1st: World Geo.- 8:00 - 8:47
2nd: World Geo. P/AP- 8:51 - 9:38
3rd: Conference- 9:42 - 10:32
4th: Spanish 2- 10:36 - 11:23
'B' Lunch - 11:57 - 12:27
5th: Spanish 2- 11:27 - 12:57
6th: Spanish 2- 1:01 - 1:48
7th: Field Period- 1:52 - 2:39
8th: Athletics- 2:43 - 3:30
Colby Sales: Room 114
Teach: Spanish 2 & World Geography P/AP
Coach: Girls Volleyball, Girls Softball
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Human geography is an AP course that seeks to improve a student's knowledge of the world around them. While it is extremely challenging, I believe that there is not a more vital course available for today's learners. Throughout the year we will be exploring the interactions between humans and their surroundings in a variety of ways. If this course is approached with a dedicated mindset, it will provide a necessary bridge between prior knowledge and expertise needed in the upcoming years. The student's will learn how to be globally literate citizens, capable of analyzing world news, maps and info-graphics, and cultural similarities and differences on a regional scale. I look forward to a year full of adventure and learning.
Just as a quick course outline, here are the following big conceptual categories to be covered.
I. Geography: Its Nature and Perspectives
III. Cultural Patterns and Processes
IV. Political Organization of Space
V. Agricultural and Rural Land Use
VI. Industrialization and Economic Development
VII. Cities and Urban Land Use
This is the link for the online book.
Spanish I is an introductory course of learning Spanish as a second language.
Students will be required to learn common phrases, to respond to frequently asked questions, and to describe themselves and others in the first nine weeks.
In the second nine weeks, students will continue using the language learned in the first nine weeks and learn more commonly used phrases (ie. telling time and giving dates). They will broaden their vocabulary and grammar base in order to be able to describe their family, classes, and schedules.
During the third nine weeks, we will be progressively moving toward more difficult grammatical concepts. Students will learn how to sequence events and have more in depth conversations with friends (ie. invitations, talking on the phone, and describing how they are feeling).
During the final nine weeks, students will continue working with new grammatical concepts and increasing their vocabulary. They will learn how to discuss sports, comparing items, describing weather, and using learned vocabulary to give directions, addresses, and choose transportation.
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