Washington High School Overseas Preparatory Studies -- 2015 Spring 2nd Midterm Exam Criteria-Senior
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高一 Grade 10
Group A – Mr. Zahn
The second midterm exam of the 2015 spring semester
will cover these sections: China Resists Outside
Influence, Modernization in Japan, U.S. Economic
Imperialism, and Turmoil and Change in Mexico.
Social
Studies
Group B-1 – Mr. Burger
Student Book - Unit 3
Chapter 12: Transformation Around the Globe
Section 1: China Resists Outside Influence
Section 2: Modernization in Japan
Section 3: U.S. Economic Imperialism
*Workbook : Pages 20 - 44
Group B-2 – Mr. Brennan
Expansion and War in the United States
The Great War Begins
A New Kind of War
Workbook pages 30-64
高二 Grade 11
高三 Grade 12
Group A – Mr. Zahn
G12 A-2 – Mr. Brennan
The second midterm exam of the 2015 spring semesterChapter 19 Section 1: Democracy
will cover these sections: Cold War: Superpowers Face
Chapter 20 :
Off, Communists Take Power in China, Wars in Korea
Section 3: Global Security Issues
and Vietnam, The Cold War Divides the World, The Cold
Section 4: Terrorism
War Thaws, The Indian Subcontinent Achieves Freedom,
Southeast Asian Nations Gain Independence, and
Section 5: Seeking Global Security
Conflicts in the Middle East.
Section 6: Defending Human Rights and Freedoms.
Group B-1 – Mr. Brennan
The Indian Subcontinent Achieves Freedom
Conflicts in the Middle East
Democracy
The Challenge for Democracy in Africa
China: Reform and Reaction
Group B-2 – Mr. Burger
Student Book
Unit 5 - The World at War
Chapter 18 – The Colonies Become New Nations
Section 1 The Indian Subcontinent Achieves Freedom
Section 4 Conflicts in the Middle East
Chapter 19 – Struggles for Democracy
G12 A-3 – Mr. Burger
Chapter 18 – The Colonies Become New Nations
Section 4 Conflicts in the Middle East
Chapter 19 – Struggles for Democracy
Section 1 Democracy - Case Study
Section 2 The Challenge of Democracy in Africa
Section 5 China: Reforms and Reaction
Chapter 20 - Global Interdependence
Section 2 Global Economic Development
Section 3 Global Security Issues
*Workbook: Pages 26 - 48
Section 1 Democracy - Case Study
Section 2 The Challenge of Democracy in Africa
*Workbook: Pages 33 - 58
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Mainstream – Mr. Desmarais
-Review all Vocab from:
Literature
Mainstream – Ms. Ting
"To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee
The Californian's Tale, The Balek Scales, Initiation, On
the Rainy River and notes from Empire of the Sun
- Focus on: symbolism, flashbacks, foreshadowing,
Internal and external conflicts, characterization and
character motivation, all forms of irony, allusion and
charcter foils.
- Focus on: setting as symbol, setting as antagonist and
setting as theme.
10B-1 – Mr. Boyd
Practicing and implementing strategies on the emphasis
of creating solid thesis statements for narrative,
persuasive and expository paragraphs, Focus on subject verb agreements and grammatically sound sentences
emphasizing spelling, Introduce various forms of writing
with a focus on process as it relates to organizing,
revising, editing, proof reading
10B-2 – Ms. Chen
The treasure of Lemon Brown
The lady or the Tiger
- Vocabulary
--Reading comprehension
- Short questions
- Dynamic and static characters
G12 A-1 – Mr. Desmarais
The Metamorphosis
The Guest
Eveline
Movie: Synecdoche, NY
Review the main features of modern literature and post-modern
literature as well as surrealism, existentialism and magical
realism.
G12 A-2 – Mr. Gill
11B-1 – Mr. Gill
Lanchester “Money Talks”, Perkins “Confessions of an
Poe “The Raven”, Douglass “Narrative…”, Bierce Economic Hit Man” chapters 1-12
“An Occurrence…”
the contents of the book and article
-the contents of these readings
the aspects of the articles discussed in the homework
-the vocabulary on the handouts on these stories
questions and in class
-the vocabulary highlighted in the book
-the literary terms explained in the book in the short answer (25%), longer writing (75%)
sections on these stories
-the aspects of the stories discussed in the homework
questions and in class
fill in the blank vocabulary (20%), short answer G12 A-3 – Mr. Dumont
vocabulary (5%), short answer readings (30%), Vocabulary - Oedipus the King, Handsomest drowned Man in
longer writing on readings (45%)
the World
11B-2 – Ms. Chuang
Readings/ Multiple Choice - Oedipus the King, Handsomest
· understand the main ideas of A Eulogy for Dr.
