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ALL DAY ALL SAINTS’

PARENT PLANNING GUIDE THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SAINT


WHAT IS ALL DAY @ ALL SAINTS’? One day a year, we invite current and prospective All Saints' parents to experience a day in the life of a Saint. Plan your day for as much or as little as your schedule allows. Our teachers are ready for you any time.

SHOULD I PARTICIPATE?

WHAT STEPS DO I NEED TO TAKE? STEP 1: Mark your calendar to be at All Saints’ on January 23.

“Last year was my first year to attend All Day @ All Saints’, and I was blown away by the depth of the classes in the Upper School (my favorite was Dr. Pointer's US History class). I've been so impressed by the All Saints' journey so far and now am even more excited for my daughter to experience Upper School.” – Current Middle School Parent

STEP 2: Review the Planning Guide and plan your day. STEP 3: RSVP online at www.asesftw.org/Admission or call 817.560.5746.

QUESTIONS?

“I went to several Admission events for All Saints' last year, but this one stood out. It was a chance to see the teachers engaging the students and explore the campus on our own time. I took a half day off work to attend, and I consider it a wise investment.” – Prospective (now current) Lower School Parent

Email Admission@aseschool.org or call 817.560.5746.

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Gathering Areas

REGISTRATION 7:30-3:00 Simpson Upper School

ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL SERVICES

8:00-8:30 – Lower School 8:45-9:00 – Early Childhood 9:55-10:05 – Middle School 11:15-12:00 – Upper School Eucharist

MEET AND GREET WITH HEAD OF SCHOOL, DR. TAD BIRD

Tastes of SAGE Dining Services 12:15-1:15 Upper School Sid W. Richardson Library 2


Dillard Center for Early Childhood Education

Moncrief Lower School

Bass Middle School

Simpson Upper School 3


Dillard Center for Early Childhood Education 3-YEAR-OLDS

PRE-KINDERGARTEN

Room 118, Jennifer West

Room 109, Jennifer Kramer

(2 DAY PROGRAM)

8:45-9:00

Daily Chapel

9:15-10:00

Creative Dance (Dance Building)

10:00-11:00

Circle Time and Rotating Centers

11:00-11:30 Lunch

11:30-12:30

Playground, Group Art, Storytime

12:45-1:00 Spanish

1:00-2:00 Quiet Time

2:00-2:30

Afternoon Circle Time and Pack Up

3-YEAR-OLDS (5 DAY PROGRAM)

Room 107, Carter Goree

8:45-9:00

Daily Chapel

9:00-9:50

Circle Time and Playground

10:00-11:00

4 Center Rotation – literacy center, math center, home living and floor toys

(5 DAY PROGRAM)

8:45-9:00

Daily Chapel

9:00-10:00

4 Center Rotation – literacy center, phonics listening activity, reading and SMART Tables Playground and Group Art

11:00-11:45

Center Rotation – Everyday Math, phonics, independent centers

11:45-12:20 12:40-1:00

11:45-12:15 Playground

1:00-2:00

Music

Room Time and Music

1:00-2:00

Center Rotation, cont’d.

2:00-2:30

Afternoon Circle Time and Pack Up

BRIDGE KINDERGARTEN Room 124, Missy Carson

8:45-9:00

Daily Chapel

9:00-10:00 Circle Time

10:00-11:30

11:30-12:15

Quiet Time, Afternoon Circle Time and Pack Up

6 Center Rotation – language arts, handwriting, math, art, fine motor skills and reading

Lunch

11:30-12:30

1:00-2:30

Circle Time

12:30-1:00

Lunch

Lunch

Circle Time and Group Activity

9:00-10:00 10:00-11:30

10:00-11:00

6 Center Rotation – language arts, handwriting, math, art, fine motor skills and reading

12:30-1:00

Room 113, Mikal Dillard

8:45-9:00

Daily Chapel

11:00-11:30

Room time and Music

BRIDGE KINDERGARTEN

Godly Play (Chapel)

12:30-1:00 Lunch

1:00-2:00 Playground

2:00-2:30 Music

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2:00-2:30 Technology


Moncrief Lower School KINDERGARTEN Room 118, Samantha Ahern Room 122, Caren Roderick Room 120, Julie Yater

8:00-8:30 Daily Chapel

8:30-9:00

Students will engage in a Writers’ Workshop mini-lesson and writing project.

