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Characterization

    ndWashington High School Overseas Department 2008-9 2nd Semester 2 Mid-Term Review Criteria

    年級 國一 Grade 7 國二 Grade 8 國三 Grade 9 科目

    Group A - Mr. Garside Group A Mr. Garside Group A Mr. Garside

    Study : pp316 345 Review: Pp270 349 Study : p248 346

    *Short-answer questions, article and questions * Multiple-choice, column-matching, short-answer questions *Short-answer questions, one long-answer

Group B Ms. Liu Group B Ms. Liu Group B Ms. Chou Social Studies

    Chapter 10Section 1: Classical Greece and Rome Chapter 12 Section 1: European Empires chapter 5.3-5.4

     Section 2: Medieval Europe Section 2: Europe at War 1.notes and worksheets

     Section 3: From Renaissance to Revolution Section 3: The Soviet Union 2.review short answer questions from the book

    Project War History (40%)

    Mainstream Mr. Van Desmarais Mainstream Mr. Mainstream Ms. Ting

    The Monkey’s Paw, The Moustache, The Dead Poet The Outsiders Stories:

    Society and interpreting poetry (O’Captain, My -All Vocab, identifying question types, multiple choice White Umbrella

    Captain, Charge of the Light Brigade) Review all questions. From Boy: Tales of a Childhood vocabulary. Review types of narrators, unreliable From: Growing Up narrators, suspense, figurative language, mood, Exploring the Titanic, MOVIE: TITANIC irony, symbolism, dynamic/static characters,

    internal conflict, external conflict and resolutions Skills:

    to conflict. Autobiography

    Characterization in Non-fiction Literature

    Text Organization

    PS 3 Mr. Fenster

    Exam content: ―Crow Call‖, Zlateh the Goat‖ and ―Freedom Writers‖

    Exam focus:

    1. Comprehension

    2. Vocabulary (Word boxes on p.668, p.481 and vocabulary from the stories and movie)

    3. Identifying and examination of theme and characters

    4. Connecting to setting and themes.

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    ndWashington High School Overseas Department 2008-9 2nd Semester 2 Mid-Term Review Criteria

    年級 國一 Grade 7 國二 Grade 8 國三 Grade 9 科目

    PS 2 Ms. Chu

    1)Sparky

     2) from Hiroshima

     3) from Anne Frank: Child of the Holocaust

    Students should focus on all vocabulary, comprehension and worksheets done in class.

PS 1 Ms. Lin

    The Elements of Literature:

    Novel (excerpts), Shorty Story, and Poetry:

     Able to identify and understand its elements, functions, and form.

    Literature skills:

     Able to identify and understand the function of a ―theme‖ in poetry writing, shorty story, and novel excerpts.

    Comprehension skills:

     Able to identify the problem and solution in a novel excerpt.

     Able to identify the cause and effect in a novel excerpt.

     Able to make predictions withing a given text.

    Vocabulary skills:

     Further development in the use of context clues.

     Able to use categorized/ ―specialized‖ terms to understand meaning.

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    ndWashington High School Overseas Department 2008-9 2nd Semester 2 Mid-Term Review Criteria

    年級 國一 Grade 7 國二 Grade 8 國三 Grade 9 科目

    Mainstream Ms. Ting Mainstream Mainstream Mr. Desmarais

    Grammar Mr. Van Grammar: Grammar:

    U11- 15 Modals Focus on Grammar 2 Units 27 - 32 pgs. 266 - 332 Units 18-20: Using passive verb tenses with modals

    Ability and causative sentences. Writing:

    Permission Persuasive Writing - Proposal

    Request Writing :

    Advice Making Persuasive paragraphs (with proper

    Suggestion structure) Final Draft of essay worth 50 % of exam

    Writing: mark, due Monday of exam week.

