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from The Iliad Book 24: Achilles and Priam, from "Metamorphoses: The Story of Daedalus and Icarus", from Tao Te Ching, Zen Teachings and Parables, ...

     Washington High School Overseas Department 2009-2010 2nd Midterm Criteria

     Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

    Group A Mr. Garside Group A Mr. Garside Group A Mr. Garside Chapter 5, Section 4: Alexander's Empire All handouts and websites given regarding the collapse of pp336 393; essay questions ONLY

     Section on Leadership the Roman and Soviet Empires.

     Chapter 6, Sections 1 and 2: Group B: --Mr. Fuqua

    Roman Republic and Empire Democracy and Greece's Golden Age Social Group B Ms. Chou Group B Ms. Chou Alexanders Empire Studies 1. handout: 2.1 hunter gatherers (notes, 1.Chapter 4.3 and Chapter review The Spread of Hellenistic Culture worksheets) 2.notes, and information on the presentation Ancient Rome and Early Christianity 2. Chapter 7.1-7.2 (notes, worksheets) 3. exam will be essay questions Pages 134-156

     Study Quizzes and all Vocabulary Words

    Mainstream Ms. Lin Mainstream Mr. Fuqua M-A Mr. Desmarais

    Testing on the ability to: Stories: Lalla, Brigid, The Californian's Tale Review: The Apology, Confucius, The Dao te ching, The

    - interpret and analyze a given text Concepts: Internal/External Motivation, Pillow Book and Candide chapters 1-10 - apply and make connections of literary elements to the

    Character's Motivation, Point of View, Concepts: Explaining philosophical maxims, Comparative cultural period of the text.

    Clarifying, Foreshadowing criticism, Satire, Evaluating literature for cultural values - formulate central ideas from a given text

    - constructing a well developed Study all Quizzes and Vocabulary

    HPS-3 Mr. Fenster M-B -- Ms. Ting Exam content: “Harrison Bergeron”, “Searching for Summer” and “The Pedestrian”. from The Iliad Book 24: Achilles and Priam, from

    Exam Focus: 1. Comprehension Literature "Metamorphoses: The Story of Daedalus and Icarus", from Tao 2. Vocabulary (Word box p. 20, p. 30, p.95) Te Ching, Zen Teachings and Parables, from "The Pillow 3. Theme

    Book" 4. Dynamic vs. Static Characters

     5. Focus on Scenes, Events and Characters.

    HPS 2 Mr. Dumont

    All literature concepts covered on HW assignments. They are...Theme, Characterization, Point of View,

    (Internal & External) Character Motivation, (Internal & External) Conflict, and Symbolism. Student's

    should study their class notes (anything I wrote on the board is fair game), HW assignments and or

    course, be very familliar with the story "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan

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     Washington High School Overseas Department 2009-2010 2nd Midterm Criteria

     Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

    HPS 1-1 Ms. Chen

    Stories

    Checkouts

    Stop the Sun

Criteria

    Key vocabularies in each story: WORDS TO KNOW, class handouts

    Comprehension questions.

    Literary analysis: plot analysis (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action), motivation, theme Vocabulary skills: synonyms, antonyms, context clues

    Comprehension skills: cause and effect, making inferences, connecting,

    Worksheets from each story

    HPS 1-2 Mr. Van.

    Week 8-12 Words

    Stop the Sun

    Ranson of Red Chief

    Plot

    Rhyming words

    Mainstream Mr. Van Mainstream Mr. Desmarais M - A Ms. Ting Writing Persuasive paragraphs, Organization using Writing: Error Correction Persuasive Writing transitions making an argument countering an

    Request Letter objection. Grammar: Writing Process Chapters 5 - 7 pp. 70 - 130 Grammar 6 Traits of Writing For Grammar: M-B -- Mr. Van &

     Writing Future tenses simple past, present perfect/present Writing

    Grade 10 Grammar Pathetic Fallacy perfect progressive (Unit 3 &4.1-4.5)

    Chapter 3, 4, 5 Noun Cache

    Derivations

    Thesaurus

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     Washington High School Overseas Department 2009-2010 2nd Midterm Criteria

     Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

    Verbals HPS3 Grammar Ms. Hsiao

     5-1 Using it to talk about time 5-2 Preposition of time 5-3 Using it to talk about weather 5-4 There +be 5-5 There + be: Yes/No questions 5-6 There + be : Asking Question with how Grade 12 Grammar

    Chapter 3-4 many

    5-7Preposition of place 5-8 Some prepositions of a place: a list

    5-9 Need and want + a noun or infinitive 5- 10 Would like 5-11 would like vs. like 6-1 Nouns: nouns and pronouns 6- 2 Adjective + Nouns 6- 3 Subject pronouns and object

    pronouns

    6-4 Nouns: singular and plural 6- 5 Nouns: irregular plural forms

    6-6 Subject pronouns and object pronouns 7-1 Nouns: singular and plural 7-2 Using AN vs. A 7-3 Using AN/ A vs. some 7-3 Using AN/ A vs. some 7- 4 Measurements with noncount nouns 7-5 Using many, much, a little, a few 7-6 Using THE 7-7 Using Ø (No Article) to make

    generalizations

    7-8 Using Some and Any

    HPS 2 Grammar- Ms. Liao

    1. Lesson 2 : Passive Voice; Participles Used as Adjective; Get + Participles and Adjective

    (2.5-2.12)

    2. Lesson 3 : The Past Continuous; The Past Perfect; The Past Perfect Continuous;

    Comparison of Past Tenses

    * Students should focus on textbooks and test paper.

    HPS2 Writing Mr. Armstrong

    Understand the meaning and usage of persuasive writing. Be able to distinguish the structure

    and main points that should be included in a five paragraph persuasive writing essay. Write a

    short persuasive essay on a given topic, persuading for or against the subject.

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     Washington High School Overseas Department 2009-2010 2nd Midterm Criteria

     Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

    HPS 1-1 Grammar Ms. Lee HPS1-2 Grammar/Writing Mr. Bissett Unit 3 Habitual past with used to, simple past Vocabulary from week 8-13 tense, simple past irregular verbs, negative

    Unit 3, 3.1-3.3 Habitual past, simple present tense- statements and questions

    describing things done in the past Unit 4 possessives, pronouns, direct and

    indirect objects, reflexive pronouns and Unit 3, 3.4-3.6 Simple past irregular verbs. Negative complements questions and statements Unit 5 noun plurals

    Unit 4, 4.1-4.4 Possessives Describing something that

    HPS1-1 Writing Mr. Fenster belongs to someone 1. Eyewitness Report (p. 432 439) Unit 4, 4.5-4.7 Pronouns, Direct and indirect objects, Re-creation of events using say and tell Sequencing Unit 4, 4.8-4.9 Reflexive pronouns and complements Mood expression ex. myself, yourself, herself, etc. Unity

    2. Comparison-Contrast Essay (p. 456 - 463)

    Coherency

    Identification of the topics

    Explanation of similarities and differences

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     Washington High School Overseas Department 2009-2010 2nd Midterm Criteria

     Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

    Group A Ms. Chen G10 Math - Willemse: Group A&B

    Chapters 3.1 to 4.2 all inclusive Chapters 3.1 to 5.4 all inclusive G12 Math - Upto and including Unit 5.7 G10 Math Ms. Cheng G11 Enriched Math

    Chapter 3, 4, and 5-1 ~ 5-3 test format - G11 Regular Math Material up to and Group 12B Willemse including 4.2 includes vocabulary, calculations, and word

     - Projectile Motion (include basic vector Chapters 1.6 to 2.8 all inclusive problems. Students may use a dictionary and trigonometric)

    (Chinese or English, paper or electronic) - Advanced Graph analysis (polynomial,

    rational function) during the test Math G12 Enrich Math: - Complex Number - Applications on all topics

    Sigma Notation G10 Enrich Math

     Sigma Notation - For Loop

     - For Loop

     - String manipulation - String manipulation

     - Nested For Loop - Nested For Loop

     - Logic/Mathematic Algorithm design

     - Logic/Mathematic Algorithm design - Previous Exam Material

     - Previous Exam Material Group A (Dr. Anstine) (Dr. Anstine) Group A (Dr. Anstine) Group AScience See below See below See below SAT Mr. Van

    Week 8-11 Words

    Sentence Completion SAT

    Roots

    Guess the meaning of words

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     Washington High School Overseas Department 2009-2010 2nd Midterm Criteria

     Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

    English Assessment TrainingMr. Toci

    In Class test:

    Writing: Writing Introductions, Writing Conclusions, Brainstorming, Outlining

    Speaking: 60 second Speaking task

    Strategy/Structure: Structure of the TOEFL test, All basic approaches, EAT All question types studied in the Reading and Listening sections.

