# problem or question set

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About Me Assignment: To complete and submit this assignment correctly copy the material between the asterisks into a blank word-processing document; then, answer the questions using complete sentences, appropriate punctuation and sentence structure. All answers must be in either bold type or UPPER CASE lettering. Save the document. Finally, select all, copy, then paste the entire document into the box that opens when you click to submit this assignment.

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1.What high school do you attend?

5.What is a good phone number to reach you?

6.Why did you choose to take this class online?

7.What do you think will be the most challenging for you in this class?

8.What is one academic goal you have for this class?

9.What is one personal goal you have for this class?

10.How will this course be beneficial to you?.

11.What do you think the teacher's role should be in an online class?

12.What responsibilities do you have, as a student in this class?

By submitting this assignment you agree to keep the EHS Honor Code, as follows:

"As a student of the Electronic High School, I agree to turn in my assignments in a timely manner, do my own work, not share my work with others, and treat all students, teachers and staff with respect."

I also understand that:

I HAVE TEN WEEKS TO COMPLETE THIS QUARTER OF FINANCIAL LITERACY.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 00.00 About Me Instructions (Participation Skills and Techniques)

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This assignment is to be completed in WEEK 1 of this class. Please copy and paste the questions located between the ******** and then supply the answers.

By submitting this assignment you agree to abide by the EHS Honor Code, which is:

"As a student of the Electronic High School, I agree to turn in my assignments in a timely manner, do my own work, not share my work with others, and treat all students, teachers and staff with respect."

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1. Name - first and last:

2. What school do you attend, and what grade are you in?

3. Why did you choose to take PE through EHS?

4. What are some interesting things about you (hobbies, fun story, interests, etc.)?

5. What is the date you ENROLLED in this quarter of PE?

6. Now add 9 weeks to the date of Number 5, What is your maximimum completion date? (You can finish before this date, but not after!)

7. ACKNOWLEDGE that you understand and agree to abide by the EHS honor code: "As a student of the Electronic High School, I agree to turn in my assignments in a timely manner, do my own work, not share my work with others, and treat all students, teachers and staff with respect." YES or NO

8. Student contact information. USERNAME, EMAIL and PHONE NUMBER (This can be our email and phone #, or a parent/guardians email and phone #, or you can provide both. But I must have an email and phone number for contact information!)

EMAIL:

PHONE:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 10 minutes

1.  Which school do you attend and in what grade are you?
2. Why are you taking this course from EHS?
3. Take the day you started this course and add ten weeks—now look at the Friday of that week. This is the day you will need to have all of your work turned in and your final exam completed. What day is your completion date and how will you remember the day?
4. List a phone number and e-mail address to contact you. List a phone number and e-mail address to contact your parent(s)/guardian(s).
5. Write a paragraph telling me about yourself. What are your hobbies and interests?

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 00.02 About Me and Course Guidelines (AR1)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One: Assignment One is the "About Me & Parent Form" assignment. YOU WILL PASTE your paragraph and questions A - C below into the Submission Box under "About Me & Parent Form" and also you will upload the form in this same assignment box. You also paste Assignment Two in this first box. On this main page you will see a capital BLUE A with A + in the far left margin and that is the indicator throughout the course that it is an ASSIGNMENT when you see the A+. You may have to send the paragraph and answers and then send the form separately, but still within that About Me Submission Box.

Write a paragraph (at least five sentences) about yourself. Also in About Me, do the following:

B. give your school counselor's name and email and phone
C. state if there is anyone else who oversees or helps you with your work - if there is, include their name, email and phone number.

There is NOT a Submission Box for every single assignment or unit, in fact, there may be several units in one Submission Box. Just keep putting your answers in your word processing document as you go along. Keep clicking on the arrow on the bottom right that says "Next." Then you will come to a Submission Box and it will say to paste certain assignments within that box. BUT, do no skip even one or else the whole thing will be rejected. Do put All that is requested in this box and only paste all of the work one time.

Parent Permission Form - Required by the State of Utah (If you submit this for first quarter, you don't have to submit it again in second quarter.)
To get your top 50 points you must include the Parent Permission Form with Assignment One. You submit that in this area right after you do the About Me paragraph and A-C and Assignment Two. (Don't upload these. The only thing you upload is the signed Parent Form. :)

Print out the Parent Permission Form--it is shown as an attached document in orange print at the bottom of the very first "Overview" page. Have your parent/guardian sign it. It is best to take a photo of it or scan the document and upload it asap. Be sure you scan the parent signature. You cannot get credit for this course if you have not sent this form. If you are over 18, don't send the form, just write, "I'm 18" in the assignment box. :)

Upload the Parent Permission Form. If you look down, a little lower to the right you should see blue letters that say Upload or Re-upload data. Click on that and you should be able to upload the form. (25 points)

Assignment Two:

A. Review the Adult Roles and Responsibilities Standards document, and then, in the assignment answer box write a paragraph about what topics in the course that you think you will enjoy the most. :)

Assignment Three:

Pre-Course Guidelines You will paste the Pre-Course Guidelines in the Submission Box with the same title. Rewrite them as is asked and don't send the questions, as 21 says.

If you are in Quarter Two, please review these Course Guidelines again, so they are fresh for you. If you recall, it is important to me that you follow the directions exactly. This is a good habit for you to develop - it will prepare you for college and a future job. :) However, if you have already done them in quarter one, you can just write a sentence saying, "I did these in quarter one."

Rewrite the answers to the questions below. Rewrite them using your own words.

I am giving you the answers to this section. I want you to rewrite the answers in your own words, do not copy and paste them. This information is all vital to your success. I grade heavily on following directions so always follow the course guidelines exactly. Memorize these.

1. Can you start the Teen Living course if you have not read all of the Information and Start Here sections?

Answer: No, I must read those sections first before starting the course.

2. If you have a special deadline, what are you required to do?

Answer: I must let the teacher know at least two weeks prior to the date of the final deadline.

3. Can you send individual exercises, meaning sending Exercise 1 and then Exercise 2 at another time and so on?

Answer: No, I am not to put anything in the assignment boxes until the unit is 100% completed in the word processing program. I should not send messages in the assignment box, they are to go in the “Messages” area or to be sent in an email message. No assignments are to ever be sent in email, only messages.

4. Can you send the exercises in any order you choose?

Answer: No, I must send all answers in consequential order and if there is something missing, I should state that. I must always check the Lesson material at the top of the unit. All data that will be on the final is in this Lesson Content area, so you must read it all. Before saying something is missing check above and below in the curriculum. Then, if you can't find it or if you can't get a document to open, STOP and notify the teacher by email or in the Message area. Do not leave anything blank.

5. Can you skip an exercise?

Answer: No, I cannot skip any exercises and I cannot say “I don’t know.”

6. How long do you normally need to wait for the teacher to correct your work?

Answer: The teacher is encouraged to have all work corrected within three days.

7. Can you give the teacher "phony" deadlines? How might the teacher feel if s/he finds out you made up a deadline?

Answer: I would lose trust with my teacher because it’s really a lie.

8. If you sign up to take the course in the late spring, when should you start sending work? Why?

Answer: I must send work immediately because I cannot expect the teacher to grade one whole quarter in a couple of days.

9. Can you work from an old printed copy of the curriculum? Why?

Answer: No, because the teacher might think that I am cheating. I must only use current curriculum.

10. If you have a problem with the teacher, why is it best to talk to the teacher first before complaining elsewhere?

Answer: I must learn that this is the proper procedure in the work world and elsewhere. It complicates things and typically makes the teacher OR immediate supervisor (if you do this on your job) feel badly because you did not follow the proper communication procedures. I've seen many people be fired for not communicating with the proper person. In this case, your teacher is the proper person to complain to or to tell of your problem. If it is a system issue, then I will forward your problem on to the EHS administration.

11. Can you be automatically dropped from Teen Living? If so, why would that happen?

Answer: Yes, I can be automatically dropped if I don’t send work regularly. I must send work within a two-week period of time.

12. If you intend to finish this course in less than one month, what is required?

Answer: Especially if it is in the spring, just prior to graduation, I must let the teacher know. If many students wait until the very last minute, it may be impossible for my teacher to correct a quarter’s worth of work in a few days for a lot of people.

13. Can I send my work through email?

Answer: No, I can never send assignments through email.

14. What are important formatting guidelines?

Answer: Use normal font, always use black, normal size (12), no bold or underline (except for Exercise #1, etc.). Also, no centering or right alignment because when the teacher answers, I may not see the answer. Also, I must always leave a line space prior to each ASSIGNMENT label that is in caps and bold. If my personal computer won't do bold, then just caps is sufficient for the EXERCISE labels.

15. Why is it important that you work from a Word Processing program?

Answer: Because then I have a copy of all of my work if something happens and I can also finish a unit over several days, but it will be in one place for me to copy and paste into the Assignment box when it is 100% complete.

16. Does the teacher like it if I ask questions?

Answer: Yes, the instructor sincerely wants to help me. If I don’t understand something, I should copy the question and paste it into a message for my instructor and then tell her which parts I don’t understand. I must ALWAYS state my name as it appears in the EHS record, and give the course name and state which quarter it is.

17. Should students wait to start the course until after the permission form is entered?

Answer: No, I should not wait to start the course until after the permission form is entered. I should start immediately. But, I must not forget - the form is required by law.

18. After the final, am I immediately finished?

Answer: No, I must be sure to check with my counselor within two weeks at the end of the course. I must SEE my credit on my transcript before I stop checking. This is very important.

19. Can students request that their grade be changed if they don’t like the final grade, and can students retake the final exam?

Answer: No, once you take the final, your grade cannot be changed if you don’t feel it is high enough. No, there are no retakes on the final.

20. Can students get an A for the course if they do not get an A on the final exam?

Answer: No. Students MUST get an A on the final exam or they cannot get an A for a final course grade. Study very HARD for the final. The finals are quite different in each class and some are a lot harder than others - you must be prepared by studying VERY hard for each one. Each final is worth 50% of your grade, so don't think the final will be easy. Study the entire course for the final, and there are no notes or helps allowed.

21. Do you send the teacher all of the questions and curriculum?

Answer: No, I only send answers, no questions or curriculum. The teacher wants to see answers only, and my work will not be accepted if I forget.

### 00.03 Basic Algebra Skills - Quiz (Math Level 2)

 computer-scored 48 points possible 30 minutes
Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 00.03 Parent Perm. (AR1)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment Three: Print out the Parent Permission Form--it is shown as an attached document in blue print with a 3 in front of it. Have your parent/guardian sign it. It is best to TAKE A PHOTO of it or SCAN the document and upload it asap. Be sure you scan the parent signature. You cannot get credit for this course if you have not sent this form. If you are over 18, don't send the form, just write, "I'm 18" in the assignment box.

This is required by law, so please send it ASAP. Thank you. Print it out, have your parents SIGN IT. They should check all the tiny boxes at the top of page 2 because we will be covering all of those topics. Certainly you know someone who has a camera on a smart phone who can snap a photo and then send it off to me. Or, you can find scanners in libraries or at the school--you might ask a technology teacher if you can't find a librarian to help you in a library. Be sure to take the photo of the signature page, upload it to your desktop and upload it in the assignment area. Or, send it as an attachment using the teacher's email address under the teacher contact information.

NOTE: By Utah State law, parental or guardian consent is required for a student to participate in human sexuality instruction. State policy states that instruction includes the importance of marriage and the family, abstinence from sexual activity before marriage, and fidelity after marriage. Consult the local school district on its policy regarding the teaching of human sexuality and district approved instructional materials.

REMEMBER TO PUT ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS IN A WORD PROCESSING PROGRAM (NOT Word). DO NOT SUBMIT THEM INTO THE SUBMISSION BOX until you come to a Submission Box and it tells you to paste certain work into it. Paste ALL of the work requested in that box only ONE time. The first box may not be until the end of Unit 2. Just click on the box that is on the lower right, that has an arrow and it says "Next," until you come to the Submission Box.

### 00.03.01 Basic Skills - Integers (Math Level 1)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 15 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Take the quiz 00.03.01 Basic Skills Integers

If you don't pass the quiz on the first attempt, search the internet for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers. Review the material and try again.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 00.03.02 Basic Skills - Fractions (Math Level 1)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Take the quiz listed as 00.03.02 Basic Skills - Fractions Quiz

If you don't pass the quiz on the first attempt, search the internet for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. Review the material and try again.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 00.03.03 Basic Skills - Simplifying Expressions (Math Level 1)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Take the quiz 00.03.03 Basic Skills - Simplifying Expressions Quiz

If you don't pass the quiz on the first attempt, search the internet for simplifying expressions. Review the material and try again.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.00.01 Lesson 0A: Spanish Characters (Spanish I)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes

**Assignment 01.00.01 Spanish Accents and Special Characters**: You should have set up your computer with a Spanish keyboard, practiced typing accents along with special characters, and feel ready to demonstrate that in this assignment! Once again, look down in the bottom, right hand corner of your screen and find this button: Click on this button to go to the next assignment!

Once again, after completing the assignment, find that dependable button and click on it to go to the next lesson in the course! So far, so good!!

### 01.01 Why Is an Artist Considered Great? assignment (Art History and Art Criticism)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

After studying this course, you should be able to understand more about WHAT makes an artist great and WHAT makes an art piece valuable and WHO these artists are--and you just learned the "WHY'S".

In one or more paragraph, answer the question: What makes an artist great or a piece of art valuable? Show evidence in your answer that you did the reading. This is your opinion, so there is no right or wrong answer, but you must demonstrate that you did the reading.

Copy and paste the questions between the asterisks in a word processor. Using the information from your online readings, presentations and external reading, answer the questions in your own words, in complete sentences and submit your assignment.

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1. Using the information in the readings from the "Why Art" Presentation, write a couple of complete sentences discussing why do you think a particular piece of art is interesting to look at?
2. In several complete sentences, write why you think some artists are greater than others, or why some art pieces are more valuable than others?
3. From the "Why Art" Presentation, list the five reasons people make art and discuss each briefly.
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### 01.01 Expressions and Formulas - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01 Personal Lifestyle Costs, and Education and Earnings (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

Submit your assignment according to the instructions.

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ASSIGNMENT 1.01 (E13) (Copy everything between the asterisks.)

1)What monthly salary did the web site predict you need? > ANSWER:

2)Name one lifestyle change you might make if you only earn minimum wage ($7.25/hr or$1,160 a month): > ANSWER:

b.  After moving the cursor over your preferred educational level, what is the average 1-year income for that level? > ANSWER:

4)What is the average 40-year income for that level of education? > ANSWER:

5)List one way you think increased income will improve YOUR family life: > ANSWER:

6)Q: (1.01): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER:

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Make all your answers bold. If that is not possible (in the old system), UPPER CASE is fine.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01. Warm Up (Citizenship) Activity

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 20 minutes

# Assignment 01.01:

1.Click on the link “Citizenship Quiz.” Choose one of the types of the quiz to take.  Quiz 1 will give a few of the questions and time your answers, giving you an overall idea of what your final score on the Citizenship Test would be.  Quiz 2 gives you the full 96 question test, if you are interested to see what types of questions are on the test.  Take one of the quizzes, without looking up any answers, or discussing the questions with anyone else.  This is, after all, a pre-test.  When you get to the last screen, take a screen shot of the page, showing your score.  If you don’t know how to do this, go to the "How to Take a Screen Shot" link. (20 pts)

Answer the following questions (2-3 sentences each):

2. Do you think that this quiz is a good indicator of what a person needs to know in order to become a citizen of the U.S.?  Why or why not? (5 pts)

3. How do you feel about how you did on this test?  Was it too hard, too easy, or just about right?  (5 pts)

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01.01 Assignment 004 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS START HERE:

Assignment Four:

Part One: ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

1. What year will you graduate? IF this changes prior to graduation, you must edit this answer to reflect the new situation and also send me a message stating that your graduation date has changed.

2. Have you taken an online course before?

3. Do you have any particular learning challenges that I should be aware of?

4. Why did you choose to take this class?

Part Two:
View the Adult Roles and Responsibilities PowerPoint PPT 2 & 3 by Virginia Nicholson and Doreen Robinson. (You will find the power points in the blue links shown above and/or in the content, letter A., above.) Remember that you write the answers to the questions in your word processing document (not Word, but use Text or Notes, etc.) on your computer. Then, you copy the whole unit when it is completely done, and you paste it into the assignment box for that unit (22). Write two paragraphs about these power points. (I consider a paragraph to be at least five sentences.)

If you cannot open the PowerPoints, then download the FREE Microsoft Office Power Point Viewer to your computer. Then, you will be able to open all power points. You cannot take this course without being able to view PowerPoints.

Do not proceed if there is something you cannot do because skipping assignments is not an option. You can get an F for the whole unit if you skip work, so be sure to proof read. If you cannot find something, do not proceed, but DO immediately send me a message and tell me so I can help you. That is what I am here for. :) :)

### 01.01.01 Five Themes of Geography(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 60 minutes

Assignment 01.01.01

Content Objective: Learn the purpose and definitions for the five themes of geography

To aid in the study of geography, geographers have developed five themes or categories to organize geographic information. These themes help structure information in a way that helps us study all kinds of issues, both local and global. The following are the Five Themes of Geography:

I. Location II. Place III. Human/Environment Interaction IV. Movement V. Region

The Earth from space: NASA image Five Themes Assignment

USE THE WEBSITES AND PDF PROVIDED IN THE LESSON--DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA OR GOOGLE TO FIND THE ANSWERS There are many different definitions for these terms, I am looking for the specific geographic definitions from the website provided.

1. LOCATION

a. In 1-2 sentences define and describe location.
b. Give 2 personal examples from your life for the theme location
c. Using the internet, find a picture that represent the theme location, copy and paste the image into your assignment.
d. Next to the picture explain in 2-3 sentences how and why this picture represents the theme location.

2. PLACE

a. In 1-2 sentences define and describe place.
b. Give 2 personal examples from your life for the theme place
c. Using the internet, find a picture that represent the theme place, copy and paste the image into your assignment.
d. Next to the picture explain in 2-3 sentences how and why this picture represents the theme place.

3. HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION

a. In 1-2 sentences define and describe human and environment interaction.
b. Give 2 personal examples from your life for the theme human and environment interaction
c. Using the internet, find a picture that represent the theme human and environment interaction, copy and paste the image into your assignment.
d. Next to the picture explain in 2-3 sentences how and why this picture represents the theme human and environment interaction.

4. MOVEMENT

a. In 1-2 sentences define and describe movement.
b. Give 2 personal examples from your life for the theme movement
c. Using the internet, find a picture that represent the theme movement, copy and paste the image into your assignment.
d. Next to the picture explain in 2-3 sentences how and why this picture represents the theme movement.

5. REGION

a. In 1-2 sentences define and describe region.
b. Give 2 personal examples from your life for the theme region
c. Using the internet, find a picture that represent the theme region, copy and paste the image into your assignment.
d. Next to the picture explain in 2-3 sentences how and why this picture represents the theme region.

6. In two to three sentences, explain in your own words why geographers have developed Five Themes of Geography.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01.01 Lesson 1A: Intro to Spanish Alphabet (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.01.01: Intro to Spanish Alphabet**: Now this part of the course, accessing an assignment should be pretty familiar to you! Find our favorite button: and click on it!

Just as before, after completing the assignment, find that exciting button and click on it to go to the next lesson in the course! You're doing GREAT!!

### 01.01.01 Study Questions - Sovereignty & Government (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 45 minutes

Before you answer the following questions, please click through the five pages on "The Nature of Government" (see link above). This presentation will last between four and five minutes. *********************************************************************************************************

Sovereignty

Define the following terms:

1) Sovereignty

2) Government

Preamble

List four purposes of government

3)

4)

5)

6)

Federal Government

7) What is a federal government?

8) What is a confederated government (not the Confederacy of the Civil War Era)?

Autocracy/Oligarchy/Democracy

9) Define autocracy

10) Define oligarchy

11) Define democracy

12 & 13) What is the difference between a direct and indirect democracy?

14) We say we live in a democracy, but what kind of government do we really have? Explain your answer.

From the Presentation Above (or search the internet)

15) In what ways did the colonists and their historical English documents influence the foundation of government in America?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01.02

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 15 minutes

Now that you have responded to these 4 questions, copy them from your reading guide and submit them in assignment 1.02

(If you have chosen to print out your reading guide and fill it out by hand, you can send me a picture of your responses so you won’t have to type them onto a separate document.)

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01.02 Assignment 005 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 5 points possible 10 minutes

Assignment Five: Review the "5 Self-Concept Characteristics" document, then list the positive aspects of your own, personal self-concept and also the negative aspects of your own self-concept. Know that you do have both, so please list at least three things in each area. I'll require you to send it again if you say there is nothing at all negative about you.

REMEMBER: To submit work in this class, keep pressing the Arrow at the bottom right, where it says "Next." Then, when you come to a Submit Here box, you paste into it exactly what it asks for and be sure to paste (all the work that you put in your word processor) only one time and to put ALL that is asked for that one time. :) UNIT one will be requested later - around the end of unit two... Ms. D

### 01.01.02 Intro to Fitness

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 15 minutes

Copy and paste the section between the lines of asterisks into a word processing document on your computer. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work by pasting it in to the assignment submission window for this assignment.

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Intro To Fitness Assignment

1. What do you like most about PE?
2. What do you like least about PE?
3. Do you feel that physical fitness is important? Why or why not?
4. What do you think it takes to become physically fit?
7. Why do you think you are required to take PE?
8. My Fitness Goals:

Mile run:

Sit-ups:

Push-ups:

9. Nutrition Goals:

What are you going to eat more of?

What are you going to eat less of?

10. Class Goals:

What do you hope to improve on?

What activity would you like to become better at?

What is something new you are excited to try?

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### 01.01.03 All about the Earth(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 45 minutes

ASSIGNMENT 01.01.03

Content Objective: Examine how physical processes shape the earth's surface.

Our World The earth is a rocky body moving around the sun on a path called an orbit. Each journey around the sun is called a revolution which lasts one year. As the earth moves around the sun, it turns on its axis. It makes one complete turn in 23 hours and 56 minutes. This causes light and darkness or day and night. The earth is a spherical shape but is not perfectly round. The diameter at the equator is slightly longer than the Prime Meridian from pole to pole. No one has ever traveled below the earth's crust. Scientists have found other ways to gather information about our planet. They do this through the study of seismic waves, or vibrations that are caused by earthquakes.Use the link located at the end of the assignment to answer the questions. Copy the questions below between the rows of asterisks and submit them along with your answers. Please use a different font color when you type the answers. Also, if you can't figure out how to to include drawings, you can just describe the plate movement or drawing in words and still receive credit.  Directions:

1. Answer the questions. Follow the directions carefully. 2. Scroll down and click on the website to complete this assignment.

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Click on axis, tilt and seasons and answer the following questions.

1. What are the earth’s seasons caused by?

2. Why is summer warmer than winter?

Click on how fast is the world moving.

3. What was one of Einstein’s realizations?

Click on Sun found in the text on that page.

4. How far away is the sun?

5. When is the earth closest to the sun?

6. When is the earth the farthest from the sun?

Click the back button

7. In miles, How fast is the earth spinning around its axis?

Click on continental drift.

8. Draw the diagram of the earth and label the different sections (not the different plates, but the different layers of the Earth and if you can't figure out how to include a drawing, just describe it in words).

9. How do tectonic plates move?

10. Do they ever change shape?

11. What causes sea level to change?

12. What are the names of the earth’s major plates?

13. What does the movement of the earth’s plates cause?

14. Which is older the continental crust or the oceanic crust?

15. How fast are the plates moving?

16. The top layer of the earth’s surface is called what?

17. Why do you think the oceanic crust is more active than the continental crust?

18. What happens in seafloor spreading (causes and effects)?

19. What causes mountain ranges?

20. Draw a diagram and explain divergent plate movement: seafloor spreading (make sure to draw the diagram with the 2 round shapes with the arrows). If you can't figure out how to include a drawing, you can just describe divergent plate movement.

21. Draw a diagram and explain convergent plate movement. If you can't figure out how to include a drawing, you can just describe convergent plate movement.

22. What is subduction?

23. What do two colliding oceanic plates form?

24. What do two colliding continental plates form?

25. Draw a diagram of lateral slipping plate movement and explain what it is or if you can't figure out how to include a picture, describe lateral slipping movement with words.  What does this type of movement create?

26. What was Pangaea? Explain the theory of what happened to it.

Scroll down and click on interactive quiz about plate tectonics. If you answer the questions correctly, the question mark will turn into a picture. When you finish, return to the continental drift page.

Click on inside the earth.

27. Tell me two things about the earth’s core.

28. In miles, how thick is the mantle?

Click on oceans.

29. Oceans cover what percent of the earth’s surface?

30. Think about this one. You will not find it on the computer. If the oceans contain 97% of the earth’s total water supply, what percent left is fresh, drinkable water?

31. How do oceans affect weather and temperature of the earth?

32. What causes ocean waves?

33. In what direction do waves move?

34. Why are oceans salty?

35. Where is the saltiest water in the world?

36. What is the largest and smallest ocean?

37. Name three large seas (not oceans, but seas).

38. What causes tides?

Click on water cycle.

39. What is the water cycle?

40. Where does this cycle get its energy?

41. What is ground water?

Click on atmosphere.

42. What does the earth’s atmosphere do?

43. How thick is the atmosphere?

44. What happens to the oxygen level as you climb a mountain?

Click on greenhouse effect.

45. What is the greenhouse effect?

Click on "Why is the sky blue?"

46. Why is the sky blue?

47. What should you never do?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01.03 Assignment 006 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Six: Define the vocabulary words listed below. These vocabulary words will likely be included in the quizzes and exams.

Self-Concept
Self-Esteem
Self-Ideal
Label
Stereotype

### 01.01.04 Assignment 007 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Seven: Write a short paragraph of at least five sentences, stating how you think you developed your present self-concept.

### 01.01.04 Landforms(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 60 minutes

ASSIGNMENT 01.01.04

Content Objective: Recognize and describe the different types of physical landforms.

Landforms Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona: Image from Wikimedia Commons, Meckimac image, Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported A landform is a feature on the earth's surface. Mountains, rivers, valleys, and canyons are all types of landforms. Landforms are shaped by nature. Erosion, tectonic movement and weathering are all factors in shaping the earth. Plate movement pushes the land upward forming mountains. Weathering and erosion wear down the earth cutting into mountains and plateaus. Weathering can break down the earth into small sediments. These sediments can accumulate and create deltas. Today you have the opportunity to do some research of your own. You will find out about different landforms and create an island you have always dreamed of. Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks into a word processing document on your computer. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work by pasting it in to the assignment submission window for this assignment. ***************************************************************************************************

The websites used for these activities are located at the bottom of the assignment. Define the following words, state all of the characteristics if given, and think of a real world example of each landform.  Make sure to look on the left side of your monitor when you click on the websites given. There you will find a link LIST OF ALL LANDFORMS. Please use a different font color when you type the answers. Many students use black for the questions and red for the answers. For example, if the term is "island" the definition would be "a piece of land completely surrounded by water." A real world example would be "Guam."

1- Archipelago:

Example:

2- Bay:

Example:

3- Canal:

Example:

4- Canyon:

Example:

5- Cape:

Example:

6- Channel:

Example:

7- Reef:

Example:

8- Delta:

Example:

9- Fjord:

Example:

10- Gulf:

Example:

Trollfjord, Norway: Image from Wikimedia Commons, Grant from Oslo, Norway, CC Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic

11- Isthmus:

Example:

12- Mesa:

Example:

13- Peninsula:

Example:

14- Plain:

Example:

15- Plateau:

Example:

16- Source:

Example:

17-Strait:

Example:

18- Swamp:

Example:

19- Valley:

Example:

20- Waterfall:

Example:

21- In three to four sentences, tell me what your favorite landform is and why.

22- In three to four sentences, explain how landforms are made (in your own words).

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.01.05 Assignment 008 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Eight:

Look at the Self-Concept Tips for Building Self-Esteem document and pick five of the tips to write about. If you cannot find those particular tips, do an on-line search and write about five self-concept ideas. List the five tips and then state how each one can help you in your own life.