drowned Man in the World, O' Captain My Captain, King Rex
Martin Luther King Jr., The Pit and the Pendulum,
Film - Dead Poets Society (Long Answer Question)
and There Will Come Soft Rains
Literary Devices - Symbolism, Theme, Extended Metaphor,
· comprehend and identify the literary terms:
Dramatic Irony
- chronological order
Sound Devices - Rhyme, Rhythm, Assonance, Consonance,
- rhetorical devices
Alliteration
- Poe’s style
+ The Tragic Hero , Magical Realism
· demonstrate the understanding of the reading texts:
- draw conclusions
- paraphrase
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G10 A Grammar –Ms. Ting
G11A: Writing—Mr. Desmarais
- Review all persuasive terminology, including:
Understanding and Using English Grammar 4th Edition
Ch. 17 Adverb Clauses pages 365 - 386
ethos, pathos, logos, claims of truth, claims of
Ch. 18 Reduction of Adverb Clauses to Modifying
policy, claims of fact, grounds, warrants,
Adverbial Phrases pages 387 - 396
objections.
- Focus on: qualified, quantified and illustrated
G10 A Writing –Ms. Ting
statements. Using data, examples, statistics and
Persuasive Writing
anecdotal information. Critiquing an argument.
- Making structured and supported persuasive
paragraphs
Grammar
&
Writing
10B-1 Grammar – Ms. Chen
Unit 12
- adjective clauses
- fill in the blank
- rewrite the sentences
-Review the quiz paper / TOEFL VOCAB
-Exercise in the textbook
-paragraph writing
12 A-1 Writing – Mr. Desmarais
Review Logical Fallacies
All features writing covered in grade 12
Writing about Ethical Issues
12A-2 Writing – Mr. Armstrong
Students will be given various writing prompts which will
test their writing abilities in all areas we have covered in
their final year.
11B-1 Writing – Mr. Armstrong
Student's will be given persuasive writing
12A-3 Writing – Mr. Gill
prompts; they must choose one and respond to it Writing book, units 5,6
in an appropriate way with a short persuasive
writing argument and reaction/response essays
essay. They must show an understanding of the short answer (10%), 2 essays (90%)
art of persuasion and must execute the
techniques they have learned in both this and
last semester.
10B-1Writing – Mr. Dumount
Vocabulary of Persuasion
Short Answer Writing - Ethos, Logos & Pathos
Appeals
Claims, Grounds, Warrants and the art of debate
Persuasive Essay Content & Structure (diagram)
The Counterclaim (From last persuasive writing
term)
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10B-2 Grammar – Mr. Lu
11B-2 Writing – Ms. Chuang
· recognizing word forms and common suffixes
· forming the comparative and superlative of
Advice, Necessity, Requests and Suggestions
adjectives and adverbs
• The use of the model auxiliaries( can, could,
· parallel structure
may, might, must, should, will, would, be able to, be · organization of a comparison essay
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Ch12 & Ch 13 Models, Expressing Ability,
going to, have/has to and had to)
• Test includes choose the correct answer, edit
the sentences, read and answer the questions, fill in
the blanks and write an essay
10B-2 Writing – Mr. Boyd
Practicing and implementing strategies on the emphasis
of creating solid thesis statements for narrative,
persuasive and expository paragraphs, Focus on subject verb agreements and grammatically sound sentences
emphasizing spelling, Introduce various forms of writing
with a focus on process as it relates to organizing,
revising, editing, proof reading
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Group A – Mr. Willemse
Group A – Mr. Willemse
Group A – Mr. Willemse
Polynomial Functions 4.1-4.9
Radical and Rational Functions
Exponential Functions 6.1-6.2
Probabilities and Statistics 12.1-12.3
Matrices 10.1-10.4
Parametric Equations 9.7
Polynomials 3.2
The exam covers all course material covered for the 1st and 2nd
Semester from
Chapter 1.1 to 7.2
5.1-5.6
Group 10B-1- Mr. Steele
7.4 Inverse Functions
8.1 to 8.6 Exponents and Logarithms
9.2 Simple Rational Functions
Math
Group 10B-3 – Mr. Rocheleau
7.4 Inverse Functions
7.5 Graphing Square Root and Cube Root Functions
8.1 Exponential Growth
8.2 Exponential Decay
8.3 The Number e
8.4 Logarithmic Functions
8.5 Properties of Logarithms
8.6 Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations (and
Inequalities)
9.2 Graphing Simple Rational Functions
Group B-1 – Mr. Steele
7.4 Inverse Functions