Midterm:

    Reading section: 25 minutes

    Listening section: 20 minutes

    Ms. V. Chen Mr. J. Chen Mr. Bissett Study notes carefully an d understand the concepts. Study notes carefully an d understand the concepts. Study notes carefully. See teacher if you are missing any notes

     or you missed class.

    Week 8- Span of control, describing the managements structure

    of a business Business

    Week 9- Starting a business. What is required?

    Week 10- Starting a business. Financing. How to?

    Week 11- Limited Companies. Define, tell advantages

    disadvantages. Mr. Dumont

    There will be a reading comprehension section, a writing section (formal letter of request), and a vocabulary section covering the new vocab. from the vocabulary sheets IELTS

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     Washington High School Overseas Department 2009-2010 2nd Midterm Criteria

     Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

    ESL1 Ms. Liu

    ESL2 Ms. Chou

    1.Unit 2 Character count(handout + activity sheets from h.w and classowork)

    2. Idioms on the board(example sentences and meaning)

    3. 20 points of poster project, deadline to hand it in is on Dec 2nd

    Int. ESL ESL3- Mr. Fenster

    ESL4 Ms. Chen

    A. Week 8-12 vocabularies: meaning matching, analogy, sentence completion, spelling

    B. Freedom Writers: Chapter 1-4

    ESL5 Mr. Fenster

BIOLOGY I: 10th Grade

    Homework Assignments for Chapters 15-17

    Including 2nd Semester: Final Exam Review

     Prepared by Professor Anstine

NOTE: All assignments must be submitted to Dr. Anstine on the following chapter due dates. After these dates the assignments will be graded but NO points will be awarded. Importantly, graded,

    non-point assignments should be used for review of the Midterm exam.

Biology I Homework: Chpt 15 (Due 08 Dec ’09)

    1. Vocabulary Terms (p 388 sections 15-1, 15-2, and 15-3): provide complete definitions for each

    vocabulary word on homework assignment sheet.

    2. Reviewing Content: Multiple Choice Questions (p 389; problems 1-10)

    3. Understanding Concepts (p 389; problems 11-25). Remember to provide a paragraph

     answer or longer for each question

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4. Critical Thinking problem # 26 & 27, & 28 p 390. Remember these are essay questions of two or more

     paragraphs in length to receive full points.

Biology I Homework: Chpt 16 (Due 22 Dec ’09)

    1. Vocabulary Terms (p 442 sections 16-1, 16-2, 16-3 and 16-4): provide complete definitions for each

    vocabulary word on homework assignment sheet.

    2. Reviewing Content: Multiple Choice Questions (p 443; problems 1-10)

    3. Understanding Concepts (p 443; problems 11-26). Remember to provide a paragraph

     answer or longer for each question

    4. Critical Thinking problem # 27, 28 & 29, p 444. Remember these are essay questions of two or more

    paragraphs in length to receive full points.

Biology I Homework: Chpt 17 (Due 05 Jan ’10)

    1. Vocabulary Terms (p442; 19 vocabulary words): provide complete definitions for each vocabulary word

    2. Reviewing Content (p443; problems 1-10)

    3. Understanding Concepts (p443; problems 11-26). Remember complete sentences in answering these

     short answer questions!

    4. Critical thinking (p444, problem # 27, 28 & 29) Remember complete paragraphs (two or more sentences)

BIOLOGY II: 11th Grade

    Homework Assignments for Chapters 15-17

    Including 2nd Semester: Final Exam Review

     Prepared by Professor Anstine

NOTE: All assignments must be submitted to Dr. Anstine on the following chapter due dates. After these dates the assignments will be graded but NO points will be awarded. Importantly, graded,

    non-point assignments should be used for review of the Midterm exam.

