Ms. Ketch

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Posted: February 4, 2021

Welcome back everyone!  Here is my schedule for the second semester.  You can find the syllabus for each class by scrolling down from this post!

Period 1:  FI NRF 10

Period 2:  Biology 112

Period 3:  FI Science 10

All my students will be invited to a class-TEAMS: please be sure to confirm your student login and password in order to be able to access the online content that will be posted regularly for your offsite learning days. TEAMS will be the main online platform through which I disseminate course materials, assignments and deadlines.  If you have any questions, you can reach me by email at Laura.Ketch@nbed.nb.ca.

 

Number Relations & Functions (2020 - 2021)

 

Bobby Jo Hickey and Laura Ketch

 

phone:  (506) 523-7160

 

MATH 10 EVALUATION:

 

                  Factors and Polynomials – 40%

 

Relations and Functions – 40%

 

Linear Functions – 20%

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                             

 

Late Policy:

 

Ø    To get full marks, assignments need to be handed in by the assigned due date. 

 

Ø    For every date late, after the assignment due date, 10% will be deducted from the mark (up to a maximum of 40%).  Weekends count as one day. 

 

Ø    If a student is absent on a due date, a written excuse from a parent or guardian must be presented upon the student’s return, or the late-day deductions will apply. 

 

Ø    A student’s mark cannot be lower than 60% given that the student deserves a passing grade on the assignment to begin with.  Any work getting a mark of less than 60% will receive that grade. 

 

Ø    In order to be graded, all work must be handed in no later than 1 week after the given due date of the assignment.

 

 

 

Course Evaluation:

 

Ø    A demonstration of learning in January may consist of an exam, a cumulative project or assignment to be determined at a later date.

 

Extra Help:

 

Ø    A Team has been created on Office365 to allow students (during their home days) to have access to a Mathematics teacher for all questions they may have concerning their daily work. Any students enrolled in a 9 or 10 Mathematics course are encouraged to join the team in order to have access to a teacher when doing work/assignments at home. This team will be operational daily during Period 3.

 

Who: Ms. Conroy

 

What: Help for all 9/10 Mathematic students

 

When: Period 3

 

What: Questions, clarity, instruction etc……

 

Why: Give students working from home an opportunity to access Math help every day they are not in the building.

 

Where: Office365.com > Teams > Join Team > Team Code: qdxnva8

 

Course Text:  (Pearson) Foundations and Pre-Calculus Mathematics 10 

 

 MATH 10 CURRICULUM AND TIMELINE:

 

 Unit 1:  Algebra and Number                                                                                                               

 

Chapter 1:  Factors and Product                                                                                                                                                                  

 

Chapter 2:  Roots and Powers

 

                                                                                                           

 

Unit 2:  Relations and Functions

 

Chapter 3: Relations and Functions                                   

 

Chapter 4: Linear Functions                       

 

Chapter 5: Systems of Linear Equations                                                

 

         Chapter 6:  Distance / Midpoint 

 

                                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                                                              Syllabus – 2020-2021

Biology 112                                                                                                     Mrs. L. Ketch

 Resources:     Textbook: Biology (Prentice Hall)

Students must have a notebook in which handouts can be placed, pens / pencils, a ruler and eraser / liquid paper.

 Units of Study:

            Unit 1: The Cell

The development of cell theory; Microscope techniques; A closer look at cells and cell organelles; The processes that move materials through the cell membrane; Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Unit 2:  Biodiversity

Principles of taxonomy; Characteristics of major groups; A more detailed look at the six kingdoms; Biodiversity within ecosystems

Unit 3:  Maintaining Dynamic Equilibrium

Homeostasis; Circulatory system; Respiratory system; Digestive system; Excretory system; Immune system

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 Term Evaluations:    Cell Biology Concepts & Products – 40%

                   Biodiversity Concepts & Products – 40%

                   Human Body Systems Concepts & Products – 10%

                   Scientific Literacy – 10%

** Final evaluation plans are undecided at this time.            

A final mark of 60% is required in order to receive full credit for this course.

This is an academic course meant to start preparing students for post-secondary studies.  Students will be required to put in a certain amount of work outside class time.

 Extra help:  Extra help is available during lunch as per schedule available in class – see white board.  See me if you wish to schedule a time for extra help.  A science study block period is available daily, and students will have the ability to connect virtually with the teacher during their at-home-learning days.

 Absences:  If you miss one or more classes, it is your responsibility to catch up on all missed notes and work. If you have missed a test, it must be written on your first day back to school unless another arrangement has been made in advance.  Medical excuses or written excuses for legitimate absences from parents are required to get extensions or to write a missed test / quiz (these can be applied to group work marks if necessary).  