8.1 to 8.6 Exponents and Logarithms
9.2 Simple Rational Functions
Group B-1 – Mr. Steele
8.4 to 8.6 Vectors
12.1 to 12.3 Sets and Probability
10.1 to 10.3 Matrices
Group B-3 – Ms. Chen
Factoring high order polynomial
Group B-3 – Mr. Rocheleau
Rational Function
7.4 Inverse Functions
- finding zeros
7.5 Graphing Square Root and Cube Root Functions
- finding VA and HA
8.1 Exponential Growth
- state the domain
8.2 Exponential Decay
- sketching the function
8.3 The Number e
8.4 Logarithmic Functions
8.5 Properties of Logarithms
8.6 Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
(and Inequalities)
9.2 Graphing Simple Rational Functions
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G10 Biology-- Mr. Rocheleau
DNA
12.1 Identifying the Substance of Genes
12.2 The Structure of DNA
12.3 DNA Replication
RNA and Protein Synthesis
13.1 RNA
13.2 Ribosomes and Protein Synthesis
13.3 Mutations
Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
16.1 Darwin’s Voyage of Discovery
16.2 Ideas That Shaped Darwin's Thinking
16.3 Darwin Presents His Case
16.4 Evidence of Evolution
Science
10B Physics – Mr. Backus
Electrostatics 32.1 to 32.7
Electric Fields and Potential 33.1 to 33.7
G11 Biology – Mr. Rocheleau
Digestive and Excretory Systems
30.1 Organization of the Human Body
30.2 Food and Nutrition
30.3 The Digestive System
30.4 The Excretory System
12B Chemistry – Mr. C. Willemse
Ions in Aqueous Solutions and Colligative Properties
Nervous System
31.1 The Neuron
31.2 The Central Nervous System
31.3 The Peripheral Nervous System
31.4 The Senses
Lab 3: Sensory Perception
12B Physics – Mr. Backus
Color
Reflection and Refraction
Temperature, Heat, and Expansion
Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems
32.1 The Skeletal System
32.2 The Muscular System
32.3 Skin - The Integumentary System
11B Chemistry – Mr. C. Willemse
Nuclear Chemistry
Acids and Bases
Acid-Base Titration and pH
G12 AP Bio. & MOOC – Mr. C. Willemse
According to their process
Electric Current 34.1 to 34.11
Organic Chemistry
10B Chemistry -_ Mr. C. Willemse
Nuclear Chemistry
Biological Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Biological Chemistry
11B Physics – Mr. Backus
Electrostatics 32.1 to 32.7
Electric Fields and Potential 33.1 to 33.7
Electric Current 34.1 to 34.11
Microeconomics:
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Review Chapter 7 – Lesson 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 & 7.4.
Review Workbook - Key Terms (vocabulary), Review questions and Key concepts Summary
Review Reading Study Guide and Quizzes.
The exam will be a mix of Vocabulary Matching, Multiple Choice, Short Answer, Essay questions and a case study.
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Macroeconomics:
Chapter 15: Using fiscal policy
15.1: What is fiscal policy?
15.2: Demand-side and supply-side policies
15.3: Deficits and the national debt
Chapter 16: The Federal Reserve and monetary policy
16.1: The Federal Reserve System
16.2: Functions of the Federal Reserve
16.3: Monetary policy
16.4: Applying monetary and fiscal policy
G12 Introduction to management- Mr. Mclsaac
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Review handout on Leadership (Chapter 12) making sure that you review the lecture notes that you have taken.
The exam questions will deal with the theories we have discussed.
Primary source documents may be a part of the exam, along with short answer and multiple choice questions.
G12 Introduction to management- Mr. Yuan
Chapter 11: Mastering the Meeting.
Chapter 12: Improving Performance.
G12 Chemistry II
Ions in Aqueous Solutions and Colligative Properties
13.1 Compounds in Aqueous Solutions
13.2 Colligative Properties of Solutions
Acids and Bases
14.1 Properties of Acids and Bases
14.2 Acid-Base Theories
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14.3 Acid-Base Reactions
Lab 4: Acid and Base Properties
Acid-Base Titration and pH
15.1 Aqueous Solutions and the Concept of pH
15.2 Determining pH and Titrations
Lab 5: Titration Lab
Psychology G12
Unit 5: Personality
Chapter 13 – Motivation and Emotion
Section 1 – Psychology of Motivation
Section 2 – Biological Needs: Focus on Hunger
Section 3 – Psychological Needs
Section 4 – Emotions
Workbook: Pages 74 - 87
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Washington High School Overseas Department 2007 First Midterm