Thursday January 16th

  • TAM High Course Guide
  • Bulletin News:
    • Jan. 13-18: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, no school
    • Jan. 21-24: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 22: PTSA Parent-Teen Ed, ABCs of AP/Honors Courses 6:30
    • Jan. 24: Winter Rally
    • Jan. 29: Elective Fair
    • Jan. 30: CCC Testing Info Night, 6:00 pm
    • Jan. 31: AIM Informational Meeting in Room 826 during tutorial

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to describe the structure of DNA

Agenda

Homework

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None. Still curious about DNA? Watch here.

Tuesday January 14th

  • TAM High Course Guide
  • Bulletin News:
    • Jan. 13-18: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, no school
    • Jan. 21-24: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 22: PTSA Parent-Teen Ed, ABCs of AP/Honors Courses 6:30
    • Jan. 24: Winter Rally
    • Jan. 29: Elective Fair
    • Jan. 30: CCC Testing Info Night, 6:00 pm
    • Jan. 31: AIM Informational Meeting in Room 826 during tutorial

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to compare and contrast the physiology of normally developing muscles with those affected by Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy.

Agenda

Homework

  • TOC #95: DMD and Exercise: Read and Mark the Text according to directions. Answer the question at the end directly in your notebook. Cite evidence from the reading to support your answer.

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None. Still curious about how muscles work? Watch here.

Monday January 13th

  • TAM High Course Guide
  • Bulletin News:
    • Jan. 10-11: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 13-18: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, no school
    • Jan. 21-24: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 22: PTSA Parent-Teen Ed, the ABCs of AP/Honors Courses, 6:30 Jan. 24: Winter Rally
    • Jan. 29: Elective Fair
    • Jan. 30: CCC Testing Info Night, 6:00 pm

Target Learning Objective: Compare and contrast life with and without DMD.

Agenda

Homework

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Thursday January 9th

  • TAM High Course Guide
  • Bulletin News:
    • Jan. 10-11: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 13-18: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, no school
    • Jan. 21-24: Winter One Act Festival
    • Jan. 22: PTSA Parent-Teen Ed, the ABCs of AP/Honors Courses, 6:30 Jan. 24: Winter Rally
    • Jan. 29: Elective Fair
    • Jan. 30: CCC Testing Info Night, 6:00 pm

Target Learning Objective: Compare and contrast life with and without DMD.

Agenda

Homework

TOC #88-89: Prompt # 5: DO 10 minutes of internet research about Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). Write down your notes in complete sentences on page 88 or 89. Note-taking is not part of the 10 minutes of research.

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Wednesday January 8th

  • Bulletin News:
  • Jan. 10-11: Winter One Act Festival
  • Jan. 13-18: Winter One Act Festival
  • Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, no school
  • Jan. 21-24: Winter One Act Festival
  • Jan. 22: PTSA Parent-Teen Ed, the ABCs of AP/Honors Courses, 6:30 Jan. 24: Winter Rally
  • Jan. 29: Elective Fair
  • Jan. 30: CCC Testing Info Night, 6:00 pm

Target Learning Objective: Identify science course offerings to plan your junior year course load.

Agenda

Homework

On TOC #86: Make two Mock Class Load/schedules for your Junior and Senior Year (example of one here)

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.