9:00-11:30

Students will rotate by class through the following: • Fireside Meeting/Calendar Time • Art (Room 130) – study of Mary Cassatt and the impressionist movement in art history with Monet seascape • Everyday Math - develop and extend measurement skills by using nonstandard units of measure to measure objects • Recess

11:30-12:00 Lunch

12:00-2:15

9:00-11:00

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Daily 5 - read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, word work and writing • Science Lab (Room 132) – explore what happens to dull pennies when washed with vinegar and salt • Math/Art Integration – using a modern art masterpiece to explore fractions • Recess

11:00-11:30

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Writers’ Workshop – write a summary of a story that was read aloud • Spanish (Room 116) – building sentences exercises with new vocabulary • Social Studies – exploring the Arctic • Math/Art Integration – using a modern art masterpiece to explore fractions • Daily 5 - read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, word work and writing • Recess

2:15-3:00

8:00-8:30

P.E. (Martin Gym) - Bowling Pin Dodgeball

GRADE 1

Room 119, Jessica Bingaman Room 121, Lynne Pendergrass Room 117, Kari Zelms

8:00-8:30 Daily Chapel

8:30-9:00

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Calendar Time/Daily 5 Mini-Lesson • Social Studies – exploring the Arctic • Spanish (Room 116) – building sentences exercises with new vocabulary

11:30-12:35

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Everyday Math – division stories and sharing equally • Daily 5 - read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, word work and writing

12:35-1:20 1:20-3:00

11:30-2:15

2:15-3:00

Lunch

P.E. (Martin Gym) - Bowling Pin Dodgeball

Lunch

Students will rotate by class through the following: • Daily 5 – read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, word work and writing • Everyday Math – develop and extend measurement skills by using nonstandard units of measure to measure objects • Music (Room 129) – Cinderella Ball preparation by singing and waltzing

11:00-11:30

P.E. (Martin Gym) - Bowling Pin Dodgeball

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Language Arts – compound words and contractions • Everyday Math – division stories and sharing equally • Weekly Word Check/Homework Planners • Recess

GRADE 3

Room 125, Allison Edmonds Room 123, Jamie Powers Room 127, Autumn Rosser

8:00-8:30 Daily Chapel

GRADE 2

Room 126, Jennifer Albritton Room 124, Annabelle Gallo Room 128, Vanessa Morales Daily Chapel

8:30-9:30

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Language Arts – compound words and contractions • Everyday Math – division stories and sharing equally

9:30-11:00

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Daily 5 - read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, word work and writing • Spanish (Room 116) – practice noun/ adjective agreement • Technology (Room 115) – work in Kidspiration and Type to Learn 4 typing program • Library (Room 133) – locating and checking out fiction 5

8:30-11:00

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Everyday Math and Math/Art Integration geometry • Daily 5 - read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, word work and writing • Writers’ Workshop – drafting and proofreading a “seed” story • Music (Room 129) – recorder study by playing and writing • Recess

11:00-11:30 Lunch

11:30-12:35

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Spanish - masculine and feminine nouns and adjectives • Writer’s Workshop – drafting and proofreading “seed” story • Music (Room 129) – recorder study by playing and writing


12:35-1:20

P.E. (Martin Gym) - Bowling Pin Dodgeball

1:20-3:00

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Science Lab (Room 132) – soil investigation • Spanish – masculine and feminine nouns and adjectives • Writers’ Workshop – drafting and proofreading a “seed” story • Recess

GRADE 4

2:15-3:00

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Science – exploring the ecosystems around the world • Reading Workshop – exploring the Mystery genre • Everyday Math – partial quotients and division algorithms

Room 108, Betsy Ferebee - Math Room 110, Tracie Roten - English Room 106, Barclay Wilson - Science