### 01.01.05 Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 1 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 30 points possible 40 minutes

Complete

Unit 01 -- Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 1
Describing Correlation

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 1.

### 01.01.06 Assignment 009 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Nine: Describe a person you know who you think has terrific self esteem. Write one paragraph (five sentences at least). :)

### 01.01.07 Assignment 010 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Ten: View the Self-Concept Circle shown below, and write one paragraph about it. Explain what you think the diagram means, both in general terms and also in your own life.

### 01.01.08 Assignment 011 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Eleven: Answer the following three questions:

1. Why is it important to develop positive self-esteem?
2. Who cares if I develop self-esteem or not?
3. What impact will it have on my life if I don’t develop a good self-concept?

### 01.01.09 Assignment 012 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment Twelve: After having viewed the "Building Self Confidence" site, now do one of the following: set three personal goals for self-improvement which will help improve your self-concept and write these down; or write about five things that you learned from this experience. Remember, never do your minimal effort, or your grade will reflect that. Give thoughtful, detailed answers for the highest grade. :)

### 01.01.10 Assignment 013 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Thirteen: “The decision you make to love yourself is the most important decision you will ever make.” Please answer the following questions to eliminate the things that keep you from loving yourself.

1. List your “I can’t” characteristics on a sheet of paper. These are all the things you say to yourself that
2. List the things your parents say you do wrong.
3. Write things that others say you do wrong.
4. Now explain how you feel about all of these “I can’t” statements?

REMEMBER: To submit work in this class, keep pressing the Arrow at the bottom right, where it says "Next." Then, when you come to a Submit Here box, you paste into it exactly what it asks for and be sure to paste (all the work that you put in your word processor) only one time and to put ALL that is asked for that one time. :) UNIT one will be requested later - around the end of unit two...

### 01.02 Foundations of Civilization Reading Challenge (WorldCiv1)

 teacher-scored 24 points possible 40 minutes

Hominid (Australopithecus) skull, South Africa: Wikimedia Commons, Brett Eloff, Courtesy Profberger and Wits University, CC Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

To submit this assignment:
1. Create the assignment in a word processing document--copy and paste in the questions between the two lines of asterisks, below.
2. When you have finished, click “next” at the bottom of the screen. On the following screen you will find a submit this assignment tab.
3. Copy and paste the assignment into the text box and click [Save changes].
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Assignment instructions:
Respond to each item below using the "Required Readings."
The "Required Readings" for the course are provided by World Book Encyclopedia and are aligned to the Utah State Core Curriculum for Social Studies. The readings are written by college professors, historians, museum curators and institute directors recognized world-wide as experts in their fields of study.
Accessing the readings is a bit tricky, but it is possible. To access the readings you must do the following
1) Open "a new Tab" on your internet browser and paste the web address for Pioneer Library Online found at the bottom of the assignment page.
The log-in page will appear. The user name and password is available from your local school librarian, or you can get it from your instructor.
The Pioneer Online Library page will appear. Click on the link in the first column titled: World Book Encyclopedia. The page will open in a new window or a new tab. You can close the new World Book window/tab but DO NOT close the original Pioneer Library tab or you will NOT be able to access the readings, as this exits you from the Pioneer Library.

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1. What does the term “Prehistoric People” mean? How has the advancement in the study of such peoples grown and developed over time?

2. Where (location) and when (date) were the remains of the oldest known hominid found?

3. Which species of Australopithecus is “Lucy”? What is the significance of her discovery?

4. Which of the three species of human beings is most like modern humans?

Briefly describe the characteristics of these people:

5. Who were the Neanderthals? Where did they come from? What were their physical characteristics? Are they part of the single or multiple origin theory?

6. Write a paragraph or create a chart that compares/contrasts the Stone Age to the Bronze Age. Please include how they got their food, how writing was used, when speaking became prevalent and any other interesting facts in your paragraph/chart.

7. What is archaeology?

8. Briefly define the three basic kinds of archaeological evidence:

9. What are the main steps in surveying an archaeological site?

10. What tools do archaeologists use in excavation?

11. How do archaeologists determine the age of remains through radiocarbon dating?

12. What is a concern of archaeology today on an international scale and what suggestions does the article give to resolve the problem?

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Click on the link below for the Pioneer Library which will bring up a log-in box. Here you will type in the user name and password for that is available from your EHS teacher or your local school librarian. Once you have logged in, this link will take you to the WorldBook Online in a new window or a new tab. Next, click on the link for the article you want to read, and you will be taken straight to that article.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.02 How We Study Art assignment (Art History and Art Criticism)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes

Copy and paste the questions between the asterisk into a word processor program. From your online readings, answer the questions in your own words in complete sentences, and submit the assignment (worth up to 25 points).
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1. List the seven elements of art.
2. In a couple of sentences, describe two out of the six elements of art and how they can create a meaning or have some type of emotional quality. Give an example of one, such as "A picture or painting that is created with a lot of horizontal lines or is painted on a piece of paper that is horizontal gives the viewer a feeling of peace or at rest."
3. List the eight principles of design.
4. Define medium. In a couple of sentences give an example of four media that an artist can use to create art with.
5. What is the standard of judgment called?
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### 01.02 Simplifying Radicals - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.02 Writing Expressions - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 53 points possible 20 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.02.01 Assignment 014 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 40 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS START HERE:

Assignment Fourteen:

A. Watch the Values power point and answer any questions within the power point.

What are Values?
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At what age do we acquire values and from whom?
7. Ages 1-7 _____________________________________
8. Ages 8-13 _____________________________________
9. Ages 14-20 _____________________________________
10. Ages 21+ _____________________________________

Characteristics of Values (Select at least 6)
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Types of Values
17. Moral Values______________________________________________
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18. Aesthetic Values___________________________________________
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19. Material Values____________________________________________
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20. Intrinsic Values__________________________________________
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21. Extrinsic Values___________________________________________
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22. Universal Values___________________________________________
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23. Group Specific Values______________________________________
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### 01.02.01 Lesson 1B: Spanish Cognates (Spanish 1)

 computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.02.01 Spanish Cognates**: You should be a pro by now, so just find our special button: and click on it!

Last reminder: after completing the assignment, find that wonderful button and click on it to go to the next lesson!

### 01.02.01 Study Questions - Colonial America (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Colonial America - the Historical Background of the United States American Colonies

Copy and paste the section between the lines of asterisks into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work by pasting it into the assignment submission window for this assignment.

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American Colonies

Define each of the following terms:

1) Corporate Colony

2) Royal Colony

3) Proprietary Colony

Revolution

4) Why did America go to war against England?

Declaration of Independence

5) Why is the Declaration of Independence called the Cornerstone of Democracy for everyone in the world?

6) Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?

Background

7) How did John Locke and other political philosophers help influence the writing of the Declaration of Independence?

8) Who else was on the committee to write the Declaration of Independence? (Name at least three)

9) Define "consent of the governed," as Jefferson used it.

Consent of the Governed

10) This sentence is in the Declaration of Independence--"We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal..." What does this sentence mean today? How has its interpretation changed since it was first written?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.02.02 Assignment 015 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Fifteen:

1. Create a list of what you “need.”
2. Make a list of your “wants.”
3. Write a paragraph about why you think personal values are important?
4. List your top five values.
5. Then list where you think those five values came from?
6. Who or what influenced you?

### 01.02.03 Assignment 016 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Sixteen: Fold a sheet of paper in half. Leave the paper folded and make a list of ten things you spend most of your time doing (school, watching television, computer, video games, chores, sports, sleeping, working, etc.). Now, leaving the paper folded, turn the paper over and list the five things that you hold most dear (family, religion, freedom, friends, relationships, etc.) Then open the paper so you can see both lists. Draw lines that match the value to the activity it relates to. If you cannot match any values with your activities, perhaps you need to evaluate your life. You are devoting your time and attention to that which you TRULY do value. If the two are not lining up, then it's important to make some dramatic changes in activities/time/attention now.

1. How did your values and activities match up?
2. If they did not match up significantly, how could you re-evaluate your values and how you spend your time?
3. What could you do to start spending more time on things that you value?

### 01.02.04 Assignment 017 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 10 minutes

Assignment Seventeen: Explain the statement, "Personal values have an impact on our interpersonal relationships." Do you believe this is true and if so, why? If not, then explain your answer.

### 01.02.05 Assignment 018 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment Eighteen: Do a search on the internet to find out about a movie, “Power of One.” This was created in the late 70's or early 80's from a book by the same name. It is about a little boy in Africa who was discriminated against. After you've researched the movie/book, and have discovered what it is about, watch this trailer using the link below to get the feeling of the movie.

Write three paragraphs about what you found about this movie/book. If you can watch this on your own, I'll give extra credit--it is available at most video stores. I will warn you that there are a few violent scenes if you are going to watch it. The movie is rated PG13.

### 01.02.06 - Measurements: Significant Figures (Physics)

 computer-scored 35 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 01 Significant Figures

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer-graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment, and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after you finish reading lesson 2.

### 01.02.06 Assignment 019 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 45 minutes

Assignment Nineteen: Do an internet search about the movie Chariots of Fire and write a paragraph about the story. Again, I'd encourage you to watch this on your own. The movie is rated PG. Be sure to watch this clip prior to writing your summary, I think it will make it more enjoyable for you. :)

### 01.02.07 - Measurement: Unit 01 Review (Physics)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 35 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 01 Review

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer-graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment, and provides immediate feedback.

You should only attempt this assignment after studying Unit 01.

### 01.02.07 Assignment 020 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Twenty: Write about your one greatest value (A) and also discuss what you would be willing to sacrifice to be true to that value (B). Please be sincere and detailed in your answer--don’t say, “I’d die for it.”

### 01.02.07 Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 2 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 30 points possible 40 minutes

Complete

Unit 01 -- Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 2
Analyzing Linear Data

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 2.

### 01.02.08 Assignment 021 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Twenty-one: Write about personal values that affect financial choices (e.g., home ownership, work ethic, charity, civic virtue). State why you think they have such a dramatic effect.

### 01.02.08 Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 3 (PreCalc)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 01 Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 3
Linear Regressions

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided and complete the graphs on graph paper. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawings so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. Alternately, you may wish to type the answers into a word processing document, convert this to an .rtf file, and upload this. If you do this, be sure to include the questions as well as the answers.

This assignment is worth 50 points.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 2.

### 01.02.09 Assignment 022 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment Twenty-two: Do an internet search to discover how one's Personality determines and/or affects a person's Values. Make this at least one paragraph long (again at least five sentences

You will submit assignments 4 through 22 in the 01.02 4-22 Units 1 & 2 assignment area.

### 01.03 Algebraic Properties - Quiz (Math Level 1)

 computer-scored 23 points possible 20 minutes

Activity for this lesson

You have three attempts at the quiz and must score 16 or higher to meet the minimum requirements of the quiz.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.03 Explore a Career (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

Exit the web page and submit your assignment as usual.

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ASSIGNMENT 1.03 - (13E) (Copy everything between the asterisks.)

1. Which occupation did you choose? > ANSWER:

2. Scroll to the “Work Environment,” or "What is this job like" (or a similar topic) to find one thing from the site that sounds enjoyable AND one that does not: a. (Enjoyable) > ANSWER: b. (Not Enjoyable) > ANSWER:

3. Q: Scroll to “Job Outlook.” or a similar topic from the web site, to find future employment possibilities for this job: > ANSWER:

4. Q:  If your job were in demand, do you think that would cause your salary to increase or decrease? > ANSWER:

5. Q: Scroll to “pay,” or "How much would this pay?" (or a similar topic) to tell your potential earnings in this job? > ANSWER:

6. Q: (1.03): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.03 Exploring Sums and Products of Rational and Irrational Numbers - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 71 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.03 Identifying the reasons for the establishment of colonies in America Reading Log

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 40 minutes

You'll use Lessons 01.02 and 01.03 to complete this assignment. As long as you follow the directions you'll do fine.

Directions The ID Terms are similar to definitions EXCEPT they add the element of WHY? What I mean is this; after you have defined the word or told me who the person is you then need to tell me WHY they are important to this point in history. This means that you should have a couple of short sentences for each of the ID Terms. You will not get half points for this part of the assignment. If you don't have BOTH sentences you won't get credit. The other thing is; you MUST avoid broad generalizations like; "if they didn't do what they did the world would be different." So what you'll need to do think for a minute. Definitions are what I call basic regurgitation, you read something and then spit it back out in written form. By adding the WHY element I am hopefully training you to analyze what you've read a little bit. By asking yourself, "Why is this person or thing important or significant?" You are making a connection in your brain and analyzing, which is a higher brain function than regurgitation. To help you get started, I have added questions in italics to give you some direction.

If you are using the ushistory.org site concentrate on sections 2-9. Use the information and sites given in lessons 1.01 to 1.05 for any additional information you need.

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1. Jamestown (Who founded Jamestown and why?)

2. Puritans (What did they believe and how were they treated?)

3. John Winthrop (What did he mean with his "City on the Hill" comment and what impact did this have on early America?)

4. House of Burgesses  (What "first" was this and what was the impact of this on the colonies?)

5. Separatists  (What did this term mean and why did they become a part of early colonization efforts?)

6. Plymouth Colony (Who founded this colony and why?)

7. Mayflower Compact  (Who signed this and what was the significance of this?)

8. Roger Williams  (What colony did he found and what were his "ideas"?)

9. Anne Hutchinson & the Antinomian Controversy (What was the controversy about and what was the result?)

10. William Penn (What colony did he found and why?)

11. Quakers (What were their beliefs? What promped them to colonize here?)

12. James Oglethorpe  (What colony did he found and why?)

13. Mercantilism  (What was the basic idea and how did this affect the colonies?)

14. Navigation Acts (What was restricted by these acts and what was the result for the colonies?)

15. Salutary Neglect  (What was it and how did it help initiate the Revolutionary War?)

16.  What was probably the most important "commodity" found in the new colonies? (Refer to lesson 1.01 for this answer.)

17. What was the Treaty of Tordesillas? What did it say about the influence of the Catholic Church?

18. What was the impact of the Columbian Exchange on the Americas?

19. Describe each leg of the Triangular Trade. Why was the middle passage so treacherous?

20.  What was Bacon's Rebellion and why was it important?

21. How did the Enlightenment influence the American Colonies?

22. What was the Great Awakening? What was the basis for it and who was one of its main preachers?

23. What was the French and Indian War? Why was it fought?

24. What was the Proclamation of 1763 and what was the result of it?

25. How were the New England colonies, the Middle colonies and the Southern colonies different?  (Consider culture, settlers, economies, etc.)

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.03 You Be the Judge (Standards of Judgement) assignment (Art History and Art Criticism)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 25 minutes

Blair Buswell is a well known 3-D artist from Utah. Use the three website and the video from "You Tube" to find the answers to the questions below.

Copy and paste the questions between the asterisk in a word processor. From your online readings, answer the questions below in your own words in complete sentences. Then submit your assignment in the assignment section. Submit your assignment titled 01.3.01 "You Be the Judge".
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1. In a couple of sentences, what is the final product or medium or media is that Blair Buswell uses and outline the steps he must complete to get the final piece completed.
2. Explained what the subject matter is and size of art work titled "Breeze". (You will find this sculpture at the bottom of one of the webpages.
3. What are 3 elements of art and 2 design principles that Buswell has used to create the largest and latest sculpture.
4. Describe one of the smallest pieces that Blair Buswell had made and then describe one of the largest art works he has recently completed?

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### 01.03.01 Lesson 1C: A Spanish Friend!! (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.03.01: A Spanish Friend!!**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 01.03.01 Study Questions - Framing the Constitution (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 45 minutes

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Articles of Confederation Our first true constitution was called the Articles of Confederation.

1) What differences are there between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution in regards to the Legislative branch of government?

2) What differences are there between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution in regards to the Executive branch of government?

A More Perfect Union

3) What led up to the calling of a constitutional convention?

4) When and where did the Constitutional Convention meet?

Constitutional Convention

5) What political experiences (prior to attending the Convention) did the delegates to the Constitutional Convention have?

6) What was the main occupation of those people who attended the Constitutional Convention? (i.e. what job did most of the delegates have before attending?  Remember, politics was only a 1-2 month a year job at the time)

7) Where was Thomas Jefferson at the time the Constitution was written?

Compromise

8) What is the Great Compromise?

9) List other compromises that occurred during the Convention.

Ratification

10) What does it mean to ratify something?

11) How many states needed to ratify the Constitution to make it the law of the land?

Constitution

12) Who is called the Father of the Constitution?

13) List other major players at the Constitutional Convention and their contributions.

Federalist/Anti-federalist

14) What were the Federalist Papers?

15) Who wrote the Federalist Papers?

16) Watch the video (link above) about Alexander Hamilton, one of the writers of the Federalist Papers. What did you learn or find interesting?

Supreme Law

17) What is called "the Supreme Law of the Land"? Why is it called that?

18) What do we call changes in the Constitution that have occurred in the past 200 years?

19) Explore the US Constitution website (link above). Which parts of the website did you click on and what did you learn?

Principles

20) List the six basic principles of the Constitution.

Checks and Balances

21) What is meant by Checks and Balances?

22) What is meant by Separation of Powers? Explain how that works in our government.

Preamble

23) Write the meaning of the Preamble of the Constitution in your own words.

Articles

24-25) List the articles of the Constitution with a brief explanation of what each one does.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.03.02

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 30 minutes

After taking the quiz, you may notice that your responses on your study guide for this lesson need some revision.  Make any changes you need to and then copy the questions & your responses from Lesson 2 Activity B and turn them in for assignment 1.03.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.03.06 Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 4 (PreCalc)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 70 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 01 -- Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 4
Making Predictions

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment and provides immediate feedback.

You will need to use a spreadsheet to answer some of the questions in the quiz/assignment. After you have completed the quiz/assignment, you will need to save and upload the spreadsheet.

Alternately, you can...

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided and with an appropriate spreadsheet program. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawings so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. Alternately, you may wish to type the answers into a word processing document, convert this to an .rtf file, and upload this. If you do this, be sure to include the questions as well as the answers.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 3.

### 01.04 Solving Two-Step Equations - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.04 Writing techniques and punctuation assignment (English 9)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 20 minutes

Sentence Workshop - Punctuation review

Make sure you have viewed the three Punctuation Explained videos (links above) and read the lesson before you start on this assignment.

Copy and paste the section between the lines of asterisks into a word-processing document on your computer. You may want to print out a copy to take to your workout. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work using the assignment submission window (in Topic 3 of your main class page) for this assignment.

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Writing sentences

Proper use of punctuation in your writing helps readers understand what you mean. Follow the instructions in each part to write your sentences. You may need to review lesson 01.02 (Techniques for good writing).

1. Use commas to separate items in a series of three or more (where you might have put an "and" or "or"):

Examples: I went to the store for butter, eggs, and milk.
Throwing hay to the horses, breaking the ice on the water trough, and shoveling snow off the steps were all part of her morning chores.

Write one sentence using commas to separate single-word items in a series (like the first example). NOTICE that you should NOT use a comma before the first item. Be specific in naming items.
a.
Write two sentences using commas to separate the three phrases of a 'magic three' (like the second example)
b.
c.

2. Use commas to separate the independent clauses (an independent clause is a clause with its own subject and predicate, that could stand as a sentence by itself) joined by a coordinating conjunction (and, or, but, so etc) in a compound sentence:

Examples: I wanted to stay home, but I had to take a test.
Jessica was as nervous as a mouse being watched by a cat, so she didn't say anything.

NOTE: The comma goes BEFORE the conjunction (connecting word), not after.
Write three compound sentences using a comma to separate independent clauses. Use figurative language in one of your sentences.
d.
e.
f.

3. Use commas to separate introductory phrases or clauses from the main (independent) clause:

Examples: Angry with her little brother, she said nothing.
Before she learned to play the flute, she didn't know how to read music.

Write three sentences using a comma to separate an introductory phrase or clause from the main clause.
g.
h.
i.

4. Use commas to separate parenthetical or unnecessary clauses or phrases--that is, phrases or clauses that supply extra information but could be left out:

Examples: The drum set, which he had gotten for Christmas the previous year, was well-worn but functional.
Bernard, WHACKING away at the walnut with a hammer, finally CRUSHED it.
NOTICE: Phrases that begin with "that" are not set off by commas. Use "which" instead for parenthetical phrases.

This category could also include appositives (phrases that re-name the preceding noun or pronoun): I, the oldest child, was in charge.
George, my sister's weird boyfriend, POUNDED on the back door.
Write three sentences in which you use commas to set off appositive, parenthetical, or unnecessary clauses or phrases. Use (and put in ALL CAPS) vivid verbs/verbals in one of the sentences.
j.
k.
l.

5. Use commas to separate dialogue (the exact words someone says) from explanatory tags:

Examples: "We are on our way home," she explained.
"All right," he said, "but don't let me see you again tonight."

Write two sentences which use commas to set off dialogue. Look carefully at the examples to see which commas go inside or outside of the quotation marks.
m.
n.

6. Use commas to separate adjectives modifying the same noun, if the order of the adjectives doesn't matter:

Examples: The cold, tired, hungry boys continued hiking through the rain.
We bought the broken-down, rusty truck at an auction.
She liked the little, bouncy, fluffy dog. (You could change the order to "the fluffy, bouncy, little dog.)
But NOT if the order does matter: It was the last dress rehearsal. (You can't change the order to "the dress last rehearsal".)
The old movie projector no longer worked. (You can't change the order to "movie old projector".)

Write two sentences using commas to separate adjectives modifying the same noun, where the order of the adjectives doesn't matter.
(Don't put a comma between the last adjective and the noun.)
o.
p.

7. Use a colon before a list:

Examples: Her favorite dogs were all hunting breeds: Gordon setter, English pointer, or wire-haired pointing griffon.
She enjoyed the chance to buy girlie presents: a Barbie doll, a ballerina costume, a pink t-shirt, and a charm bracelet.

Write two sentences that correctly use a colon before a list. Use specific details to create a focused effect.
q.
r.

8. Use a colon before a word, phrase or clause that renames or emphasizes the previous one:

Examples: We have a favorite one-word description of my father's personality: tenacious.
His teacher invited him to participate in the All-State Band: an opportunity to work with some of the top band members and teachers in the state.

Write two sentences that correctly use a colon before a word, phrase or clause that renames or emphasizes the previous one.
s.
t.

9. Use a semicolon between two closely related sentences to imply a cause-effect relationship:

Examples: I flunked my math test; I'm grounded till I pass or turn eighteen, whichever comes first.
My little brother loves all animals; he won't even let me swat a fly.

Write two sentences that each use a semicolon between two closely related sentences to imply a cause-effect relationship.
u.
v.

10. Use a semicolon between two independent clauses joined by a conjunctive adverb (like therefore, moreover, meanwhile, however), before the conjunctive adverb:

Examples: Mason was good-looking enough to be a professional model; however, he loved his job in medical research.
The stable manager liked Isabella; moreover, Isabella was willing to work several hours a week cleaning stalls if it meant she got to ride.

Write two sentences that each use a semicolon between two independent clauses joined by a conjunctive adverb. Remember the comma after the conjunctive adverb.
w.
x.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.04.01

 teacher-scored 16 points possible 60 minutes

Now link to the story, "Shooting an Elephant," and respond, in writing, to the following questions:

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1.  What specific language (the actual words or phrases) in the text creates vivid images in your mind as a reader?

2.  What point, idea, or theme does the narrative suggest? Show me proof. What specific language in the story suggests this theme?

3.  Both of these statements contain a paradox.  Choose one of the statements and explain: what the paradox is, what the message or meaning of the paradoxical statement is, and why you think the author chooses the paradox to convey this particular point.

• "I perceived in this moment that when the white man turns tyrant it is his own freedom that he destroys."
• "[A] story always sounds clear enough at a distance, but the nearer you get to the scene of events the vaguer it becomes."

4.  What irony do you see in the scene where the speaker finds the elephant?

5.  Knowing what you know about the background of the story, what could the elephant symbolize? What does the elephant going wild symbolize? What does shooting the elephant symbolize? Show me proof—details from the story—for your answers.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.04.01 Lesson 1D: Subject Pronouns (Spanish 1)

 computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.04.01: Subject Pronouns**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 01.04.01 Sentence Combining Practice (English 11)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

Acromegaly

Sentence Combining Activity

This activity is designed to help your sentence fluency. Combine each set of sentences into a single sentence that uses parallel structure where possible. When you are finished, you will have ten sentences.

Example

1.1 The sun came off the water
1.2 The sun glinted in the green eddies
1.3 The sun glittered in the green eddies.

Combined Sentence: The sun came off the water, glinting and glimmering in the green eddies.

Now complete the following activity. You do not need to submit the sentence 'sets' in your submission. Please just include sentences 1-10.

Copy and paste the material between the asterisk lines into a word processing document.

Complete the requirements for the assignment and then copy and paste it back into the submission box or turn it is as a document.

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Pumped Up

1.1 Anabolic steroids are synthetic.

1.2 Steroids are similar to testosterone.

1.3 Testosterone is the natural male hormone.

1.4 Testosterone promotes male characteristics.

1.5  Male characteristics are things like facial hair and increased muscle bulk.

2.1 Some athletes abuse steroids.

2.2 Some athletes believe they need steroids.

2.3 They believe steroids will help them bulk up.

2.4 They believe steroids will improve their athletic performance.

3.1 Teens may be interested in bodybuilding.

3.2 Bodybuilding has its own subculture.

3.3 Many believe they must use steroids to succeed.

3.4 That belief may be true or not.

4.1 Steroids have legitimate medical uses.

4.2 Abusers use much larger doses.

4.3 Abusers may use two or more kinds of steroids at the same time.

4.4 They may believe this will minimize side effects.

4.5 They may believe this will improve effectiveness.

5.1 Human growth hormone causes effects similar to steroids.

5.2 Abuse of human growth hormone can cause acromegaly.

5.3 Acromegaly is a rare condition.

5.4 This condition causes bulging eyebrow ridges.

5.5 This condition causes other deformities of the face and limbs.

6.1 Abuse of steroids causes serious physical symptoms.

6.2 Symptoms in boys can include acne and stunted growth.

6.3  Symptoms in girls can include increased facial and body hair, and baldness.

7.1 Steroid use often causes mental symptoms.

7.2 Mental symptoms include depression.

7.3 Mental symptoms include irritability and aggression.

7.4 These symptoms are sometimes called "roid rage".

8.1 When steroid users stop taking the drug, they may experience depression.

8.2 The depression may be serious enough to result in suicide.

8.3 The depression may lead them to take more steroids.

9.1 Steroids often induce irritability and anger.

9.2 Users may lash out at friends or family.

9.3 The anger can lead even to murder.

9.4 The anger can lead to physical abuse.

9.5 It is sometimes fueled by paranoia or delusions.

10.1 Most teenagers believe steroids are harmless.

10.2 Their friends may suggest that they should try steroids.

10.3. Their coach may suggest that they should try steroids.

10.4 They may believe the risk is worth the possible gain in muscle mass.

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Sentence Combining Rubric

5 Points for each completed sentence (1/2 point each)

3 Points for parallel structure and variety of syntax

2 Points for completeness (all sentence parts are included)

10 Points Total

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.04.01 Study Questions - Federal vs. States' Rights (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 40 points possible 60 minutes

To begin this assignment, be sure to watch the presentation on Federalism (link above). This presentation will last between four and five minutes. Question 20 will ask about a topic from the video. You may also find answers, to the following questions, through your own research. If you are not able to watch the video, you still must answer the related questions. Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work using the assignment submission window for this assignment. ***************************************************************************************************************

Constitutional History/Bill of Rights/Amendments

1) What is the Bill of Rights?

2) Which of the first ten amendments to the Constitution do you think is the most important? Why?

3) How is an amendment to the Constitution created?

4) How many amendments are there to the Constitution?

5) Why is the writing of the Constitution called "The Miracle at Philadelphia"?

6) Explain why the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution are generally considered to be the greatest documents in American and World History.

