Course: Mike to Mix: Music Recording and Production (4x week) (Arts)
Grade levels: 10-12
Description: is for students interested in the art of making hit records. Students will gain an understanding of the
techniques and tools used in modern recording stu
Merit Badge Workbook
This workbook can help you but you still need to read the merit badge pamphlet.
This Workbook can help you organize your thoughts as you prepare to meet with your merit badge counselor.
You still must satisfy your counselor
Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet
Part 1: Read the following information on elements, compounds and mixtures. Fill in
the blanks where necessary.
A pure substance containing only one kind of _.
An element is always uniform al
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES
1. observed with senses
2. determined without destroying matter
1. indicates how a substance
reacts with something else
2. matter will be changed into a new
Physical and Chemical Change Worksheet
True or False. If false, correct the underlined portion of the statement so that it is true.
1. A physical change is a change of matter from one form to another without a change in
Ternary Ionic Compounds - Worksheet
If the name of the compound is given, write the formula. If the formula of the compound is
given, write the name.
1. calcium nitrite a4, 0
2. BaSO4 &1m i M (/me
3. silver acetate CL
4. Srso3 M/WK/ L]: (75
1. Identify each of the following substances as pure substances, heterogeneous mixtures, or homogeneous
Health Lesson 16
Aim: What are Sexually Transmitted Illnesses (STIs)?
I. STI Sexually Transmitted Illness
a.i. Being sexually active
a.ii. Having more than one sexual partner
a.iii. Having a sexual partner who has had multiple sexual partners
Health Lesson 1
Aim #1: What is Health?
Health state of well-being in which physical, emotional, social, mental, spiritual, and environmental health are all in balance.
a. Physical Health the way the body functions
b. Emotional Health expressing your e
Health Lesson 9
Aim #9: How does Sleep Deprivation affect my health?
I. Sleep Deprivation lack of sleep.
a. Causes stress-related problems
b. Cause increased risk for getting sick
c. Causes increased risk for dangerous accidents
d. 60% of American adults
Health Lesson 8
Aim#8: How does Physical Fitness help ones health?
I. Physical Fitness the ability of the body to carry out daily physical activities without getting out of
breath, sore, or overly tired.
a. Sedentary lifestyles can be linked to chronic di
Health Lesson 7
Aim#7: How do I use Conflict Resolution to deal with Conflict?
I. Conflict a disagreement
a. Factors that lead to Conflict between Teens
a.i. Feeling threatened
a.ii. Unmanaged anger
Fatigue can cause a person to be more irritable
Health Lesson 6
Aim #6: What is Violence & Abuse?
I. Violence any physical force that is used to harm people or damage property
a. 12 people under the age of 20 die from injury by a firearm every day
b. Hate Crime violent act against someone due to differ
Health Lesson 5
Aim #5: What are the 7 Warning Signs of Suicidal Behavior?
I. Suicide the act of intentionally taking ones own life
a.i. People who consider, do so briefly
a.ii. People who have attempted & failed are usually grateful to be alive
Health Lesson 4
Aim #4: What causes Stress?
Stress bodys & minds response to a demand.
a. Stressor any situation that puts demand on the body or mind
a.i. Environmental pollution, overcrowding, noise, natural disasters
a.ii. Biological illness, disabil
Health Lesson #3
Aim #3: What is Mental Health?
Mental Health the state of well-being in which one can cope with the demands of daily life
a. Sense of control
b. Ability to endure failures & frustrations
c. Ability to see events positively
d. Ability t
Health Lesson 14
Aim: How does Alcohol affect the body?
I. Alcohol Ethanol, a waste product in yeast fermentation of simple sugars in fruits, grains, roots, etc.
A. Intoxication physical & mental changes produced by drinking alcohol
1. Beer is not necessa
Health Lesson 13
Aim: How do Drugs affect the brain?
I. Brain made of billions of neurons (nerve cells) connected to each other that transmit information
A. Information processing takes place at the synapses (connections between neurons)
a. Neuron release
Health Lesson 12
Aim: What are Drugs?
Drug any substance that causes a change in a persons physical or psychological state
A. Medicine any drug that is used to cure, prevent, or treat illness or discomfort
1. Effectiveness medicine carries out its task
Health Lesson 11
Aim #11: How do I read a Food Label?
I. Serving Size = found at top of label
II. Calories = 2,000-2,500 needed per day
a. Calorie Free less than 5 cal
b. Light/Lite 40 cal or less
c. Reduced Calorie 25% fewer calories than regular brand
Health Lesson 10
Aim #10: How do you know if you are eating a balanced, healthy diet?
I. Nutrition the science or study of food and the ways in which the body uses food
a. Calories energy found in food
a.i. Girls 1500-2000 calories per day
a.ii. Boys 2200
Health Lesson #2
Aim #2: How do Communication Skills affect our Mental Health?
Do Now: Health IQ Survey
a.i. does not offer opposition when challenged or pressured
a.ii. goes along with what other people want