Directions for Fast Track Students: Click on all the different links to study for all 5 of your subject exams and read/study the information. You may wish to take notes since you're allowed to use your notes for each subject exam. For Math, use the AAAMath link to do exercises and practice in whole numbers, decimals, word problems, fractions, percents, measurement, probability, pre-algebra, geometry, and algebra. You will be permitted to use a calculator on the math exam. After this, visit the PowerPoints webpage too.
Directions for High School Students:Click on your assignment, then take notes, using your own words, for everything listed within the assignment on a microsoft word document. Make a discussion in a few paragraphs and give examples. You can also include charts, graphs or pictures to explain your words. You may be asked to do a YouTube presentation, VoiceThread, or Sound Cloud podcast. You would then state each of the questions, then answer it and copy and paste your link to a microsoft word document. Sometimes you will be asked to do a PowerPoint presentation, in which case you will create a slideshow with bulleted information - not complete sentences, and add pictures and/or sound and simply turn in the powerpoint without being on a word document. Be sure to use the proper homework header on your document.
Language Arts: Reading
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World History Geography Civics and Government Economics
History and Historiography
This site contains links to a fascinating assortment of documents and articles on topics ranging across history.
Intro. World Religion Website
This site contains an introduction to the worlds religions as well as a study of their history, customs and practices. Hinduism was the first religion.
Practice in whole numbers, decimals, word problems, fractions, percents, measurement, probability, pre-algebra, geometry, and algebra on the AAAMath link below: