Daily Bulletin

Davenport High School Bulletin

 Assignments June 1st – June 5th  

Character Trait of the Month: Integrity—Living a set of values which includes honesty, respect for others and a sense of personal responsibility.

 

Class Color Code:

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

Electives

 

Mrs. Hargrave:

10TH Grade ELA:

1. Any last help you need for finishing the narrative or getting signed into Quizizz? My last office hours are Wednesday at 7pm.

2. Edit and resubmit your personal narrative this week.

3. There is one more optional writing practice exercise. This could put some of you from a B to an A.

 

English 11:

We finally finished Great Gatsby! Double check to make sure you turned in the final project!

1. We are going to start a very short self-paced American War poetry unit.

2. Check Google Classroom Monday afternoon for a video about poetry analysis.

3. Analyze two poems (about 1.5 hour of work) and submit by Friday.

 

BtoC English 12:

1. If you still have not finished the 1984 paper, please submit ASAP.

2. Send in your Words of Wisdom to Mrs. VP. See Classroom for details.

 

Film Studies:

1. Work on Final film!

2. Meet on Friday at Noon (Time subject to change)
.

 

Mrs. Van Pevenage:

10TH Grade ELA:

Please submit your eighth and final assignment using this assignment post. Remember, you should organize your slides into 4 categories for each chunk: Characterization, Setting, Plot Development/Conflict, and Narration/Point of View. You are to answer 1-2 questions from EACH category. Provide thorough responses that use text details to demonstrate comprehension. (4 pt. proficiency scale for each category (16 pts.) + 4 completion pts=20 pts total)

After recording your score in Skyward, I will return the Google Slides (or Google Doc if you used that format), so you can continue your work for the next chunk.

Final submission due Monday, June 8
-A Separate Peace Add a slide with the theme explained with a thorough RATTS answer.
-A Fort of Nine Towers chpt. 24-Epilogue
-The Book Thief Part 10

Submission #7 was due Monday, June 1
-A Separate Peace Add a slide with 3-5 songs for a book playlist.
-A Fort of Nine Towers chpt. 20-23
-The Book Thief Part 8-9


AP English 11:

Continue your work on The Great Gatsby, which will send us into summer as the school year winds down. Project due June 9.

1- Please begin by first getting to know a bit about the author. Helpful information to know: Who was he? When, where, and how did he live? What people and events impacted his life in a way that might impact his writing?

-https://www.britannica.com/biography/F-Scott-Fitzgerald

2- What would life have been like in the 1920's?

-What this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5cUmhEyvh0

-Read this article and go through the photogallery ("33 Images...") to build your background before reading the book: https://allthatsinteresting.com/roaring-twenties-jazz-age#33

3- Understand the setting of the book- 1) The map I've attached in Google Classroom shows West Egg and East Egg in relation to Manhattan Island in New York. Manhattan Island is where Times Square, the New York Stock Exchange, Central Park, and the other familiar New York City landmarks are located. 2) The tension between Old Money (the Buchanans) vs. New Money (Gatsby): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzByMzwzJvc.

4- Next, read The Great Gatsby. As you learned in preparation for your AP test, effective readers actively react, connect, and predict as they read text. Use the attached Google Slide template to record and describe at least one event or person that inspires a reaction, connection, or prediction for you. Then explain the reaction, connection or prediction, so I can understand the cause and effect relationship between the two. Add a picture to demonstrate what you were envisioning as you read the chapter.


AP English 12:

Thank you for all of the helpful Words of Wisdom for our incoming freshmen! I hope your Senior Reflection essay and the Words of Wisdom message helped you gain a sense of closure and confidence as you begin your new life adventure. This week tie up any loose ends at school, enjoy your graduation, and then have a great summer!  

 

Mrs. Parsons:

9th Grade ELA:

The 3 annotated bibliographies are extensive assignments of selecting one science and finding 3 articles that are found on .edu/.gov/org websites ONLY. These will be used to start your 10th grade ELA classes!

 

Spanish I:

Ad to sell your home!

 

Spanish II:

Español 2 must finish all assignments this week!

 

Culm. Proj.:

Presentations are starting!

 

Mr. Gunning:

Algebra 1 (9):

WS #10 Evaluate Quad Eq, Part II
Quiz #05

 

Algebra II (10):

Quiz #4-05
WS #4-07

 

Pre Calc:

Complete Final Exam.

 

Finite Math:

Complete Final Exam.

