to all aspects of business: the domestic and international economies, financial principles, management strategies, administrative and information systems, ethics, and organizational and professional leadership. Students will analyze the elements of the business environment and focus on attitudinal and problem-solving skills inherent to success.
 
Comments
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) 5.1 Self Check
Resource
 
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
 
 
 
Student Instructions
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
 
 
Comments
Lifespan Development, Nutrition, Intro to Human Studies Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students will continue to practice mock interviews with you for their desired future career. They have their Sample Interview Questions already, which were on Curve. The information for various careers are found on the web link attached - the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Students will scroll down to search within the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Finally, students will research videos job shadowing their career of choice. If students have not completed the Career Board on Curve, they will complete that as well.
 
Student Instructions
Students will continue to practice mock interviews with parents for their desired future career. The information for various careers are found on the web link attached - the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Students will scroll down to search within the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Finally, students will research videos job shadowing their career of choice. If students have not completed the Career Board on Curve, they will complete that as well.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will practice their learned interviewing skills for their future career of choice.
 
Comments
Students may contact me through the Remind app or email for questions.
Resource
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students will perform research of various colleges, universities, & trade schools that offer programs in their career of choice. Students will record 5-6 various schools offering their program area, specific classes required, scholarship opportunities, and any other important requirements. Students will also research various possible careers under our course content- Lifespan Development, Nutrition Across the Lifespan, & Intro to Human Studies (Family & Consumer Sciences).
 
Student Instructions
Students will perform research of various colleges, universities, & trade schools that offer programs in their career of choice. Students will record 5-6 various schools offering their program area, specific classes required, scholarship opportunities, and any other important requirements. Students will also research various possible careers under our course content- Lifespan Development, Nutrition Across the Lifespan, & Intro to Human Studies (Family & Consumer Sciences)
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will research career pathways.
 
Comments
Resource
 
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
 
 
 
Student Instructions
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
 
 
Comments
Manufacturing/Machining Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Follow link, watch video and write a one page paper detailing the information covered in the video.
 
Student Instructions
Follow link, watch video and write a one page paper detailing the information covered in the video.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Reinforce basic milling concepts.
 
Comments
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Use the link provided and similar resources to compose a 5 page report detailing the types and development history of machine tools.
 
Student Instructions
Use the link provided and similar resources to compose a 5 page report detailing the types and development history of machine tools.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Reinforce basic milling concepts.
 
Comments
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Use the link and similar material to create a time line for the development of CNC machining, also prepare a 3 page report concerning the rise of CNC machining and its effect on modern industry.
 
Student Instructions
Use the link and similar material to create a time line for the development of CNC machining, also prepare a 3 page report concerning the rise of CNC machining and its effect on modern industry.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Reinforce basic milling concepts.
 
Comments
Marketing/Advertising/Entrepreneurship Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Read the article and answer the questions.
 
Student Instructions
Read the article and answer the questions.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The objective of this is for students to understand how to do online advertising.
 
Comments
This is one of the make up assignments for advertising, once you finish this assignment email it back to me to replace a class work grade.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
How could Disney utilize YouTube to promote its new prototype stores? Prepare a written proposal for Disney executives explaining how they can utilize YouTube in their visual merchandising and promotional plans.
 
Student Instructions
How could Disney utilize YouTube to promote its new prototype stores? Prepare a written proposal for Disney executives explaining how they can utilize YouTube in their visual merchandising and promotional plans.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The objective is for students to understand how to use internet marketing.
 
Comments
This assignment is one of the make up assignments from quarter 3. Students complete this and email it to me.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Read the article and answer the questions.
 
Student Instructions
Read the article and answer the questions.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The objective is for students to understand what it takes to advertise a big brand.
 
Comments
This is one of the make up assignments for advertising, once you finish this assignment email it back to me to replace a class work grade.
Medical Therapeutics Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
Please use the attached files.
Parent Instructions
Please have your students review the vaccine glossary and vocabulary. The complete the Types of Vaccines activity. This is an individual lesson, select one of the vaccines (inactivated, weakened virus, recombinant, conjugate, or toxoid). Do activity and presentation to summarize the vaccine of choice.
 
Student Instructions
This is an individual lesson, select one of the vaccines (inactivated, weakened virus, recombinant, conjugate, or toxoid). Do activity and presentation to summarize the vaccine of choice.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Student will learn and research types of vaccines.
 
Comments
In this lesson, students investigate the production and effectiveness of vaccines. In the first activity, students watch video clips and explore online resources to identify various diseases for which vaccines are available and to distinguish the different ways in which vaccines are made. In the second activity, students use a computer model to simulate herd immunity. Students use statistics and graphs to analyze data and compare how different immunization rates confer varying degrees of protection on vaccinated and unvaccinated populations This will replace a MAJOR grade for Q3. Please email your completed work to your teacher by May 8, 2020.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student read the attached file and create a presentation on a disease.
 
Student Instructions
Please create a presentation on any disease of your choosing. Read the directions and create your presentation based off of the guidelines. Keep your slides in the order that is given in the guidelines.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will learn about diseases, what they affect, and how they spread.
 
Comments
This presentation will replace a MINOR grade. Please email your completed work to your teacher by May 8, 2020.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student read Chapter 1 The history and trends of healthcare ( pg 2-24). Answer internet question pg 24 (#4) and review questions pg 25(1-6).
 
Student Instructions
Read Chapter 1 The history and trends of healthcare ( pg 2-24). Answer internet question pg 24 (#4) and review questions pg 25(1-6).
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will explore the history and trends of healthcare.
 
Comments
This will replace a minor grade. Please email your completed work by May 8, 2020 to your teacher.
Personal Finance Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Encourage and/or Aid Students in completing the steps/assignments.
 
