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APP Archive 22-23

 

 

 

 

 

Mon-Nov-7

Sub

Check your grades.

Work on getting half credit.

No late work for Unit 5 Lessons 1-10 will be accepted after Midnight Tuesday.

 

Tue-Nov-8

PD - No Students

Wed-Nov-9

 

Lesson 12 due midnight tonight.

Graded more last night. Any thing graded after this point on lesson 1-11 is half credit.
Do not ask for extra time if you did not put time in on Monday AND Tuesday.

 

Thu-Nov-10

Substitute

Do NOT work on late work - Work on the project.

Read this if you are working together. You can import screens and code from a partner.

Complete these steps by midnight.

Step 1 - Choose a Data Set.
Step 2 - How will your app traverse the data.
Step 3 - Create a prototype on paper.

 

Project Description


For this project you will work with a partner. Together you will create an app that uses a dataset. There are two roles in this project: designer and programmer. You are both responsible for the overall project, but you will focus on different parts of the project at any given time. On the last day of the project, you will individually complete a written response that will help you practice for the Create Performance Task.

App Requirements

  • At least three screens
  • All screens can be easily navigated to through the user interface
  • A dataset used in a meaningful way towards the programs purpose
  • At least one list is traversed using: map, reduce, or filter (indicate which in a comment) in a meaningful way towards the program's purpose
  • Programming constructs: variable(s), function(s), conditional(s), list(s), loop(s)
  • All functions include comments that explain their purpose and how they work
  • All element IDs have meaningful names
  • No errors in the code

 

Steps

  • Collaborate with your partner to pick a dataset
  • Decide on an app to build which traverses a list from the dataset
  • Create a paper prototype

Designer:

  • Create the screens
  • Support the programmer with pair programming as needed

Programmer: 

  • Program the app
  • Support the designer as needed.

 

Fri-Nov-11

Substitute

Complete by midnight Sunday

Step 4 - Prepare to build the APP
Step 5 - Design APP screens.

 

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Mon-Oct-31

 

1. Phone on the computers. Access them during the video, you will place on the phone on the table below the video.

2. If you are behind in code.org, you may multitask and work on missing lessons. You will only have to take have the notes on the video.

3. ALL sites will be blocked except for brentwoodhigh.

The Creepy Line - due last 5 minutes of class.

 

Tue-Nov-1

 

The Creepy Line - due last 5 minutes of class.

 

Wed-Nov-2

 

Quiz over lists - ONLY 1 chance.

Will Start Creepy Line Video, no notes, can watch but Lesson 10 is due by midnight Thursday.

Odd Stations - Will not see grade when done, check email.
Even Stations - Will not see grade when done, check email.

Start Lesson 9 and 10

Thu-Nov-3

Sub

Complete lesson 10 and start on Lesson 11

Fri-Nov-4

Grading Day Day

Tailgate Anthems - Go Brentwood!!!!

Lesson 11 due midnight Sunday.

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Mon-Oct-24

 

Complete Lesson 4 and start on 5 by midnight tonight

 

 

Tomorrow is the PSAT day.  Please have students check the guidance windows for testing locations.  Students who are NOT taking the test will report here:

CAFE-9th

GYM-10th

BPAC- 11th

(Seniors are out of the building for career shadow day)

Tue-Oct-25

 

PSAT Testing

Wed-Oct-26

Lesson 6 due midnight tonight. Start on Lesson 7.

 

Thu-Oct-27

Finish Lesson 7.

Grading as you read this. Make sure you are current.

 

Fri-Oct-28

Substitute

Lesson 8

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Mon-Oct-17

Grading Code.org next two days.

These students take the Code.org Assessment TODAY in class after videos.

Lists part 1.
Lists part 2..

2nd - Ard, Babu, Bailey, Brown, Bulloch, Clydesdale, Conte, Crawford, Hollis, Khan, Lamkin, Meadows, Schultz, Webber, Yazdani.

3rd - Allen, Bauchiero, Cai, Conte, Cox, DeGennaro, Patri, Strauss, Young

4th - Baglia, Baker, Buckley, Czarnik, Dasgupta, Dixon, Fard, Gregory, McCrory, McMullan, Scott, Stampfli, Trotter, Wicks

Everyone else start on Unit 5 - Lists, Loops, and Traversals ('22-'23)

Tue-Oct-18

Unit 5 will be assigned to all today.