8:00-8:30

8:00-8:30

8:30-9:15

Daily Chapel

8:30-10:00

Daily Chapel

P.E. (Martin Gym) - Boy’s Basketball and Girl’s Soccer

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Reading Workshop – exploring the Mystery genre • Everyday Math – partial quotients and division algorithms • Spanish – formal plural nouns • Art (Room 130) – study of Mary Cassatt and the impressionist movement in art history with parent and child self-portrait

9:15-12:00

10:00-12:00

12:00-12:30

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Everyday Math – partial quotients and division algorithms • Spanish – formal plural nouns

12:00-12:30 Lunch

12:30-1:25

Students will engage by class in the following, now or at another time during the day: • Reading Workshop – exploring the Mystery genre • Art (Room 130) – study of Mary Cassatt and the impressionist movement in art history with parent and child self-portrait

1:25-2:10

P.E. (Martin Gym) – Boy’s Basketball and Girl’s Soccer

Room 114A, Matt Becker – Math Room 114B, David Gaul – Science Room 113, Melissa Gresham – English Room 112, Andi Hart – History and Literature

8:00-8:30 Daily Chapel

8:30-10:40

GRADE 5

Room 109, Mandy Bryson Room 107, Melissa Carroll Room 111, Kathryn Gilpin

GRADE 6

Students will rotate by class through the following: • Math – analyzing geometric properties of the students’ names • English – Author’s Chair activity whereby each student shares an essay he/she has written for peer evaluation • Science – Bogs!: Bog maintenance and training Lunch

12:30-1:15

Students will engage by class in two of the following: • English – analyze characters and themes in The Outsiders • Math – finding areas of polygons • Science – study of rockets/building and firing tin foil rockets • History – the Industrial Revolution and inventions

10:40-11:25

P.E. (Martin Gym) – Boy’s Basketball and Girl’s Soccer

11:30-12:00 Lunch

12:05-2:10

Students will engage by class in two of the following: • English – analyze characters and themes in The Outsiders • Math – finding areas of polygons • Science – study of rockets/building and firing tin foil rockets • History – the Industrial Revolution and inventions

2:15-2:35

Grade 5 Study Hall

Recess

1:15-2:15

Students will rotate by class through the following, according to the day: • Spanish (Room 116) – discuss the life and work of Diego Velazquez • Religion – discuss the Puritan Meeting House as exemplified in The Old Ship in Hingham, MA • Art (Room 130)- study of Mary Cassatt and the impressionist movement in art history with Monet outdoor watercolor

2:15-3:00

Great Lives Biographies Roundtable Discussion

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2:40-3:25

Students will rotate by class through the following, according to the day: • Spanish (Room 116) – compare and contrast the weather in Spain and Texas using Celsius and Fahrenheit • Religion – discuss the parable of “The Rich Man and Lazarus” (Luke 16:19-31) • Music (Room 129) – how to play guitar for another student to sing • Art (Room 130) – study of Mary Cassatt and the impressionist movement in art history with pointillism project


Bass Middle School 8:30 - 9:50

Ancient History Room 203, Leann Adams The Epic of Gilgamesh: Beginning the study of the oldest piece of literature in the world. Latin 7 Room 209, Jordan Amy '07 "Aeneas escapes from Polyphemus": Students act out a scene from Aeneid. Latin 8 Room 210, Robert Bradbury   Ludi Circenses: “Circus Games”- Students present live or video presentations of the play, Fabella. Pre-Algebra 8 Room 205, Anne Butrum What are the Odds?: Fun games to learn probability. English 7 Room 208, Liza Caruthers Odyssey vs. Sea of Monsters: Comparing and contrasting the novels.