Student Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Download, Complete Assignment to Review and Reinforce Concepts and Basic Knowledge Learned, and send to your teacher. If you need additional Help please email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review and Reinforce Basic Personal Finance Concepts- designed to inform students how individual choices directly influence occupational goals, future earning potential, and long term financial well-being. The standards in this course cover decision-making skills related to goal setting, earning potential, budgeting, saving, borrowing, managing risk, and investing. The course helps students meet the growing complexities of personal financial management and consumer decision making. Standards in this course are aligned with Tennessee Common Core State Standards.
 
Comments
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY )
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Encourage and/or Aid Students in completing the steps/assignments.
 
Student Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Download, Complete Assignment (My Future Letter) to Review and Reinforce Concepts and Basic Knowledge Learned, and send to your teacher. If you need additional Help please email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review and Reinforce Basic Personal Finance Concepts- designed to inform students how individual choices directly influence occupational goals, future earning potential, and long term financial well-being. The standards in this course cover decision-making skills related to goal setting, earning potential, budgeting, saving, borrowing, managing risk, and investing. The course helps students meet the growing complexities of personal financial management and consumer decision making. Standards in this course are aligned with Tennessee Common Core State Standards.
 
Comments
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY )
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Encourage and/or Aid Students in completing the steps/assignments.
 
Student Instructions
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY ) Download, Complete Assignment (My Future Letter) to Review and Reinforce Concepts and Basic Knowledge Learned, and send to your teacher. If you need additional Help please email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review and Reinforce Basic Personal Finance Concepts- designed to inform students how individual choices directly influence occupational goals, future earning potential, and long term financial well-being. The standards in this course cover decision-making skills related to goal setting, earning potential, budgeting, saving, borrowing, managing risk, and investing. The course helps students meet the growing complexities of personal financial management and consumer decision making. Standards in this course are aligned with Tennessee Common Core State Standards.
 
Comments
( MINOR GRADE OPPORTUNITY )
STEM Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Students will use the web link provided to walk through an engineering tutorial and write down correct selection they have chosen. Students will wirte down their correct choices on the worksheet provided and submit the completed worksheet to their respective STEM teacher.
 
Student Instructions
Using the link provided, select each of the engineering structures. Read the scenarios and click on your best choice. If you select incorrectly or the scenario identifies another choice may be a safer method, continue with your selections until you have the best possible solution. Annotate the best choice on the worksheet provided and email the completed sheet to your teacher. If you can not print, you may handwrite your answers and attach a pic or scan. The website has other links and interesting information about various types of engineers and construction methods we talked about in class. Feel free to spend some time after you complete the worksheet exploring the webpage. Enjoy.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
8) Given a real-world problem, identify several possible solutions using both the engineering design process and the scientific inquiry.
 
Comments
Resource
News Articles National Geographic: Green Dreams
U.N.: Not so fast with ethanol, other biofuels http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18551000/
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill May 2013 5 A New, Global Oil Quandary: Costly Fuel Means Costly Calories
Europe May Ban Imports of Some Biofuel Crops
Driving on Biomass
Resources Move Over, Gasoline: Here Come Biofuels
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your child utilize the resources provided to assist in writing their paper.
 
Student Instructions
Write a minimum 500 word essay from your research on biofuels. Use the following questions to guide your research. What are the positive and negative impacts on the economy? What is the economic impact of biofuel production? Does biofuel production create meaningful and satisfying work for individuals? Does biofuel production allow people to do their jobs more efficiently? Does biofuel production contribute to a community’s economic development? Does biofuel production rely on products or services that have negative effects on the environment or society?
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Analyze the impacts that human activities have on global climate change. Explain how human activities impact the biosphere Evaluate alternative energy technologies.
 
Comments
Please submit your paper to your STEM instructor.
Resource
PDF
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Parents, Assist by helping your child locating biodegradable/recyclable materials.
 
Student Instructions
Students, Create a space station, following the given criterion and material list.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Design and develop several solution prototypes, conduct feasibility testing, and use the data to justify the solution selected.
 
Comments
Web Design Foundations/Website Development Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
This assignment is posted to our Google Classroom. All students should have access. If any student is having trouble accessing our Google Classroom (forgot password etc), please reach out to me via email.
 
Student Instructions
Students, login to Google Classroom to complete this Portfolio webpage mockup. You will work in Sketch. Don't forget to press 'turn-in' when finished!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TSWBAT explore the use of grid-based layout and why it is used to create coherent, organized web pages.
 
Comments
• Please email with any questions. • Major Grade Opportunity - this will replace a test or project from Q3.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
This assignment is posted to our Google Classroom. All students should have access. If any student is having trouble accessing our Google Classroom (forgot password etc), please reach out to me via email.
 
Student Instructions
Students, login to Google Classroom to complete this CSS review worksheet. Don't forget to press 'turn-in' when finished!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TSWBAT demonstrate technical fluency in a variety of programming and markup languages, including but not limited to HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, PHP, and/or SQL.
 
Comments
• Please email with any questions. • Minor Grade Opportunity - this will replace a classwork grade from Q3.
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
This assignment is posted to our Google Classroom. All students should have access. If any student is having trouble accessing our Google Classroom (forgot password etc), please reach out to me via email.
 
Student Instructions
Students, login to Google Classroom to complete this 25 Common HTML Tag review worksheet. Don't forget to press 'turn-in' when finished! 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TSWBAT demonstrate technical fluency in a variety of programming and markup languages, including but not limited to HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, PHP, and/or SQL.
 
Comments
• Please email with any questions. • Minor Grade Opportunity - this will replace a classwork grade from Q3.