Everyone complete lesson 1 and 2 in Unit 5 BEFORE working on any late work.

 

 

   We have two exciting opportunities for you to vote to help out our student athletes.  First, you can click on the first link below to vote for senior volleyball player Ashley Miller to win Tennessean Female Player of the Week!  The second link will allow you to vote for this week’s football match up at #8 Beech High School to be the Tennessee Titans Game of the Week.  The winning team and coach will receive $1500 grant as well as the opportunity for Coach Finch to be recognized at the Titans vs Jacksonville game later this season! Vote for both as often as you can!

Ashley Miller Player of the Week – https://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/17/tennessean-sports-vote-for-the-nashville-area-girls-athlete-of-the-week/69548299007/

Tennessee Titans Game of the Week - https://www.tennesseetitans.com/gameoftheweek

 

 

Wed-Oct-19

Enrichment - Baglia Medlin 108, Trotter Slasor S212

 

Get Current before you do late work!

Everyone login on brentwoodhigh.com and tell me if you get a server errror.

Unit 5 Lesson 3 Parts 1 - 7 due midnight tonight

Grades entered for U5 Lessons 1 and 2 - send me an email if you were absent yesterday.

 

Thu-Oct-20

Enrichment Baker - Sawyer

Not starting out good today.

Complete Lesson 3 by midnight tonight, part 11 you only need to choose one to do. Those who did more will get extra credit.

2nd - need help, ask these students - Challa, Channagiri, Costantine, Estrella, Lifferth, Peterson.
3rd - need help, ask these students - Allen, Cai, Cox, DeGennaro, Doyle, Franco, Hollinsworth, Lee, Martin, Moolchandani, Patri, Russ, Sung
4th - need help, aks these students - Carpenter, Dasgupta, Dowdy, Malhotra, Wolfgang

 

Fri-Oct-21 Start Lesson 4

Voting 7th- vote for 5
Voting 8th - vote fror 5

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Mon-Oct-10 PD
Tue-Oct-11 Parent Teacher Conference Day - No Students
Wed-Oct-12 Fall Break - No Students
Thu-Oct-13 Fall Break - No Students
Fri-Oct-14 Fall Break - No Students
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Mon-Oct-3

 

Project Description

For this project you will create an app that helps a user make a decision. Your app must take in at least one number and one string from the user that will help to make the decision. All of this information will be used as part of the decision making process. In addition, your code must include at least one function used to update the screen.

This project is due by the end of class on Friday.

Lesson 12 Part 1
Lesson 12 Part 2
Investigate Part 1 Variables
Investigate Part 2 Flowchart

Just sending this again if you have not voted. You can refresh and vote as many times as you can 
https://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/03/tn-high-school-sports-vote-for-the-tennessean-week-7-girls-athlete-of-the-week/69516907007/

Thank you and GO BRUINS!!

Cathy Cram
Brentwood Volleyball

Tue-Oct-4

This project is due by the end of class on Friday.

 

Project Description

For this project you will create an app that helps a user make a decision. Your app must take in at least one number and one string from the user that will help to make the decision. All of this information will be used as part of the decision making process. In addition, your code must include at least one function used to update the screen.

Lesson 12 Part 1
Lesson 12 Part 2
Investigate Part 1 Variables
Investigate Part 2 Flowchart
Lesson13 Part 1 - Create Screens - email drawing to larryk - Design the Screens
Lesson 13 Part 2 - Create Variables
Lesson 13 Part 3 - Create Function
Lesson 13 Part 4 - Add onEvents
Lesson 14 Part 1 - Test you APP; Prototype
Lesson 14 Part 2 - Submit your APP. Create a PDF file of the source code and email your code to larryk. Email video of the app working to larryk
Lesson 14 Part 3 - End of unit survey. Reflection
Rubric

Complete by the end of the week.



Wed-Oct-5

End 1st 9 Weeks

Screencastify Demo
1

This project is due by the end of class on Friday.

 

Project Description

For this project you will create an app that helps a user make a decision. Your app must take in at least one number and one string from the user that will help to make the decision. All of this information will be used as part of the decision making process. In addition, your code must include at least one function used to update the screen.