Group marks and Lab marks:  Attendance is a crucial part of group and lab marks assigned in this course.  If you are absent for one or more days used for group work or labs, your mark may be adjusted to reflect the number of days you were absent.

 Notice will be given in class if it this syllabus changes.       

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                                                           Course Syllabus Spring 2021

 Science 10 FI                                                                                                 Mrs. L. Ketch

 Resources: Main Text: Omniscience 10 (Chenelière McGraw-Hill)

Students must also have a scientific calculator, a ruler, metric graph paper, a notebook and a periodic table (available at the library).

 The aim of the grade 10 science program is to develop scientific literacy.  Scientific literacy is a combination of the science-related attitudes, skills, and knowledge students need to develop.  These skills will allow students to become lifelong learners, and to maintain a sense of wonder about the world around them. To develop scientific literacy, students require diverse learning experiences that provide opportunities to explore, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, appreciate, and understand the interrelationships among science, technology, society, and the environment.

Syllabus:         Unit 1 – Physical Science – Chemical Processes   (8-10 weeks)

 

Periodic table of elements; characteristics of elements; reactions of elements; chemical equations; acids and bases.

Unit 2 – Physical Science – Motion   (6-8 weeks)

Measuring and calculating; relationships between distance, speed, acceleration and time; graphing.                 

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 Grading Valuations              Chemistry Concepts & Products:  50%                                                                                  P                                           Physics Concepts & Products: 35% 

                                       Scientific Literacy:  15%

            * Final evaluation plans are undecided at this time.              

 Students must obtain a minimum mark of 60% to pass this course.

 Extra Help: If at any time a student is having difficulty in the course, extra help is available upon a student’s request.  A schedule for lunch-time help is posted in the classroom and study-block periods are available daily.  Students will also have the opportunity to connect with the teacher virtually during their at-home learning days.

 Absences:  If you miss one or more classes, it is your responsibility to catch up on all

missed noted and work. Medical excuses or written excuses from parents are required to get extensions or to write a missed test / quiz.  If you have missed a test, it must be written on your first day back to school unless another arrangement has been made in advance. 

Note: This course is an academic course and students will be required to do some work outside of classroom time. It is necessary for students to do the required assignments or their lack of participation will be addressed according to school policy.

 Notice will be given in class if it this syllabus changes.

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Posted: September 8, 2020

Welcome back everyone!  Here is my schedule for the first semester.  You can find the syllabus for each class by scrolling down from this post!

Period 2:  FI GMF 10

Period 3:  Biology 112

Period 4:  Biology 122

All my students will be invited to a class-TEAMS: please be sure to confirm your student login and password in order to be able to access the online content that will be posted regularly for your offsite learning days. TEAMS will be the main online platform through which I disseminate course materials, assignments and deadlines.  If you have any questions, you can reach me by email at Laura.Ketch@nbed.nb.ca.

Geometry, Measurement and Finance 10 (2020 - 2021):

Bobby Jo Hickey and Laura Ketch

phone:  (506) 523-7160

MATH 10 EVALUATION:

Onsite

Offsite

Participation

Tests: 25%

Quizzes: 20%

Problem of the week: 10%

Take Home Quizzes: 10%

Assignments: 25%

 

                                                                                                                                                                                   

Problem of the Week:

Ø    Problems will be posted to Teams, every Monday before 8:30am and will be due before 3:30pm every Friday.

              

Late Policy:

Ø    To get full marks, assignments need to be handed in by the assigned due date. 

Ø    For every date late, after the assignment due date, 10% will be deducted from the mark (up to a maximum of 40%).  Weekends count as one day. 

Ø    If a student is absent on a due date, a written excuse from a parent or guardian must be presented upon the student’s return, or the late-day deductions will apply. 

Ø    A student’s mark cannot be lower than 60% given that the student deserves a passing grade on the assignment to begin with.  Any work getting a mark of less than 60% will receive that grade. 

Ø    In order to be graded, all work must be handed in no later than 1 week after the given due date of the assignment.

 

Course Evaluation:

Ø    A demonstration of learning in January may consist of an exam, a cumulative project or assignment to be determined at a later date.

 

Extra Help:

Ø    A Team has been created on Office365 to allow students (during their home days) to have access to a Mathematics teacher for all questions they may have concerning their daily work. Any students enrolled in a 9 or 10 Mathematics course are encouraged to join the team in order to have access to a teacher when doing work/assignments at home. This team will be operational daily during Period 3.

Who: Ms. Conroy

What: Help for all 9/10 Mathematic students

When: Period 3

What: Questions, clarity, instruction etc……

Why: Give students working from home an opportunity to access Math help every day they are not in the building.

