Kenny 1
Martha Kenny
Keystone English
19 September, 2016
Product Loyalty
For the most part, I am incredibly sensible when it comes to the money I spend on beauty
products. I am aware of the fads and marketing strategies that compel teenagers to spend buck
Life & Death: Compare/Contrast Paragraphs
TOPIC: Use your knowledge of The Story of an Hour and The Whirligig of Life to write
a short comparison and contrast essay. Your essay should be two paragraphs. One paragraph
will discuss the similarities between
"Mr. Rainsford, what a suprise to see you here. um, I thought you were going to
be in the Amazon for your hunt." Jackson, leader of PETA said. "So tell me, why are you
here and not in the Amazon doing what you love most?" "Was what i loved most."
Rainsfor
English 4, Unit 9: Life and Death
Vocabulary: Words to Know
Directions: Using context clues from the sentences provided, try to guess the meaning of each
word. Type or write the guessed meanings in the appropriate spaces provided. Then, use
dictionary.com
Strand: Writing (W.9-10.8 and W.9-10.9 and L.9-10.3)
Topic: Textual Evidence and Citations
Score
4.0
English 2 Grade: 10
In addition to Score 3.0, in-depth inferences and applications that go beyond
what was taught.
3.5
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3.0
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2.0
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No ma
Strand: Reading Literature and Informational (RL.9-10.10 and RI.9-10.10)
Topic: Reading Comprehension
Score
4.0
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3.0
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2.0
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1.0
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0.0
English 2 Grade: 10
In addition to Score 3.0, in-depth inferences and applications that go beyond
what
Decimal Outline
For a formal research essay, an outline is necessary in order to organize your
thoughts and information. To begin, sort your Note Cards in the order that you
believe the information will best fit in your essay. Then, begin outlining.
Think
English 4, Unit 9: Life and Death
Short Story Study Guide
Directions: As you read, complete each question below. Type or write your answers in the
appropriate spaces provided.
The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin
1. What health problem does Mrs. Mallard ha
Strand: Reading (R.L.9-10.2 and R.I.9-10.2)
Topic: Theme/Central Idea
Score
4.0
English 2 Grade 10
In addition to Score 3.0, in-depth inferences and applications that go beyond
what was taught.
3.5
Score
3.0
2.5
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2.0
1.5
Score 0.0
Determine a theme i
l. Simplify as + oii' — as e 3e — 7i — s
[l)—]4+4t‘ (st—ems {3)—]t}t {4}—l4—18t‘ l
2. In a familj,r with 3 children, what is the probability that the}r have
2 boys and 1 girl?
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3. Given that (a?) = i, which st the foll
1' Angle 6 is in Quadrant II, and sin 19 = % what is the value of cost)?
5 12 5 12
O [1] E O [2] E O [3] _E O [4] —E
2- Which expression is equivalent to 111le —4bx2 + m3z —4bz?
O [110:2 —z)(m3 —4b) 0 [210:2 + zion3 —4b)
0 [310:2 —z)(m—b) O [4] (x2 —bz)(m
25. If ﬁx) —- iii—+2 ,ﬁnd the inverse function, g {x}.
x-3
25. on what interval(s) is the function f{x} = {x2 — s}[x2 — 1) decreasing“?
Round to nearest thousandth, if needed.
2?. Given if“: +3)? = {x + 3)!”1 for I 2 '3. ﬁnd the value ofthe constant
m.
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1. When working with the sampling dishibution of a sample statistic,
which of the choices would decrease the margin of error?
Choose:
0 Increase the sample size.
0 Decrease the sample size.
0 Increase the standard error.
0 Increase the standard deviation.
Lesson 22
NYS COMMON CORE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM
M4
ALGEBRA II
Lesson 22: Evaluating Reports Based on Data from a Sample
Classwork
Exercises 15: Election Results
The following is part of an article that appeared in a newspaper:
With the election for gover
Lesson 8
NYS COMMON CORE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM
M4
ALGEBRA II
Lesson 8: DistributionsCenter, Shape, and Spread
Student Outcomes
Students describe data distributions in terms of shape, center, and variability.
Students use the mean and standard deviation t
Lesson 21
NYS COMMON CORE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM
M4
ALGEBRA II
Lesson 21: Margin of Error when Estimating a Population
Mean
Student Outcomes
Students use data from a random sample to estimate a population mean.
Students calculate and interpret margin of e
Lesson 21
NYS COMMON CORE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM
M4
ALGEBRA II
Lesson 21: Margin of Error when Estimating a Population Mean
Classwork
This lesson continues to discuss using the sample mean as an estimate of the population mean and judging its accuracy
bas
Chase Harwell
Health
1. In your own words, briefly explain Sigmund Freuds views of the id, the ego, and the
super ego. What are the theorys main ideas?
According to Sigmund Frued, your personality is composed of three elements. The elements of
personality
You are creating a public service announcement warning kids about the danger of posting
personal information on the Internet. Describe how you might use each of the three types of
appeals to get your message across.
To warn kids about the danger of postin
My soggy pant legs dragged across the asphalt as I walked home with my head pointed directly
toward the ground like an athlete losing the championship game. With each step I took there was more
and more suction from my soaking wet sock inside my soaking w
Thesis: The town and its citizens should comply with the homeless people rather than sending them
away because helping the homeless is the right thing to do, and part of building a society is learning to
look out for each other.
Reason 1: Helping those wh
Its Dark in Here
Chase Harwell
Its dark in here
Am I supposed to fear, the dangers that can occur.
What do I do, where do I go
Truly its such a blur.
Its dark in here
All I hear are the expectations for success.
What is success, time is slipping
Truly thi
Writing Assignment: Position Essay on Nuclear Power 50 points
The issue of whether to use and promote nuclear power is a contentious one. What if your state was
considering building a nuclear power plant near your community? How would you feel? What reaso
Journal: Prove It!
The illustration shows the mixing of two colorless aqueous solutions (lead nitrate and potassium
iodide) in a sealed flask to form a yellow precipitate (lead iodide) and a colorless solution
(potassium nitrate).
What is meant by the ph
Writing Assignment: Background Radiation 50 points
When you refer to something as being in the background, you may mean it is something that goes
unnoticed. Have you ever heard of the term background radiation? You have been asked by the local
paper to wr
Lab8:ChemicalProcesses
Conceptstoexplore:
Understandthedifferencebetweenendothermicandexothermic
processes
Understandtheconceptofenthalpy
Introduction
Haveyoueverneededtoplaceacoldpackon
asprainedmuscle?
Its the final seconds of the community league ch