MODIFIED BLOCK SCHEDULE - THURSDAY

Spanish 7 Room 211, Kelsey de la Torre 7th Grade School Day: Learning and practicing how to converse about their daily class schedules, their favorite classes, what they have to do to achieve good grades, and what a typical school day looks like. Art 7/8 Room 212, Julie Grant Fun with clay!: Students will be making animal inspired pinch pots for basic clay building and sculpture techniques. Religion 8 Room 206, Lucinda Hoad Exploring your Religion: Students are focusing on personal religious perspectives and why they connect with them. English 8 Room 209, Mae Maly Montague vs. Capulet Family Feud: Fun review of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Theatre Art 7/8 Room 214, Brian Mathis Intro to musical theatre: Students will participate in interactive singing and acting exercises. Geometry Room 207, Monica Wilson Students will be working on an International Space Station project. Physical Science Room 215, Peggy Wilson “What is a substance; what is a mixture? And why is that important?”: Students will be engaging in a lab on differing substances from mixtures. European History Room 201, Lynn Wood England develops: As the kingdom of England and France began to develop into nations, students learn how certain democratic traditions evolved.

9:55-10:05

Daily Chapel

10:08 - 11:28

Ancient History Room 203, Leann Adams The Epic of Gilgamesh: Beginning the study of the oldest piece of literature in the world.

English 8 Room 209, Mae Maly Montague vs. Capulet Family Feud: Fun review of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

English 7 Room 208, Liza Caruthers Odyssey vs. Sea of Monsters: Comparing and contrasting the novels.

Theatre Art 7/8 Room 214, Brian Mathis Intro to musical theatre: Students will participate in interactive singing and acting exercises.

Art 7 Room 212, Julie Grant Fun with clay!: Students will be making animal inspired pinch pots for basic clay building and sculpture techniques. Religion 8 Room 206, Lucinda Hoad Exploring your Religion: Students are focusing on personal religious perspectives and why they connect with them.

Life Science Room 213, Joseph Morris You said WHAT is in my yogurt?: Discovering microbes under the microscope. Algebra Room 207, Monica Wilson Students will be using fun methods and activities to review for an Algebra test.

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Physical Science Room 215, Peggy Wilson “What is a substance; what is a mixture? And why is that important?”: Students will be engaging in a lab on differing substances from mixtures. European History Room 201, Lynn Wood England develops: As the kingdom of England and France began to develop into nations, students learn how certain democratic traditions evolved.


11:31 - 12:51

Ancient History Room 203, Leann Adams The Epic of Gilgamesh: Beginning the study of the oldest piece of literature in the world. Latin 7 Room 201, Jordan Amy ‘07 "Aeneas escapes from Polyphemus": Students act out a scene from Aeneid. Transitional Latin Room 210, Robert Bradbury Ludi Circenses: "Circus Games"-  Students present live or video presentations of the play, Fabella. Pre-Algebra 7 Room 205, Anne Butrum What are the Odds?: Fun games to learn probability.

Spanish 8 Room 211, Kelsey de la Torre Sports: The 8th grade students will learn to talk about the sports they play and their favorite professional teams and athletes.

Theatre Art 7/8 Room 214, Brian Mathis Intro to musical theatre: Students will participate in interactive singing and acting exercises.

Art 7/8 Room 212, Julie Grant Fun with clay!: Students will be making animal inspired pinch pots for basic clay building and sculpture techniques.

Life Science Room 213, Joseph Morris You said WHAT is in my yogurt?: Discovering microbes under the microscope.

Religion 8 Room 206, Lucinda Hoad "Exploring your Religion": Students are focusing on personal religious perspectives and why they connect with them.

Algebra Room 207, Monica Wilson Students will be using fun methods and activities to review for an Algebra test.

English 8 Room 209, Mae Maly Montague vs. Capulet Family Feud: Fun review of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

12:55-1:40 Lunch

1:45 - 3:05

Latin 7 Room 206, Jordan Amy ‘07 "Aeneas escapes from Polyphemus": Students act out a scene from Aeneid. Latin 8 Room 210, Robert Bradbury Ludi Circenses: "Circus Games"-  Students present live or video presentations of the play, Fabella.

Art 7/8 Room 212, Julie Grant Fun with clay!: Students will be making animal inspired pinch pots for basic clay building and sculpture techniques. English 8 Room 209, Mae Maly Montague vs. Capulet Family Feud: Fun review of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

English 7 Room 208, Liza Caruthers Odyssey vs. Sea of Monsters: Comparing and contrasting the novels.

