Advisory 11/1/12 School Veterans’ Day Flag Project 1. Write a message to a Veteran, either one you know personally or a stranger. 2. Write down any supporting words to that Veteran. 3. Give thanks to this person and Veterans like her/him for supporting our country. 4. Sign your name. 1 st Quarter Portfolio Checks
Advisory 11/5/12 Make sure Lessons 9 A, B, C are complete and in correct places in portfolio 1 st Quarter Portfolio Checks Renton Peer Mentors will visit to help
Advisory 11/8/12 Take attendance & leave packs in room Veterans Day Assembly – Honors those who have served in the military – Somber, mature behavior
Advisory 11/15/12 Language Survey International Baccalaureate Program – Video – Discuss Handout – Video – PowerPoint
Advisory 11/26/12 Winter Food Drive and Wish List Arrow Newspaper Virtual College Tour Senator Presentation (Steph)
Advisory 11/29/12 Choose two colleges to explore for your virtual college tour Read project instructions on class webpage: RHS website teacher class pages Sidman Advisory Documents Virtual College Tour Instructions
Colleges to Research & Present Chris – U of Washington Seattle, PSU Olivia – USC, Central Washington U William – Air Force service, Army service Kyleigh – Stanford U Tokyo International U of America Kelly – Bellevue C, U of San Francisco Sterling – U of Virginia, U of Hollywood Claudia – Whitman C, Evergreen State C Sinthia – U of South Carolina South Seattle CC Marienor – Harvard U University of Philippines Meka’ta – Georgia State U Pennsylvania State U Donnoven – Yale U, U Cal San Diego Zach – University of California at LA, MIT Alexis – Eastern Washington U School of Arts in Chicago Alina – U of Miami, North Carolina U Victoria – U of Chicago, U of Victoria Stephanie – Louisiana State U, U of Southern California Zaymone – Oregon State U, Pheonix U Lyndzy – Princeton U, Argossy U Ben – Western Washington U Renton Technical C Reno – Kyoto U, Green River CC Raul – U of Orgeon, U of Texas at Austin Shawna – U of London, Evergreen State Kobe – Washington State U, U Cal at ? Bryan – U de Guadalajara, U de Tijuana Janelle – Spelman C, Brown U Alisdair – Digipen, Antioch U Kimanh – Julliard, Cooper Union Unclaimed: Whitworth C, Seattle U, Pacific Lutheran C, Bastyr U, Shoreline CC, Gonzaga U, Seattle Central CC, UW Bothell, UW Tacoma
Advisory 12/03/12 Nominate one teacher for A Matter of the Heart Review December’s Virtual College Tour project. Instructions on class webpage. Build it. Sign-out & share laptops. Sign laptops back in.
Advisory 12/06/12 Build December’s Virtual College Tour project. Four slides. Take turns with laptops. Instructions on advisory webpage. Sign laptops back in.
Advisory 12/10/12 Build December’s Virtual College Tour project. Four slides. Take turns with laptops. Instructions on advisory webpage. Sign laptops back in.
Advisory 12/13/12 Take School Survey Build December’s Virtual College Tour project. Four slides. Take turns with laptops. Instructions on advisory webpage. Sign laptops back in.
Advisory 1/3/12 Virtual College Tour and popcorn : M 1/7 & Th 1/10 Last touches to Virtual College Tour project. Four slides. Instructions on advisory webpage. Take turns with laptops. Sign laptops back in.
Advisory 1/7/12 Take a Virtual College Tour Everyone gets popcorn. Everyone has College Comparison Sheet, already with Cornish College. Two people get laptops and load up presentation. When one person done presenting, log out, pass to someone else who gets ready.
Advisory 1/10/12 Take a Virtual College Tour Everyone gets popcorn. Everyone has College Comparison Sheet, already with Cornish College. Two people get laptops and load up presentation. When one person done presenting, log out, pass to someone else who gets ready.
Advisory 1/14/12 Take a Virtual College Tour Everyone gets popcorn. Everyone has College Comparison Sheet, already with Cornish College. Two people get laptops and load up presentation. When one person done presenting, log out, pass to someone else who gets ready.