Lesson 12 Part 1
Lesson 12 Part 2
Investigate Part 1 Variables
Investigate Part 2 Flowchart
Lesson13 Part 1 - Create Screens - email drawing to larryk - Design the Screens
Lesson 13 Part 2 - Create Variables
Lesson 13 Part 3 - Create Function
Lesson 13 Part 4 - Add onEvents
Lesson 14 Part 1 - Test you APP; Prototype
Lesson 14 Part 2 - Submit your APP. Create a PDF file of the source code and email your code to larryk. Email or share a video of the app working to larryk
Lesson 14 Part 3 - End of unit survey. Reflection
Rubric

Complete by the end of the week.

Thu-Oct-6

This project is due by the end of class on Friday.

 

Project Description

For this project you will create an app that helps a user make a decision. Your app must take in at least one number and one string from the user that will help to make the decision. All of this information will be used as part of the decision making process. In addition, your code must include at least one function used to update the screen.

Lesson 12 Part 1
Lesson 12 Part 2
Investigate Part 1 Variables
Investigate Part 2 Flowchart
Lesson13 Part 1 - Create Screens - email drawing to larryk - Design the Screens
Lesson 13 Part 2 - Create Variables
Lesson 13 Part 3 - Create Function
Lesson 13 Part 4 - Add onEvents
Lesson 14 Part 1 - Test you APP; Prototype
Lesson 14 Part 2 - Submit your APP. Create a PDF file of the source code and email your code to larryk.
Email or share a video of the app
working to larryk
Lesson 14 Part 3 - End of unit survey. Reflection
Rubric

Complete by the end of the week.

 

Fri-Oct-7

Substitute

EVERYONE do the assessment first.

Lesson 15 Assessment Day - Will open on Friday. Complete in Code.org. Do this first.

This project is due by the end of class on Friday.

 

Project Description

For this project you will create an app that helps a user make a decision. Your app must take in at least one number and one string from the user that will help to make the decision. All of this information will be used as part of the decision making process. In addition, your code must include at least one function used to update the screen.

Lesson 12 Part 1
Lesson 12 Part 2
Investigate Part 1 Variables
Investigate Part 2 Flowchart
Lesson13 Part 1 - Create Screens - email drawing to larryk - Design the Screens
Lesson 13 Part 2 - Create Variables
Lesson 13 Part 3 - Create Function
Lesson 13 Part 4 - Add onEvents
Lesson 14 Part 1 - Test you APP; Prototype
Lesson 14 Part 2 - Submit your APP. Create a PDF file of the source code and email your code to larryk. Email or share a video of the app working to larryk
Lesson 14 Part 3 - End of unit survey. Reflection
Rubric

Complete by the end of class.

 

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Mon-Sep-26

 

Lessons 5, 6, 7, and 8 due midnight Monday
Begin Lessons 9, 10 ,11, and 12 - due Sunday 10-2 Midnight

Watch 2 videos over Functions

Defining and Calling Functions
Introduction to Functions

I am updating grades and past assignments Tuesday (Have a sub)

 

If you have time or the desire to promote homecoming activities that would be great.  Below are items for Monday:

  • During 5B, we will do a best dressed competition, a prize is involved 
  • Tuesday theme is Temple Run:  Safari  
  • Can food drive:  we will take anything, but Monday, Pasta is the theme for the drive
  • Collection is happening in the front lobby
  • Tuesday theme is canned fruit
  •  
  • Monday during lunch a Chik-Fil-A lunch can be bought:  Sandwich, chips, cookies, water for $8 :  
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  • Bruin Hunt:  There is a Paper Bruin Head hidden in the school:  if found there is a prize (gift card or their choice)  
  • Float Builds begin Monday:  check class Instagram for location 
  • Tickets for the Homecoming Dance go on sale for $15 per person.  Sold during lunch in the front lobby.  
Tue-Sep-27

 

Sub today

Work on Lessons 9, 10 ,11, and 12 - due Sunday 10-2 Midnight

 

Wed-Sep-28

Sub today

Work on Lessons 9, 10 ,11, and 12 - due Sunday 10-2 Midnight

 

Thu-Sep-29

Work on Lessons 9, 10 ,11, and 12 - due Sunday 10-2 Midnight

Fill out grade issues - those are the grades I will look at first. New form.

Homecoming Information for Thursday

  • Today is the last day that we will be collecting canned food.
  • Tomorrow dress up theme:  Blue and Gold: All things Brentwood
  • All students have received a link to sign up for a food truck for Friday
  • Dance Tickets are being sold during lunch for $15
  • If students ORDERED a Homecoming shirt, it can be picked up during lunch.  All the extra shirts have been sold.  
Fri-Sep-30

Homecoming!