Life Science Room 213, Joseph Morris You said WHAT is in my yogurt?: Discovering microbes under the microscope.

Spanish 7 Room 211, Kelsey de la Torre 7th Grade School Day: Learning and practicing how to converse about their daily class schedules, their favorite classes, what they have to do to achieve good grades and what a typical school day looks like.

Physical Science Room 215, Peggy Wilson “What is a substance; what is a mixture? And why is that important?”: Students will be engaging in a lab on differing substances from mixtures.

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European History Room 201, Lynn Wood England develops: As the kingdom of England and France began to develop into nations, students learn how certain democratic traditions evolved.


Simpson Upper School 8:45 - 9:55

BLOCK SCHEDULE - “B” DAY

AP Calculus Room E104, Charlotte Cowser Analyzing functions and their derivative: Students will work collaboratively to match function and derivative formulas to graphs of the function, its first derivative and second derivative.

Biology Room S103, Sharron Braun In a unit on how organisms use energy, students study cellular respiration. They will design experiments to test the effects of sucrose concentration on the rate of alcoholic fermentation in yeast.

AP Calculus BC Room W203, Greg Nowlin Derivatives and Antiderivatives of Polar Functions: Students will analyze the graphs of Polar Functions using derivatives and antiderivatives. Techniques for locating horizontal and vertical tangent lines will be explored, as well as methods for finding areas within Polar curves.

Chemistry Room E103, Brooke Terry Students will be exploring Periodic Table Trends using a visual representation of straws cut to the desired length and placed accordingly on the Periodic Table.

AP English Language and Literature Room S206, Ruth Cheatham Students will present videos of the tales from Chuacer’s “Marriage Group” from The Canterbury Tales. AP Spanish Language Room E202, Sydney Munson Students will be utilizing authentic articles to study the various contexts of the AP theme, Personal Identities. They will evaluate and synthesize the articles in order to answer the essential questions associated with the assorted subthemes. Art II Room N201, Nola Jean Graham Students will create scratchboard art. Scratchboard is a medium, an illustrative technique using knife tools for etching into a thin layer of white China clay that is coated with black India ink. There is emphasis on the Elements of Design: line, value and texture. Students will explore the drawing techniques: hatching, cross hatching and stippling. Biblical Theology Room E100, David Parks Beliefs motivate some of the most profound good and systemic evil in our world. In this junior level course, we will be asking the question, “What does it mean to believe?” We will take a realistic approach to the nature of belief and discuss how it impacts not only Christianity, but other World Religions as well.

Drama III Room E201, James Venhaus Exploring Shakespeare through performance. Students will explore the poetic language and complex characters of Shakespeare as they rehearse and perform monologues from his classic plays.

Ethics Room S204, Lance Brown Students will engage in an analysis of a realworld ethical dilemma and will then discuss its implications on society. Government Room S201, Ann Baldwin The Political Spectrum-Where are You? Students will engage in an analysis of the political spectrum and all that it entails. Latin III Room E203, Eric LaPointe Students will engage in a cultural activity designed to broaden the understanding of the language. Latin III Honors Room E209, Dr. John Meny Students will analyze how the classics relate to various global perspectives.

“East Meets West”  Room S205, Bart Pointer In this upper level elective course that explores the impact of Western Civilization on Eastern cultures, we will have a seminarstyle discussion on the rise of the Warrior Class in Japan and an overview of the Samurai culture.

Old Testament Room S103, Hope Benko Joseph shaped the history of his family and the nation of Israel through his faith, forgiveness and interpretation of dreams. We’ll wonder together about how he managed these to forgive his brothers and explore if God might be talking through our dreams.

English II Room S207, Nancy Crossley Copying the Masters: An exercise with sentence models.

Percussion IV Honors Room S105, Liam Gluck Students will practice rudiments and techniques on several different kinds of drums.