Democracy

7) Name one problem (disadvantage) that can arise with democracy.

8) Name one asset (advantage) that can develop with democracy.

Federalism

9) Define federalism.

10) Delegated powers are specially expressed or w___________ in the constitution.

11) Define the “necessary and proper clause” of the Constitution, which is found in Article 1 Section 8.

12) Are there concurrent powers that are shared by both the Federal Government and the States?

13) If Congress wanted to carve out a new state from the area of an existing state, what would they have to do first? (Hint: Check the Constitution, Article 4)

Powers

14) Name one power that is reserved to the states.

15) Name one power that is shared by national and state government.

16) Name one power that states do NOT have (what may a state NOT do?).

17) Name one power that is a Federal responsibility.

18) Name one power that is a state responsibility.

Full Faith

19) Define the full faith and credit clause of the Constitution.

McCulloch V. Maryland

20) When understanding what Federalism actually is, one can describe it like a food divided into two parts. What is that food the government is compared to and why?[see presentation]

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.04.02

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 15 minutes

Assessment Rubric:

 Content Includes required elements. /4 Clarity Writing is clear, focused and well organized. /4 Support Sufficient evidence given for each response. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.05 Communicating Across Cultures

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Explain how a person who learned English from a textbook might interpret the following idiomatic sentences:

1. Larry dug up a date for the wedding.
2. The convertible cut me off just before the exit.
3. I am crazy about chocolate.
4. Sean aced the test without cracking a book.
5. The old heap broke down in the middle of the desert.
6. I just got back from the stake center.
7. I bent over backwards for her.
8. I have been spreading myself too thin.
9. Last night I worked my guts out.
10. I'd like to be stinking rich for the rest of my life.
11. Now list five common idioms that you use in your conversation. Explain how that same person might misinterpret your words.

### 01.05.01 Language "Work Out" 1 (English 11)

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 15 minutes

Mark Twain, 1874: public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Workout 1: Mark Twain

Copy and paste the material between the asterisk lines into a word processing document. Complete the requirements for the assignment and then copy and paste it back into the submission box.

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Mark Twain whose real name was Samuel Clemens was a popular american author and lecturer.  He worked as a printer in Missouri a riverboat pilot on the Missippi River and a gold minor in California, before he became a succesful journalist.  Twain was known for his humor and satire; but he didn't manage his money well.  He past up on the chance to invest in the telephone but chose to invest in other inventions that failed so that he had gone bankrupt.  However he worked hard and payed his creditors back all there money. Twains books and short stories are still popular today and his book Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is considered the first, great, American novel.

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18 corrections possible; you need to find at least 10 for full credit

Scoring Rubric

10 Points= At least 10 mistakes have been found (1 point each)

2 Points= Changes have been 'highlighted' and are easy to find in the submission

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.05.01 Lesson 1E: Verb ser - to be (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.05.01: Verb "ser - to be"**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 01.05.02 Solving Multi-step Expressions - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.05.04 Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 7 (PreCalc)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 01 -- Two-Variable Statistics -- Assignment 7
Correlation and Causation

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 5.

### 01.05.05 Getting Started -- Assignment 1

 teacher-scored 45 points possible 60 minutes

Complete Unit 01 -- Getting Started -- Assignment 1 Solving Multi-Step Equations

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided.  In order to get credit for a problem, you must show all your work. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. This assignment will be worth 45 points. You should complete this assignment after studying all of Unit 1.

### 01.06 Language "Work Out" 2

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 30 minutes

Gold laurel wreath: Andreas Praefcke, public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Workout 2:

Gold

Copy and paste the material between the asterisk lines into a word processing document.

Complete the requirements for the assignment and copy and paste it back into the submission box.

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Gold has been valued threw out human history. Unlike silver it doesn't tarnish and it has a bright, yellow color and shine making it atractive.  Because it is nonreactive it is often found in pure form as nuggets or veins within rock.  Because it is very malleable it can be beaten into gold leaf or worked into jewlry or coins.  Kings and Queens of many cultures wore crowns of gold.  it has been associated with marriage for centuries first as a bridle crown and now as the traditional material for wedding rings.  The top prize at the Olympic games is the gold metal. Much early knowledge of chemistry came from alchemists attempts to turn lead into gold.  What they did not realize? Was that gold is an element. There attempts to create it from another element were doomed to failure.

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15 Corrections Possible; you need to find at least 10 for full credit

Scoring Rubric

10 Points= At least 10 mistakes have been found (1 point each)

2 Points= Changes have been "highlighted" and are easy find in the submission

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.06.01 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 54 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.06.01 Lesson 1F: Using ¿Cómo? and ¿Qué? (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.06.01: Using ¿Cómo? and ¿Qué?**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 01.06.02 Quiz Check Point (Math Level 1)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

Quiz Check Point

You are given 3 attempts at this check point quiz. You must earn at least 16 points in order to pass the quiz. You may use all of your attempts to earn the score you are happy with.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.07 Identify the philosophies which influenced the development of the Constitution, separation of powers, balance of power, and the elastic clause. Reading Log

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

This assignment is designed to help you study for the Quiz 2; 01.08. It covers all material in the lesssons from the 01.06 and 01.07. It is important to follow the instructions carefully in order to receive the most credit possible for this assignment. If you are using the ushistory.org site concentrate on sections 9-11. Use the information given in the lessons and sites given in lesson 1.09 for any additional information you need.

Directions: Please copy from the * to the * and paste the questions into a word document. When answering the questions, please be sure to bold your answer.

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1. Who is Samuel Adams? Why was his role important to the Revolutionary War?

2. Who is John Locke? What was he best known for? Why was he known for it?

3. Who is Thomas Paine? Why are his writings so well known?

4. Tell me about Thomas Jefferson. What did he do? Why is he so well known?

5. What role did the Marquis de Lafayette play in the American Revolution? Why was he involved?

6. Who is Charles Cornwallis? What was his role in the American Revolution?

7. Why was Shays’s Rebellion so eye opening to the framers of the constitution?

8. What role did James Madison play in the framing of the constitution?

9. Why is Alexander Hamilton so well known?

10. Who is John Adams? What is he famous for?

11. What were the Articles of Confederation? What were its weaknesses?

12. Describe the events that led to the colonists rebellion. ( Think about the king as well as specific acts passed by the British Parliament that caused frustration.)

13. What happened at Lexington and Concord?

14. What was Common Sense? What role did it play in the Revolution?

15. Where did the authors of the Declaration of Independence get their inspiration?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.07 Language "Work Out" 3 (English 11)

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 25 minutes

Workout 3: What is Love?

Cupid, detail from Guido Durantino plate, 1550: public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Copy and paste the material between the asterisk lines into a word processing document.

Complete the requirements for the assignment and then copy and paste it back into the submission box.

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Their are many kinds of love; the love between parents and children, the love between freinds, the love between husband and wife, and the unselfish love that makes us want to help other's in need.  Many cultures have developed ideas about love.  The roman goddess Venus and her son Cupid who went around shooting people with his arrows to make them fall in love still around today.  Pop music is full of Love songs such as the Beatles All You Need is Love.  However love is not just the wonderful feeling you get when you see that special someone.  Real love involves action and committment.  A well-known quote by Gibran says Work is love made visible.  If you love someone you should be willing to work for there welfare.

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17  corrections possible; you need to find 10

Scoring Rubric

10 Points= At least 10 mistakes have been found (1 point each)

2 Points= Changes have been "highlighted" and are easy find in the submission

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.07.01 Grammar Break Assignment (English 10)

 teacher-scored 6 points possible 45 minutes

Once you have viewed/listened to the URLs above, read the information below and complete the attached exercise for grading. (Adapted worksheet from evergreen.edu/home.htm)

Keep Parallel Structure In Mind When writing, it is important to keep your thoughts and key points "parallel." This aids in maintaining an organized train of thought and communication of ideas to your readers.

Parallel structure creates word patterns that readers can easily follow. Parallel writing structure is simply the repetition of particular grammar structures in a sentence.

*Simple Example: The verbs agree.

Not Parallel- Sue likes biking, the circus, and to take afternoon strolls.

Parallel- Sue likes biking, attending the circus, and taking afternoon strolls. OR Sue likes to bike, attend the circus, and take afternoon strolls.

*Coordinating Conjunction Examples: Clauses or phrases joined with for, and, nor, but, or, yet, or so.

Not Parallel- My boy friend took me dancing and to a movie.

Parallel- My boy friend took me to a dance and a movie.

*Correlative Conjunction Examples: Clauses or phrases joined with not only…but also, either…or, neither…nor, if…then, etc.

Not Parallel- My dog not only likes to play fetch, but also chase cars.

Parallel- My dog not only likes to play fetch, but he also likes to chase cars. OR My dog likes not only to play fetch, but also to chase cars.

*Phrases or Clauses of Comparison Examples: Clauses or phrases joined with a word of comparison, such as than or as.

Not Parallel: I would rather pay for my college education than financial aid.

Parallel I would rather pay for my college education than receive financial aid.

*List Examples:Items in a list follow the same grammar structure. Each item in the list could stand as its own sentence without the other items listed.

Not Parallel Sam Stant criticizes public libraries because they are disorganized, funded by the government, and destroy the public's sense of self discovery.

Parallel Sam Stant criticizes public libraries because they are disorganized, government-funded, and normalizing. OR Sam Stant criticizes public libraries because they require the public to attend, receive money from the government, and destroy the public's individuality.

Copy and paste the exercise between the rows of asterisks below, into a word document and complete it as directed before submitting it for grading. Be sure to save all of your work on your hard drive as well.

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Read the following example sentences and revise them so they use parallel structure.

1. I would rather eat pasta than to eat rice.

2. Global warming affects humans, the environment, and is scary.

3. It's harder to do long division than dividing with a calculator.

4. Thieves ransacked the mansion, but they didn’t steal all the silver.

6. Spider-Man enjoys donning his Spider costume, photographing for The Daily Bugle, and always saves his city from cruel villains like Doctor Octopus.

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Grading Criteria: 1. Write each sentence in parallel structure. SAVE ALL OF YOUR WORK FROM THIS QUARTER

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.07.01 Justifying the Steps in Solving Equations Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.07.02

 teacher-scored 8 points possible 90 minutes

1. Who did you choose to interview?

2. How will you conduct the interview—in person, on the phone, computer, etc.?

4. How do you plan to record the interview—tape, cell phone, computer, video recorder, hand-written notes, etc.?

5. What are the main questions you plan to ask this person?

 Content All required information included. /4 Support Shows knowledge of required reading material. /4

### 01.07.02 Clauses and phrases as subjects, objects and modifiers (English 9)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 25 minutes

Sentence Workshop - Clauses and phrases as sentence parts

Note that this assignment does not have a "must score" value listed.  If you are trying for an A or B in this class, you should submit this assignment.  Otherwise, you may skip it.

This assignment addresses the Core Language Standards, Grades 9-10, for the use of parallel structure and various types of phrases and clauses. Refer to the examples below to help you write your own sentences:

Phrases and clauses acting as nouns in sentences -

In this assignment, we are using the terminology classifying phrases or clauses by their function. Specifically, in this section we are looking for phrases or clauses that act as NOUNS (to be subjects or objects). Generally, these phrases will be gerunds (-ing forms acting as nouns) or infinitives ( to ___ forms acting as nouns), though it is possible to use prepositional phrases as nouns.

Phrases as subjects (These sentences may have only one clause.)

Being on time is important to Jared. [phrase as simple subject]

To go to the game or to stay home were not the only choices. [parallel phrases as compound subject]

Chopping the vegetables, sautéing the onions, and browning the meat will all be done in advance.[parallel phrases as compound subject]

Phrases as objects (These sentences may have only one clause.)

Gabriella wants to play hockey this winter. [phrase as object of verb]

Peter's skills include programming in C++.[phrase as object of verb]

In class this week we will be learning to build forms, pour concrete, and finish concrete.[parallel phrases as objects of verb]

In trying to qualify for the soccer team, Ferdinand has been running four miles a day.[phrase as object of preposition]

Jordan and Leslie were willing to do anything except to listen to each other, agree with each other, or compromise with each other.[parallel phrases as objects of preposition]

Clauses as subjects (These sentences MUST have at least two clauses.)

Whoever is willing to help will be part of the stage crew.

What I want and all I can hope for is just a fair chance.

Clauses as objects (These sentences MUST have at least two clauses.)

She knew that his plan wouldn't work.

The witness should describe what he saw and what he heard.

I reminded Dave that he had an appointment at three and that he was cooking dinner at six.

Phrases or clauses as modifiers

In this section, you will be using phrases or clauses as adjectives or adverbs. Most of the phrases will be prepositional phrases, participial phrases (-ing or -ed forms acting as adjectives), or infinitive phrases (to ______ forms acting as adjectives or adverbs).

Phrases as modifiers (adjectives or adverbs) (These sentences may have only one clause.)

The post office is past the bank, across from the hardware store.

The message asking Sharon to stop by Tuesday had been lost in cyberspace.

Marcus' intention to study for the biology test was derailed by his friends' plans to go skiing.

The city, lights blazing for the Christmas season, was veiled in fog.

Clauses as modifiers (adjectives or adverbs) (These sentences MUST have at least two clauses.)

The man who was supposed to drive the bus called in sick.

My brother wanted to go see the movie that had just been released.

We toured the high school my parents had attended. [Remember, "that" can sometimes be left out at the beginning of a clause!]

Copy and paste the section between the lines of asterisks into a word processing document on your computer. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work using the assignment submission window (in Topic 3 of your main class page) for this assignment.

The first sentence in each set is started for you. Remember that a phrase or a clause is not a single word, but a group of words working together.

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Phrases as subjects

Write three sentences using a phrase (infinitive or gerund) as the simple subject. (These sentences may have only one clause.)

1. _______ing in ___________________ is one of my favorite activities.

2. To _____________  would make me happy.

3.

Write three sentences using parallel phrases (infinitives or gerunds) as the compound subject. (These sentences may have only one clause.)

4. To _________________ and to ____________________ are two of Meredith's goals after she gets out of school.

5.  __________ing to the ____________ and _________ing to ___________ require lots of hard work and endurance.

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Phrases as objects

Write three sentences using a phrase (infinitive or gerund) as an object. (These sentences may have only one clause.)

7. Caleb expects to _____________________________.

8.  What I was really worried about was ___________ing _____________________.

9.

Write three sentences using parallel phrases (infinitives or gerunds) as objects. (These sentences may have only one clause.)

10. The dog didn't like being ___________________ or ______ing _________________________.

11.  None of them wanted to ____________ or to __________________.

12.

Clauses as subjects

Write three sentences using a clause as the simple subject. (These complex sentences MUST have at least two clauses.)

13. Whatever was _________________ is now in the trash.

14.  When you __________________ doesn't matter.

15.

Write three sentences using parallel clauses as the compound subject. (These complex sentences MUST have at least three clauses.)

16. Whether we _______________ or whether ____________________ will make no difference in the long run.

17.  If the storm _____________ or if the storm _________________ determined the day's activities.

18.

Clauses as objects

Write three sentences using a clause as an object. (These complex sentences MUST have at least two clauses.)

19. Josh believed  that ________________________________________.

20.  Tell her what _________________________________________.

21.

Write three sentences using parallel clauses as objects. (These complex sentences MUST have at least three clauses.)

22. Angelica's coach told her that ___________________ and that __________________________.

23.  Arturo was determined that __________________  and that ________________________.

24.

Phrases as modifiers

Write three sentences using phrases (prepositional, infinitive or participial phrases) as modifiers. (These sentences may have only one clause.)

25. The girl in ___________________ is my friend.

26.  I'm taking the train to ____________________.

27.

Clauses as modifiers

Write three sentences using clauses as modifiers. (These complex sentences MUST have at least two clauses.)

28. I bet the car that is __________________________ will win the race.

29.  The child who ________________ was in the news.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.08 Tectonic Plates and Nature of Science (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

Science in action---this is the object of our study.

In this assignment, you will see that scientists do not always agree, that explanations change as more information becomes available, that creative thinking and imagination are vital to scientific endeavors, and that science produces a growing, changing body of knowledge. In the process, you will also learn about the theory of plate tectonics. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?

Assignment:

· Go to the USGS Publication called “This Dynamic Earth” in the URL's.

· Scroll down to CONTENTS and click on “Historical Perspective”.

· At the end of each screen, click on the arrow pointing to the right until you have read “Developing the Theory”

· Scroll through “Understanding Plate Motions” and “Hotspots” and then read “Some Unanswered Questions”.

· Fill out the following worksheet as you go through the screens.

· The other web sites in the URL's also have some excellent, easy-to-understand information on plate tectonics.

PLATE TECTONICS WORKSHEET--Use complete sentences to answer the questions.

1. James Hutton developed the “Uniformitarian Principle” which, simply stated, says that “The present is the key to the past.” What does this mean in terms of geology?

2. What is the theory of continental drift?

3. Who developed the idea of continental drift into a full blown, scientific theory? When?

4. What scientific data was used to support the theory of continental drift? Identify and explain at least four types of evidence.

5. What were the problems with the theory of continental drift?

6. Imagine that you are a scientist living at the time that Wagner proposed his theory. What might you have thought of his theory? What biases might you have had that would influence your acceptance of the theory?

7. The theory of continental drift evolved into the theory of plate tectonics. What four scientific developments influenced the development of the plate tectonics theory?

8. What is ocean floor mapping?

9. How did ocean floor mapping provide evidence for plate tectonics?

10. What is magnetic striping and polar reversal?

11.How did magnetic striping and polar reversal provide evidence for plate tectonics?

12. What is sea floor spreading?

13. How did sea floor spreading give evidence for plate tectonics?

14. If the sea floor is getting bigger, why isn’t the Earth getting bigger? Explain.

15.How does the concentration of earthquakes and volcanoes give evidence for plate tectonics?

16.What drives the plates?

17. The website says “Both the Earth’s surface and its interior are in motion.” Some believe that the Earth is solid. How does its interior move?

18. Describe convection currents.

19. How do convection currents relate to plate tectonics?

20. Until 1990 (not very long ago when you consider the original idea was formalized in 1912), most scientists believed that sea floor spreading was the primary force making the plates move. What is now considered to be the driving force of plate tectonics?

21. The fact that plates moved in the past and that they still move today is considered beyond dispute by most scientists. What do scientists still have to learn about plate tectonics?

22. At the beginning of the assignment, I promised you that the story of the theory of plate tectonics was a story of science in action. How was it a story of science in action? How does the development of the theory of plate tectonics illustrate how scientific theories change?

23. Science defines the word "theory" in a different way than the word "theory" is used by the general public.   In science, what is a theory? Can theories change? Who makes theories? What has to happen to a scientific explanation for it to become a theory?

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.08 The Cost of Living (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 25 minutes

Exit the web page and submit your assignment as usual.

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ASSIGNMENT 1.08 (13E) (Copy everything between the asterisks.)

1) Q: Using the website, Select the Utah city or one close by that you live in. Then, under "I want to live in," select the state “New York,” and select "New York (Manhattan)." Do not change the beginning salary of $50,000. Read the “results” and tell how much the website says you have to earn in “New York (Manhattan)” to have the same purchasing power as the Utah city you selected> ANSWER: 2) Q: Now choose another city outside your state where you personally might want to live to answer the following: a) What city and state did you choose to move to? > ANSWER: b) Do not change the beginning salary of$50,000. How much would you need to make in that city to have the same buying power as your current city?> ANSWER:
3) Q: In your own mind, identify one other expense that might be different in the new city you chose due to climate, location, etc. (answer not on website): > ANSWER:
4) Q: Why do you think living in a city where the salary is double your current salary may not double your purchasing power? > ANSWER:

5) Q: Using the map in the 2nd URL below, how much buying power does $100 have in Utah? > ANSWER: 6) Q: (1.08): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER: **************************************** Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.08.01 ACT Practice Instructions (English 11)  teacher-scored 20 points possible 60 minutes Directions 1. Go to the ACT website (see link below) 2. Scroll down to where it says “Sample Test Questions” (Note: the option for the ACT Online Prep costs money, but you could use it if you want to--you will just have to pay for it) 3. You will see a tab for Reading and English. The Reading and Enlgish practice questions has five sample selections for the Reading section. Please complete ONE test from the Reading section and one section from the English section. As you answer each question, it will tell you if you are correct or incorrect. If you are incorrect, you will be given an explanation of the correct answer. Make sure to include for your screen shot for Reading and English. The assignment that you will turn in for points for this activity will need the following things for full credit (20 Points Total): 1. Assignment will be completed on a word processing document; please include your name. (2 Points) Also include the following: 2. The number of problems you got correct (on the first attempt) and the total number of questions completed for each test. (3 points each test= 6 points total) 3. Write down one thing you learned from the English test and one thing you learned from the Reading test. (3 points each test= 6 points total) 4. On the word document, also include a screen shot of both tests that you took. (One screen shot of the Reading test and one screen shot of the English test). To do this, use the “Print Screen” key on your keyboard (usually found above the number pad). Push this key when you are in the program and then you just need to paste it into a word processing document. If you are on a Macintosh, you probably have a utility called "Grab" you can use to get a screen shot. If you have questions about this, please let me know. If you can't get a screen shot, copy and paste the questions into your document. (3 points each test= 6 points total) Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.08.02 Literal Equations - Worksheet (Math Level 1)  teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes Activity for this lesson 1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps. 2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity. Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.09 Solutions to Equations and Inequalities - Worksheet (Math Level 1)  teacher-scored 42 points possible 30 minutes Activity for this lesson 1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps. 2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity. Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.09 Inflation Quiz (Financial Literacy)  computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes You will now complete a 10-question online quiz. You MUST score at least 8 to receive credit for the assignment but don't worry if you don't get at least 8 the first time since you can retake the quiz as many times as you need. You may continue to increase your score if you want (7 or less = try again, 8 = B, 9 or 10 = A). You may now take the quiz. YOU WILL NEED TO USE THE URL FROM THIS LESSON TO COMPLETE THE QUIZ. Afterward, simply proceed to the next assignment. Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.09 What is Happening on Your Plate: Plate movements (Earth Systems)  teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes Use complete sentences to answer ALL questions. If you do not use complete sentences, I will probably return the assignment to you and ask you to re-do it. The Internet sites in the URL's will be of great use to you in completing the assignment below. And here is the actual assignment! Have fun! 1. What are the names of the seven major plates? 2. Write a paragraph explaining what happens at a convergent boundary. How do the plates move? What is the result of plate motion at a convergent boundary? 3. Name at least one place in the world where there is a convergent plate boundary. 4. Write a paragraph explaining what happens at a divergent boundary. How do the plates move? What is the result of plate motion at a divergent boundary? 5. Name at least one place in the world where there is a divergent plate boundary. 6. Write a paragraph explaining what happens at a transform plate boundary. How do the plates move? What is the result of plate motion at a transform plate boundary? 7. Name at least one place in the world where there is a transform plate boundary. 8. Convection currents are energy sources that cause plates to move. How do convection currents cause plates to move? 9. What is the relationship between density and convection currents? [Hint: Warm material is less dense than cool material.] 10. Gravity is another energy source that causes plates to move. How does gravity cause plates to move? 11. Relate the movement and interaction of the plates to volcanic eruptions. In other words, what happens at plate boundaries that causes volcanic eruptions? 12. Relate the movement and interactions of the plates to mountain building? How does plate movement create non-volcanic mountains? 13. Relate the movement and interactions of the plates to climate changes. How does plate movement and interactions change the climate? Send the answers to ALL of these questions to me. You do NOT have to send me the questions but you DO have to use complete sentences to answer all the questions. Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.09.01 Lesson 1H: My Family Tree!! (Spanish I)  computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes **Assignment 01.09.01: My Family Tree!!**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it! ### 01.09.01 Reading Log  teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes This assignment is designed to help you study for the corresponding quiz. It covers all material in lesson 01.09. It is important to follow the instructions carefully in order to receive the most credit possible for this assignment. The ID Terms are similar to definitions EXCEPT they add the element of WHY? What I mean is this; after you have defined the word or told me who the person is you then need to tell me WHY they are important to this point in history. This means that you should have 2 short sentences for each of the ID Terms. You will not get half points for this part of the assignment. If you don't have BOTH sentences you won't get credit. The other thing is; you MUST avoid broad generalizations like; "if they didn't do what they did the world would be different." So what you'll need to do think for a minute. Definitions are what I call basic regurgitation, you read something and then spit it back out in written form. By adding the WHY element I am hopefully training you to analyze what you've read a little bit. By asking yourself, "Why is this person or thing important or significant?" You are making a connection in your brain and analyzing, which is a higher brain function than regurgitation. The Short Answer questions just need to be answered. Each one is a little bit different, some may only require a 1 sentence answer while others may need to be 3 or 5 sentences. You will receive credit on these as long as they are answered correctly, which demonstrates your understanding of the concept addressed in the question. If you are using the ushistory.org site concentrate on sections 19, 20, 31, 23, & 24. Use the sites given in lesson 1.09 for any additional information you need. ********************************************************************** 01.09.01 Reading Log ID Terms 1. John Marshall 2. James Monroe 3. Henry Clay 4. John C. Calhoun 5. Andrew Jackson 6. John Quincy Adams 7. John Tyler 8. Francis Scott Key 9. Alien & Sedition Acts 10. JJudicial Review Short Answer Questions 11. What is the theory behind Jeffersonian Republicanism? 12. Describe the Marbury v. Madison court case. 13. Why is Marbury v. Madison an important supreme court decision? 14. What was the cause of the War of 1812? What were the effects? 15. Why was the Monroe Doctrine significant? What did it set the stage for? 16. What is the difference between the “American System” and Jacksonian Democracy? 17. What were the effects of the Indian Removal Act? 18. How were the Native Americans treated during their removal? 19. What was the issue with Jackson and the banks? What legacy did he leave? 20. What was the spoils system? Why was it controversial? ***************************************************************************** Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.10.01 Lesson 1I: Nouns and Definite Articles (Spanish I)  computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes **Assignment 01.10.01: Nouns and Definite Articles**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it! ### 01.11 Reading Log (US History)  teacher-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes Slaves in chains: Image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired This assignment is designed to help you study for the corresponding quiz. It covers all material in the lesssons 01.10 through 01.12. It is important to follow the instructions carefully in order to receive the most credit possible for this assignment. The ID Terms are similar to definitions EXCEPT they add the element of WHY? What I mean is this: after you have defined the word or told me who the person is you, then you need to tell me WHY they are important to this point in history. This means that you should have two short sentences for each of the ID Terms. You will not get half points for this part of the assignment. If you don't have BOTH sentences you won't get credit. The other thing is, you MUST avoid broad generalizations like "if they didn't do what they did the world would be different." So what you'll need to do is think for a minute. Definitions are what I call basic regurgitation: you read something and then spit it back out in written form. By adding the WHY element I am hopefully training you to analyze what you've read a little bit. By asking yourself, "Why is this person or thing important or significant?" you are making a connection in your brain and analyzing, which is a higher brain function than regurgitation. The Short Answer questions just need to be answered. Each one is a little bit different; some may only require a one-sentence answer while others may need to be three or five sentences. You will receive credit on these as long as they are answered correctly, which demonstrates your understanding of the concept addressed in the question. If you are using the ushistory.org site concentrate on sections 27-32. Then use the links below for any additional information you need. Please copy from the * to the * and paste the questions into a word document. When answering the questions, please be sure to bold your answer. ************************************************ 01.11 Reading Log ID Terms 1. 49ers 2. Sam Houston 3. William Lloyd Garrison 4. Frederick Douglass 5. Turners Rebellion 6. Harriet Tubman 7. Harpers Ferry 8. Confederacy 9. Jefferson Davis 10. Homestead Act 11. Exodusters Short Answer Questions 12. What were main provisions of the Compromise of 1850 13. What is Manifest Destiny? 14. Why is Manifest Destiny significant? 15. Explain the course of Texan Independence. 16. What is the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? What did it represent? 17. What is abolition and who were the "abolitionists"? 18. How did the Underground Railroad work? 19. Was the Underground Railroad successful? 20. How did the American people respond to tensions over slavery? 21. Why did new political parties emerge during the antebellum period? 22. What is the Dred Scott decision and what role did it play in pre-Civil War tensions? 23. What are the Lincoln-Douglas debates? Why were they such a big deal? 24. Why did the southern states finally secede? 25. What differences in the end divided the north and south? ********************************************************* Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class. ### 01.11.01 Lesson 1J: ¿Me Gusta or Me Gustan ...? (Spanish 1)  computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes **Assignment 01.11.01: ¿Me Gusta or Me Gustan ...?**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it! ### 01.12 DOL Refresher Course  teacher-scored 8 points possible 45 minutes Do You Remember DOLs? Before you start revising your own writing, let's practice some revision skills by completing the following "Daily Oral Language" exercise. This will get you in the mindset of finding mistakes that can make writing confusing. You will, in turn, need to employ these same skills when you are reading, re-reading and revising your own writing. Copy and paste the practice between the rows of asterisks below into a word document. Make a list of the needed corrections and explain why those corrections are needed, then place your work into the assignment submission area after you have saved it to your hard drive. (DOL obtained from W.O.W. and D.O.L. - Wolfe County Schools wolfe.k12.ky.us) **************************************************************************** DOL Practice *Correct eight errors in the following paragraph: The Kansas state historical society has a poster about Nicodemus. It begin, “All colored people that want to go to kansas, on September 5th, 1877 can do so for$5.00.” That poster probably responsible for my familys involvment in this new community. The town has few people in it today but someday I hope, it may become a historic site.