Work on Lessons 9, 10 ,11, and 12 - due Sunday 10-2 Midnight

Schedule

1ST 7:40-8:08
2nd 8:15-8:43
3rd 8:50-9:18
4th 9:25-9:30
Parade/Return to 4th 9:30-10:40
6th 10:47-11:10
7th 11:17-11:40
Lunch/Food Trucks 11:40-1:25
8th 1:30-1:50
Pep Rally 2:00-2:47

6:30 Am:  Class Floats
6:45: JV Cheer, Boys and Girls Lacrosse Team, Hockey Team, Tennis Team, Bowling Team, Swim
7:00:  Robotic, Chinese, Tv Pro, Yearbook and Orchestra
7:15:  Cultural, Mental Health Matters, Theatre, Choir
7:30:  XC Teams, Softball, Baseball, Golf Teams
7: 45:  Best Buddies, Dance, BB Teams, Soccer Teams, Volleyball
8:00:  Varsity Cheer/ Attendant Cars

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Mon-Sep-19

1. Comments

2. Two Videos

3. Lessons 5, 6, 7, and 8 due midnight Monday

4. Since I entered grades early, I am starting back through them. Working on Lesson 3, pt 5

Tue-Sep-20

Lessons 5, 6, 7, and 8 due midnight Monday

This is a reminder that the Parade Safety Meeting is today during 5B in the library classroom.  Captains/Presidents/Leadership Team should be there to go over the expectations of parade behavior.  
  

 

 

Wed-Sep-21

 

Not such a good start this morning.

Continue working.

Lessons 5, 6, 7, and 8 due midnight Monday

Thu-Sep-22

Enrichment

Colin Carpenter

 

Medlin

Harper Dowdy

 

Medlin

 

No cell phones visible until finished with 8. Lion Hawk Protected - place cell phone on white table when attacked.

Lessons 5, 6, 7, and 8 due midnight Monday

Fri-Sep-23

Enrichment

McMullan - Medlin
Johns - Medlin

Ask those around you for help

Lessons 5, 6, 7, and 8 due midnight Monday

2nd and 3rd Periods - Midnight Monday not Sunday

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Mon-Sep-12

Enrichement - Makhamadaliev Lytle S313

1. Code.org Assessment Day - 5 pts Each. ONLY open today!

2. Log in on AP Classroom - Collaboration in the Programming Process - 2 videos, one set of questions (3)

Grades updated

 

 

Friday we will be on a pep schedule.  It is BOTW week.  
Also, if you do not have Homecoming Week on your calendar the date is September 26-Oct 1st. 
Friday is the only day that the schedule will be different.  
Tomorrow, Tuesday the 13th ,   Parade forms are due!  

Tue-Sep-13

UPDATING

1. Go to code.org and look at assessment.

2. Study guide

3. Unit 4 - Variables, Conditionals, and Functions ('22-'23)

Lesson 1 due by EOC
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4. Start Lesson 2 and continue working until all lessons 1-4 are completed.

 

Wed-Sep-14

 

Continue working until all lessons 1-4 are completed.

1. Unit 3 Test

1. Phones on computers
2. Backpacks in front of the room
3. Odd Stations | Even Stations
4. When finished - get backpack and phone, do not view study guides.
5. Continue working until all lessons 1-4 are completed.

2. Unit 4 - Variables, Conditionals, and Functions ('22-'23)

Finish Lesson 2 and start on Lesson 3

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Thu-Sep-15

Substitute

Continue working until all lessons 1-4 are completed.

Unit 4 - Variables, Conditionals, and Functions ('22-'23)

Lessons 1-4 due midnight Sunday

Finish Lesson 3 and start on Lesson 4

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Fri-Sep-16

Substitute

Continue working until all lessons 1-4 are completed.

Finish lesson 4. Enrichment next week for all not finished through lesson 4.