Advisory 1/17/12 Tidy up binders. Check in w Mr. Sidman to show they are up to date.
Advisory 2/4/12 Review 1 st semester progress with RPM’s.
Advisory February 7,11,14,25,28 Tidy up and complete Lessons in Navigation 101 binder. Meet individually with Mr. Sidman to go over 1 st semester grades and binder progress. Finish Lessons 9.G and 9.H Course Registration(for next year’s classes) Complete Lessons E, F
What should be in your binder? Front of binder – Nav 101 9 th grade Curriculum Map Self-Aware Knowledgeable – 9.C Career Clusters – College Tour Slides – Comparison 3 Colleges Plan Ready – 9.A Where Am I Going in 9 th Grade? – 9.B My Target Skills – 9.G Course Registration Qualified Financially Ready Journal (back of binder) – 9.A Time Capsule Letter – 9.B My Target Skills Journal Entry – 1 st Semester Reflection (w RPMs) – 9.G Course Registration Journal Entry
Math Classes Math Path 1 Algebra 1-2 Geometry 1-2 Algebra 3-4 Math Analysis 1-2 Calculus 1-2 Statistics 1-2 Math Path 2 Algebra 1-2 + Algebra Support 1-2 Geometry 1-2 + Geometry Support 1-2 Intermediate Algebra 1-2 Applied Quantitative Reasoning
Mon 3/11, Th 3/14 Sign out laptop in book. Log in to Navigation 101 website. Continue where you left off. Need to complete online lessons 1-5. Mon 3/18, Th 3/21 Multicultural Show Multicultural Movie
Mon 3/25, Th 3/28 Sign out laptop in book. Log in to Navigation 101 website. Continue where you left off. Need to complete online lessons 1-5. Mon 4/1, Th 4/4 Finish online lessons 1-5. Finish written lessons A-H & Journal
Mon 4/15 Fourth quarter: ten weeks Review last quarter requirements 3 Best Works Move all ‘Journal’ entries behind work they describe (not all in back) RPM visit Mon 4/7, Th 4/11 Spring Break Th 4/18 Lesson I – Money Management
3 Best Works from 9 th grade In portfolio by Thursday, June 6 – Goes in ‘Qualified’ section Best Works must be substantial, meaningful – Shows several steps of work, revisions & study – Shows teacher feedback; must be graded – Individual homework assignments do not count Each Best Work must have reflective entry – Q1: Why does this work mean something to me? – Q2: How did I grow & improve by doing this? – Q3: What challenge did I overcome to do this?
Exit Exams To earn a high school diploma, must pass… – Reading HSPE (10 th grade) – Writing HSPE (10 th grade) – Algebra 1-2 End of Course exam (EoC) (9 th grade) – Geometry End of Course exam (EoC) (10 th grade) – Biology End of Course exam (EoC) (10 th grade)
Entry Exams Military – ASVAB – Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery 2 year community or technical college – COMPASS (also for Running Start in high school) 4 year college or university – SAT – Reading, Math, Writing 3 x 800 = 2400 max – ACT – English, Math, Reading, Sci, (Write)= 36 max – SAT Subject tests – Chemistry, English Lit, US History… – Advanced Placement (AP) subject tests (get college credit!) – International Baccalaureate (IB) subject tests (college credit!) Graduate School – Masters or Doctorate – GRE & GRE Subject Tests – MA & MS & PhD programs – MCAT – Med School – LSAT – Law School
Mon 5/20, Th 5/23 3 best works due with reflection slips These come from other classes Must be something substantial and meaningful, with teacher feedback Mon 5/27 Memorial Day – No School Th 5/30 Lesson L – Test Attack Skills
M 6/3, Th 6/6, M 6/10 Final Portfolio Checks (Th 6/6 Career Ctr) M 6/17, Tu 6/18, W 6/19 Finals 1-6 Advisory 9:30-9:50 Th 6/20 Last Day of Year. No advisory.