List the mistakes and their needed corrections (explain) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.12 Predict Future (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 45 minutes

Write a short paragraph (2 to 3 sentences) to describe what would happen in EACH of the following scenarios.

You need to write a paragraph for each scenario.

Assignment

1. How do volcanic eruptions affect the weather? [NOTE: Weather is the day-to-day condition of the atmosphere. For example the weather may be rainy one day and sunny the next.]

2. How do volcanic eruptions affect the climate? [NOTE: Climate is a long term description of the average temperature and precipitation of an area. For example, much of Southern Utah has a desert climate because it is usually hot and dry.]

3. How does mountain building affect waterways and drainage patterns? (NOTE: Mountain building is when mountains are built up by forces within the Earth, usually convergent margins.)

4. How might uplift affect species diversity? [NOTE: Uplift is when forces inside the Earth cause massive pieces of the Earth's crust to be lifted up. Uplift causes mountains or high plateaus to exist where there was previously low ground.]

5. How might the rising of super heated water from vents deep in the ocean's floor affect the ocean biome?

6. Identify AND explain how the movement of the plates affects a matter cycle.

7. Identify AND explain how the movement of the plates affects energy flow in the Earth.

WOW! That was easy--only seven questions. If you answered all seven questions correctly and used complete sentences, you will earn a GREAT grade.

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.12.01 Lesson 1K: ¿Quién? - Who? (Spanish 1)

 computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.12.01: ¿Quién? - Who?**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it!

### 01.13.01 Grammar Break

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

Teach Me Grammar Teach me the five 'new' grammar skills that you learned and took note of in the lessons presented in the above URL.

Label your lessons with the following titles:

Lesson 1: Lesson 2: Lesson 3: Lesson 4: Lesson 5:

Grading Criteria: 1. Each lesson is 'taught' clearly and concisely. SAVE ALL OF YOUR WORK FROM THIS QUARTER

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 01.13.01 Lesson 1L: If you don't understand ... (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 01.13.01: If you don't understand ...**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it!

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 40 minutes

Union soldiers at Fredericksburg Virgina: A. J. Russell, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Use the information from Lessons 01.13 and 01.14 to complete the question set.

1. What role did Stonewall Jackson play in the Civil War?

2. Who is Ulysses S. Grant?  Which side did he fight for? Why is he important to that side?

3. Which side did Robert E. Lee fight for?  Did he strengthen or weaken that side?

4. Who founded the Red Cross?  Why is that organization so important then and now?

5. Describe the Battle of Gettysburg.  Why was this battle so important to the Civil War?

6. Describe William Tecumseh Sherman's role in the Civil War.

7. Who is John Wilkes Booth? Why is he and his actions so significant to this time period?

9. What was the Emancipation Proclamation?

10. Why was the Emancipation Proclamation such a daring move?

11. What advantages did the North have during the war?

12. What were the advantages did the South have during the war?

13. Why was the Gettysburg Address so profound?

15. What was Reconstruction? What parts were successful?

16. What elements of Reconstruction were not successful?

17. Which are considered the Reconstruction Amendments? What did they do?

18. What role did Scalawags and carpetbagger in the re-build of the south?

19. What was life like for freed slaves in the south after the war?

20. Why were there vigilantes in the south? What were the prominent groups?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 02.01 Prehistoric Art -Assignment (Art History and Art Criticism)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes

Copy and paste the questions between the asterisk in a word processor. From your online readings, answer the questions in your own words in complete sentences. Submit your assignment (Worth up to 25 points).
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1. In a sentence or two, explain what a culture is.
2. In a sentence or two, explain what Neolithic means.
3. In a sentence or two, explain what Paleolithic means.
4. What is the famous, large stone monument found in England called? Explain its construction. What is the construction term called?
5. In a sentence or two, explain where Mesopotamia is, and what its name means.
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### 02.01 Rules of Exponents – Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 02.01 Warm-up: The Constitution

 teacher-scored 44 points possible 50 minutes

Copy the information between the *** to complete your assignment. Please leave the numbering as well as the question when responding to each question. Submit the assignment in the assignment submission page labeled 02.01.

Using the link providing the actual text of the Constitution, answer the questions (1-13) below.  To help you locate the answers, the Order of the Constitution is as follows:

Preamble

Article I:  The Legislature

Article II: The Executive

Article III: The Judiciary

Article IV: Relations Among the States

Article V: Amending the Constitution

Article VI:  Supremacy of the National Government

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1. In your opinion, what is the main idea of the Preamble?

2. What branch of government are senators and representatives a part of?

3. Congress is divided into how many houses?

4. What is the speech or debate clause?

5. What is the commerce clause?

6. Which of the following is NOT an expressed power of the Congress

a. To tax

b. To borrow money

c. To coin money

d. To declare laws unconstitutional

7. The section in the Constitution that gives Congress the power to pass laws “necessary and proper” to fulfill its other duties is the:

a. Preamble

b. Elastic Clause

c. Bill of Rights

d. Judicial Review

8. In what two ways can an amendment to the Constitution be proposed?

9. Who ratifies an amendment to the Constitution?

10. What does it mean in the Constitution when it talks about “full faith and credit” in Article IV?

11. Who grants permission for a new state to enter the union?

12. If a state was going to be created by dividing existing states, who would have to agree to this action first?

13. What does Article VI of the Constitution do?

Use the Checks and Balances chart and article to answer the questions (14-22) below.

14. What are checks and balances?

15. Name one example of how the Executive Branch checks the power of the Legislative Branch.

16. Name one example of how the Legislative Branch checks the power of the Executive Branch.

17. Name one example of how the Judicial Branch checks the power of the Executive Branch.

18. Name one example of how the Executive Branch checks the power of the Judicial Branch.

19. Name one example of how the Judicial Branch checks the power of the Legislative Branch.

20. Name one example of how the Legislative Branch checks the power of the Judicial Branch.

21. Summarize the roles of each of the branches of government.

a. Executive
b. Legislative
c. Judicial

22. In 2-3 sentences, in your own opinion (not from the websites), what do you think are the main reasons why the Constitution has worked       so well for over two hundred years with so few changes?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 02.01 Water Knowledge (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

This is probably the most classroom-like assignment you will do during this course. It is simple really. All you have to do is read the following article and answer the questions.

As Utah is the second-driest state in the nation, fresh water is a precious resource. Even though water is a familiar substance, it is a very peculiar compound. Water has some exceptional qualities that will be examined in the following paragraphs.

When electrons are not shared equally in a covalent bond, the molecule is described as polar. This means that while water molecules are neutral as a whole, one end of the water molecule tends to have a positive charge while the other has a negative charge. Each end of a water molecule is attracted to the opposite charged end of another water molecule. Consequently, water's polarity is responsible for the cohesion or "stickiness" between the molecules.

Cohesion of water causes capillary attraction which is the ability of water to move uphill in small spaces. Water will move up the fibers of a plant because of cohesion. This force helps plants get the water they need to survive. In addition, it moves water upwards in soil. Cohesion of water also causes surface tension, water's invisible skin which allows water striders to walk on water.

Polarity is also related to solubility. Polar substances can dissolve other polar substances. Non-polar substances dissolve other non-polar substances. Polar substances and non-polar substances, however, do not mix. Dirt sticks to clothes and skin because it is combined with a thin layer of oil. Because water is polar and oil is non-polar , washing clothes in water alone does not remove all the dirt. Soap weakens the surface tension of water and increases the solubility of oils. This is why soap is used to clean clothes.

While one end of a soap molecule dissolves in water, the other dissolves in oil. This special dual ability of soap permits it to break up dirt so it can be removed easily. The polar end of the soap molecule dissolves in the water while the non-polar end dissolves in the oil. In this way, the oil is broken into droplets, surrounded by soap molecules, and dispersed. The droplets of oil do not merge together because the polar ends of the soap molecules have similar charges and repel each other. Because soap does not work very well in hard water, phosphates are often added to laundry detergents. The addition of phosphates to lakes can initiate the process of eutrophication.

Phosphates and nitrates are nutrients that algae use for growth. When these nutrients are available in abundance, algae may undergo explosive growth: an algae bloom. Eventually the bloom will die off and sink. Bacteria will then break down the dead plant material. These bacteria use up most of the oxygen dissolved in the water, leaving fish and other animals that live near the lake bottom to suffocate. This process, called eutrophication, is set in motion when excessive amounts of phosphates and nitrates enter the natural ecosystem. Some sources of these dissolved nutrients include raw sewage, fertilizer run-off, detergents, and animal wastes.

When the algae bloom dies off, it will sink to the bottom of the lake because it is denser than water. In the same way, cold water and salty water tend to sink to the bottom of a body of water. Cold water and salt water are denser than fresh water of normal temperature; therefore, cold and salt water sink in a body of water. This is a major cause of deep ocean currents. When ice freezes near the poles, the salt concentrates in the liquid water of the ocean. The remaining water becomes more salty and therefore denser. The dense, salty water sinks deep into the ocean. As the salty, dense water sinks down and other, less salty water flows in on top of it, a current is created. The density of water increases with depth.

Some animals change their depth by changing their density. Recall that things that are denser than their surroundings sink, while those that are less dense than their surroundings float. Most fish have a swim bladder, a special sac that is filled with gases from their blood. When the fish's swim bladder is full, it is less dense than the surrounding water and the fish will rise towards the surface.

Another property of water that affects lakes is the unique changes in density during phase changes. The density of most substances increases when a liquid becomes a solid. This is not so for water: Solid water is actually less dense than liquid water. It is for this reason that ice floats. Can you imagine a world where ice sank? Lakes would freeze from the bottom up, killing many fish. Frozen water in the Polar Regions would sink and change the ocean levels. The fact that ice floats is essential for the survival of many aquatic ecosystems and ultimately life on Earth.

Besides the changes in density, there are other ways in which the phase changes of water have significant impacts. When water is trapped in small cracks in rocks, it will expand as it freezes and break up the rock causing weathering. The transpiration (evaporation) of water from a good-sized tree can move 1800 liters of water out of the ground in a single day. Sublimation, the phase change between solid and gas, is responsible for the formation of frost.

As you can see, water has many special properties that make its role in nature unique. It is considered the "universal solvent" because its bipolar molecule enables it to dissolve a wide variety of substances. Water is the only substance that occurs naturally in all three states; solid, liquid, and gas. Water is truly a miracle for life!

QUESTIONS:

1. Explain polarity in your own words.

2. How is polarity related to surface tension?

3. What does soap do to the surface tension of water?

4. How is polarity related to capillary attraction?

5. Give two examples of places where water moves upward by capillary attraction in nature.

6. Why does water rise higher in thinner capillary tubes?

7. How does polarity affect solubility?

8. Give examples of nutrients that are dissolved in lakes, rivers, and the ocean.

9. Describe a soap molecule's ability to dissolve water and oil.

10. Describe the phase changes that occur in the water cycle

11. Define density.

12. What causes ocean currents?

13. How does a fish's swim bladder affect its ability to change depths?

14. Why does ice float?

15. In which phase is water the most dense? the least dense?

16.  Explain eutrophication.   What is is an algal bloom?  What causes algal blooms?  Why are algal blooms harmful to lakes?

17. Why is water called the “universal solvent”?

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 02.01.01 Assignment 029 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment Twenty-nine: Watch the power point 4, Levels of Communication, define the following levels of communication and answer the questions. If you cannot view this power point, then define 1 - 3 and go ahead and answer 4-7.

1. Superficial (define)
2. Personal (define)
3. Validating (define)
4. How do you feel your current communication skills are?
5. Do you ever experience conflict?
6. Do you think that better communication skills would make have a positive impact?
7. Why do you think some people communicate superficially?

REMEMBER: To submit work in this class, keep pressing the Arrow at the bottom right, where it says "Next." Then, when you come to a Submit Here box, you paste into it exactly what it asks for and be sure to paste only one time and to put ALL that is aksed for. :) UNIT one will be requested later - around the end of unit two... Ms. D

### 02.01.01 Lesson 2A: Translating Spanish Punctuation (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 02.01.01: Translating Spanish Punctuation**: Just click on the button below!

### 02.01.01 Matter - Identifying Terms

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 90 minutes

DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY

Overview: Chemistry has been practiced for centuries, spanning from the discovery of fire to the discovery of the atom. The diversity of chemistry is extremely broad. It includes the entire universe and everything in it. Through chemistry, we seek to learn and to understand the general principles that govern the behavior of all matter. Chemists seek to figure out, explain and make use of the assortment of materials we find around us. How important is it to understand the world around you? In the very near future, you will make decisions that will impact our planet and people. Basic science literacy allows us to make informed decisions on topics like nuclear waste, fluoride in the water, nutrition, environmental concerns, etc. So, where is chemistry in our everyday lives?

Duration: This activity should take approximately 1 – 1 ½ hours.

Materials: None

This assignment is worth: 15 points

Objective: The student will be able to define and calculate physical properties.

INSTRUCTIONS

1) Copy all information below between the lines of asterisks including the lesson number, revision date and all questions into a word document.
2) Search online to complete the following questions.
5) If you have no idea where to start, go to a search engine (like google.com) and search "chemistry terms and definitions."
6) Submit the assignment under the third section titled “Assignments, Quizzes, Tests - 02.1.1 Matter – Identifying Terms.”

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ASSIGNMENT 02.1.1 - REVISION DATE: 11/29/10 (Copy everything between the asterisks.)
Define these terms:

1. Matter
2. Weight
3. Mass
4. Volume
5. Density

7. How much matter are YOU made of? (Hint: Think about the units used in this measurement.)
8. What is the difference between mass and weight?
9. What is the difference between mass and volume?
10. What units do we use when measuring mass?
11. What units do we use when measuring volume?
12. How is density calculated?
13. What units are used when determining density?
14. How does density change if mass increases and volume remains constant?
15. How does density change if volume increases and mass remains constant?
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### 02.01.01 Problem Solving - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 02.01.01 Study Questions - Political Parties (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 30 minutes

You will find the "Political Party Eras" and "The Function of Parties in America" presentations at the HippoCampus link especially helpful for this assignment. Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks below into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work and save a copy for yourself. Then, submit your work by pasting it into the assignment submission window. **********************************************************************************************************

Political Parties

1. What is a political party?

2. Name the two main political parties in this country today.

3. Why is it not good to have just a one party system?

Purpose and Functions

4. What is the purpose of a political party?

5. What are the four essential functions of political parties? (see the website labelled "Functions of Political Parties")

Proportional Representation

6. What is proportional representation? Do we use that system?

Coalitions 7. What are coalitions? Are they necessary for government to work?

Independent Party/Independent Voter

8. Most voters say they are independent. Is that the name of a political party? Then what do they mean by saying they are independent?

Patronage

9. What is patronage? Could that ever benefit you if you donated money to help a political candidate? How?

History of our Political Parties

10. Did the Founding Fathers think that political parties were a good thing? Why?

11. George Washington was our first president. What political party did he belong to? Why?

12. We believe in representative democracy. What does that mean?

13. During early American history did the two major political parties we have today exist? Why? What were the two original parties?

Minor Parties

14. Do we have many minor parties? Name one.

15. Minor parties usually form for what reason?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 02.01.02

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 30 minutes

Now look at the historical novel you have been reading. We’re going to look at some of the author’s choices in writing. Concentrate both on what the author did and why you think he or she did it that way. To examine the author’s setting and characterization choices in this novel, respond to the following questions:

1. What is the name of this book and who wrote it?
2. Where is this book set and in what time period/year does this story take place?
3. What details do you have about what this time and place were like?
4. What does this setting do for the story?
5. What is the main conflict, or problem, the protagonist faced in this novel—think of both external (interpersonal) and internal conflicts)
6. How did he/she resolve this conflict?
7. How did the protagonist change in the novel—what growth occurred or what skills did he/she gain?
8. How did the setting and the character development contribute to the story as a whole?

Assessment Rubric:

 Content All questions answered completely. /4 Clarity Writing is clear, focused and well organized. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4

### 02.01.02 Assignment 030 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Thirty:

Read the Effective and Active Listening article (shown above in orange letters starting with 30) and write a paragraph about it, stating whether or not you agreed with it, etc.

### 02.01.02 Youth Culture (Sociology)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 60 minutes

Complete the following to find out a little bit more about youth culture today and how it has changed. Copy and paste the assignment portions and then e-mail them to me (with your answers in color if possible).

Culture can be defined as the values, beliefs, behaviors and material objects associated with a group of people.

Go to the first site in the URL's to read some other important facts about the study of culture.

Choose five that you think are the most important and write them here.
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We will now examine the culture you may be most familiar with- American teen culture.

· Complete the following: "Being a teen today means. . ." Finish the statement at least twenty different ways. Be sure to include things teens often value, believe, do, and want to have or own. (Of course not all teens are the same, so tell me what you think in general terms).
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Next, interview an adult (age 30+) for the "NOW and THEN" exercise. Record their answers about their experiences as a teen in the "Then" section. Then fill in the "Now" section with your own experiences.

THEN

Who you typically interacted with/how often:

Exposure to media (TV watching, movies, music- what kind and how much?)

Spending money (how much per week, what typically used for)

Magazines (favorites, typical content)

Exposure to alcohol, tobacco, drugs

Sexual issues (what was acceptable?)

Perception of personal safety (did you ever feel unsafe? How often?
Where?)

Benefits of being a teen in the time period:

NOW

Who you typically interact with/how often:

Exposure to media (TV watching, movies, music- what kind and how much?)

Spending money (how much per week, what typically used for)

Magazines (favorites, typical content)

Exposure to alcohol, tobacco, drugs

Sexual issues (what was acceptable?)

Perception of personal safety (did you ever feel unsafe? How often?
Where?)

Benefits of being a teen in the time period:

· In a well-constructed paragraph (introductory sentence, topic sentence, at least three pieces of supporting evidence, concluding sentence) contrast the experiences of the adult you interviewed with your own experiences. How are things different? How are they the same? In which time period would you have rather lived? Why?

Access the following website (in the URL's) about youth statistics.

Use the information in the site to answer the following questions.

How many 14-17 year olds were there in the most recent year the site covered? (hint- don’t forget the zeroes- should be in MILLIONS)?

When did teens have their largest proportion of the U.S. population?

Describe the number of births to young unmarried women by age and race:

What is the percentage of youth today living in single parent homes?

Examine the dropout situation. What is the general trend? What group doesn’t follow it? What is the current percentage of students who dropout of school (total)?

Discuss some of the at-risk behaviors engaged in by today's youth.

Describe the leading causes of death of U.S. youth:

Explain the religious participation of youth:

Find two other web sources dealing with youth related statistics. Write down the site addresses and interesting information you find.

### 02.01.03 Assignment 031 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment Thirty-one:

1. Write down the name of a movie you have watched where good or bad communication was used.
2. State which of the three above levels of communication they were using.
a. What was the easiest level of communication to identify?
b. What was the hardest level of communication to identify? Why?
c. Was there any time that you saw one level of communication turn into another level of communication? When?

### 02.01.04 Assignment 032 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Thirty-two: Read the Personal Communication Assessment (shown above under 32 in orange letters) and write your answers--just list the number and the letter for each question.

### 02.01.05 Assignment 033 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Thirty-three: Rewrite each of the definitions for Constructive Communication (just below) and put them in your own words. You can make it very short--it does not have to be a complete sentence.

METHODS OF CONSTRUCTIVE COMMUNICATION:

1. "I" MESSAGES: State the feelings and thoughts you are having at the time of communication.
"I feel frustrated when you tell me to call you and then you are not home or the line is busy."
"I would like you to call me when you are going to be late."
This type of statement clearly indicates who is sending the message. It is also good because it lets you be responsible for your own thoughts and feelings without blaming the other person.

2. CLARITY: This involves meaning what you say and then saying what you mean. Many people only hint at what they want to say. This can cause problems in interpretation. Sarcasm is an example of ways people use to say one thing but mean something different. This only confuses the person with whom you are communicating. For example, "I hope you had a great time at the movie last night with all your other friends!" is not the best way to state your feelings. A better way to communicate your true meaning would be to say, "I felt badly last night when I heard you invited everyone but me to go to the movie." This way there is no second guessing what the message means.

3. TIMING: Select a good time to do your important communicating. An example of bad timing is the daughter who begins telling her father what a lousy day she had at school before her father has even had time to take off his coat after work. Another example is the son who wants to have a heart- to-heart talk with his mother about his new girlfriend at dinner time. A good way to tell if the timing is appropriate is to look for nonverbal messages as well as verbal messages. It is also important to let the person who wants to communicate with you know if the time is bad for you. You might say, "This is a bad time for me right now. Can we sit down after dinner when things are more settled?"

4. ASKING QUESTIONS: People seldom say what they really mean the first time. Collecting more information helps the speaker feel like you are listening and trying to understand.
"Why do you think that Mr. Jones doesn't like you?"
"What did Mr. Jones say to you?"
"Where were you when your friends left you?"

5. REFLECTIVE LISTENING: Reflecting is when the listener mirrors back the thoughts and/or feelings the speaker is experiencing. When the listener accurately reflects the speaker’s thoughts or feelings, the speaker then knows he/she is being understood.
"Are you saying that you want to quit your job?"
"You seem to be feeling angry about that."
If the listener is wrong in his/her interpretation of the statement the speaker can restate or explain his/her feelings in a different way.

6. RESPECT AND CONSIDERATION: One sure way of ending good communication is by being critical or judgmental. Everyone wants to be shown respect. No one wants to be made to feel foolish or put down. It is important to respect the other person's point of view even if it is different from yours. Sometimes we do not understand why the person feels the emotion they feel. In these cases it is important to allow the person to express his/her emotions even when you do not agree or understand.

7. AVOIDING INTENSE ANGER: Sometimes we become too emotional to communicate effectively. Shouting, name calling, and physical expressions of anger build roadblocks, destroy self-esteem (of both people), and create fear. If you find yourself in this type of situation it is best to be honest and tell the other person you are too upset to talk at that time.
and we can talk when I get back."
"If I say anything right now, I'll be sorry. I'm not in control of my
Be sure to keep your word and communicate as soon as you can do so in a constructive way.

### 02.01.05 Climate Map, Games (World Geography)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 15 minutes

Climate/Precipitation-- Quia

We all live in different areas of the state, nation, and world. Much of what we can and cannot do is because of the climate and precipitation where we live. Go to the climate information sites to learn about the different climate types. After you know the major characteristics of each type, go to
the climate activity site listed and do the activity located at that site.

***Be sure to click the Send for Marking button after you upload your files or I may not know that you have done this assignment.***

Climate information Websites:
http://www.allcountries.org/maps/world_climate_maps.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate

Climate Activity- found at http://www.quia.com/jg/81611.html

When you complete the activity send me a copy of your final screen with your answers. Use the instructions below if you aren't sure how to do it.

For a PC:

Here are some instructions sent in by a fellow student: "To print screen a page (like the last page of the Quia activities, showing your answers) you press the "print screen" button on your keyboard. This will take a still shot of the page and all it's contents. Then open up your regular Paint program (usually comes with every computer) and at the top of the screen click "Edit" and then "Paste" it will then bring up the picture you copied. Then just press "File" then "save as" and your done. Leaving you with the finished result. Then, if you need to send it to someone, you can either copy it straight from the folder it's saved in or if you want it the original size, just upload it on a site, and copy the link. I use www.tinypic.com to do most of my uploading."

On a Mac:
Use the "Grab" program and take a snap shot of the crossword with the "Selection" tool in the "Capture" menu.

### 02.01.05 Matrices -- Assignment 1 (PreCalc)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 50 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 02 -- Matrices -- Assignment 1
Creating Matrices

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 1.

### 02.01.06 Assignment 034 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 3 minutes

Assignment Thirty-four: Write a short essay about your own personal communication skills. What have you learned so far about how you communicate?

### 02.01.06 Climate Maps- Continents (World Geography)

 teacher-scored 70 points possible 60 minutes

The seven continents of the world have many different climates. In this assignment you will put, on a map of the world (or map of each continent), the climates that each continent has. It will be important for you to pay attention to the different climates that is located on each continent. Climate is the average weather of a certain area over a long period of time. Each continent has many different climates because of latitude, elevation, landforms, closeness to an ocean or large body of water. For example: the climate of the Wasatch front (Ogden to Provo) is cold winters, and hot summers. Most of the precipitation arrives in the winter and spring. The summers and falls are generally dry. If you take someplace that has a similar latitude as the Wasatch front you will find that the climate can change because of the water and elevation factors. For example, San Francisco is about the same latitude as Salt Lake City. Only 3 degrees difference in latitude but because San Francisco is by the ocean and at sea level, it has a completely different climate. It has moderate winters and cool summers. Refer to the charts below for comparison.

San Francisco

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Avg. High 55° 58° 60° 64° 66° 70° 71° 72° 74° 70° 62° 56°
Avg. Low 41° 45° 45° 47° 48° 52° 54° 55° 55° 51° 47° 42°
Mean 48° 52° 54° 56° 58° 62° 64° 64° 65° 61° 55° 48°

Salt Lake City

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Avg. High 36° 44° 52° 61° 71° 82° 92° 88° 78° 66° 50° 37°
Avg. Low 18° 24° 31° 37° 45° 55° 64° 61° 51° 40° 30° 21°
Mean 28° 34° 42° 50° 58° 68° 78° 76° 65° 54° 41° 30°

Here you can see that the climate in San Francisco is milder than the climate in Salt Lake City.

Copy the outline maps and then click on the link for the climates of the world. Color each continent according to the climates that are there. Make sure you put a KEY on your map(s).

Outline maps: http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/ Click on the map you are going to do. Either the world or on each continent.

Climate map of the world: http://www.allcountries.org/maps/world_climate_maps.html

NOTE: you may have trouble attaching all of the maps. One student who was successful at doing so told me the following "You asked how I could fit so many maps into my submission. First, I scanned them at a low resolution and then I zipped them using WinZip into one file and uploaded that one file." Hope that helps. If not, send the maps that won't fit to me through e-mail.
You may also find this information from a fellow student who did an awesome job on this assignment helpful:
"You asked how I made my climate maps for assignment 2.6. Once I opened up a map on the site you gave us, I hit the screen print button at the top of my keyboard. I then opened up the Microsoft Paint application and hit Edit then Paste. The screen print came up and I was then able to crop the image down so I was just viewing the map. (To crop, I outlined the area I wanted to keep in the image with the flashing dotted lines used for cropping, then hit Image then Crop). Then I just painted in the colors to match the colored climate map on the website. To insert the keys, I made separate images on Paint with just the colored blocks I used in each map. The nice thing about using powerpoint is that I am able to insert multiple images into each slide. So I just matched the keys with the corresponding map and then inserted text boxes for all of the text

### 02.01.07 Assignment 035 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment Thirty-five: Practice using the following types of communication with someone and describe in a full paragraph how it worked.

