IB HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS
Download the attached files.
- Print the Period One outline, fill in the outline from the Period One slides.
- Read the article "Who Was Columbus?" and create a list of Ten "Takeaways" after reading. Meaning - what are some of the major points and realizations you observed about Columbus after reading?
- Read and follow the directions of the primary source analysis: Two Spanish Priests
- Find a map of Native American societies in North America or use the one attached. Complete the Native American Case Study.
- Or they can use the map on on Slide 14 from the Period One slides file.
Hon MYP BIO
Kahn Academy Biology suggested units: Cells; Energy & Transport
Kahn Academy suggested AP Biology units: Chemistry of Life; Cell Structure and Function
Kahn Academy AP Chemistry suggested units: Acids & Bases; Periodic Table
Kahn Academy AP Physics suggested unit: One Dimensional Motion
IB BIO Year 1
BioNinja Standard Level Topics 1 & 2 (https://ib.bioninja.com.au/welcome-to-the-bioninja/)
IB BIO Year 2
BioNinja Standard Level Review Topics 1 - 5 (https://ib.bioninja.com.au/welcome-to-the-bioninja/); Reading Journal - IA Topic on Kognity
IB Physics Year 1
Kahn Academy AP Physics suggested unit: One Dimensional Motion
IB Physcis Year 2
View the IA Topic on Kognity. Begin Section 1 of the Brainstorming Document from Mr. Hearn (attached). Email Mr. Hearn with questions.
IB ESS Year 1 & 2
Find 3 current journal articles about environmental impacts (local, national, or global) and summarize the key points. Then write 3 - 5 questions or suggestions in response to the article
Honors Algebra II
Go to the Flipped Math website and click on Algebra I (Common Core). Download the packet, watch the video & take notes, and practice the sections below. These are topics that should have been taught in Algebra I, but not everyone finished due to COVID. Answer keys are also posted online so students and parents can review their work.
10.1 Intro to Quadratics
9.4 Finding Zeros (Roots)
11.2 Solving Quadratics using Square Roots
11.4 Completing the Square
11.3 Quadratic Formula
Kahn Academy Link
Scroll down to "Constructing Lines and Angles." Please watch all 6 videos. Constructions have been removed from this year's curriculum due to time constraints. You do not need to purchase a compass/protractor set.
Honors 9th Grade Lit
Read the book "Warriors Don't Cry" by Melba Patillo Beals
How to Read Like a Writer
Read the article and questions.
TOK Year 1
Pick 2 or more articles about "Mail-in Voting" that represent different viewpoints. The students will compare and contrast the articles and discuss "What are the responsibilities of media outlets in transferring knowledge and how do we know who to trust?" **Students may choose another topic if desired. 2 page double-spaced maximum with sources properly cited.
PPS Year 1
See Canvas page. Do the home page and print out syllabus. Do the modules of PPS Binder and Module 0.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: MAY 2020 IB EXAMS
The May 2020 IB Exam session has been cancelled. Please see this letter from the IBO:
While the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in our time, the IB is working on a solution to the award of grades and Diplomas that affirms student achievement. For 52 years, IB scores and Diplomas have been awarded to students unable to sit for exams because of war, disease, famine, and natural disasters. We have been fortunate in that only now are we, too, being affected.
New information about the process of awarding grades and Diplomas will be released to coordinators by 27 March. As soon as I get it, I will post it here and send Remind texts to let you know about the update.
For years, Richmond Academy IB students have challenged themselves by taking the most rigorous course of study available to them; they have sacrificed, and they have postponed gratification with the promise that it would be worth it. That hard work pays off in more than just exam scores. Our students become IB learners - they demonstrate qualities that make them stronger people.
I know many students are very concerned about earning college credit for their work - the IB is working with universities around the world to assure that student achievement is recognized as it always has been.
To that end, it is VERY IMPORTANT that students continue to do their best on the INTERNAL ASSESSMENTS they are still working on. They will still be submitted, graded, and moderated. Updated deadlines for our students will be coming out soon.
I hope you and your family are doing well - we will all come through this together, and stronger!
On, on ARC!
Please read this information about applying to the Georgia School Board Association's Youth Advisory Council for 2020-21.
Must be in class of 2022 or 2023.
From Georgia School Board Association: Applications are now open for the 2020 GSBA Youth Advisory Council. GSBA Youth Advisory Council members (YAC) will have the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills and contribute to their community by affecting positive change for students across Georgia. Not only will these discussions impact the lives of other students, but it will also provide valuable knowledge for public education leaders throughout the state. Topics that the students will be exploring include: School Climate and Safety, Social and Emotional Needs of Today’s Students, College and Career Opportunities, Public Speaking, and Much More. Applications are due by February 21, 2020. Click here for more information and an application: http://gsba.com/yac.
Requirements for Consideration:
- Sophomore or Junior in the 2020-2021 school year
- Attend a public school in the state of Georgia
- Must commit to attending all YAC meetings – two in-person and 4 video conferences
- Must complete the full application process – electronic application (1st round) and video submission (2nd round)
- Be open-minded and willing to work with peers
Click here for: Police Camp Information
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is a rigorous college preparatorycourse of study for highly motivated high school students. The program features a comprehensivecurriculum that contains both breadth and depth in its focus. The IB program of studies providesstudents of various linguistic, cultural and educational backgrounds with the intellectual, social,critical thinking skills, and perspective necessary for the adult world.
IB Applications are closed until November 2019
Important IB Programme Dates: Click HERE!
Shadowing Request Link: Click HERE to request a shadowing visit!Academy of Richmond County is a candidate school* for the Middle Years Programme. This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Academy of Richmond County believes is important for our students. *Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme or the Career-related Programme (CP). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http://www.ibo.org