1st Period: 7:40 AM – 8:21 AM
2nd Period: 8:28 AM – 9:09 AM
Break: 9:09 AM – 9:19 AM
3rd Period: 9:19 AM – 10:00 AM
4th Period: 10:07 AM – 10:53 AM
5th Period: 10:59 AM – 11:45 AM
Enrichment Ends: 11:22 AM
6th Period: 11:51 AM – 12:32 PM
7th Period: 12:39 PM – 1:20 PM
8th Period: 1:27 PM – 2:08 PM
Pep Rally: 2:08 PM – 2:47 PM

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Mon-Sep-5

Labor Day - No School

 

Tue-Sep-6

Enrichment

Howard Trotter

 

Marrero

B9

 

Check Grades - AP Points added.

Complete Lesson 7 - Part 5 has 3 parts. Due EOC
In Lesson 8 - Using 3 screen, create onEvent blocks that will start at the home screen, move to another screen and then return to the home screen. Add aditional as time permits.

Wed-Sep-7

 

Enrichment

Howard Trotter

 

Marrero

B9

 

Sunday 7 PM you will be locked out of Unit 3 and all the lessons.

APP requirements

  • Keep in mind the requirements for the app:
    • Uses at least three screens
    • Includes examples of images, audio, and text
    • A clear and easy to navigate user interface
    • Clearly communicates information about your topic
    • Code is cleanly written and free of errors
    • First line is the code is a comment with the name(s) of the programmer(s) (10 pts)
    • For being such good students (10 pts)

Submitted after 7 PM Sunday (50/100)

Rubric

10 pts per category 10 - 8 - 5 - 0
0 pts total on rubric, 20 pts other for a total of 100.

 

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Purpose means the intended goal or objective of the innovation. Function means how the innovation works.

Thu-Sep-8

Sunday 7 PM you will be locked out of Unit 3 and all the lessons.

Enrichment

Baglia Medlin B108
Trotter Marrero B9

Lab time

Written Response - due after completing the app and before 7 PM Sunday.

APP requirements

  • Keep in mind the requirements for the app:
    • Uses at least three screens
    • Includes examples of images, audio, and text
    • A clear and easy to navigate user interface
    • Clearly communicates information about your topic
    • Code is cleanly written and free of errors
    • First line is the code is a comment with the name(s) of the programmer(s) (10 pts)
    • For being such good students (10 pts)

Submitted after 7 PM Sunday (50/100)

Rubric

10 pts per category 10 - 8 - 5 - 0
80 pts total on rubric, 20 pts other for a total of 100.

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Purpose means the intended goal or objective of the innovation. Function means how the innovation works.

Fri-Sep-9

Sunday 7 PM you will be locked out of Unit 3 and all the lessons.

Lab time

APP requirements

  • Keep in mind the requirements for the app:
    • Uses at least three screens
    • Includes examples of images, audio, and text
    • A clear and easy to navigate user interface
    • Clearly communicates information about your topic
    • Code is cleanly written and free of errors
    • First line is the code is a comment with the name(s) of the programmer(s) (10 pts)
    • For being such good students (10 pts)

Submitted after 7 PM Sunday (50/100)

Status


Purpose means the intended goal or objective of the innovation. Function means how the innovation works.

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Mon-Aug-29

Don't login on brentwoodhigh.com until told to do so.
Text response question - all classes
Need these students to joining AP Classroom

2nd Period - Dai,

Section Name Students Join Code
Comp Sci P Kedigh 2 23 2ADEAE
Comp Sci P Kedigh 3 25 VREVW2
Comp Sci P Kedigh 4 24 Y629V7

When finished, start on Tuesday's work.

Tue-Aug-30

 

PPT of past work - Here is a copy of the slideshow as a pdf
APP development handout from Code.org
APP development process submissions

Step 1. Brainstorm Topic Ideas -EV
Step 2. Choose One Topic - EV
Step 3. Interview Your Classmates - EV
Step 4. Create a Program Specification - EV

Draw you app with supplies supplied in class.

Wed-Aug-31

The multi-purpose room will be in use today for all periods except 4th and 7th.

1. Complete any of the steps not completed.

Step 1. Brainstorm Topic Ideas -EV
Step 2. Choose One Topic - EV
Step 3. Interview Your Classmates - EV
Step 4. Create a Program Specification - EV

2. Comlete lessons 3, 4, and 5 by EOC Friday.
3. Show me your drawing of the APP - One from everyone.

Thu-Sep-1

Work Time

Need to see pictures from

2nd - Ard, Yaz

 

Fri-Sep-2

Lessons 1-6 due by EOC.

Work time

grades updated this weekend.