A. I-Messages
B. Reflective listening skills
C. Clarifying

### 02.01.08 Assignment 036 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Thirty-six: Rewrite each of the definitions for Destructive Communication and put it in your own words. They are shown below--again, you do not have to write a complete sentence, just keep it short. :)

METHODS OF DESTRUCTIVE COMMUNICATION:
1. BLAMING: Family members frequently blame each other while trying to find out who is at fault, who started the fight, and so forth. Blaming hurts feelings, results in arguments, and reduces self-esteem.

2. INTERRUPTING: When someone interrupts another person, it is a sign that one idea is more important than another. Frequent interruptions stop clear communication and show disregard for other people's ideas.

3. ENDLESS FIGHTING: There are arguments that never end. This is when you bring up things that are old and have nothing to do with what is happening now. For example, you have an argument with your father about the car and who should pay for the gas. For weeks after that, your father brings up the fact that you brought the car home with the gas gauge on empty.

4. CHARACTER ASSASSINATION: Character assassination involves name calling, belittling comments about sensitive subjects, and insulting remarks. These actions destroy self-esteem, trust and communication. Words once said cannot be taken back! Sarcasm can be a form of character assassination. Be very careful to avoid this form of communication.

5. CALLING IN REINFORCEMENTS: This is when you involve outsiders in your personal relationships and quarrels. Positions instantly harden because you now feel the need to save face. It also breaks the bond of trust that you need to build in all good relationships. This is one of the most damaging things that can be done in communication.

6. WITHDRAWAL: Withdrawing from communication and avoiding conversation in families communicates hurt, rejection, neglect, indifference, and/or anger. It is basically saying, "I don't care enough about you to work this out." Of course if you are so upset that you cannot communicate in a kind and loving way, you should take a cooling-off period and then resume the conversation.

7. NEED TO BE RIGHT: Some people refuse to admit any wrongdoing because they have a need to always be right! This is a sign of poor self-esteem. Compromise is always the best way to communicate. Both people then feel like winners and feel respected and understood.

### 02.01.09 Assignment 037 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 8 minutes

Assignment Thirty-seven:

Observe communication or recall what you have seen in the past.

1. Describe a situation in which you have observed any or a number of the above negative communication techniques.
2.What impact did the negative response have on solving the communication problem?

### 02.01.10 Assignment 038 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Thirty-eight: Watch the Destructive Communication power point (5). Write the I-Messages asked for on slides 24 to 27.

REMEMBER TO PUT ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS IN A WORD PROCESSING PROGRAM. DO NOT SUBMIT THEM INTO THE ANSWER AREA of this system UNTIL THE END OF THIS UNIT, WHICH IS AFTER ASSIGNMENT 45. Put them ALL into the Answer Box for Assignment 45 and leave the others blank. THIS will continue throughout the course. Put all answers for a unit in the last assignment box of that unit.

### 02.01.11 Assignment 039 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment Thirty-nine: Look into your future and write a short essay on how you think good communication skills would make your life better?

### 02.01.12 Assignment 040 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Forty: View the 40 Destructive/Constructive Vocabulary List (shown above in orange) and rewrite the vocabulary words using your own language.

The definitions given are about a paragraph, but if you can summarize that definition in one sentence, that would be fine. Be sure to rewrite a definition for all of the vocabulary words that are given. You will want to know them all for the final.

### 02.01.13 Assignment 041 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Forty-one: Watch the power point on Listening 6 . List the Active Listening Skills.

### 02.01.14 Assignment 042 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Forty-two: Watch the PowerPoint entitled Listening Blocks. Pick out three of the mentioned topics that are of most interest to you. List them and write why each would help you.

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### 02.01.15 Assignment 043 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Forty-three: Watch the power point entitled Quotes Active Listening 8 . Pick out your favorite two quotes and write them down.

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### 02.01.17 Assignment 045 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 35 minutes

Assignment Forty-five:

Ask one of your parents for one tip on how you might communicate better, and write a paragraph about it.

REMEMBER TO PUT ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS IN A WORD PROCESSING PROGRAM. Only paste them one time into the Submission Box that asks for specific work.

### 02.01.18 Assignment 046 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Forty-six: After reading the "TOUCH-ORIENTED PERSON—CASE STUDY #1", answer these questions.

1. Do you think Andy's love for Susan has really worn off?
2. What touch orientation is Susan?
3. Do you think Susan wants constant public displays of affection?
4. What other things might Andy do to keep the communication in their marriage functioning well?

### 02.01.19 Assignment 047 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Forty-seven: After reading the "TOUCH-ORIENTED PERSON—CASE STUDY #2", answer these questions.

1. What touch orientation is the son?
2. What touch orientation is the mom?
3. What might improve the relationship between the son and his mother?

REMEMBER TO PUT ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS IN A WORD PROCESSING PROGRAM. DO NOT SUBMIT THEM INTO THE ANSWER AREA of this system UNTIL THE END OF THIS UNIT, WHICH IS AFTER ASSIGNMENT 52 in the 02.01 Submit 23-52 Unit 3. Put ALL assignments from 23-52 into a word processing document.

### 02.01.20 Assignment 048 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Forty-eight: After reading the "VERBALLY-ORIENTED PERSON—CASE STUDY #1", answer the following questions:

1. What touch orientation is Jackie?
2. What touch orientation is Steve?
3. Is Steve really immature and insecure?
4. Is it realistic or even fair for Jackie to expect him to change his love language?
5. How might this couple compromise and resolve the problem?

### 02.01.21 Assignment 049 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

1. Why did Sandy want John to do the jobs himself?
2. Do you think John is a task-oriented person?
3. What might the couple do to solve their problem?

### 02.01.23 Assignment 051 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Fifty-one: Write a paragraph stating what you thought of the information on communication.

### 02.01.24 Assignment 052 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Fifty-two: IMAGINE a time in your future life when this information might prove helpful to you. Write a pretend scenario and use at least five sentences.

Assignments 23 through 52 need to be submitted in 02.01 Submit 23-52 Unit 3 assignment area.

### 02.02 Egyptian Art Assignment (Art History and Art Criticism)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Copy and paste the questions between the asterisk into a word processor. From your online readings, answer the questions in your own words, in complete sentences and submit your assignment (Worth up to 20 points).
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1. Explain in a sentence or two how the ancient Egyptians artists showed the human body in their works, and what this art is called.
2. In a sentence or two, explain the importance of a Egyptian stele.
3. What were the characters called that Egyptians used to represent letters or words?.
4. In a sentence or two, explain who Anubis was.
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### 02.02 How to Save (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

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Assignment 02.02 (13E)
(Copy everything between the asterisks.)
1) Q: From the information above, even though minimum balances required to open a savings account are usually low ($1 or$5), what might you avoid by opening an account with $100,$300 or more? > ANSWER:
2) Q: Why should you pay yourself first according to the website? >ANSWER:
3) Q: In your own judgment, give an example of one possible ITEM (not a dollar amount or %) in each of the following saving categories:
a. Example of an everyday expense > ANSWER:
b. Example of an expense from short-term savings or emergencies > ANSWER:
c. Example of an expense from long-term saving > ANSWER:
d. Example of an expense for a charity > ANSWER:

### 03.01.08 Sequences and Series -- Assignment 1 (PreCalc)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 45 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Sequences and Series -- Assignment 1
Arithmetic Sequences

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 1.

### 03.01.09 Sequences and Series -- Assignment 2 (PreCalc)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Sequences and Series -- Assignment 2
Exploring Sequences

Print out the attached assignment. Complete this assignment in the space provided, and additional paper as needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

This assignment is worth 60 points.

You should complete this assignment after reading Lesson 1.

### 03.01.10 Assignment 071 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment Seventy-one:

Take the Dr. Laura’s “Is It Love?” Test. Write what your score is.

### 03.01.10 Sequences and Series -- Assignment 3 (PreCalc)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Sequences and Series -- Assignment 3
Exploring Geometric Sequences

Print out the attached assignment. Complete this assignment in the space provided, and additional paper as needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

This assignment is worth 60 points.

You should complete this assignment after reading Lesson 1.

### 03.02 Bill of Rights Issues (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 26 points possible 50 minutes

As you view the episode from the link above, complete the following questions:

1. The Bill of Rights protects the individual citizen from _____________________.

2. What was the “real reason” there was no Bill of Rights in the original Constitution?

3. The rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rights were conceived as a result of ___________ .

4. Describe some of the actions of the Westboro Baptists.  In your opinion, why do you think that the Supreme Court justices voted in favor of the group?

5. What are some of the tests (at least three) of free speech listed in the video?  List and describe them.

6. How did the case of Gideon influence US Law? Name two other ways that rights of defendants have been extended.

7. Describe what happened at Cranston West High School.  What was the issue?  What do you think about the comments the creator of the prayer made about the majority vs the minority? Should the “majority rules” idea matter?

8. In a 3-5 sentence paragraph explain the principle that “there is a wall of separation between church and state”.

9. What did the Supreme Court decide about gun ownership in 2010?  Do you agree with their decision?  Why or why not?

10. Do you think that it’s possible for “fundamental rights” to change?  Explain your answer.

11. How have our 4th amendment rights changed as a result of technology?  How have we “given our privacy away’?  What about you?  What have you done to “give your privacy away”?

12. In the end, according to the program, what makes us a free country?

13. What did the Somalian woman at the end say about the difference between America nad other countries? Did this come as a surprise to you? What do you think are some of the best things about America?

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02 Ancient Middle East Reading Challenge (WorldCiv1)

 teacher-scored 36 points possible 25 minutes

3.02 Ancient Middle East Reading Challenge(WorldCiv1)

Respond to each item below using the "Required Readings" for Chapter 3.

To submit this assignment:
1. Create the assignment in a word-processing document. Copy and paste it in the questions between the two lines of asterisks, below;
2. When you have finished, click “next” at the bottom of the screen. On the following screen you will find a "submit this" assignment tab.
3. Copy and paste the assignment into the text box and click [Save changes].
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Assignment instructions:
Respond to each item below using the "Required Readings."

The "Required Readings" for the course are provided by World Book Encyclopedia and are aligned to the Utah State Core Curriculum for Social Studies. The readings are written by college professors, historians, museum curators and institute directors recognized world-wide as experts in their fields of study.

Accessing the readings is a bit tricky, but it is possible. To access the readings you must do the following:

1) Open "a new Tab" on your internet browser and paste the web address for Pioneer Library Online found at the bottom of the assignment page.

Once logged in, click on the World Book link in the bottom left of the page. It will send you a page with a bunch of boxes, click on the student box.  LEAVE THIS PAGE OPEN.

In another page, go back to the lesson (this is where the direct links for the readings are) and click on the link for the reading you are trying to access.

3) In many cases you will not be reading entire articles. The subsection/subsections of each article to be read is/are indicated below the name of the "Required Reading." Read only the subsections indicated. If there is no indication, you should read the entire article.

4) If you have any further questions, feel free to contact your instructor by email.

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1. What is Mesopotamia? Why was it so named, and which modern countries are included in the region?

2. When were the first cities founded? When was writing invented? Which group is credited with these accomplishments?

3. Who were the Akkadians? Why are they important?

4. Which city-states of Sumer became small kingdoms?

Cuneiform writing on clay tablet, British Museum, Assyrian collections: Wikimedia Commons, Matt Neale, CC Attribution 2.0 Generic

5. What is cuneiform? Who developed it? How is it created?

6. Who translated cuneiform? What item was instrumental in the translation? Why was cuneiform so difficult to translate?

7. Who is Sargon? Name one of his accomplishments:

8. What are ziggurats, and who built them?

9. What are the two most famous examples of Babylonian literature, and what are they about?

10. The Babylonians excelled in which two sciences?

11. Who are the Assyrians? Why are they called the "Romans of Asia"?

12. What were the most important Assyrian cities?

13. Which two writings systems were used by the Assyrians?

14. What reputation did the Assyrians have as conquerors?

Read the following subsections: Persia, Ancient, through and including The Achaemenid Empire.

15. Who established the Achaemenid Empire?

16. Who was Darius I and what did he do?

17. What peoples were the Persians attempting to conquer during the Persian Wars? Were the Persians successful?

18. Who conquered Persia and ended the Achaemenid Empire?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02 Byzantine Art and Middle Ages Activity(Art History and Art Criticisim)

 teacher-scored 42 points possible 40 minutes

Answer the following questions below. Submit your answers by making a copy, paste the following questions into a word processor program and submit your answers on what you have just learned from the readings above.

1. Why is this period called the Middle Ages?
2. Select the website at the Stained Glass Museum, connecting to the "The Brief History of Stained Glass". Explain what the purpose of stained glass was in a cathedral, then summarize how stained glass is made. Give a short description of the methods and materials used in the manufacture of stained glass since the twelfth century.
3. What is a mosaic?
4. Where is Hagia Sophia and what was it used for?
5. Using the websites below, explain the difference between the Gothic cathedrals and the Romanesque cathedrals.
What are flying buttresses and and pointed arches?

### 03.02 Nitrogen Cycle (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

Assignment:

There are three parts to this assignment. You must complete all three parts to receive credit for the assignment. Be sure to turn in all three parts at the same time. I will not correct partial assignments. THANKS!

PART ONE:

1. Describe the nitrogen cycle. Describe how nitrogen goes from the atmosphere to a form usable to plants, how it is used and excreted by animals, and how it returns to the atmosphere. In your description be sure to explain the words:

• nitrogen fixation
• decay
• nitrification
• denitrification

PART TWO:

Write a short paragraph describing at least two ways the nitrogen cycle affects your body.

How is it used in your body?

BE SPECIFIC. At least one of the ways you identify must be a way that nitrogen is used in your body.

PART THREE:

Identify and describe at least two ways that you and other humans affect the nitrogen cycle. Provide examples of how human activities affect the nitrogen cycle. The web sites in the URLs may be helpful to you.

When you have complete all three parts of the assignment,  submit it to me.

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02 Polynomials - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 74 points possible 35 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02.01 Borderland Questions(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 30 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS 03.02.01 Borderland

Content Objective: Students will assess the roles of movement and region along the US/Mexico border.

Introduction: Often people mistakenly think that the US/Mexico border not only divides two countries, but also divides two cultures. The truth is that the towns along both sides of the border often have their own unique “Bordertown” culture. These are places where English and Spanish are both spoken. Places where kids legally cross over the border to go to school and cross back to go home at night. In Bordertowns the food, music, holidays, language, traditions and clothing are heavily influenced by both American and Mexican traditions.

As you go through the slideshow of pictures, quotes and videos about Borderland, consider the unique border culture that has been created by people traveling back and forth between the two countries.

2. Click through the stories, pictures and videos for Stories 1-6 and answer the questions as you go through it.
3. Click to Story 12 and answer the final questions (You will skip stories 7-11)

Copy and paste this text into your document and answer the questions.

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STORY 1

1. True or False- everyone who crosses from Mexico into the US is from Mexico.

2. How many countries did Saraa Zewedi Yilma pass through to get to the US?

3. In 2012 what percentage of applications for asylum were accepted?

STORY 2

4. From which country did Mexico gain its independence?

5. What we now call Utah was considered a part of which country in 1821?

6. What year was the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo?

STORY 3

7. How long is the US-Mexico Border?

8. Think back a few lessons--Which border is longer- the border between the US and Canada or the border between the US and Mexico?

9. What portion of the US-Mexico border is fenced?

10. Why don’t they use a fence along the entire border?

11. What does the fence look like? How does it change from place to place?

12. Why did the government originally put up a fence in 1909?

STORY 4

13. If you could interview one of the people picture in Story 4 who would you interview?

14. List 3 questions you would ask him/her about life on the border.

STORY 5

15. Why did many Mexicans move from Juarez, Mexico to El Paso, Texas?

16. As you look through the pictures of abandoned houses, how does it make you feel?

STORY 6

18. How did you feel about Junior’s story?

19. There are millions of undocumented students in the US, many of whom are separated from their parents, in what ways does this make school difficult for these students?

20. Do you feel like this story portrayed a balanced, unbiased view of the US-Mexico border, why or why not?

CLICK ON “ALL STORIES” THEN SELECT STORY 12 (you will skip stories 7-11)

a. How many minutes have passed?

b. How many vehicles crossed legally?

c. How many pedestrians crossed legally?

d. How many people have been detained for illegal entry?

e.How many pounds of marijuana have been seized?

f. How many ounces of cocaine have been seized?

22. Do any of these numbers surprise you? Which ones, if any? What do you think about them?

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02.01 Lesson 3B: Spanish Cognates (Spanish 1)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.02.01 More About Numbers ...**: You should be a pro by now, so just find our special button: and click on it!

Last reminder: after completing the assignment, find that wonderful button and click on it to go to the next lesson!

### 03.02.01 Study Questions - Senate (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 35 minutes

Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work and save a copy for yourself. Then, submit your work by pasting it into the assignment submission window. **************************************************************************************************************

Senate

1. What are the three qualifications to become a Senator?

2. What is the length of term for a Senator? How many terms may a Senator serve?

3. How many members make up the Senate?

4. Why is that number the way that it is?

5. Who are the current senators from your state?

6. Both House members and Senate members have the franking privilege. What is that?

7. Who is the current majority party in the Senate?

8. Who is the President of the Senate?

9. Who is the President Pro Tempore of the Senate?

Committees

10. How many major committees are there in the Senate?

11. Which is probably the most important?

12. How does a Senator get assigned to a committee?

13. What do committees do?

Members of the Congress

14. What is the average age of a Senator?

15. What is the most common occupation of a Congressperson before being elected?

16. How many Senators are women?

Perks

17. What are some examples of congressional perks?

Definitions

18. Is the process for a bill to become a law a long process? What are the major steps?

19. What is a quorum?

20. Which house of Congress has unlimited debate? What is the term called?

21. What does pigeon-holing a bill do?

22. What is a veto override?

23. What is a Christmas Tree bill?

24. What is a rider to a bill?

25. What is an incumbent? Why is this important?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02.01 Writing techniques and punctuation assignment (LA 9)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 20 minutes

Sentence Workshop - Punctuation review

Make sure you have learned in the lesson before you start on this assignment.

Copy and paste the section between the lines of asterisks into a word-processing document on your computer. Save your completed work and submit it in the corresponding submission section of the module.

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Writing sentences

Proper use of punctuation in your writing helps readers understand what you mean. Follow the instructions in each part to write your sentences.

a. Write one sentence using commas to separate single-word items in a series.

b. Write one sentence using commas to separate the three phrases of a 'magic three'.

c. Write one compound sentence using a comma to separate independent clauses.

d. Write one sentence using a comma to separate an introductory phrase or clause from the main clause.

e. Write one sentence in which you use commas to set off appositive, parenthetical, or unnecessary clauses or phrasWrite one sentence which use commas to set off dialogue.

f. Write one sentence using commas to separate multiple adjectives modifying the same noun, where the order of the adjectives doesn't matter. (Don't put a comma between the last adjective and the noun.)

g. Write one sentence that correctly use a colon before a list.

h. Write one sentence that correctly uses a colon before a word, phrase or clause that renames or emphasizes the previous one.

i. Write one sentence that uses a semicolon between two closely related sentences to imply a cause-effect relationship.

j. Write one sentence that uses a semicolon between two independent clauses joined by a conjunctive adverb. Remember the comma after the conjunctive adverb.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02.02 Linear Function Operations Quiz (3 parts) (Math Level 1)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 60 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Take the 03.02 Linear Function Operations - Evaluating Functions Part 1 Quiz

• You need to score 16 or higher.

2. Take the  03.02 Linear Function Operations - Operations on Functions Part 2 Quiz

• You need to score 16 or higher.

3. Take the 03.02 Linear Function Operations - Compositions of Functions Part 3 Quiz

• You need to score 16 or higher

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.02.04 Assignment 075 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Seventy-five:

Fill out the Identifying Dating Sexuality Value Handout. On 1 – 18, list 1 through 7 as your answer rather than checking the boxes.

### 03.02.06 Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Quiz 9

 computer-scored 31 points possible 60 minutes

Complete Unit 02 -- Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Quiz 9 Exploring Equations The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback. Complete this quiz after you finish reading lesson 1.

### 03.02.07 Assignment 078 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment Seventy-eight:

1. What are some reasons why people sometimes don’t stand up for their values?
2. Have you ever been in a high-pressure sales situation?
3. Did you get talked into buying something you really didn’t want or couldn’t afford?
4. What kind of sales tactics did the sales person use?
5. How did you feel during the process? Was it hard to say no?
6. How did you feel after the situation?
7. Did you say yes and change your mind afterward and perhaps take the product back?
8. How did that go?
9. In the end, who is the sales person mainly looking out for?
10. What kind of techniques or promises does he or she use to get you to commit to buy?
11. How do you feel about the sales person or yourself after the presentation?
12. How do you feel about going to another similar presentation?
13. What do you wish you could have done differently?

### 03.02.08 Assignment 079 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Seventy-nine: Play youtube video clip from Oklahoma! - I Cain’t Say No (Ado Annie)

1. What is the message of her song?
2. What are some of the ways she could learn to say No?
3. Do you think her “inability” to say no is helping her?
4. What ways could it get her into trouble?
5. What are some skills that she might need to learn in order to be safer?

### 03.02.08 Sequences and Series -- Assignment 4 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 40 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Sequences and Series -- Assignment 04
Geometric Sequences

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 2.

### 03.02.09 Assignment 080 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment Eighty:

Think of as many ways as possible to JUST SAY NO and write them down. Then read the document entitled, Just Say No Activity, and find five things to say that you’d feel good about. Practice saying those things over and over, then you will be prepared if the time were to come that you’d need to respond in that way.

### 03.02.10 Assignment 081 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Eighty-one:

Read the How To Say No Transparency and pick four that you think you could use. List those four.

### 03.02.11 Assignment 082 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Eighty-two:

Write reasons and rebuttals to situations listed in Safe Dating Rules worksheet.

### 03.02.12 Assignment 083 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

UNIT SIX comprises assignment numbers 90 to 104. Save all of your work for this unit in your word processing program and paste them all at one time in the 03.04 Submit 90-104 UNIT 6 area.

Assignment Eighty-three:

“Saying NO to Sex before marriage means Saying YES to ____________________.” Brainstorm and come up with as many positive ideas as you can to fill in the blank.

### 03.02.13 Assignment 084 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Eighty-four:

Look at the "Vocabulary Dating Behavior" document and rewrite the definitions of the three words listed.

### 03.02.14 Assignment 085 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment Eighty-five:

Write down three dating rules that you think are most important.

### 03.02.15 Assignment 086 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 10 minutes

Assignment Eighty-six:

Write down three refusal skills that you think you could use.

### 03.02.16 Assignment 087 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 10 minutes

Assignment Eighty-seven:

Read the "How to Say No" ideas above and state which ones you think may be more successful than the last refusal skills you thought you could use.

### 03.02.17 Assignment 088 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment Eighty-eight:

Open the "You are the Parent" document and answer the questions.

### 03.02.18 Assignment 089 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment Eighty-nine:

Read the "Refusal Skills Pressure Lines Activity" and write five ideas that you found helpful.

You will submit assignments 62 through 89 in the 03.02 Submit 62.89 Unit 5 assignment area.

### 03.03 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 73 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03 Creating a Budget (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

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ASSIGNMENT 03.03 (13E)
(Copy everything between the asterisks.)
1) Q: What was your “Difference” (the remaining money in your budget) the first time? > ANSWER:
2) Q: If your “Difference” (Income Minus expenses) was negative, make adjustments until the balance is zero or greater. What is the new balance? (If your balance was zero or greater, write “same.”): > ANSWER:
3) Q: What will happen over time if your “Net Income (paycheck) minus all expenses” is negative? > ANSWER:
4) Q: When you spend money in one place, you lose the opportunity to save or spend it somewhere else. This trade-off is called “opportunity cost” and applies to every purchase made--even good purchases. Name just one “opportunity cost” that could be lost by going on an expensive vacation that costs several thousand dollars for example, instead of putting the very same money into savings: > ANSWER:
5) Q: (3.3): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03 Making Connections with Hammurabi's Code

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 20 minutes

Early Mesopotamia Study Guide- Making Connections with Hammurabi's Code
Assyrian warship, 700-692 BC From Nineveh, probably built and manned by Phoenicians employed by Sennacherih: Wikimedia Commons, World Imaging, CC Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic

1. To start, please view the World Book Online entry about Hammurabi found in the links below. (Don't forget that you will need to log into the Pioneer Online Library first before you can access the World Book Online.)

2. As discussed in the article Hammurabi was a king of Babylonia who expanded his kingdom. He was also very influential because of his collection of laws which he revised and expanded. There is much debate today about laws and punishment. Please view Hammurabi’s Code at the Avalon Project (Yale Law School) found in the links below.

You do not need to read the introductory information. Skip to the laws. (It reads CODE OF LAWS.) You only need to read the laws 185-282 and choose one law that you feel would be beneficial in our society today.

3. Please write at least 200 words about the implications of this law today, and why you feel that this could help and benefit our society. Compare it with what actually happens to someone who commits this type of crime in our society (if you know).

Informative: You obviously have read the law and have an understanding of what it means. You are able to transfer that knowledge and make connections to the law today.
Conventions: You should have no grammatical or spelling errors. It should be obvious that spell check was used.
Context: Your suggestion for following the law today makes sense, and would be beneficial for our society today.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03 Making Inferences (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

Now, it is time for the part of the assignment that you will turn in to me.

Assignment:

Your task is to find and correctly identify evidence and inference statements in the following article. You need to write the entire sentence AND label it as “evidence” or “inference”. Go to the first URL (The Carbon Cycle) and read the article on the carbon cycle.

1. Under the heading “The Carbon Cycle”, identify FIVE evidence statements.

2. Under the heading “The Uptake and Return of CO2 Are Not in Balance”, identify FIVE evidence statements and ONE INFERENCE.

3. Under the heading “Where Is the Missing Carbon?”, identify ONE evidence statement.

4. Under the heading “The Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming” identify FIVE evidence statements and ONE inference statement.

5. Under the heading “Other Greenhouse Gases”, identify FIVE evidence statements and ONE inference statements.

Click on the attachment that says "3.03Diagram". Use the diagram to answer the questions below .

6. Write TWO evidence statements based on information from the graph. A sample evidence statement could be “67 watts per square meter of the incoming solar radiation is absorbed by the atmosphere.” [Do NOT use my sample as one or your answers!]

7. Write TWO inference statements about the evidence statements you wrote in #6. A sample inference statement could be “An increase in the amount of solar radiation absorbed by the atmosphere would probably cause more evaporation.” [Do NOT use my sample as one or your answers!]

Submit your written assignment to me.

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!!!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03 The Amentments' Enchanted Box! (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 40 minutes

03.03 The Amendments’ Enchanted Box!

Choose the correct amendment number from the list on the right to match with the statement of content on the left.  Write the number of the amendment into the proper space in the answer box below.  If you match the statements and the amendment correctly, the answers will form an enchanted box! The total of the numbers will be the same in each of the rows across and down.  The diagonals will also total the same amount.  When you are finished, you can copy and paste the finished box and the magic number into the submission box.