    Persuasive Essay Vocabulary and Terms

    Compound and Simple Sentences

    Abstract vs Concrete

    Pronoun and Verb Tense Consistency

PS 3 Grammar Mr. Jones Chen PS3 Writing Mr. Dumont

    Grammar & ―Understanding and Using English Grammar 3rd Edition‖ Unit 14-17 (P297-P371) Students must know how to create a persuasive essay (Students must Writing 1. Students must know all the ―Gerunds and Infinitives‖from unit 14 and 15, make sure that they know the structure of a persuasive essay. They must know what type of understand all the exercises in unit 14 and 15.

    content belongs in each part of a persuasive essay). 2. Know all ―Coordinating Conjunctions‖ from unit 16

    3. Know all ―Adverb Clauses‖ from unit 17 and go through all the homework before exam. They must know how to complete each step of the writing process with

     regard to persuasive writing. Some key terms/concepts to know are...

    {thesis, analogy, concession, qualifier, analysis, support, statistics,

    expert testimony, observations.

    PS 2 Grammar Ms Chu:

    Chapter 4: Present Simple, Past Simple, Present Perfect Simple, Present Perfect Progressive, and Past Simple

    Chapter 8-6,8-7: Connecting ideas using although, even though, and because

    Chapter 13: Gerunds and Infinitives

PS2 Writing Mr. Stares

    Supporting the main idea and giving instructions. Write sentences to answer questions about a graph & a chart. Write a paragraph using time & space order words on going instructions about a map.

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    ndWashington High School Overseas Department 2008-9 2nd Semester 2 Mid-Term Review Criteria

    年級 國一 Grade 7 國二 Grade 8 國三 Grade 9 科目

    PS 1 Grammar Ms. Liao PS1 Writing Ms. Liu

    1. Assessment on students' understanding of the stages of writing an essay in a 3-paragraph form; 1. Ch 10: Expressing Future Time, Part 1

    the editing process; and the types of writing 2. Ch 11: Expressing Future Time, Part 2

    2. Combines essay writing:

    3. Ch 13: Modals, Part 2: Advice, Necessity, Requests, Able to apply the skills for constructing a paragraph and combining the steps to write a combined

    Suggestions essay.

    3. The Edition Process: * Students should focus on textbooks and test paper

    Know the three basic types of editing process:

     Self-Editing

     Peer Editing

     Instructor's Editing

    Paragraph/Writing Genres:

    Able to identify and know the function of the different types of paragraphs/writing genres:

    ; Descriptive

    ; Expository

    ; Narrative

    ; Persuasive

    ; Poetry

    ; Technical

    Able to write a paragraph in a definition form of writing

    Writing process:

    Know the elements of first draft writing, and demonstrate parts of the stage's process:

    ; organizing ideas

    ; constructively developing paragraphs

    ; focusing on content

    Know the elements of second draft writing, and demonstrate parts of the stage's process:

    ; taking out the grammar “tool box”

    ; editing by focusing on grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc.

     focusing on the mechanics

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    ndWashington High School Overseas Department 2008-9 2nd Semester 2 Mid-Term Review Criteria

    年級 國一 Grade 7 國二 Grade 8 國三 Grade 9 科目

    Group A /B Mr. A. Willemse Group A/B Ms. Chen Group A/B (Ms. Chen)

    Main: Alg 1 - up to and including Ch 11 (focused on Ch 9, Geo - up to and including 9.4 (focused on Ch 8 & 9)

    10, 11) 9.2 Simplifying Square Roots 9.3 Pythagorean Theorem 9.4 Real Numbers 9.5 The Distance and Midpoint Formulas 9.6 Special Right Triangles 9.6 Special Right Triangles 9.7 The Tangent Ratio 9.8 The Sine and Cosine Ratios 10.1 Triangles 10.2 Polygons and Quadrilaterals 10.3 Areas of Parallelograms and Trapezoids 10.4 Circumference and Area of a Circle 10.5 Surface Areas of Prisms and Cylinders