English II Honors Room S202, Amy Wright Students will be using a roundtable discussion to discuss their reading of Huckleberry Finn. The objective of the lesson is to focus on Twain’s use of satire. In addition, some of Mark Twain’s short stories will be introduced to emphasize Twain’s use of humor.

Physics 1 Room S102, Lyle Crossley Students will study the behavior of a pendulum, including determining the effect of mass and string length on the period of a pendulum.

English III Room E102, Scott Jarrett Using Hamlet as the focal point, students will engage in a character analysis while discussing how the work still connects with contemporary readers and audiences. English IV Honors Room S204, Stephanie Wooten Students will identify and analyze the creative uses of language in Shakespeare’s Othello.

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Spanish V & Spanish IV Honors Room E205, Leslie Wittenbraker El Aprendiz: Students will continue to improve their command of the subjunctive tense while developing an advertising campaign for advertising mogul Lluís Bassa, the Donald Trump of Spain. Western Civilization II Honors Room S203, Ted Arrington Classroom discussion will focus on the Napoleonic Era. Students will engage in an analysis of the wars and the impact they had on society.


10:00 - 11:10

Algebra II Room E106, Leland Skow Students will develop their algebraic problem solving skills as they work collectively to discuss and solve rational expressions and equations.

Ethics Room E106, Lance Brown Students will engage in an analysis of a real-world ethical dilemma and will then discuss its implications on society.

AP Government Room S201, Ann Baldwin Civil Liberties: A Role-Playing Activity. Students will be asked to decide which rights to keep and which rights to eliminate. Get ready for some heated debate!

Government Honors Room S209, Dave Ostroff The Presidency: Explain and analyze the growth of presidential power since the 1930s: have expanded presidential powers transformed the democratic nature of our American system?

AP Statistics Room E102, Robert Kershaw Students will dive deep into probability problems by way of analyzing data and identifying real-world applications.

Introduction to Marine Biology Room S103, Sharron Braun Students will be designing and creating a salt water habitat to establish an aquaculture of Artemia.

Art II Room N201, Nola Jean Graham Students will create pastel drawings of pears. Pastel is an art medium in the form of a stick, consisting of pure powdered pigment and a binder. This assignment will focus on the Elements of Design: color, texture, value, form and space. The style of painting which will be emphasized is Impressionism.

Latin II Room E203 S, Eric LaPointe A lesson on grammar and its proper use as well as a series of presentations of translations.

English I Room S202, Amy Wright Of Mice and Men: students will be involved in a class discussion/activity that focuses on the concept of “the moral dilemma.”

Physics 2 Room S102, Lyle Crossley Students will study the behavior of a pendulum, including determining the effect of mass and string length on the period of a pendulum.

English II Room S207, Nancy Crossley Copying the Masters: An exercise with sentence models. English III Room E101, Scott Jarrett Using The Tragedy of Julius Caesar as the focal point, students will evaluate the qualities of leadership and the factors that contribute to evaluating leaders.

Latin II Honors Room E209, Dr. John Meny Students will analyze how the classics relate to various global perspectives.

PreCalculus Room E108, Carol Childress Students will define and apply integral exponents through growth and decay. Spanish II Room E-206, Doris Williams Students will be working with the preterite tense of regular and irregular verbs in Spanish. They will be presenting several conversations using the appropiate tenses to talk about what they did last summer.

11:15-12:00 Weekly Eucharist

12:00-12:45 Lunch

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Spanish III Room E204, Anne Taulbee Students will use past and subjunctive tenses to engage in Spanish conversation, act in a Spanish skit, narrate a story in Spanish and discuss the scenes from a Spanish telenovela. Spanish III Honors Room E202, Sydney Munson The students will be learning about Central America, the environment and natural disasters using various speaking, reading, writing` and listening activities. US History Honors Room S205, Bart Pointer In this junior level honors course, we will have a class discussion reviewing the political, social and economic events that resulted in the U.S. Civil War. Additionally, there will be a student presentation on the formation of the Confederate States of America and the secession of our first seven states. WEB 2.0 Room S210, Kim Moore Students learn how to evaluate information found on the Internet. What makes a good website? What makes a bad website? Can you trust everything you read? Students will also begin using the social bookmarking website Live Binders to find 20 relevant websites on their topic. World History Honors Room E200, William Fanning Students will engage in a roundtable discussion regarding the Cold War, those involved and its impact on global policy/ relationships.