 A. Unenumerated Rights 1. 1st Amendment B. Quartering Troops 2. 2nd Amendment C. Presidential Tenure 3. 3rd Amendment D. Income tax 4. 4th Amendment E. Right of any race to vote 5. 5th Amendment F. Right to bear arms 6. 6th Amendment G. Repeal of prohibition 7. 7th Amendment H. Presidential Terms 8. 8th Amendment I. Citizenship for slaves 9. 9th Amendment J. Excessive punishment 10. 10th Amendment K. Presidential succession 11. 11th Amendment L. Women's suffrage 12. 12th Amendment M. Prohibition of slavery 13. 13th Amendment N. Right to trial by jury 14. 14th Amendment O. Free religion, speech, press, assembly, peition 15. 15th Amendment P. Prohibition 16. 16th Amendment Q. Changes in the Electoral College 17. 17th Amendment R. Right of a speedy trial 18. 18th Amendment S. Self-incrimination 19. 19th Amendment T. No poll taxes 20. 20th Amendment U. Suits against the states 21. 21st Amendment V. Powers reserved to the states 22. 22nd Amendment W. Search and seizure 23. 23rd Amendment X. D.C. right to vote 24. 24th Amendment Y. Popular election of senators 25. 25th Amendment

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Enchanted number total:___________

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03.01 Assignment 090 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Ninety: Open the vocabulary in the "Responsible Sexual Behavior" document and rewrite the definitions to the vocabulary words in your own words.

### 03.03.01 Atomic Structure(Chemistry1)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 90 minutes

Assignment 3.3.1: Atomic Structure
15 points

Learn about atomic structure at the following sites, remember to explore related links on the pages.

Go to the website section to explore these links for 03.3.1 Atomic Structure(Chemistry1)

1. What is a subatomic particle called that is negatively charged?

2. What is a neutrally charged subatomic particle called?

3. What is a subatomic particle called that is positively charged?

4. Which subatomic particle circles the nucleus?

5. Which two particles are found in the nucleus?

6. Which two particles have relatively the same mass?

7. Give a few examples of how you have used electrons today?

8. Briefly describe how electrons were discovered?

9. Describe how Rutherford disproved “the chocolate chip cookie model.” Describe the new model he proposed.

10. Briefly describe how neutrons were discovered?

11. Think of an atom model that you could make using mostly edible items. Describe your model. (What would you make your model out of? What would represent protons, neutrons, and electrons? How many protons, neutrons, and electrons would your model contain? Which element would your model represent?)

### 03.03.01 Lesson 3C: Telling Time (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.03.01: Telling Time**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 03.03.01 Study Questions - Executive Branch (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 30 minutes

Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks below into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work and save a copy for yourself. Then, submit your work by pasting it in to the assignment submission window. ****************************************************************************************************************

Veto

1. When a President vetoes a law, what does that mean?

2. The President can pocket veto a bill. What does that mean?

Requirements 3. What are the qualifications for President as stated in the Constitution?

4. How long is a Presidential term?

5. How many terms may a President serve?

6. Who really elects the President?

Succession

7. Who is next in line if the President dies?

8. If the President and Vice President die, who becomes President?

Cabinet

9. Is the President's cabinet mentioned in the Constitution?

10. Who formed the first Presidential cabinet?

11. What is the purpose of a cabinet?

Powers

12 What are the four main powers of the President?

13. What does it mean that the President is Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces?

14. Does he have the power to declare war?

15. What is the process to sign a treaty with a foreign country? Who has to agree to it?

16. What is the process for the President to "get around" Congress and still make a treaty with a country?

17. The President can pardon people accused of crimes, but what is the limitation of that power?

18. Does a President veto very many bills passed by Congress? Why?

19. Why would a President veto a bill passed by Congress?

20. How can Congress get around a Presidential veto?

21. Is it easy for Congress to do that? Explain.

22. What is a line-item veto?

23. What is the Constitutional status of a line-item veto?

Definitions

24. Define this term: Executive privilege

25. What does bipartisan mean?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03.02

 teacher-scored 8 points possible 10 minutes

Assessment Rubric:

 Content All words accurately defined. /8

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 20 minutes

Once you have read the myth and the poem, answer these questions (make sure that you answer in complete sentences):

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1. How does knowing the story change the meaning of the word “prayer” and of the tone of the poem?
2. What particular lines did you find most effective and why?

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Assessment Rubric:

 Content Shows required response and understanding of the poem as well as the allusion. /4 Clarity Writing is clear focused and well organized. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03.02 Assignment 091 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 5 minutes

Assignment Ninety-one: Please write a description of what you view as being the biggest danger during your dating years?

### 03.03.02 Identifying Linear Functions - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03.02 Race in Latin America(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 60 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS 03.03.02 Race in Latin America

Content Objective: Examine how movement has impacted racial and cultural diversity in Latin America.

Latin America is a region composed of Central America, the Caribbean and South America. That is, all of the Americas that are South of the United States.

Many people make the mistake of thinking that all Latin American countries are the same as Mexico. They don’t even speak the same languages. While many Latin American countries speak Spanish they speak Portuguese in Brazil, they speak French dialects in Haiti, Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana. There are several English and Dutch speaking countries in the region as well. Throughout the region there are also groups of American Indians who speak in their own languages.

To better understand Latin America we are going to look at race. Just like many people think all Latin Americans speak Spanish, some people think that everyone from Latin America is the same race. To understand race in Latin America we need a brief history lesson.

• Ancient Latin America was ruled by different indigenous groups and tribes. You may have heard of some of them, the Aztec, Inca, and Maya. Just like there were American Indians in North America, there were American Indians in Central and South America.
• Columbus came to the Americas, he actually landed on an island he named Hispaniola. (Today we call this island Dominican Republic and Haiti. Other European explorers followed Columbus and came to the Americas. The Europeans intended to bring culture, civilization and religion to the Americans. They did not know that these were culturally rich, advanced civilizations who had their own religious beliefs. During this time the Europeans brought diseases and weapons which wiped out many of these early civilizations. They forced those who survived to learn their religions and languages.
• At this point there were indigenous groups and European groups in the Americas—Then they began to have children together. These children were called “Mestizos” or “mixed-race.”
• Fast forward a few years and the Europeans began the practice of taking Africans, from a variety of tribes, to the Americas to be slaves. There were millions more slaves brought to Central and South America than were ever brought to the US. These slaves and their descendants would become a part of Latin America. They would produce children with American Indians, Mestizos and those of European descent.

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Part 1 RACE-

The first part of this assignment is going to be an exploration of what race is. Go to the PBS Race website (link below) and begin by reading the 10 quick facts about race (the small circles in the bottom left corner of the Is Race for Real? Box) Then answer these questions about race.

TRUE OR FALSE:

1. People have always been divided by their races.
2. There is a gene that determines which race a person is.
3. Slavery is older than race.
4. The idea of race was created to justify why some people were allowed rights and freedoms and others were slaves.
5. Race has been used to justify taking land, killing people and excluding people from society.
6. Humans are one of the most diverse species. Different races are actually sub-species, some of which are lower than others.
7. The genes for race also determine how athletic people are. This is why certain races are faster than others.
8. Two Koreans are likely to be as genetically different as a Korean and an Italian.
9. Because race is not genetic racism does not exist.
10. If we pretend race doesn’t exist then racism will go away.

CLICK ON SORTING PEOPLE Then Click BEGIN SORTING

Do the sorting activity.

11.  How many people did you correctly classify?
12.  Why is classifying people by how they look a problem?

Click on EXPLORE TRAITS.

13. Why can’t skin color, fingerprints or blood type determine race?

Part 2 Race in Latin America-

Watch the preview for the PBS special on being black in Latin America (link below) and then answer the following questions with complete sentences.

14. Why is it important to recognize diversity within a region? (2-3 sentences)

15. How do you think the culture in Latin America has been influenced by its diversity? (2-3 sentences)

16. Write a paragraph about how the theme of “movement” relates to the racial diversity in Latin America.  (5-8 sentences)

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.03.03 Assignment 092 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 5 minutes

Assignment Ninety-two:

What kind of dangers have you seen others experience?

### 03.03.04 Assignment 093 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment Ninety-three: Complete the worksheet entitled "13 Myths of STDs." Answer each item to the best of your ability. After answering, open the "B" document to see the correct answers.

### 03.03.04 Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Quiz 10 (Math I)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 40 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Quiz 10
Finding Solutions From Graphs and Data Tables

The quiz is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this quiz after you finish reading lesson 3.

### 03.03.05 Assignment 094 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment Ninety-four:

View the "Common Types of STD's" PowerPoint 14 and list the six ideas mentioned under prevention.

### 03.03.05 Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Assignment 5

 teacher-scored 70 points possible 90 minutes

Complete Unit 03 -- Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Assignment 5 Data Tables, Graphs and Solutions to Problems Print out the attached assignment and complete the applicable questions in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Complete part III by hand on graph paper. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. You should complete this assignment after studying Lessons 2 and 3.

### 03.03.06 Assignment 095 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment Ninety-five:

Complete the worksheet entitled "Common Types of STIs." Just list the # and then complete a, b, c, and d.

### 03.03.07 Assignment 096 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment Ninety-six:

Read the article on Chlamydia and list three points from the article.

### 03.03.08 Assignment 097 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 5 minutes

Assignment Ninety-seven:

Many sources say that a condom is safe protection against SDI's. Is this true? Defend your answer.

### 03.04 Exploring the 14th Amendment (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 22 points possible 40 minutes

In this assignment we will be exploring some of the issues of the 14th Amendment.

1. Section 1 is the most important part of the 14th Amendment.  What is considered a citizen of the United States?
2. What does “naturalized” mean? (if you don’t know, you can Google “naturalized citizen”)
3. What is a state prohibited from doing?
4. There are circumstances when a state can do the things you listed in #3.  When can they do these things?
5. Read the last line of Section 1 of the 14th Amendment and fill in the blank: “nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the _________   _______________ of the _____________.”

The 14th Amendment has three other sections, but the bulk of what we look at today is contained in the first section. What do these statements mean?  How are they interpreted today?

Citizenship—Using the second link entitled, “The 14th Amendment for Dummies” answer the following questions.

6. What is the difference between birthright and right of blood?
7. If a child is born in the United States to parents (who aren’t citizens of the U.S.), is that child a citizen?
8. Write a paragraph to answer the following question: IN YOUR OPINION, are the policies about citizenship described on the website fair?  Why or why not?

Due Process of Law—Originally, the Supreme Court said that anyone who was not a former slave could use the 14th Amendment as justification in a lawsuit declaring state actions unconstitutional.  This has changed and this “due process of law” phrase and “equal protection under the law” phrases have been used in millions of court cases.  Using the link entitled, “Due Process,” answer the following questions.

9. What does due process in general mean?  (Hint: look at the 4th paragraph on the website)
10. What are four of the rights due process protects? (there are a bunch…just pick four)
11. Using the “Due Process Clause, Equal Protection Clause, and Disenfranchising Criminals” link above, name and explain two court cases where lawsuits have used the 14th Amendment to show state actions were depriving them of their rights.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.04 Graphing Linear Functions - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 48 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.04 Multiplying and Dividing Monomials - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 93 points possible 35 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.04.01 Assignment 098 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment Ninety-eight: Open the "Vocabulary of Teen Dating Violence" and rewrite the definitions of the vocabulary words in your words.

### 03.04.01 Lesson 3D: Regular "AR" Verbs (Spanish 1)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.04.01: Regular "AR" Verbs**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 03.04.01 Review Questions (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 120 minutes

To finish this unit, you must write a thorough answer for each of the following questions. You may use whatever sources you would like. Each question will be worth 10 points. You need to write enough to adequately answer and discuss each question (AT LEAST a good strong five sentence paragraph--more if you want a high score). You may see some of these same questions on the proctored final, so make sure you know the answers to all of them. Write in your own words! Do not plagiarize. Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks below into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work by pasting it in to the assignment submission window. **********************************************************************************************************

Sovereignty
1. List and describe the four purposes of government from our Preamble.
Colonial
2. In what ways were the American colonies democratic? In what ways were they not democratic?
Framing the Constitution
3. How did the founding fathers hope to prevent any one branch of government from gaining too much power? Why was this such a big concern?
Federal vs. States
4. How does the overall power of the national government compare to that of the states? Give specific examples.
Political Parties
5. How are parties organized on the national, state, and local levels?
Elections
6. What are the basic elements of a presidential campaign? Evaluate which are most important.
Political Ideology
7. How do political action committees influence elections? Give examples of when this has happened.
House of Representatives
8. Why is the rules committee one of the most powerful committees in the House?
Senate
9. Why does the Senate have fewer rules and a less formal atmosphere than the House?
Executive Branch
10. What qualifications for the office of president do you think are the most necessary for carrying out the duties of the office? Why?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.04.01 Subatomic Particles(Chemistry1)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment 3 - 4.1: Subatomic Particles
10 points

Search the web, or any other resource you may have available, to determine some information about the three primary subatomic particles in an atom.

1) Describe these particles in terms of size, charge and position in the atom.

2) Describe, and I mean very generally, the motion of electrons in an atom.

You should include information that would answer the following questions.

3) What is an average diameter for a nucleus of an atom?

4). What is the average diameter for an entire atom?

5) What is the average diameter of a proton?

6) What is the average diameter of an electron?

You may find the website section for 03.4.1 Subatomic Particles(Chemistry 1)useful.

### 03.04.02

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 80 minutes

Assessment Rubric:

 Content Symbol is given, and several details show the writer's connection to the symbol. /4 Support Specific detail shows the connection of the symbol to the individual. /4 Clarity Writing is clear, focused and well organized. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4 Additional Requirements Complete answers to questions included. /4

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.04.02 Assignment 099 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 45 minutes

Assignment Ninety-nine: View the Power Point 15 "Love is Not Abuse" and write a paragraph about it. If you wish to study additional information on this subject, read the longer power point <16> Love is Not Abuse. This last reading is optional. If there is ANY chance that you know someone who is being abused or where the indications are starting, do get informed and help. If you don’t do anything, that could cause you negative emotional ramifications in the future. If a loved one is suffering through this, it could escalate, leading to death.

### 03.04.02 Extra Credit Assignment (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 30 minutes

The United States Constitution ** Write whether each act listed below is constitutional or not. If it is not, then cite the appropriate article or amendment that made the statement unconstitutional. >>>>(Ex; Art. 1 Sec. 2 Par. 3)

1. A serious economic crisis takes place in the U.S. at the end of the President's second term. He decides his "duty" to the people is to run for a third term.

2. Congress passes a law that it can collect a duty of 10% on lumber being exported.

3. The president declares war on North Korea.

4. Congress passes a law that persons not residing in a state cannot smoke in that state because of the threat to pollution levels.

5. Since Washington D.C. is not in any state, residents there may not vote in national elections.

6. The president is accepting bribes from the Israeli government.

7. The Supreme Court rules that because of our national debt, the U.S. can no longer borrow money.

8. The same court rules that, in order to send a message to terrorists, anyone found guilty of terrorist acts in the U.S. will be tarred and feathered on public television.

9. The President decides that Congress will meet in regular session on Dec. 15th of each year.

10. Congress decides to impeach the president with the president of the Senate presiding.

11. Utah decides to allow one of its Senators to be appointed to the Electoral Collage.

12. The President agrees to let Puerto Rico become become a state in the union.

13. The President names a close friend Speaker of the House of Representatives.

14. The President, who is angry at the first lady for cheating on him, punishes all women in Washington D.C. by not letting them vote in the upcoming election.

15. Congress orders that a mass murderer be sent back to California after he/she was captured on Florida.

16. The President-elect, whose religion doesn't allow him to swear oaths or allegiances, refuses to take the Oath of Office.

17. A member of the House dies during a session of Congress. The House takes four days for bereavement. The Senate says they can only take two days off.

18. The President grants a pardon to his buddy who has 37 parking violations in Utah.

19. The President orders the Treasury Department to coin a 75-cent piece with his face on it.

20. The President, who is concerned about the amount of money spent on court procedures, orders all courts to stop trials by jury for those criminals who have pled guilty.

21. Congress decides to honor Michael Jordan with the title, Sir Michael Jordan, after all his contributions to the game of basketball.

22. Your land is in the middle of a Federal highway. Congress takes your land without compensation.

23. The Vice President dies in office. The President names a Senator from Kentucky as his new Vice President.

24. Mohammed Rashin, who is a citizen of the United States, is denied his right to vote because of recent terrorist acts performed by individuals from the same country as Rashin.

25. Congress decides to change the Constitution to allow the President to be elected one term of six years.

26. Karaj Armitraj, who has been a citizen of the U.S. for six years, is seeking election as a Senator of California.

27. Congress votes to allow the California governor to run for President of the United States.

28. In order to improve voter turnout, the President says that just for the current voting year, any U.S. citizen 16 years or older can vote.

29. The President decides the death penalty is cruel and unusual punishment, so he bans it nationwide.

30. The President decides that he will take over the collection of income tax, and a percentage of that tax will go to his yearly salary.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.04.03 Assignment 100 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred: View the vocabulary words in "Vocabulary Rape" and rewrite the definitions in your own words.

### 03.04.04 Assignment 101 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred One: View the vocabulary words in "Vocabulary Harassment" and rewrite the definitions in your own words.

### 03.04.05 Assignment 102 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 0 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Two: Take the Introduction Harassment Quiz--do the "102A DO FIRST" one in the beginning.

### 03.04.05 Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Assignment 6

 teacher-scored 75 points possible 90 minutes

Complete Unit 03 -- Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Assignment 6 Solving Equations Print out the assignment and complete the questions in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. Alternately, you may type the essay questions and answers into a word processing document, then save the file as an .rtf, and upload that. Questions 1 and 2 will be worth 35 points each. Question 3 will be worth 5 points for a total of 75 points for the assignment. You should complete this assignment after reading Lesson 4.

### 03.04.05.02 Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 10 (Math I)

 teacher-scored 45 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 10
Determining Symmetry Using Rigid Motions

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. You should do it in pencil using transparent paper, folding, or other construction techniques . Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

Questions 1-10 and 13 are worth 3 points each. Questions 11-12 and 14 are worth 4 points each for a total of 45 points for the assignment.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 4.

 teacher-scored 45 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 10
Determining Symmetry Using Rigid Motions

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. You should do it in pencil using transparent paper, folding, or other construction techniques . Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

Questions 1-10 and 13 are worth 3 points each. Questions 11-12 and 14 are worth 4 points each for a total of 45 points for the assignment.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 4.

### 03.04.05.08 Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 8 (Math I)

 teacher-scored 55 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 8
Determining Congruence Using Rigid Motions

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. You should do it in pencil using transparent paper, folding, or other construction techniques . Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

Questions 1-15 are worth 3 points each. Question 16 is worth 10 points for a total of 55 points for the assignment.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 4.

 teacher-scored 55 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 8
Determining Congruence Using Rigid Motions

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. You should do it in pencil using transparent paper, folding, or other construction techniques . Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

Questions 1-15 are worth 3 points each. Question 16 is worth 10 points for a total of 55 points for the assignment.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 4.

### 03.04.06 Assignment 103 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 5 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Three: Have you had any personal experiences regarding sexual harassment? If so, please describe the problem you faced. If not, describe a potential harassment problem you see among your peers.

### 03.04.07 Assignment 104 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 8 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Four: Review the "Harassment" power point 17 to review the above data. Write about something new that you learned--a short paragraph will do.

PUT ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS IN your WORD PROCESSING PROGRAM. You will submit assignments 90 through 104 into the 03.04 Submit 90-104 Unit 6 area. In the grade book, the top identifying # will be 03.04 THIS pattern will continue throughout the course. Put all answers for a unit in the last assignment box of that unit.

### 03.04.07 Sequences and Series -- Assignment 6 (PreCalc)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 60 points possible 40 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Sequences and Series -- Assignment 06
Series

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 4.

### 03.05 Multiplying Polynomials - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 94 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.05 Short responses: Heroes (English 9)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes

David holding up the head of Goliath: Wikimedia Commons, Gustave Doré, public domain

Choose five of the readings for this lesson (or you may use "The Song of Hiawatha" for one) and explain what you think the author of each piece would consider the most important qualities of a hero.

Copy and paste the section between the lines of asterisks into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

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What do you think the author of each piece considers the most important qualities of a hero? What details/evidence from the piece lead you to this conclusion? As always, it is the evidence you find that is the most important part of this assignment.
Your answer for each reading should be in the form of a paragraph, starting with a claim about what the author would consider to be the qualities of a hero, and then quoting or paraphrasing evidence from the text to support your claim.

1. Title of piece:
2. Title of piece:
3. Title of piece:
4. Title of piece:
5. Title of piece:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.05.01 Rate of Change and Slope - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.05.01 Lesson 3E: Demonstrative Adjectives (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.05.01: Demonstrative Adjectives**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 03.05.02

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 30 minutes

This activity corresponds to sections V & VI on your reading guide.  Turn in to me what you have written in those two sections of your guide so far.  Since this is the analysis which will help you most when you write your essay on this novel, you will want to keep adding to this section as you finish reading the novel.

Assessment Rubric:

 Content Complete answers given for each question. /4 Support Answers given show thought and effort and include specific references to the text /4 Clarity Ideas are clear and show understanding of text. /4

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.05.04.01 Euclidean Geometry -- Quiz 11 (Math I)

 computer-scored 25 points possible 20 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Quiz 11
Introduction to Figures

The quiz is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this quiz after you finish reading lesson 5.

 computer-scored 25 points possible 20 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Quiz 11
Introduction to Figures

The quiz is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this quiz after you finish reading lesson 5.

### 03.05.04.02 Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 10 (Math I)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 10
Determining Properties of Polygons Using Rigid Motions

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. You should do it in pencil using transparent paper, folding, or other construction techniques . Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

Each question is worth 5 points for a total of 50 points for the assignment.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 5.

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Euclidean Geometry -- Assignment 10
Determining Properties of Polygons Using Rigid Motions

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. You should do it in pencil using transparent paper, folding, or other construction techniques . Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

Each question is worth 5 points for a total of 50 points for the assignment.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 5.

### 03.05.07 Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Quiz 11

 computer-scored 50 points possible 60 minutes

Complete Unit 03 -- Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Quiz 11 Arithmetic Sequences The quiz is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback. Complete this quiz after you finish reading lesson 5.

### 03.05.08 Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Assignment 8

 teacher-scored 70 points possible 90 minutes

Complete Unit 03 --Solving Problems with Linear Equations -- Assignment 8 Exploring Sequences Print out the attached assignment. Complete this assignment in the space provided, and additional paper as needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. This assignment is worth 70 points. You should complete this assignment after reading Lesson 5.

### 03.06 Checking Account Intro (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

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ASSIGNMENT 03.06 (13E) (Copy everything between the asterisks.)

1) Q: After studying the difference between a Debit card and Credit card, answer the following:
a) Why does a DEBIT card prevent you from going in debt? > ANSWER:
b) If you pay off ALL charges in full before payment is due on a CREDIT card each month, it is like a free loan. How much would you pay in interest (answer not on website)? > ANSWER:
2) Q: Why should you always know the balance of available funds on your DEBIT card? > ANSWER:
3) Q: After reading the web page, why should you NOT use a “debit card” to purchase items online due to potential fraud? > ANSWER:
4) Pick one of the checking accounts in URL #3 OR pick a different bank or credit union YOU choose to answer the following questions:
a) Q: Which did you pick? > ANSWER:
5) Q: (3.6): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.06 Introduction to Computers

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment:(CB3)

Complete the Intel Assignment worksheet. Please type your answers in bold. This worksheet can be used as you take the Computer Basics test. After completing the worksheet, upload the file the (CB3) assignment

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.06 Review Greatest Common Factor and Factor Polynomials with Four Terms – Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 72 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.06 Slope-Intercept Form - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 60 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.06.01 Lesson 3F: Simple Yes/No Questions (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.06.01: Simple Yes/No Questions**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 03.06.02

 teacher-scored 16 points possible 45 minutes

Assessment Rubric:

 Content Each question answered completely and in a way that shows knowledge and understanding of the selection. /4 Support Each answer includes the specific language from the poem to illustrate analysis. /4 Clarity Writing is clear, focused & well organized—didn’t give me any “huh?” moments. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.07 Computer History PowerPoint

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

View the History of Computers PowerPoint as you complete the Computer History Worksheet using a different font color so your answers will stand out. Be sure to read the notes on each slide.

Make sure you keep a copy as you can use these notes for the Computer Basics test. Go to the 03.07 Assignment (CB4) and attach the Computer History Worksheet. This assignment has gray boxes for you to type in. It has been protected and the formatting is restricted. Therefore, you will not be able to change the font color. Anytime a document has these gray boxes for you to put your answers in, it is okay to leave the font how it is.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.07 Factoring Trinomials - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 75 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.07 Writing Functions from Tables - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.08 Extend Polynomial Identities to Complex Numbers – Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 58 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.08 Prove It: Global Warming, Nature of Science (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 90 minutes

Assignment:

03.08 Earth Read the article found at the web site in the URL's and answer the questions below. Use complete sentences to answer the questions.

Climate Change

The website takes you to a NASA produced article on Climate Change.    As you read the materials, look for evidence.   Scientists are overwhelming convinced that climate change is occurring and the vast majority of them agree that climate changes are human caused.

Science is based on evidence.    What is the evidence that is convincing scientists that climate change is occurring?   Your task is to find out.

EVIDENCE

1. List NINE pieces of evidence that climate change is occurring AND write 1-2 sentences for EACH piece of evidence that explains how the evidence indicates the climate is changing.

CAUSE:   Scroll back to the top of the site and click on “Causes”.   (It is next under FACTS and next to “Evidence” along the top.   It is blue and will turn white when you click on it.)

2. Make a diagram showing how the greenhouse effect works.  Do NOT copy and paste a diagram from the Internet.  You need to make your OWN diagram.   You may use the computer to design it or you may draw it by hand and send me a photo.

3. Identify five greenhouse gases.

4. What are some consequences of changing the natural atmospheric greenhouse?   List four.

5. What is the role of human activity in changing the natural atmospheric greenhouse effect?

6. What is the influence of solar irradiation in changing the natural atmospheric greenhouse effect?   Explain three lines of evidence.

EFFECTS:  Scroll back to the top of the site and click on “Effects”.

7. According to the Third National Climate Assessment Report, what are the likely effects of global climate change?    List EIGHT probable effect AND write 1-2 sentences for EACH effect that explains the consequences.

CONSENSUS:  Scroll back to the top of the site and click on “Scientific Consensus”.

8.List 10 agencies that agree that the climate is changing.

9.What percentage of actively publishing climate scientists agree that climate warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities?

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.08.01 Writing Functions from Graphs - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.09 Operations with Complex Numbers - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 90 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.09 Standard Form and Intercepts - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 92 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print each worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.09.01 Lesson 3H: Places (Far and Near) (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.09.01: Places (Far and Near)**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it!

### 03.10 More Interactions (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

Assignment:

Each description should be written in COMPLETE SENTENCES. Do NOT write one or two word answers.

In each description, tell me how the two spheres interact, and write one or two sentences telling about how the interaction changes the atmosphere.

For example, for my description of an interaction between the atmosphere and the biosphere, I could write the following: Animals need oxygen to live. Oxygen is found in the atmosphere. Animals change the atmosphere when they breathe. They breathe in oxygen which removes some oxygen from the atmosphere and they exhale carbon dioxide, which puts some carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere.

Here is the assignment:

1. Describe a way the atmosphere interacts with the hydrosphere.

2. Describe a way the atmosphere interacts with the biosphere. (Do NOT use my animal example.)

3. Describe a way the atmosphere interacts with the geosphere.

NOTE: There are no specific correct answers for this assignment. There is not a place where you can go to find the answers. This assignment requires you to think. Use what you know about the various spheres to answer the questions. When you have completed the assignment, submit it to me.

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.10.01 Point-Slope Form - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 72 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.10.01 Lesson 3I: Regular “ER/IR” Verbs (Present Tense) (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.10.01: Regular “ER/IR” Verbs (Present Tense)**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it!

### 03.11 Effects of Delayed Payments (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 30 minutes

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ASSIGNMENT 03.11 (13E)
(Copy everything between the asterisks.)
1) Q: For minimum payments:
a) What was the number of months? (note: if you did not get 342, all your other answers will be wrong)> ANSWER:
b) What was the interest you will pay? > ANSWER:
2) Q: For doubling the payments:
a) What was the number of months?> ANSWER:
b) What was the interest you will pay? > ANSWER:
3) Q: What was the difference between the minimum payments and when you doubled the minimum payments for each of the following:
a) Difference in the number of months: > ANSWER:
b) Difference in the interest you pay: > ANSWER:
4) Q: If you pay off your credit card in full every month – you NEVER pay any interest on the account. Why would this be one of the most important things to learn in this class? (Answer not on web site): > ANSWER:
5) Q: (03.11): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.11.01 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 68 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 03.11.01 Lesson 3J: Showing Possession (Spanish 1)

 computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.11.01: Showing Possession**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it!