Biology I Homework: Chpt 15 (Due 07 Dec ’09)

    1. Vocabulary Terms (p 388 sections 15-1, 15-2, and 15-3): provide complete definitions for each

    vocabulary word on homework assignment sheet.

    2. Reviewing Content: Multiple Choice Questions (p 389; problems 1-10)

    3. Understanding Concepts (p 389; problems 11-25). Remember to provide a paragraph

     answer or longer for each question

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4. Critical Thinking problem # 26 & 27, & 28 p 390. Remember these are essay questions of two or more

     paragraphs in length to receive full points.

Biology I Homework: Chpt 16 (Due 21 Dec ’09)

    1. Vocabulary Terms (p 442 sections 16-1, 16-2, 16-3 and 16-4): provide complete definitions for each

    vocabulary word on homework assignment sheet.

    2. Reviewing Content: Multiple Choice Questions (p 443; problems 1-10)

    3. Understanding Concepts (p 443; problems 11-26). Remember to provide a paragraph

     answer or longer for each question

    4. Critical Thinking problem # 27, 28 & 29, p 444. Remember these are essay questions of two or more

    paragraphs in length to receive full points.

Biology I Homework: Chpt 17 (Due 04 Jan ’10)

    1. Vocabulary Terms (p442; 19 vocabulary words): provide complete definitions for each vocabulary word

    2. Reviewing Content (p443; problems 1-10)

    3. Understanding Concepts (p443; problems 11-26). Remember complete sentences in answering these

     short answer questions!

    4. Critical thinking (p444, problem # 27, 28 & 29) Remember complete paragraphs (two or more sentences)

ENVRIONMENTAL SCIENCE II: Elective Course

     Homework Assignments for Chapters 07, 09, 10

     Including Semester I Final Exam Review

     Prepared by Professor Anstine

NOTE: All assignments must be submitted to Dr. Anstine on the following chapter due dates. After these dates the assignments will be graded but NO points will be awarded. Importantly, graded,

    non-point assignments should be used for review of the Midterm exam.

Environmental Science Homework Chpt 07 (Due 07 Dec ’09)

    1. Key Terms (p 121, 07 vocab words): provide complete definitions for each vocabulary word

    2. Multiple Choice Questions (p 121; problems 1-12)

    3. Word Comparison (p122; problems 1-5)

    4. Concept Review (p 122; problems 1-5)

    5. Thinking Critically (p 122; problems 1 & 2)

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    Environmental Science Homework Chpt 09 (Due 21 Dec ’09) 1. Key Terms (p 151, 07 vocab words): provide complete definitions for each vocabulary word

    2. Multiple Choice Questions (p 151; problems 1-10)

    3. Word Comparison (p 152, problems 1-4)

    4. Concept Review (p 152; problems 1-5)

    5. Thinking Critically (p 152; problems 1 & 2)

    Environmental Science Homework: Chpt 10 (Due 04 Jan ’09)

     1. Key Terms (pp 165; 07 vocabulary terms)

     2. Multiple Choice Questions (p 165, problems 1-12)

     3. True/False Questions (p 166; problems 1-8)

     4. Concept Review Questions (p 166; problems 1-5)

     5. Critical Thinking Questions: (p 166; problems 1)

WHS HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

     Homework Assignments for Chapters 09-11

     Including Semester I Final Exam Review

     Prepared by Professor Anstine

NOTE: All assignments must be submitted to Dr. Anstine on the following chapter due dates. After these dates the assignments will be graded but NO points will be awarded. Importantly, graded,

    non-point assignments should be used for review of the Midterm exam.

    Human A & P Homework: Chpt 09 (Due 08 Dec ’09)

     1. Multiple Choice/Matching Questions (p322-323, problems 1-14)

     2. Short Answer Essay Questions (p 323, problems 15-27)

     3. Critical Thinking & Clinical Application Questions (p 323; problems 1-3)

    Human A & P Homework: Chpt 10 (Due 22 Dec ’09)

     1. Multiple Choice/Matching Questions (p385-386, problems 1-16)

     2. Short Answer Essay Questions (p386, problems 17-28)

     3. Critical Thinking & Clinical Application Questions (p386; problems 1-3)

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