Simpson Upper School, cont. 12:50 - 2:00

Algebra I Room E103, Brooke Terry Find rates of change and slopes: Relate a consant rate of change to the slope of a line and find slope by using the slope formula. AP Biology Room S104, Marsha Johnson Students will be analyzing DNA fragments via a technique known as electrophoresis. This technique has many applications, including genomic mapping, paternity testing, forensic science and inheritance of specific genes. AP U.S. History Room S205, Bart Pointer In this junior level Advanced Placement course, we will have a class discussion reviewing the events of the 1800s that resulted in the United States’ Civil War (politically, socially and economically).  Art II Room N201, Nola Jean Graham Students will create scratchboard art. Scratchboard is a medium, an illustrative technique using knife tools for etching into a thin layer of white China clay that is coated with black India ink. There is emphasis on the Elements of Design: line, value and texture. Students will explore the drawing techniques: hatching, cross hatching and stippling. Biblical Theology Room E100, David Parks Beliefs motivate some of the most profound good and systemic evil in our world. In this junior level course, we will be asking the question, “What does it mean to believe?” We will take a realistic approach to the nature of belief and discuss how it impacts not only Christianity, but other World Religions as well. Choir III Room E107, Susan Wiles Rehearsal using many genres of music. English I Room S202, Amy Wright Of Mice and Men: students will be involved in a class discussion/activity that focuses on the concept of “the moral dilemma.”

BLOCK SCHEDULE - “B” DAY

English III Room E101, Scott Jarrett Using Hamlet as the focal point, students will engage in a character analysis while discussing how the work still connects with contemporary readers and audiences. English III Honors Room S206, Ruth Cheatham Students will present a talk show featuring the pilgrims from Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. Geometry Room E106, Leland Skow Students will engage in a classroom exercise involving circles, lines, line segments and angles. Honors Drama IV Room E201, James Venhaus Exploring Shakespeare through performance: Students will explore the poetic language and complex characters of Shakespeare as they rehearse and perform monologues from his classic plays. Honors Precalculus Room S102, Charlotte Cowser Transformations of functions: Students will work collaboratively to match parent functions and their graphs with transformation formulas and their graphs. Old Testament Room S103, Hope Benko Joseph shaped the history of his family and the nation of Israel through his faith, forgiveness and interpretation of dreams. We’ll wonder together about how he managed these to forgive his brothers and explore if God might be talking through our dreams. Physics 3 Room S102, Lyle Crossley Students will study the behavior of a pendulum, including determining the effect of mass and string length on the period of a pendulum. PreCalculus Room E108, Carol Childress Students will define and apply integral exponents through growth and decay. Publications/Yearbook Room S200, Kathryn Tiffany Preparing spreads for submission.

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Spanish II Room E206, Doris Williams Students will be working with the preterite tense of regular and irregular verbs in Spanish. They will be presenting several conversations using the appropiate tenses to talk about what they did last summer. Spanish III Room E204, Anne Taulbee Students will use past and subjuntcive tenses to engage in a Spanish conversation, act in a Spanish skit, narrate a story in Spanish and discuss scenes from a Spanish telenovela. Western Civilization II Honors Room S203, Ted Arrington Classroom discussion will focus on the Napoleonic Era. Students will engage in an analysis of the wars and the impact they had on society. World History Honors Room E200, William Fanning Students will engage in a roundtable discussion regarding the Cold War, those involved, and its impact on global policy/ relationships

1:00 - 1:45 COLLEGE ADVISING OVERVIEW McNair Theater This session will provide information to parents regarding the college advising journey which begins in freshman year.

2:00 - 2:45 TAD BIRD HONORS COLLEGE DEMONSTRATION

Sid W. Richardson Library Parents will engage in a “Design Systems” activity, emulating the Honors College experience of our current cohorts.