 

AP Calc:

Math 173 Final Exam.

 

BtoC Math (12):

BtoC #10 WS

 

Mrs. Ward:

Geometry (9):

Students need to pick one task from the Choice Board in Google Classroom.

 

Geometry (10):

Students need to pick one task from the Choice Board in Google Classroom.

 

Algebra 2 (11):

Students need to pick one task from the Choice Board in Google Classroom.

 

Mr. Hargrave:

9th Grade:

Create a simple machine. Document your work with pictures and turn in to Google Classroom.

 

Env. Science:

Go to a natural space. Observe 3 natural interactions between living organisms and write them down. Upload your work to Google Classroom.

 

CASE:

No new work. Just make up work. All seniors in this class.

 

Landscape Design:

Google Classroom: Create a design for a small relaxing space in your yard. Include a plant list.

 

Ag. Mech. I & II:

Optional assignment: Google Classroom show a picture of a project you would like to fix and tell me what you need to do to fix it.

 

Mr. Fisk:

Biology:

 

AP Chemistry:

 

Chemistry:

Anatomy/Physics:

 

Weightlifting:

 

Mrs. Hansen:

9th Grade:

TedEd Choice/Qs; GoogleMeets; Check Skyward & make sure ALL work is done/turned in.

 

Mr. Henry:

9th Grade:

Weekly Bellringer Complete Final DBQ (30min).

 

AP Human Geo.:

Weekly Bellringer Presentations Wed/Thurs at 2-3pm (1hr).

 

US History:

Weekly Bellringer Complete Final Presentation (1hr) .

 

CWP/Civics:

Weekly Bellringer for fun!!

 

AP Comp. Gov.:

Weekly Bellringer for fun!!

 

Mr. Oliver:

AP US History:

Continue U.S. History Theme Park assignment.

 

US History:

Begin History Theme Park project. Due Wednesday June 10.

 

CWP/Civics:

Complete all assignments and turn in.

 

Mrs. Rodrigues:

9TH Grade (PBS):

Turn in Infectious Agents
Complete Quizizz

PBS:

Attend a google meeting.

 

Human Body Systems:

Turn in Communicable Diseases
Complete Quizizz.

 

CAD:

Check in one google classroom or in a google meeting.

 

Ms. Hayes:

9th Grade Health:

No new assignments - complete all assignments in google classroom if you haven't already
Office Hours @2 pm Wednesday
.

 

Personal Finance:

No new assignments - complete all assignments in google classroom if you haven't already.


Intro to Bus.:

Purchased Items: 5-10 items you recently purchased and answer a few questions in regards to those items.

 

Graphic Design:

No new assignments - complete all assignments in google classroom if you haven't already
Office Hours @ 3pm Wednesday
.

 

Marketing:

No new assignments - complete all assignments in google classroom if you haven't already
Office Hours @ 3pm Wednesday
.

 

Broadcasting:

No new assignments - complete all assignments in google classroom if you haven't already
Office Hours @ 3pm Wednesday
.

 

Ms. Carstens:

Leadership:

Turn in any missing work to Google Classroom.

Accounting:

Turn in any missing work to Google Classroom.

Complete and turn in the Final Exam Study Guide and Final Exam.

 

JWG:

Complete Cover Letter Final Draft.

DUE: Friday, 6/5 to Google Classroom

(Estimated Time to Complete Assigned Work for week: 30 minutes)

 

WBL:

Submit May Calendar to Google Classroom.

(Estimated Time to Complete Assigned Work for Week: 5 min)


Mrs. Schwiger:

HS Art:

Challenge #6
“In Memory of”
create something that touches your heart:
• Create a project that is patriotic to you
• Create a project in memory of someone.
• Create a collage of someone special, or a special time.

 

Advanced Art:

Challenge #6
“In Memory of”
create something that touches your heart:
• Create a project that is patriotic to you
• Create a project in memory of someone.
• Create a collage of someone special, or a special time.

 

Mrs. Brewster:

HS Choir:

Accept invitation to collaborate from soundtrap.add your track and save.

 

Mr. Harper:

HS Band:

Playing Assignment #1.

 

Mr. Zeiler:

PE (9th):

Tell me what you miss most about PE?
If we were to have PE tomorrow, what activity would you like the class to participate in?

 

PE (10TH):

Tell me what you miss most about PE?
If we were to have PE tomorrow, what activity would you like the class to participate in?