### 03.12.01 Lesson 3K: Rejoinders and Common Expressions … (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 03.12.01: Rejoinders and Common Expressions …**: We're back to this again so find the button: and click on it!

### 04.01 Evaluating Exponential Functions - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 72 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.01 Federalism--State and Local Government Basics (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 40 points possible 50 minutes

State and Local Governments

Use the information from the link “State and Local Government” to answer the following questions:

1. True or False  Most states patterned their constitutions after the U.S. Constitution.
2. Which of the following is typically NOT an elected position in state governments?

a. Governors
b. Secretary of State
c. State Supreme Court Justice
d. Attorney General

3. The four types of local government units are

a.

b.

c.

d.

4. True or False Most laws are determined on a national level, but enforced on the state level.
5. True or False  There are more state and local governmental employees than national government employees.
6. Which if the following is NOT typically a non-partisan government official?

a. Mayor
b. Governor
c. Planning Commissioner
d. School board member

7. True or False  Research consistently shows that there is a definite “power class”, consisting of influential businesspeople, in local politics.
8. True or False Participation in national elections is typically much higher than in local ones, even though local officials typically deal with burning issues affecting every day life including crime, education, protection of the environment, etc..

Now that we have learned some general information about State and Local Governments, we are going to look at Utah and your own local government.  Use the links above and your brain to answer the following questions.

9. Who is the current governor of Utah?
10. What are some of his/her main priorities right now, according to his/her website?
11. What are two other state elected officials in the state executive branch?
12. How many Utah State Supreme Court Justices are there?
13. Where does the Utah State Supreme Court meet?
14. What are the qualifications to be a state legislator (they are the same in the Utah House of Representatives and the Utah Senate)?
15. When does the state legislature meet?
16. Put in your zipcode to find out who your representatives (both representative in the house and the senate) are. Who are they?

17. What county do you live in?
18. Who in your county is in charge of elections?
19. What are at least two elected offices in your county?
20. List two things you discovered you could find on your county website, that you didn’t know were there.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.01 Quadratic Functions - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 112 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed.You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.01.01 Assignment 105 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 4 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Five: Describe your personal values and beliefs relating to marriage.

### 04.01.01 Chemistry Classification(Chemistry2)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 90 minutes

Classy Chemistry Classification
15 points

Use your classification skills that you tuned in unit 2. Make a dichotomous key in your lab notebook of the following list of familiar elements. There is a sample below to help you.

Familiar Elements:

- Helium (Used in welding and party balloons – FUN!)
- Oxygen (O2 is the oxygen we breathe, O3 is ozone – in the atmosphere, protects us froms sun's ultraviolet rays.)
- Aluminum (Many uses including, cans and electrical transmission lines.)
- Copper (Used in electrical wiring and plumbing.)
- Silver (Used in jewelry, photography, and dental applications.)
- Gold (Many monetary systems are based on gold, commonly used in jewelry.)
- Lead (Used in batteries, used to be a common ingredient in paint.)
- Neon (Used in lighgted signs and some lasers.)
- Sodium (Table salt is sodium chloride. Sodium, in compounds has many industrial applications.)
- Mercury (Used some thermometers and electrical switches.)

Distinguishing factors you might consider using are the common state of matter (solid, liquid, gas), metal or non-metal, reactivity, density, melting point, appearance, color, etc.

** “Di” is a prefix that means 2. “Di” refers to the fact that there are 2 choices. If you do not know how to make a dichotomous key, below is a sample of a simple bug key.

Sample Bug Dichotomous Key

The bug has 6 legs . . . . . . . . . . go to #2
The bug has 8 legs . . . . . . . . . . go to #3

#2 The bug is red with black spots . . . .LADY BUG
#2 the bug is green or black . . . . . . go to #4

#3 The bug is larger than 2 inches . . .TARANTULA
#3 The bug is smaller than 2 inches . . go to #5

#4 The bug has large, strong hind legs .GRASSHOPPER
#4 The bug cannot jump . . . . . . . . go to #6

and so on until all bugs are identified.

### 04.01.01 Lesson 4A: Consonant Sounds #1 (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 04.01.01: Consonant Sounds #1**: Just click on the button below!

### 04.01.01 Study Questions - Bureaucracy and the Current Cabinet (Citizenship2)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 30 minutes

President Obama meets with his Cabinet To help you with this assignment, go to the websites above and read the information to help you answer the questions. Copy and paste the following section between the rows of asterisks below into a word-processing document. Complete your work and save a copy for yourself on your computer. Submit your work by pasting it into the assignment submission window. **************************************************************************************************************

Bureaucracy

1. What is bureaucracy?

2. The purpose of the bureaucracy is to carry out public policy. What does that mean?

EOP/White House

3. What is the EOP?

4. When was the EOP created?  Which president created it?

OMB

5. What is the OMB? What do they do?

NSC

6. What is the NSC? When and why was it created?

NEC

7. What is the NEC? When and why was it created?

Cabinet

8. How many members are in the President's cabinet today?

9. What were George Washington's first three Cabinet posts?

10. Why are there so many more Cabinet posts now?

Cabinet

11-25. List the 15 Cabinet Positions, and who currently serves in each position.

Appointments

26. Who selects the heads of the Cabinet departments?

27. Who has to approve the heads of these departments?

28. What five factors does the President use to select the people who work in these departments?

Cabinet Duties

29-30. Name the President's top two cabinet positions (not including the Vice-President). Why are they considered most important?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.01.02

 teacher-scored 8 points possible 20 minutes

Assessment Rubric:

 Content Comprehensive answers given in complete sentences. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.01.02 Assignment 106 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Six: View the "Mate Selection" power point 18. Write a paragraph about this information.

### 04.01.03 Assignment 107 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Seven: There is an increased chance of marriage success when you marry within your own social class:

1. What did Cinderella have in common with the prince?
2. How well would a doctor and a waitress relate to each other?
3. Would a truck driver and a senator have trouble communicating?

### 04.01.03 Study Questions - The Historical Cabinet and Bureaucracy (Citizenship2)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 30 minutes

President Reagan meets with his Cabinet: NARA image, public domain

The links above will help you answer these questions. Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks below into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work and save a copy for yourself. Submit your work by pasting it into the assignment submission window. ****************************************************************************************************************

Historical Cabinet

1. In George Washington's cabinet, what three members were created first?

2. What did these first cabinet appointees argue about?

Government Agencies

3. The government created independent agencies. Why?

4. What is an independent regulatory commission? Give an example.

5. What is a government corporation? Give an example.

6. What is an independent executive agency? Give an example.

7.Which government agency deals with regulations for clean air and water?

Bureaucrats

8. Who are bureaucrats?

9. Which government agency has the largest number of employees? For what department do these employees work?

Power/Bureaucracy

10. Why do we need to have a bureaucracy?

11. What four groups influence the bureaucracy?

12. What can Congress do to influence the bureaucracy?

13. What can the President do to influence the bureaucracy?

14. What can the Courts do to influence the bureaucracy?

Civil Service

15. What is civil service?

16.  In 1883 10% of federal employees were members of the civil service.  What is the percentage today?

Appointments

17. What criteria did President Washington use to appoint members to cabinet positions?

18. However, Thomas Jefferson changed the criteria; how?

Jackson

19. Andrew Jackson added more people to government positions than all the presidents before him combined; why?

20. What did Jackson call his system?

1881

21. That all changed in 1881 when what happened to President Garfield? Why?

Pendleton Act

22. In 1883 the Congress created the Pendleton Act. What is that?

OPM

23. What is the OPM? What does it do?

Hatch Act

24. Definition: What is the Hatch Act that was passed in 1939?

25. Amendment: The government waited until 1993 to remedy the Hatch Act by doing what?

Injunction

26. What is an injunction?

Iron Triangle Iron Triangle: (image from Wikimedia Commons, public domain)

27-28. What is the iron triangle? Using the websites in 04.1 and this chart, explain in paragraph form in your own words: What is the iron triangle and how does it work?

Red Tape

29. What is red tape? Why is that associated with the bureaucracy?

30. From the chart below (or on the BLS website): What cabinet or agency of the bureaucracy probably affects you the most? Explain your answer. [Note that the numbers are in thousands; that is, "100" means 100,000.]

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.01.04 Assignment 108 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 10 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Eight: Give yourself this test: If there isn’t anyone special in your life, then state what you think would be ideal for you.

1. Does this person make you a better person?
2. Would you rather be with this person than with anyone else in the world?
3. Could you spend the rest of your life with him/her?
4. Could you spend the rest of your life without him/her?

### 04.01.05 Assignment 109 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Nine: View the document entitled "Pretend Marriage" and do the exercise.

### 04.01.06 Assignment 110 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Ten: Do the "Choosing a Mate" worksheet and answer the questions.

### 04.01.07 Assignment 111 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Eleven: Do the "Get to Know Your Future Mate" worksheet.

### 04.01.07 Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 1 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 45 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 Assignment 1
Properties of Functions and Their Graphs

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment, as well as get immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after you finish reading lesson 1.

### 04.01.08 Assignment 112 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twelve: List three ideas from the article “Get to Know Your Future Mate” that you think were important.

### 04.01.09 Assignment 113 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirteen: Read the article "Impact of Money Management" using the link below and then answer the questions listed in the attached document listed above.

### 04.01.10 Assignment 114 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Fourteen: Consider the data in the "Should a Couple Combine Their Finances" article and write about what you thought about it--a paragraph is sufficient.

### 04.01.11 Assignment 115 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Fifteen: Read the article and write a paragraph about "How to Manage Finances As a Couple."

### 04.01.12 Assignment 116 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Sixteen: Write a minimum of three paragraphs about "Qualities I am Taking to a Marriage," identifying the qualities you have to offer in a future marriage and undeveloped qualities you want to take to a future marriage. State how these qualities will help the marriage, and how you can develop some of the qualities you want to have.

### 04.02 Ancient India/China Reading Challenge (WorldCiv1)

 teacher-scored 22 points possible 20 minutes

Directions: Copy and paste the questions in this assignment between the two rows of asterisks below into a word processor. Respond to each item using the "Required Readings" for Chapter 4. Title your assignment: "Ancient India/China Reading Challenge: 4.2." When you have finished, edit and submit your assignment to your instructor via the submission form in Topic 3 on the front page of the course.

You will receive 2 points for every correct answer. Partial credit can be awarded.

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Required Reading: Ancient India:Clay tablets from the Indus Valley Civilization, before 1700 BC, northwest India: Wikimedia Commons, Vadivel, CC Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

1. Name the first two major cities of the Indus Valley including the years they are believed to have developed and some of the accomplishments of their citizens:

2. How and around what period of time did the Indus Valley culture end?

3. Briefly discuss the coming of the Aryans: where they came from, whom they conquered, and their main source of food:

4. How were the villages organized? How was wealth measured in the Aryan society?

5. Briefly explain the caste system (if you need more information, double click on the word “caste” anywhere in the reading.):

6. Briefly describe the religious practices of the Brahmans including religious writings and scriptures:

7. Describe the situation surrounding Alexander the Great and India:

Required Reading: Ancient China: Clay water jar from Yangshao culture, ca. 5000-3000 BC, Shaanxi Province, China: Wikimedia Commons, Editor at Large, CC-BY-SA-2.5

8. Relate the history of early writing in China between 1500 B.C. through 100 B.C.:

9. List a few difference in lifestyle between the Yangshao civilizations and the Longshan people:

10. What is Legalism?

11. Briefly compare and contrast the first Chinese dynasties that developed between the years 2100 B.C. and 221 B.C. (include the Xia Dynasty through the Han dynasty):

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02 Identifying Exponential Functions - Worksheets (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 37 points possible 30 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02 Levels of Government: Who to call for help? (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 40 points possible 40 minutes

In this activity, we will look at the role of state and local government in your life.

Using the internet or an ”old-school” phone book, complete the chart below showing who (and even what number) you would call for each of the following things:

 What you need: What level of Government? Phone Number (Choose one) 1. To set up garbage collection for your new house City       County        State 2. To find a library close your home City       County        State 3. To find the nearest immunization clinic City       County        State 4. To get a driver's license City       County        State 5. To report that a street light in front of your house is out City       County        State 6. To get a business license for your new company City       County        State 7. To report a missing pet City       County        State 8. To get help with a question about your property taxes City       County        State 9. To report to snow removal that your neighborhood street hasn't been plowed after a storm

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02 Periodic Table 101(Chemistry2)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 45 minutes

DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY

Overview: Now that you have made a classification table with only ten elements, imagine trying to keep the 112 naturally occurring elements straight on one page and having that one page tell several pieces of information about each element. The king of chemical classification is Dimitri Mendeleev. Mendeleev organized the 63 elements that had been identified by 1869 onto a simple chart, forming the basis for the modern periodic table.

Duration: This activity should take approximately 45 minutes.

Materials: Periodic Table

This assignment is worth: 10 points

INSTRUCTIONS

1) Copy all information below between the lines of asterisks including the lesson number, revision date, and all questions into a word document. IMPORTANT: All answers must be in bold (or UPPER CASE if you can't get bold to work) to receive full credit

2) VISIT the URL #1, #2, 3, and #4 for assignment 04.2.1

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ASSIGNMENT 04.1 - REVISION DATE: 4/12/10 (Copy everything between the asterisks.)

1) Q: Write 1 paragraph about how Mendeleev created the periodic table.

2) Q: ATOMIC NUMBER = THE NUMBER OF ___________________.

3) Q: ATOMIC WEIGHT = THE NUMBER OF PROTONS + THE NUMBER OF ___________.

4) Q: If Aluminum has an atomic weight of 27 and an atomic number of 13, how many neutrons does Aluminum contain?

5) Q: If Francium has an atomic weight of 223 and contains 137 neutrons, what is Francium’s atomic number?

6 - 9: Use the periodic table to identify the given atoms.

6)

7)

8)

9)

10) Q: How many protons, neutrons, and electrons does chlorine have?

11) Q: Describe in one sentence why each element is different from each other.

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### 04.02 Study Questions - Federal Courts (Citizenship2)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 35 minutes

View the Supreme Court presentation, from the American Government section of the HippoCampus website, to help you with these questions. Copy and paste the section between the rows of asterisks below into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work and save a copy for yourself. Submit your work by pasting it into the assignment submission window. *****************************************************************************************************************

Constitution

1. What Article in the Constitution created the Federal Court?

Jurisdiction

2. What does jurisdiction mean?

Federal Judges

3. What are the qualifications to become a federal judge?

Types of Laws

4. How is tort (civil) law different from criminal law?

5. Which (civil or criminal) is used the most in our justice system? Why?

Original Jurisdiction

6. What is original jurisdiction?

Appelate Jurisdiction

7. What is appellate jurisdiction?

Civil Law/Criminal Law

8. How is a civil case initiated (who starts the process, and why)? How is a criminal case initiated?

Defendant

9. What is a defendant?

10. Roe v. Wade is probably the most controversial Supreme Court case in history - When? Who? Why? What happened? Explain in your own words.

Judicial Review

11. What is judicial review?

Strict vs Loose

12. Judges are either strict or loose constructionists when they interpret the Constitution. What does that mean?

Mandamus

13. What is a writ of mandamus?

Courts

14. What is the highest court in the land? Where is it located? Can any other court be higher than it?

15. The Federal Court System has 13 Courts of Appeals. What do they do, and where is the nearest one to you?

16. There are approximately 94-96 Federal District Courts. What do they do? Where is the nearest one to you?

Judges

17. Who appoints federal judges? How long do they serve?

18. How do you get rid of a bad federal judge?

19. What are the five/six criteria that are used to pick federal judges?

Courtesy

20. What is senatorial courtesy?

Nominees

21. Who also have to approve federal or Supreme Court justices?

Supreme Court

22. How many justices sit on the Supreme Court? Were there always that number? Why?

23. Who is the current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?

24. How many members of the Supreme Court have to decide to take a case, and why would they take that case?

Stare decisis

25. What are "precedent" and "stare decisis"? What do judicial activism and judicial restraint, as used by the Federal Court system, mean?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02 Transformations of Parent Quadratic Functions - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 66 points possible 45 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02 Types of Insurance (Financial literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

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ASSIGNMENT 04.02 (13E)

1) Q: Visit this site http://www.about-disability-insurance.com/. According to this url, what is your most important asset and how does disability insurance protect it?   ANSWER:

2) Q: The website says homeowners insurance covers the home and its belongings. What does renters insurance cover?> ANSWER:

3) Q: People can reduce risk by purchasing insurance, but there are other ways to reduce risk, like obeying the law, locking cars and houses, etc. List one other way YOU might reduce risk in addition to purchasing insurance? (answer not on web page)>ANSWER:

4) Q: The risk of losing your cell phone is greater than the risk of your house burning down. Why then, is it better to insure your home than your cell phone despite the increased likelihood of losing a phone? > ANSWER:

5) Q: What are the four common types of insurance listed in URL #1?

6) Q: (4.2): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER:

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Bolding Instructions: There are at least two ways to make answers bold: ONE: Paste questions AND answers into answer box then, before saving, notice commands INSIDE the answer box at the top. You will see “B” (for bold) next to I (for italics), U (for underline) etc. There is even a letter “T” on the second row that lets you change the color of the answer. You may use the “B” (bold), “U” (underline) or change the color of the answer you hi-light to receive full credit. OR SECOND: Paste questions into the submission box BEFORE inputting answers. Then push “Ctrl B” button (Control key + B) before you enter your answer. This places everything you type thereafter in bold. Also, upper case is accepted though not preferred.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02.01

 teacher-scored 12 points possible 45 minutes

Assessment Rubric:

 Content Shows the required analysis. /4 Clarity Conclusions are clear and writing is focused and well organized. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02.01 Assignment 117 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 30 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Seventeen: View the "Engagement and Honeymoon" PowerPoint 19 and write a paragraph about the following case study. State what your opinion of their situation is.

### 04.02.01 Comparing Population Pyramid Shapes(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 40 points possible 60 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS 04.02.01 Population Pyramid Shapes

Content Objective: Examine population pyramids and interpret how different countries are impacted by it.

Assignment: Answer the following questions about the three graphs (Italy, Ethiopia and US) above:

1. Based on their population pyramid should Ethiopia be more concerned with improving education for youth or improving retirement benefits for the elderly?

2. Based on their population pyramid should Italy should be more concerned about improving education for youth or improving retirement benefits for the elderly?

3. In the US health care is an important political issue. Which group do you think would cost the most in health care expenses: teenagers, 20-30 year olds or people over 50?

4. Throughout history there have been major events that have suddenly changed the shape of a country’s population pyramid. This can have a drastic impact on the country. For example, many countries in Sub-Saharan African have lost large portions of their adult population with the AIDS epidemic. What is another event that could drastically change a country’s population pyramid?

5. Is the Ethiopian population growing, staying the same or decreasing?

6. Is the Italian population growing, staying the same or decreasing?

7. Is the US population growing, staying the same or decreasing?

8. Do men or women live longer in the US? How can you tell?

9. What are some complications with having a high youth population and a low adult population?

10. What are some complications with having a high adult population and a low youth population?

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02.01 Exploring the Periodic Table(Chemistry2)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 45 minutes

DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY

Overview: The Periodic Table is arranged according to the Periodic Law. The Periodic Law states that when elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number, their physical and chemical properties show a periodic pattern. Students can discover these patterns by examining the changes in properties of elements on the Periodic Table.

Duration: This activity should take approximately 45 minutes.

Materials: Periodic Table

This assignment is worth: 15 points

INSTRUCTIONS

1) Copy all information below between the lines of asterisks including the lesson number, revision date, and all questions into a word document. IMPORTANT: All answers must be in bold (or UPPER CASE if you can't get bold to work) to receive full credit

2) VISIT the URL #1 for assignment 04.2.1

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ASSIGNMENT 04.2.1 - REVISION DATE: 4/12/10 (Copy everything between the asterisks.)
1) Q: Looking critically at the information given for each element, is Sodium (Na) more like Potassium (K) or Magnesium (Mg)? Explain why you chose your answer?

2) Q: Is Neon (Ne) more like Flourine (F) or Helium (He)? Explain why you chose your answer?

3) Q: Is Oxygen (O) more like Flourine (F) or Sulfur (S)? Explain why you chose your answer?

4) Q: What pattern do you notice from questions 1-3 with respect to rows and columns?

5) Q: Write a short paragraph about distinguishing characteristics of the alkali metal family.

6) Q: Write a short paragraph about distinguishing characteristics of the noble gas family.

7) Q: Choose a column of elements besides the alkali metal family and the noble gas family that is interesting to you. Write a short paragraph about the characteristics of this family. ANSWER:

8) Q: The number of electrons an element has in its outer energy level are important to know. The periodic table tells us how many electrons are in the outside energy level. Look at the information sheets of various elements with respect to the number of electrons in the outside energy level. Look at the number of outside energy level electrons for the first 20 or 30 elements.

a. Do you see any patterns?

b. If you do not see an overall pattern, do you see patterns in parts of the periodic table?

c. Do you see patterns in relations to metals, and nonmetals?

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### 04.02.01 Lesson 4B: Articles of Clothing (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 04.02.01: Articles of Clothing**: Just click on the button below!

### 04.02.02 Assignment 118 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Eighteen: Answer the following questions about the CASE STUDY of Becky and Joe:

1. Would it have helped if Joe had known this about Becky before they were
married?

2. How could this problem have been identified then?

3. What could have been done before marriage about the problem?

### 04.02.02 Population Pyramid Essay(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 90 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS 04.02.01 Population Pyramid Shapes Part B

Content Objective: Examine population pyramids and interpret how a European country is impacted by it.

Use the links for European Population Pyramids from 1991, 2001 and 2011. You will be writing a 1 page 300 word essay about the population of a specific European country. You will pick one country and look at how it changed between 1991, 2001 and 2011. Then you will write your essay and discusses how the population changes in that country will impact Place, Human/Environment Interaction, and Movement. Answer the questions in each theme below in your essay:

Place: Because of the population changes what are 3 changes that might be occurring in this country. For example, a large increase in children would mean a need for more teachers and schools.  Other areas you might consider (Education, Health Care, Jobs, Housing)

Human/Environment Interaction: How will the population changes in this country impact the environment? Will there be more or less pollution? Will farmland be taken up by houses? Will there need to be more food grown?

Movement: There are many causes of population control. Besides births and deaths, immigration is a large factor. How might immigration be impacting your country? Are people moving in or moving away? What are some positive and negative consequences of immigration?

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.02.03 Assignment 119 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Nineteen: Write a list of at least ten marital goals and objectives that you want for yourself.

### 04.02.04 Assignment 120 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 8 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty: Write what you think the purpose of the engagement period is.

### 04.02.05 Assignment 121 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 4 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-one: What do you think the purposes of the honeymoon are?

### 04.02.06 Assignment 122 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-two: Respond to the following:

1. My feelings about money are. . .
2. What I think about paying for weddings. . .
3. Amount of time spent on after-marriage planning. . .
4. Are weddings worth the money spent?
5. State an amount you think you would be willing to pay for a wedding--I’d recommend that you interview a number of people as to what they spent, or go online to wedding planning websites to get an idea. (This part of the assignment will take the most time--you do need to make an accurate statement of what acceptable wedding costs are at this time.)

### 04.02.07 Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 2 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 45 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 2
Properties of Functions and Their Graphs

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment, as well as get immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after you finish reading lesson 2.

### 04.02.07.01 - Transformations -- Assignment 1 (Geometry)

 computer-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Transformations -- Assignment 1
Transformation Basics

This assignment is found under topic 3 on the course website. The assignment is computer graded. This should make it easier to do and will provide immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after you finish reading lesson 2.

### 04.02.07.01 Analytical Geometry -- Assignment 13 (Math I)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Analytical Geometry -- Assignment 13
The Pythagorean Theorem

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window.

This assignment is worth 30 points.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 2.

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Analytical Geometry -- Assignment 13
The Pythagorean Theorem

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window.

This assignment is worth 30 points.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 2.

### 04.02.07.02 - Transformations -- Assignment 2 (Geometry)

 computer-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Transformations -- Assignment 2
Identifying Transformations

This assignment is found under topic 3 on the course website. The assignment is computer graded. This should make it easier to do and will provide immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after you finish reading lesson 2.

### 04.03 Federalism Conflicts (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 50 minutes

Watch the video segment, “Constitutional Battleground State”. Copy from **** to ***, paste in a document, and then answer the following questions with a short paragraph (at least 3-5 sentences) each.

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1.  What is the issue concerning medical marijuana?

2. How could the man interviewed in this segment be “deserving of the death penalty”?  Do you think that he is or isn’t guilty?  Why?

3. How do you think that the Attorney General of California and the federal government should handle this issue?

4. Brainstorm three other issues where there might be a conflict between state and federal government.  List them here:

a.

b.

c.

5.  Now choose one of the issues you listed for number four, and give your opinion on how it should be handled. Write at least a paragraph (4-5 sentences) and explain what the issue is, which level of government you think should be in charge and why, and any ideas you have concerning the regulation of that issue (if you have any).

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.03 India and China Culture Comparison Chart Assignment(WorldCiv1)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 35 minutes

Culture Comparison

Edit and submit it to your instructor via Topic 3 on the front page of the course, or by clicking next to the submission page.
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1. Item: Religion

My culture: What beliefs do I have or are commonly prevalent in my society? How do they influence the way we live?

Ancient India:

Ancient China:

2. Item: Politics/Government

My culture: What type of government does my country have? How are rules made for this society?

Ancient India:

Ancient China:

3. Item: Lifestyle:

My culture: What is the standard of living for the average person in my society? What is my standard of living? (Don't be afraid to look up what standard of living means.) What is the typical daily life of people in my culture? What is my typical daily life?

Ancient India:

Ancient China:

4. Item: Occupations

My culture: How do people make their living? Which areas have the most economic activity?

Ancient India:

Ancient China:

My culture: What traditions have been passed from one generation to the next? What are the customs of society? Do you have any traditions that have been passed down?

Ancient India:

Ancient China:

6. Choose one of the following works: Tao Te Ching, The Bhagavad Gita, The Upanishads, The Vedas.

Read a small section of this work, and document what section it is. Express what you think it might mean. Does it sound like anything you have read before? Would it be a document that you would be interested in reading all of it? Why or why not?

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.03 Insurance Terms and Conditions (Financial Lliteracy)

 computer-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

You will now complete a 10-question online quiz. You MUST score at least 8 to receive credit for the assignment but don't worry if you don't get at least 8 the first time since you can retake the quiz as many times as you need. Only your last quiz attempt counts. You may continue to increase your score if you want (7 or less = try again, 8 = B, 9 or 10 = A).

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.03.01 Graphing Exponential Functions - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 60 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.03.01 Assignment 123 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-three: Watch the Marital Roles PowerPoint 20. It will talk about the Jacobsen Marital Roles Scale, open that document, shown above in orange and complete it. Tell me what your score was.

### 04.03.01 Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty Questions(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 60 points possible 60 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS 04.03.01 Two Great Monuments

Content Objective: Expore the relationship between the US and France and how national monuments are used to represent cultural ideals.

Construction of the base of the Eiffel Tower, 1900: public domain Assignment: Answer the following questions in your own words. Use complete sentences.

1. What color is the Eiffel Tower?

2. Where is the Eiffel Tower?

3. How tall is the Tower?

4. Who owns the Tower?

5. Can you climb to the top?

6. Summarize in your own words the history of the Tower (2-3 sentences).

7. Does the Tower sway in the wind?

8. Did/do the French have a picture of the Tower on their currency (money)?

9. How long is the line to the Tower during the busy seasons?

10. The Statue of Liberty was a gift from whom?

11. Who was the model for the Statue?

12. How many crates were used to ship the Statue to the U.S.?

13. What was the date of the Statue's dedication?

14. Why was the Statue closed to the public for two years?

15. What does the poem on the base of the Statue say?

16. In 1986, the Statue turned how old?

17. Why was the U.S. given the Statue?

18. Who built the pedestal?

19. Name two things the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty have in common.

20. After you have answered the questions above, send me a "postcard" pretending you have just visited the Eiffel Tower.  My email is in the teacher-contact information.  If you can't get the link to work, you can create your own postcard and email it to me or submit it with the assignment.