2:05 - 3:15

Algebra I Room E103, Brooke Terry Find rates of change and slopes: Relate a consant rate of change to the slope of a line and find slope by using the slope formula.

English I Room S202, Amy Wright Of Mice and Men: students will be involved in a class discussion/activity that focuses on the concept of “the moral dilemma.”

Algebra II Room E104, Charlotte Cowser The Real Number System: Students will construct a hands-on manipulative which they will classify numbers as rational numbers, irrational numbers, integers, whole numbers or natural numbers.

English IV Honors Room S204, Stephanie Wooten Students will identify and analyze the creative uses of language in Shakespeare’s Othello.

Algebra II Part 1 Room E108, Carol Childress Students will solve equations and word problems by factoring. Bioethics Room E207, Angela Kornman Students will come to class prepared to discuss and analyze bioethics issues they have seen come up in the current media. Biology Honors Room S103, Sharron Braun In a unit on how organisms use energy, students study cellular respiration. They will be designing experiments to test the effects of sucrose concentration on the rate of alcoholic fermentation in yeast. Calculus Honors Room E102, Robert Kershaw Students will continue a discussion on related rates problems which involve finding a rate at which a quantity changes by relating that quantity to other quantities whose rates of change are known. Chemistry Honors Room S104, Marsha Johnson Students will be continuing their study of molecular compounds, primarily learning how to draw Lewis structures. Lewis structures provide a 3-D representation of molecules for predicting compound properties. Digital Video Room E201, James Venhaus Film Making and Editing Using Final Cut Pro X. Students will screen their student created films as works in progress and learn editing techniques using the latest film making software.

Ethics Room W203, Lance Brown Students will engage in an analysis of a realworld ethical dilemma and will then discuss its implications on society. Geometry Honors Room E106, Leland Skow Students will engage in a classroom exercise involving circles, lines, line segments and angles. Modern World History Room E200, William Fanning Students will engage in a roundtable discussion regarding relations between different nations in the Middle East. New Testament Room E100, David Parks It is almost universal that most people have an opinion about who Jesus was. In this sophomore level course, we will discuss some of the opinions of two leading historical Jesus scholars, regarding who Jesus was and His mission. Pre AP Art Room N201, Nola Jean Graham Students will be creating mixed media Cubistic works drawn from still life paintings and drawings they have completed in class. This assignment focuses on the understanding and use of the Elements and Principals of Design, form and space. Students will study the works of Picasso for inspiration in creating their own Cubistic works. Publications/Yearbook Room S200, Kathryn Tiffany Preparing spreads for submission.

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Spanish I Room E-206, Doris Williams Students will be working with the present tense of regular verbs in Spanish. They will be reading and participating in conversations using the appropiate tense. Their conversations will reflect their every day routine. Spanish II Honors Room E205, Leslie Wittenbraker Proyecto Pasarela: Students will use their previous knowledge of comparatives and superlatives to create, edit and judge fashion pieces of their peer’s creation during Project Runway. Speech Room S206, Ruth Cheatham Students will present demonstration speeches. Topics in the past have included how to carve a jack-o-latern, how to make chocolate chip cookies, how to perfect Monty Python's silly walk and how to change a tire. WEB 2.0 Room S210, Kim Moore Students learn how to evaluate information found on the Internet. What makes a good website? What makes a bad website? Can you trust everything you read? Students will also begin using the social bookmarking website Live Binders to find 20 relevant websites on their topic.


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MISSION STATEMENT All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth promotes academic excellence in a nurturing, Christian environment and upholds the Anglican tradition of worship.

OUTCOME STATEMENT

A graduate of All Saints’ Episcopal School will exercise genius within through developing a relationship with God, by engaging the world and by serving others.

9700 Saints Circle, Fort Worth, Texas 76108 | 817.560.5700 | www.ASESFTW.org

Non-Discriminatory Policy All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth administers its personnel, academic, extracurricular and tuition assistance programs without regard to gender, race, religion, ethnicity or national origin.


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