Where: Office365.com > Teams > Join Team > Team Code: qdxnva8

 

 

Course Text:  (Pacific Educational Press) MathWorks 10 New Brunswick Edition

 

MATH 10 CURRICULUM AND TIMELINE:

 

Chapter 1: System of Measurement and Conversion

 

Chapter 2: Unit Pricing & Currency Exchange

 

Chapter 3: Earning Income  

 

Chapter 4: Financial Services                                

 

Chapter 5: Trigonometry of Right Triangles

 

Chapter 6: Mass, Temperature, Surface Area, Volume and Capacity

                                               

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Syllabus – 2020-2021

 Biology 112                                                                                                     Mrs. L. Ketch

 Resources:      Textbook: Biology (Prentice Hall)

Students must have a notebook in which handouts can be placed, pens / pencils, a ruler and eraser / liquid paper.

 Units of Study:

            Unit 1: The Cell

The development of cell theory; Microscope techniques; A closer look at cells and cell organelles; The processes that move materials through the cell membrane; Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Unit 2:  Biodiversity

Principles of taxonomy; Characteristics of major groups; A more detailed look at the six kingdoms; Biodiversity within ecosystems

Unit 3:  Maintaining Dynamic Equilibrium

Homeostasis; Circulatory system; Respiratory system; Digestive system; Excretory system; Immune system

 

************************************************************************************

 

Term Evaluations:     Tests and quizzes:  30%

    Assignments/homework:  35%

    Labs and Lab Reports:   20%

                                     Scientific Literacy:  15%

                                              

Both terms will make up 70% of the final mark, and the course exam will make up 30% of the final mark (subject to COVID regulations).                           

                   

A final mark of 60% is required in order to receive full credit for this course.

 

This is an academic course meant to start preparing students for post-secondary studies.  Students will be required to put in a certain amount of work outside class time.

 

Extra help:  Extra help is available during lunch as per schedule available in class – see white board.  See me if you wish to schedule a time for extra help.

 

Absences:  If you miss one or more classes, it is your responsibility to catch up on all missed notes and work. If you have missed a test, it must be written on your first day back to school unless another arrangement has been made in advance.  Medical excuses or written excuses for legitimate absences from parents are required to get extensions or to write a missed test / quiz (these can be applied to group work marks if necessary). 

 

Tardy Work:  All work (online and in person) must be completed on time and submitted by the due date.  Any assignment handed in later than the due date must be accompanied by a medical note or a written note for a legitimate absence from parents.   Late assignments are subject to the tardy assignment policy of the school. 

 

Group marks and Lab marks:  Attendance is a crucial part of group and lab marks assigned in this course.  If you are absent for one or more days used for group work or labs, your mark will be adjusted to reflect the number of days you were absent.

 

Notice will be given in class if it this syllabus changes.       

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Syllabus – 2020-2021

 Biology 122                                                                                                     Mrs. L. Ketch

 Resources:      Textbook: Biology (Prentice Hall)

    Students must have a notebook in which handouts can be placed, pens / pencils, a ruler and eraser / liquid paper.

 Units of Study:

            Unit 1: Genetic Continuity

Mitosis and cellular reproduction; Meiosis and the production of gametes; DNA structure and replication; Protein synthesis and genetic mutations; Mendelian genetics; Inheritance; Genetic engineering

Unit 2:  Evolution, Change and Diversity

Evolutionary theory; Mechanisms and patterns of evolution

Unit 3:  Maintaining Dynamic Equilibrium II

Digestive, Nervous, Endocrine and Reproductive systems

************************************************************************************

 

Term Evaluations:     Tests and quizzes:  30%

    Labs & Lab Reports:  20%

                                      Homework / Assignments: 35% 

                                      Essays:  15%

 

Both terms will make up 70% of the final mark, and the course exam will make up 30% of the final mark (subject to COVID regulations).

A final mark of 60% is required in order to receive full credit for this course.

This is an academic course meant to prepare students for post-secondary studies.  Students will be required to put in a certain amount of work outside class time.

 

Extra help:  Extra help is available during lunch according to the schedule – see white board in class for dates and times.  See me if you wish to schedule a time for extra help.

 

Absences:  If you miss one or more classes, it is your responsibility to catch up on all

missed notes and work. Medical excuses or written excuses from parents are required to get extensions or to write a missed test / quiz.  If you have missed a test, it must be written on your first day back to school unless another arrangement has been made in advance (these can be applied to group work marks if necessary).

 

Tardy Work:    All work (online and in person) must be completed on time and submitted by the due date. Any assignment handed in later than the due date must be accompanied by a medical note or a written note for a legitimate absence from parents.   Late assignments are subject to the school’s late assignment policy.

 

Group marks and Lab marks:  Attendance is a crucial part of group and lab marks assigned in this course.  If you are absent for one or more days used for group work or labs, your mark will be adjusted to reflect the number of days you were absent.

 

Notice will be given in class if it this syllabus changes.  

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