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    Biology

    This week for Biology you need to finish reading Module 1, writing down all of the definitions and answering the OYO questions. You also need to complete the study guide at the end of the chapter and spend some time studying it so that you are ready for your test on Module 1. The test will be a take-home test, and it is NOT open book. In class we will finish discussing the material in Module 1 and then we will complete Experiment 1.1 in class, so please read over this before class. This will involve starting to learn how to use a microscope, but we will have to adjust…

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    Biology

    I am looking forward to having all of you in class this year! This week before class, make sure that you have read p. 1-21 in your textbook. Answer the On Your Own questions on these pages also, and be sure to write down or type out your answers. Last, you need to have written down all of the definitions contained on these pages as well. The definitions are written in blue, boldface type, and are set apart from the rest of the reading. If you will write out these definitions as you go through the chapter, you will already have a large portion of the Study Guide done, and…

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    Lingua Latina for May 14th

    This is your last assignment for Lingua Latina! Finish translation LL Chapter VIII. Do not do the Pensa. Bring your book and binder to class, because I will be going over VL Lesson 30 (the last one!) in class. See you Friday!

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    Shurley English 6 for May 14th

    Hello! This is your last assignment for Shurley English 6! Finish Variations Part 2 and turn in your final draft for Lesson 13, “The Sick Lion.” You have each started well in classical composition, and I’m very proud of you!

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    Advanced Biology – Human A & P

    This week you need to get caught up on any assignments or tests you have not done yet. I have sent out individual emails if you’re missing any assignments. I’ve also sent out emails with any graded tests that I haven’t given back to you so that you can use them to study for the final. Everything is due this Friday in class! This week you need to study, study, study for the final exam! Again, I will not test you on anything that you haven’t been tested on before, so utilize your graded tests when working on the topics listed on your study guide. We will be taking the…

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    Advanced Biology- Human A & P

    This week you need to take Module 15 test that I gave you in class, and then start on the study guide for the final exam. You’ve got two full weeks to study for the final if you start early this week. Remember, I am not going to test you on anything on the final that I haven’t already tested you on, so use your tests from this semester as a guide to know how to study each item listed on the study guide. We will finish up the fetal pig dissections in class on Friday. If you have any questions about the material you’re studying for the final, please…

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    Shurley English 6 for April 30th

    There is no grammar for this week. We spent the whole class on composition. For this week complete Lesson 7. (We skipped Lesson 6.) You do not have to write the reduction this week. Make sure you revise and edit and correctly label your FODs. I’m including the outline here in case anyone needs help with that. This is just a guide; yours does not have to be exactly like this. I. The two men traveling together A. Suddenly met by Bear on their path B. One climbed tree and hid C. Second fell flat knowing he would be attacked II. The Bear A. Felt man with his snout and…

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    Lingua Latina for April 30th

    Finish VL Lesson 28. For your quiz this week: Know the following 3rd Declension Adjectives in the Latin Dictionary Form: sharp or pointed, swift or quick, famous, short, heavy, sad, fierce or wild, bold, and wise. To do this you will need to know if the adjective is a “1, 2, or 3 termination” adjective. For example: if I say “sharp or pointed” you must give all three terminations, that is, acer, acris, acre. If is say, “short” you must give both termination endings, that is, brevis, breve. If I say “bold” you must give the nominative singular and the genitive singular because it is a one terminating ending, that…