    PS Level: 8.5 Slope-Intercept Form Math

    8.6 Writing Linear Equations 8.7 Function Notation 8.8 Systems of Linear Equations 8.9 Graphs of Linear Inequalities 9.1 Square Roots 9.2 Simplifying Square Roots 9.3 Pythagorean Theorem 9.4 Real Numbers 9.5 The Distance and Midpoint Formulas

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    ndWashington High School Overseas Department 2008-9 2nd Semester 2 Mid-Term Review Criteria

    年級 國一 Grade 7 國二 Grade 8 國三 Grade 9 科目

    Group A/B Mr. Willemse Group A - Dr. Anstine) Group A/B- Mr. Willemse

    See below -Chapters 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2, -Chapters 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3

    -Workbook: p. 39-83 -Workbook: p. 33-80

    Science Group B (Casper)

    -Chapters 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2,

    -Workbook: p. 39-83 PS 3 Ms. Liu

    Unit 6 Animals

    Unit 7Advertising and Consumers

    ProjectAds from TV, Radio and Print (40%)

    PS 2 Ms. Chu

    -To be announced in class

    Listening and

    PS 1 Ms. Liao Speaking

    PS1 (Tina) Listening/Speaking 2nd Midterm Exam Criteria

    1. Unit 4: Coping with Technology

    2. Unit 5: Eating in, Eating out

    3. Unit 6: Staying in Shape

    * Students should focus on textbooks, test paper and worksheets.

     Ms. Brand

     Week 8-12 Words

    Independent and Integrated Writing Task structure

    Essay layout TOEFL

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    thENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: 9 Grade

    Homework Assignments for Chpts 14, 16 & 17

    Including Midterm II 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 14 (Due 31 Mar 09)

    1. Key Terms (p 227, 09 vocab words): provide complete definitions for each vocabulary word 2. Multiple Choice Questions (p 227; problems 1-11)

    3. True & False (p 228; problems 1-7)

    4. Concept Review (p 228; problems 1-4)

    5. Thinking Critically (p 228; problems 1, 2 & 3)

    Environmental Science Homework Chpt 16 (Due 14 Apr 09)

    1. Key Terms (p 261, 08 vocab words): provide complete definitions for each vocabulary word 2. Multiple Choice Questions (p 261; problems 1-10)

    3. True & False (p 262 problems 1-8)

    4. Concept Review (p 262; problems 1-5)

    5. Thinking Critically (p 262; problems 1, 2 & 3)

    Environmental Science Homework Chpt 17 (Due 28 Apr 09)

    1. Key Terms (p 279, 08 vocab words): provide complete definitions for each vocabulary word 2. Multiple Choice Questions (p 279; problems 1-10)

    3. Word Comparison (p 280, problems 1-5)

    4. Concept Review (p 280; problems 1-5)

    5. Thinking Critically (p 280; problems 1, 2 & 3)

ROCKS AND STARS: 8th -12th GRADES

    Homework Assignments for Chapters 8, 9, & 11 (Astronomy)

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Including 2nd Semester: Midterm II 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.

    ROCKS AND STARS: Chpt 08 (Due 30 Mar 09)

     1. Vocabulary (pp 183; 12 vocabulary terms)

    2. Questions For Review (p184, problems 1-10)

    3. Laboratory Activities Mapping the sun’s surface (provided by Professor Anstine)

    ROCKS AND STARS: Chpt 09 (Due 31 Mar 09)

     1. Vocabulary (pp 212, 15 vocabulary terms)

     2. Questions For Review (p 212, problems 1-10)

    3. Laboratory Activities Measuring star distance and types of stars (provided by Professor Anstine)

    ROCKS AND STARS: Chpt 11 (Due 14 Apr 09)

     1. Vocabulary (pp 256, 13 vocabulary terms)

     2. Questions For Review (p 256, problems 1-11)

    3. Laboratory Activities How do stars form (provided by Professor Anstine)

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