Go to the Postcard link below.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.03.01 Lesson 4C: Colors (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 04.03.01: Colors**: Just click on the button below!

### 04.03.02 Assignment 124 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-four: Open the "Roles in a Relationship" document record your answers to each number in the following manner.

ROLES IN A RELATIONSHIP

If you think the job should be completed by a woman, write SHE beside the #. If you think the job should be completed by a man, write HE. If you think the job should be shared by both, write THEY. Write the # only, then put the appropriate answer beside it. Disregard the instructions shown on the form.

### 04.03.03 Assignment 125 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 10 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-five: Consider the couples discussed in “Roles in a Relationship.” Answer the following questions:

1. Do you think these couples could have happy marriages?

2. Do you see any advantages or disadvantages in these two marriages?

### 04.03.03 Berlin Wall Questions(Geo4Life1)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 60 minutes

ASSIGNMENTS 04.03.03 The Berlin Wall

Content Objective: Examine the political and economic consequences of the Berlin Wall.

Introduction: The Berlin Wall was constructed during one night in 1961 while most Berliners slept. By the next morning, the work was done and the border to West Germany was closed. The barbed wire was up and the citizens were locked in as prisoners to their own country. The Berlin Wall was built during this era of the Cold War to divide East and West Berlin. It was about 26 miles long and ranged from 12 to 15 feet high. On November 9, 1989, the Wall was torn down, and people celebrated their new freedom. Why was the Wall constructed, and why was it torn down? You are going to go on an Internet scavenger hunt to find the answer to these and many other questions concerning the Wall. Use the links below to answer the following questions: The double row of bricks marks where the Berlin Wall used to stand: Wikimedia Commons, Anah, CC Attribution 2.0 Generic Answer the following questions in complete sentences.

1. When and how was the Berlin Wall built?

2. Why was it built?

3. Who built the Wall?

4. What was it made of?

5. What did it symbolize then and now?

6. Why was it torn down?

7. What did people spray on the walls? (Be more specific than "graffiti")

8. Why did the East side not permit people to approach the wall?

9. Do some people still want the wall to remain standing? Why?

10. How has life changed since reunification?

11. Was the economy like on each side?

12. Who were the leaders of the Soviet Union and the United States at the time the wall came down?

13. How many people were able to escape?

14. Describe one story of an escape.

15. What happened to those who tried to escape and were caught?

16. What were different methods used to escape?

17. Describe one thing you found interesting during this time (2-3 sentences).

Answer all of the questions correctly in your own words. Use complete sentences.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.03.04 - 1-D Problems (Physics)

 teacher-scored 45 points possible 60 minutes

You should only attempt this assignment after you finish reading this unit (Newton's Three Laws of Motion) in Topic 2.

Newton's Laws: 1-D Problems

This is also like a math assignment, but I want you to go through the steps of solving a Newton's Law problem. This means you need to do it on paper. Then you need to either snail mail the pages to me, or scan them in, and send me the electronic file. I prefer .pdf or .jpg.

Instructions:

For each problem, you need to apply each of the eight steps listed in the text. On your paper, clearly identify which step you are doing. This should look just like the examples in the text.

Problem #1:
A student is balancing on a platform set on a spring. The spring has a spring constant of 8100 N/m, and it is compressed a distance of 7.2 cm (0.072 m). The platform has a mass of 5.0 kg. What is the normal force of the platform on the student?

Problem #2:
A bucket is hanging from a tree limb. The bucket is filled with cherries. If the tension on the rope is 64 N, and the bucket has a mass of 1.2 kg, what is the mass of the cherries? (Treat all the cherries as if they were one object. Then you have two objects, the bucket and the cherries.)

Problem #3:
A 6.0 kg brick is attached to the end of a spring. The spring is bouncing up and down. If the spring constant is 4300 N/m, at what value of Δx will the brick have a downwards acceleration of 7.1 m/s2?

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Each problem is worth 15 points. The points will be allocated according to the steps in the table below:

 Step Point Value Draw a Picture 1 point Draw and Label the Forces 3 points Choose a Coordinate System 1 point Apply Newton's Second Law 3 points Substitute Known Forces 2 points Solve the Algebra 3 points Plug in Numbers 1 points Answer the Question 1 point

You need to do this assignment on paper. Then you need to either snail mail the pages to me, or scan them in, and send me the electronic file. I prefer .pdf or .jpg.

### 04.03.04 Assignment 126 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-six: Answer the following questions:

1. Do you think roles and responsibilities are divided equally in today's marriages?

2. Do you think a wife should be able to work if she wants to?

3. What might happen in a marriage between an extremely egalitarian female and an extremely traditional male?

4. What happens to family roles when a traditional wife begins to work full-time?

5. What might happen in a marriage where the opposite is true?

6. What marital roles do you see in the marriages of your family and friends?

7. Do you think they see their marriage in the same way you do, or do they sometimes have a distorted view?

8. What is the style you grew up with?

9. What activities and chores does your mother do?

10. Which activities and chores does your father do?

11. Is this the way you want to have your marriage run? If so, why, or if not, why not?

### 04.03.04.01 Analytical Geometry -- Assignment 14 (Math I)

 teacher-scored 40 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Analytical Geometry -- Assignment 14
Rectangles on the Cartesian Grid

Print out the attached assignment and complete it in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window.

This assignment is worth 40 points.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 3.

 teacher-scored 40 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 -- Analytical Geometry -- Assignment 14
Rectangles on the Cartesian Grid

Print out the attached assignment and complete it in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawing so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window.

This assignment is worth 40 points.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 3.

### 04.03.05 - Review Units 03 & 04 (Physics)

 both teacher- and computer-scored 45 points possible 45 minutes

Complete

Unit 03 & 04 Review

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment and provides immediate feedback.

You should only attempt this assignment after studying Unit 03 and Unit 04.

### 04.03.05 Assignment 127 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-seven:

1. Review the history of Gender Roles in America. It is a concise article from Yale Teacher’s Institute and it is found at the link below.

2. See the attachment, A DAY IN THE LIFE, and then write a paragraph about what you thought about it.

### 04.03.05 Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 3 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 45 points possible 30 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 3

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment, as well as get immediate feedback.

You should complete this assignment after reading Lesson 3.

### 04.03.06 Assignment 128 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Twenty-eight:

A. Read “The Good Wife’s Guide” taken from 1950’s magazine. How do you feel about the advice?

### 04.03.08 Assignment 130 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 35 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty: Read the “When Two Careers Plus Children Equals Stress” handout and write two paragraphs about it.

You will submit assignments 105 through 130 in the 04.03.01 Submit 105.130 Unit 7

### 04.03.09 Assignment 131 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

UNIT EIGHT is assignments 131 - 154. Units 131 to 154 are to be pasted into the 04.03.02 Submit 131-154 Unit 8 area listed on the front of the class.

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-one: Watch one of these video clips or listen to or read words to “Put Another Log on the Fire” by Shel Silverstein and then discuss which type of marriage the writer represented, and the results of that marriage. This represents an extreme view of the traditional marriage.

### 04.03.10 Assignment 132 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-two: Write several paragraphs about the data that you read from the links below:

It appears that many traditional chores related to family and home traditionally get delegated to the female, and can be a source of much frustration and depression. According to current studies, men need to be more helpful.

The links below have some excellent articles about how this can occur.

### 04.03.11 Assignment 133 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-three:

Some movies have illustrated attempts of males to incorporate more help around the house. Go on line and look up the video clips OR just the write ups will suffice from “Mr. Mom” or “Daddy Daycare”. You will be able to find a brief synopsis of what those two movies are about. Read the data, then write several paragraphs about your impressions.

### 04.03.12 Assignment 134 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 15 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-four: Talk about the roles that are played out by your parents.

### 04.03.13 Assignment 135 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 6 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-five: What are some other ways that Men and women are different?

### 04.03.14 Assignment 136 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 35 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-six: Watch the Video Clip of “Gender Roles” from You Tube using the link below. Then, write a paragraph about what you saw.

### 04.03.15 Assignment 137 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-seven: Watch Video Clip of “Tale of Two Brains” from You Tube with the link below. Describe this clip--what was of interest to you?

### 04.03.16 Assignment 138 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 40 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-eight: View the "Men are from Mars" PowerPoint 21 and answer the following questions.

1. What Do You Think?

2. Describe how men and women are different in the way they think, according to James Dobson in “What Wives Wish Their Husbands knew”.

3. Men think and deal with things this way.

4. How does a woman deal with her life and thoughts?

5. How does understanding this help a relationship?

6. Men’s Needs are generally more ______________ than ___________________. When these primary needs are met what happens?

7. Women’s needs are more often ________________. Example:_____________________

8. What happens when this need is met first?

9. What happens when the cycle breaks down?

10. How can the cycle be reversed?

11. What are the three important things to remember about meeting each others needs?
a.

b.

c.

### 04.03.17 Assignment 139 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 35 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Thirty-nine: Watch the "Personal Needs and Expectations" PowerPoint 22 and write a paragraph about your opinion of it.

### 04.03.18 Assignment 140 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 5 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty: What type of role do you think would be ideal for you in the future with your future mate?

### 04.03.19 Assignment 141 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 3 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-one: Have you witnessed a marriage where you like the way they have chosen to carry out their "roles"?

### 04.03.20 Assignment 142 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 35 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-two: View the "Marriage Bugs" PowerPoint 23AA, 23AB, 23ABC and comment on it--one paragraph is sufficient.

### 04.03.21 Assignment 143 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 35 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-three: Open the "Sexual Adjustments in Marriage" document and answer the questions.

### 04.03.22 Assignment 144 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-four: To achieve economic security, each family needs to work out the answers to the following questions:
1. What will you spend your money on?
2. What do you really need?
3. Are you so busy trying to achieve economic security, that you have lost sight of what it is?

### 04.03.23 Assignment 145 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-five: Review the "Suze Orman Couples Guide" and write about the top five points that you thought were good.

### 04.03.24 Assignment 146 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-six:
1. Think about your financial goals, and how you plan to reach them.
2. What do you want your financial picture to look like in one year? Five years? Ten years?
3. Do you want to buy a car, buy a house, start a family or pay off student loans?
4. What do you need to change to reach your goals?

### 04.03.25 Assignment 147 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-seven: Open the "Tips for Managing Your Finances" article and write a paragraph about your opinion of the article.

### 04.03.26 Assignment 148 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-eight: Answer the questions in the "Dual Income Questions."

### 04.03.27 Assignment 149 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Forty-nine: Watch the "Dual Income" PowerPoint for a review and record the top five points that were given in the PowerPoint.

### 04.03.28 Assignment 150 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Fifty: In your opinion, what are the greatest three problems that couples have with the Dual Income issue?

### 04.03.29 Assignment 151 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Fifty-one: View the "Sexual Adjustment in Marriage" PowerPoint 25 and write a long paragraph about it. Do you think it makes sense?

### 04.03.30 Assignment 152 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Fifty-two: Read the "In-law Discussion" material shown in the curriculum lesson material and state three questions that you asked when interviewing couples about their "in-Laws". Do be sure to include the answers they gave to your questions.

### 04.03.31 Assignment 153 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 5 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Fifty-three: Pick a statement from the above information that you think would be hard to do.

### 04.03.32 Assignment 154 (Adult Roles)

 teacher-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

Assignment One Hundred Fifty-four: Write one paragraph about the "In-Laws" PowerPoint 26.

Submit assignments 131 through 154 in the Submission Box that requests 131-154.

### 04.04 Financing State and Local Governments (Citizenship)

 teacher-scored 100 points possible 60 minutes

Use the links “Financing State and Local Governments” to answer questions 1-8.

1. The single biggest expense in local government is ____________ .
2. According to the website, other major expenses include public welfare, health care, police and fire protection, interest on debt, utilities       and ______________ .
3. Sales taxes are the most important source of money for states.  Many states, however, exclude _________ from this tax.  Utah does           not, but charges a lower rate.

a. medical care
b. recreational activities
c. alcohol
d. food

4. State taxes are typically progressive.  What is a progressive tax? (note: Utah actually has a flat tax rate now, meaning all Utahns pay a       5% of their income)
5. Using a different link above, what is a regressive tax?
6. What are two examples of regressive taxes?
7. ________________ taxes are the chief source of income for local government.
8. Which of the following is NOT another source of income for state and local governments?

a. inheritance and estate taxes
b. federal grants
d. lotteries
e. none of these

Use the “Federalism” video to answer the following the questions.  If you don’t feel like you totally understand federalism yet (or if you want to make sure that you understand the jokes), watch the whole thing.  If you just want to answer the questions below, watch from 3:37 to 7:08.

9. How does the federal government encourage states to follow their agendas and goals without forcing them to do it?
10. What is a grant-in-aid?
11. What is the difference between a formula grand and a project grant?
12. What are block grants?
13. What are some examples of federal mandates (whether funded or unfunded)?

Lastly, many local governments opt for the use of bonds to fund local projects like building new schools, or updating schools, etc.  Simply put, a bond is much like a personal home loan, and is a way for government entities, such as school districts, to borrow money for large projects and repay them with future tax proceeds. An individual generally approaches a financial institution for a mortgage because they don't have the means to pay for their home with one large initial payment. Many local governments or school districts don’t have the ability to pay for large projects either, so it approaches voters asking them to consider a proposed bond by holding what is known as a "bond election."   Voters choose whether or not the bond passes.   Voters pay small increases in property taxes to cover the bond.  Local governments use the bonds for projects, not salaries.

Planning Your Own Community—Local Government in Action

The council members of Weebeebuilding Town have recently acquired a large plot of land. The members of the council would like your assistance in creating a new town on this land. The council will provide funding for 20 buildings in the first year, but it is important that you make wise choices about which buildings should be constructed.  Once you have settled on specific sorts of buildings, you will need to draw up plans in the form of a map.  Below are some issues you may need to consider as you zone or plan the development of your community.

What types of buildings are needed? (i.e. Commercial, residential, industrial, municipal)

Where will people be employed?  If they are commuting to another city, how will they get there?

Are there some buildings you could combine?  (i.e. a gas station and a video store?)

Are the locations of the buildings logical? (i.e. Should I put a gas station in the middle of a residential neighborhood?  Should the firing range be next to the elementary school?)

Draw or sketch a projected layout/map of your community and scan the file and send it in with your project.  You can also take a picture with your phone and email it in if you don’t have access to a scanner.

• You should have at least 20 buildings
• Zoned land for other uses (land to be developed later…you can show what you have zoned it to be for the future)

1. Which buildings should be built in each phase (about 3 phases to complete the town)? Which buildings must be built first?
2. Using the information you learned in this lesson, how will you finance your different phases of development?
3. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your community plan?

When you are finished with this assignment, you will turn in these 16 questions and your map file.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 1 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.04 Climate, Weather, and Currents (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 120 minutes

Assignment:

Read the information on the web sites and answer the questions. Use complete sentences to answer all the questions.

About Climate and Weather  Go to "Climate Concepts".  (See URL above.)

1. What is weather?

2. What is the weather right now where you live?

3. What is climate?

4. Describe the climate where you live.

The sun’s rays hit the equator directly. The sun’s rays hit the polar regions at an angle. Therefore, the equator receives a much larger amount and intensity of solar radiation than the Polar Regions do. As a result, the equator is much hotter than the North and South Pole. That makes sense, doesn’t it?

Well, if the equator is hotter than the poles, then the air over the equator will be warmed more than the air over the poles, right? Right. So, we know that warm air rises. When the warm air at the equator rises, then something must take its place. Cooler air from the poles moves in. The cooler air is then warmed, and the convection cycle continues. This movement of air is called an air current. These air currents move heat energy around Earth. Air currents generally move from the poles toward the equator at the Earth’s surface.

Of course this is a very simplistic model of what happens. In reality, air currents are affected by the rotation of the Earth, the Earth’s topography, and ocean currents.

Go to "Air Currents and Climate".  (See URL above.)  Watch the animation.

5. What causes global air currents?

6. Why are there three different convection currents in our atmosphere?

7. How do global air currents affect biome distribution?  Explain how air currents influence THREE different biomes.

Heat energy is also moved around the Earth by ocean currents. Ocean currents affect the climate even here in Utah. Go to "Ocean Currents" (see URL above) and read the information there.

8. What are currents?

9. Identify 3 causes of ocean currents.

10. What are the two main ocean current systems?

11. What is the main cause of surface currents?

12. What is the Coriolis Effect?

13. What happens to objects that move from the equator to higher latitudes?

14. What is the Coriolis deflection in the northern hemisphere?

15. What ocean current transports huge amounts of heat to the poles?

16.  Write THREE facts about the ocean global conveyor belt.

17. In your own words, briefly describe how the global conveyor belt works

18. What is upwelling?

19.  Why is upwelling important to fisher people?

20.  How do currents inflence climate?

21.  How could global climate change affect currents?

To understand weather, one must also understand the topography of an area.

04.04 mountain Topography refers to the surface features of a land mass. The topography of the Wasatch Front is mountainous. The topography of southeastern Utah is more flat. Like ocean currents and air currents, topography influences weather patterns.

22. How does topography affect weather where you live?

Whew! You are done with this assignment.

Congratulations! Now, send me the answers to the above questions. Make sure you have written your answers in complete sentences.

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.04 Graph Radical Functions and Transformations of Parent Functions - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 66 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 6 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.04 Life Insurance Basics (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 20 minutes

****************************************(COPY EVERYTHING BETWEEN THE ASTERISK.)

ASSIGNMENT 04.04 (13E)

1) Q: Whole Life Insurance is much more expensive to purchase than Term Insurance because it has a savings component; Term Life does not have a savings component.  The reserve, or cash value that builds in a Whole Life Insurance policy is the result of the insurance company taking a portion of the Whole LIfe Insurance premium and investing it on your behalf.  Would a Whole Life Insurance policy be considered an example of a long-term saving tool, or a short-term saving tool? Why? ANSWER:

2) Q: Who is more apt to need more life insurance, a 30-year-old in good health with three young children or a 68-year old person with heart problems but no dependants? Why? (The answer is not explicitly on the web site but the website will help.) > ANSWER (who & why):

3) Q: Life insurance sales people may say life insurance is much cheaper for someone your age (which is true). From the website, explain why you probably have no need for life insurance at all at your age: > ANSWER:

4) Q: If you choose to purchase Term Insurance instead of Whole Life Insurance what is an example of a long term savings tool that will give you similar results as Whole Insurance? (HINT: No other form of insurance has a savings component like Whole Life so the answer to this question is not going to be another form of life insurance...it will be another form of a long term saving tool/method.)> ANSWER

5)  Q:  From the URL, who can you list as your beneficiary (there are 3 answers)? > ANSWER:

6) Q: (04.04): Write your first and last name and today's date.> ANSWER:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 2 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.04 Writing Functions from Tables - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 66 points possible 60 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.04.01 Lesson 4D: Using Regular “AR” Verbs (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 04.04.01: Using Regular “AR” Verbs**: You know the drill, find the button: and click on it!

### 04.04.03

 teacher-scored 8 points possible 20 minutes

Assessment Rubric:

 Content Comprehensive answers given in complete sentences. /4 Conventions No significant errors in grammar, usage, punctuation or spelling. /4

### 04.04.04 Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 4 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 85 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 4
Properties of Power Functions and their Graphs

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment, as well as get immediate feedback.

Complete this assignment after reading Lessons 3 and 4.

### 04.04.06.05 - Transformations -- Assignment 5 (Geometry)

 teacher-scored 30 points possible 45 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Transformations
Identifying Transformations

Complete the attached worksheet.

Print out the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided so that you can draw the appropriate lines and points needed to describe the transformations. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawings so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

Questions 1-4, 9 and 12-14 are worth 2 points each. Questions 5-8 are worth 3 points each. Questions 10-11 are worth 1 point each, for a total of 30 points for the assignment.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 4.

### 04.04.08 Introduction to Geometry -- Quiz 15 (Math I)

 computer-scored 50 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Introduction to Geometry -- Quiz 15
Finding Distances

The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do and provides immediate feedback.

Complete this quiz after you finish reading lesson 4.

### 04.05 Extinctions (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

Assignment:

HINT: A good investigator does NOT make up facts. A good investigator INVESTIGATES.

Do not simply answer the questions below out of your head. Research the information. The websites listed below (scroll down past the questions...) will help.

Use complete sentences to answer the following questions.

1. What were the dates of the last five major extinctions? (Write your answer in millions of years ago.)

2. Describe, as best you can, what types of species were lost in each extinction, AND what percentage of total species were lost.

3. What do scientists think was the overall, major reason the extinctions occurred?

4. What do scientists think may have caused the major climate changes that caused most of the extinctions? (List several possible reasons.)

5. What causes species to go extinct today?

6. How is the current extinction different from extinctions of the past?

7. Many people believe that the current extinction is entirely human caused. Do you agree or disagree? Why? There is no right or wrong answer to this question. Use your brain. Think. Decide whether you agree or disagree with the author. Then write down at least two sentences telling why you agree or disagree. This is the most important question of the assignment. Do NOT neglect to answer it.

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 4 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.05 Introduction to Piecewise Functions – Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 50 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.05 Short responses: Heroes (LA 9)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 30 minutes

David holding up the head of Goliath: Wikimedia Commons, Gustave Doré, public domain

Choose THREE of the readings for this lesson (or you may use "The Song of Hiawatha" for one) and explain what you think the author of each piece would consider the most important qualities of a hero.

Copy and paste the section between the lines of asterisks into a word-processing document on your computer. Complete your work, and save a copy for yourself. Then submit your work using the assignment submission window for this assignment.

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What do you think the author of each piece considers the most important qualities of a hero? What details/specific evidence from the piece lead you to this conclusion?

Your answer for each reading should be in the form of a paragraph, starting with a claim about what the author would consider to be the qualities of a hero, and then quoting or paraphrasing evidence from the text to support your claim.

1. Title of piece:
2. Title of piece:
3. Title of piece:
4.

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 5 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.05 Writing Functions from Graphs - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.05.01 Lesson 4E: Adverbs (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 20 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 04.05.01: Adverbs**: You got this, find the button: and click on it!

### 04.05.05 Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 5 (PreCalc)

 computer-scored 40 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 5
Finding Rates of Change for Power Functions

Work on this quiz/assignment at the link below this lesson. The assignment is computer graded, which should make it easier to do the assignment, as well as get immediate feedback.

You should complete this assignment after reading Lesson 5.

### 04.05.06 Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 6 (PreCalc)

 teacher-scored 25 points possible 60 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 6
Finding Instantaneous Rates of Change for Power Functions

In this assignment you will need to find the instantaneous slope for several power functions.

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided and complete the graphs on graph paper. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawings so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. Alternately, you may wish to type the answers into a word processing document, convert this to an .rtf file, and upload this. If you do this, be sure to include the questions as well as the answers.

This assignment is worth 25 points.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 5.

### 04.06 Domain, Range, Graphs and Transformations of Absolute Value Functions – Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 66 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.06.01 Translating Functions - Worksheet (Math Level 1)

 teacher-scored 20 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

1. Print the worksheet. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Digitize (scan or take digital photo) and upload your worksheet activity

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 8 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.06.01 Lesson 4F: “¿Cuál(es)? - Which? (Spanish I)

 computer-scored 15 points possible 20 minutes

**Assignment 04.06.01: “¿Cuál(es)? - Which?**: You got this, find the button: and click on it!

### 04.06.08 Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 7 (PreCalc)

 teacher-scored 80 points possible 120 minutes

Complete

Unit 04 -- Introduction to Functions -- Assignment 7
Composition of Functions and Inverses

In this assignment you will need prove you can work with compositions and inverses.

Print out the attached assignment and complete the assignment in the space provided and complete the graphs on graph paper or on the computer with an appropriate graphing program. You may use additional paper if needed. Once you have completed the assignment, scan it into the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg. You may need to practice scanning pencil drawings so that you produce a clear, easily readable image. Finally, upload the image using the assignment submission window for this assignment. Alternately, you may wish to type the answers into a word processing document, convert this to an .rtf file, and upload this. If you do this, be sure to include the questions as well as the answers.

This assignment is worth 80 points.

Complete this assignment after reading Lesson 6.

### 04.07 Consumer Protection (Financial Literacy)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 25 minutes

Assignment for lesson 04.07: This assignment is different from others because EHS requires one writing assignment in each quarter course. In this assignment you will write on one of the scams 2-16 (not #1) listed above by the City of Eugene Police Department. This is not an essay but each question must be a paragraph long and have a minimum of 3-5 sentences.

1. Your submission must have 450-550 words (this includes the questions and your answers, ONLY; not any instructions) Note: Visit "wordcounter.net" if you don't have a word counter.

2. Paragraphs must be complete with correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Each paragraph must have a main idea, and a minimum of one supporting idea, and one supporting detail, for each question you are answering (this does not include your answer to the request to name the scam you are going to be talking about - this can be a one word answer, if necessary).

3. Quotations are not required; but any direct quotes should be cited if you use them.

4. Writing must be ORIGINAL, thoughtful, and accurate.

To begin: Copy the outline shown below between the lines of asterisks into a word processing document. Respond to each of the five parts. A spellchecker and word-counter may be used. When finished, copy the assignment into the answer box and submit like all previous assignments.

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ASSIGNMENT 04.07 (13E)

REMINDER: When this assignment is submitted, you must have 450-500 words between the lines of asterisks to receive a passing score. Simply respond to each question below as usual.

Identify the scam you will write about. Response:

1) Explain why you chose this scam. Response:

2) Explain how the scam works. Response:

3) Explain what you will do to avoid the scam. Response:

4) Add your thoughts about the following statement: "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't true." Response:

5) Using the "Consumer Rights" URL, find a fact that you find interesting and explain.  Response:

a) How many words (total) are between the lines of asterisks (questions and answers)? REMEMBER (450-550 words required):
b) Has submission been spellchecked, and thoughtfully revised as necessary? Answer:

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Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 3 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.07 Inverse Functions - Assignment (Math Level 2)

 teacher-scored 84 points possible 40 minutes

Activity for this lesson

Complete the attached worksheet.

1. Print the worksheet and complete the assignment in the space provided. You may use additional paper if needed. Work all the problems showing ALL your steps.
2. Once you have completed the assignment, digitize (scan or take digital photo, up close and clear) and save it to the computer and convert it to an image file such as .pdf or .jpg.

Pacing: complete this by the end of Week 7 of your enrollment date for this class.

### 04.07 The End (Earth Systems)

 teacher-scored 10 points possible 60 minutes

All that remains is a final course evaluation, a practice exam, and the final itself.

DO NOT DO THIS ASSIGNMENT UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETED ALL OF THE PREVIOUS ASSIGNMENTS.

PART ONE

1. If you were to give this course a grade, what grade would you give it?

2. List the three assignments which were the most educational for you. Explain why you liked them.

3. List the three assignments which were the biggest waste of time for you. Explain why they were a waste of time.

4. What things (if any) did you like about the course?

5. What things (if any) need to be changed?

PART TWO

1. Coal, oil and natural gas are the results of the slow breakdown and decay of which organisms?

a.  cows

b.  insects

c.  plants

d.  zooplankton

2. How does energy flow through an ecosystem?

a.  The sun’s energy is captured by plants, used by animals, and eventually returns to space as heat.

b.  Energy from the sun is recycled over and over again in the ecosystem.

c.  Energy from the sun is captured by animals to make sugars and fats.

d.  The sun’s energy is captured by oxygen molecules, which causes photosynthesis.

3. Measurements of light from 7 nearby stars were made.  Doppler analysis was performed and red shift was observed in all the measurements.  What does this evidence suggest