Need to see pictures from

2nd - Ard, Yaz

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Mon-Aug-22

Daily Procedure for this class - login on brentwoodhigh.com FIRST

Check Grades !

1. Submitting Grade Issue - due upon completion.

2. From the Archive - all due midnight tonight

Lesson 1: Introduction to Apps

Part 1 - Water
Part 2 - Bird
Part 3 - Hamilton
Part 4 - Square
Part 5 - Monarch

PI questions due by EOC.
Learning Types - Submit your type

Tue-Aug-23

1

1. Login on brentwoodhigh.com

2. Check Grades - resubmit any zeros.

3. PNP study guide

https://forms.gle/TWAyrom3EDcaEetKA

Wed-Aug-24

Enrichment

Colin Carpenter

12

Medlin

108

Kedigh

Harper Dowdy

12

Medlin

108

Kedigh

Lola Baker

12

Medlin

108

Kedigh

Virginia Johns

12

Medlin

108

Kedigh

If you access the study guide during the exam you will get a 0!

1. Cell Phone in backpack or on computer.
2. Backpacks at the front of the room.
3. Take as many versions as you want, highest grade counts.
4. Get your backpack when finished.

PNP Test (200) - 2nd Period

Odd Stations Version A | Version B
Even Stations Version C | Version D

PNP Test (200) - 3rd Period

Odd Stations Version A | Version B
Even Stations Version C | Version D

PNP Test (200) - 4th Period

Odd Stations Version A | Version B
Even Stations Version C | Version D

 

Thu-Aug-25

Enrichment

Rohan Dasgupta

10

James

S204

 

Working through lessons on Code.org - Read

Code.org Lesson 1 Introduction to Apps Parts 7-11 due EOC

Part 7 - Water
Part 8 - Bird
Part 9 - Hamilton
Part 10 - Square
Part 11 - Monarch

Start Lesson 2 - Introduction to Design Mode

 

Fri-Aug-26

 

Finish Lesson 2 - due EOC

 

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Mon-Aug-15

Today Seniors will report to the BPAC directly after lunch. 
 Please remind Seniors of their Class Meeting in the BPAC during the homeroom time.

Cell phone on computer or in backpacks

Introduction to this class.

Cancer and Absences

Hawks and Toads.

Name Game for Hawk and Toads.

2nd Period Join Code: 2ADEAE for Bai
https://myap.collegeboard.org/

3rd Period Join Code: Y629V7 for Das,
https://myap.collegeboard.org/

Tue-Aug-16

Seating Chart - Name Game for Hawk, nester, Toads, and Hop-a-longs.

Logging on Brentwoodhigh.com and saving the receipt.

Hawks and Toads - Questions due midnight tonight

Classroom Terminology - Questions due midnight tonight

 

 

 

Wed-Aug-17

Sorry I'm not there, bad night with the meds. You came through again!!!!! Braves 5, Mets 0. You all rock! Keep the homework up.

Today let's try to finish all the policies and procedures.
Policies and Procedures - One submission for each.

Tardy Policy
Late Work/Absence
Academic Honesty
Logins/Submissions
Food Drink
Games
Cell and Earbuds

Leave Room


 

Thu-Aug-18

Code.org Unit 3 - Lesson 1

Lesson 1: Introduction to Apps

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

 

Fri-Aug-19

Substitute - We will be on the pep rally schedule on Friday.

PI questions due by EOC.
Learning Types - Submit your type

1st Period: 7:40 AM – 8:21 AM
2nd Period: 8:28 AM – 9:09 AM
Break: 9:09 AM – 9:19 AM
3rd Period: 9:19 AM – 10:00 AM
4th Period: 10:07 AM – 10:53 AM
5th Period: 10:59 AM – 11:45 AM
Enrichment Ends: 11:22 AM
6th Period: 11:51 AM – 12:32 PM
7th Period: 12:39 PM – 1:20 PM
8th Period: 1:27 PM – 2:08 PM
Pep Rally: 2:08 PM – 2:47 PM

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Mon-Aug-8

 

 

Tue-Aug-9

 

 

Wed-Aug-10

 

 

Thu-Aug-11

 

 

Fri-Aug-12

 

 

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Mon-Aug-1

No Students

 

Tue-Aug-2

No Students

 

Wed-Aug-3

No Students

 

Thu-Aug-4

No Students

 

Fri-Aug-5

1/2 day Students

 

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