Mr. Millard's 1st quarter of English 11 for 2016 school year.

Mr. Millard's 1st quarter of AVID for the 2016-17 school year.

Information and instructions for students who are working on projects for English credit.

Mr. Millard's 1st quarter of English 12 for the 2016-2017 School Year

This course focuses on two main area of Mathematics:
1. Probability

  • The basics of probability.
  • Use organizational strategies to calculate possible outcomes for events.
  • Use mathematical methods to solve number of outcomes and probabilities.
  • Learn about expected value and how it relates to our world today.

2. Statistics

  • Learn the vocabulary of statistics
  • Understand and use proper techniques and data analysis methods to conduct a statistical study.
  • Use different methods to display data.
  • Draw conclusions and identify significant trends using data.

 

Course Syllabus

Students in Environmental Science will be studying the interaction between humans and their environment. This will include looking at the cycling of nutrients, and how living and nonliving things work together.

Course Syllabus

Civic skills, civic values and principles of democracy,rights and responsibilities, gov't institutions and political processes, and relationships of the U.S. to other nations and organizations.

This unit covers the MN Academic Standards in English/Language Arts for Reading Literature [RL]: Key Ideas and Details 11.4.1.1; 11.4.2.2; 11.4.3.3

Time: ~3 weeks

This course is open to guest access with the Language Arts enrollment key.

Tags: Mythology, Flood, Hero

Traditional photography course taught using digital cameras and photo editing software.

This unit will introduce and reinforce grammar concepts.

This unit covers the MN Academic Standards in English/Language Arts for Reading Literature [RL] and Reading Informational Texts [RI].

Time: ~6 weeks

This course is open to guest access with the Language Arts enrollment key.

This is a back-up copy of physics as of June 2009

This course focuses on two main area of Mathematics:
1. Probability

  • The basics of probability.
  • Use organizational strategies to calculate possible outcomes for events.
  • Use mathematical methods to solve number of outcomes and probabilities.
  • Learn about expected value and how it relates to our world today.

2. Statistics

  • Learn the vocabulary of statistics
  • Understand and use proper techniques and data analysis methods to conduct a statistical study.
  • Use different methods to display data.
  • Draw conclusions and identify significant trends using data.

 

Course Syllabus

This course on sound is designed to give learners an online interactive experience learning about the physics and mathematics of sound.  The unit is certainly not exhaustive of the topic but is a start for students to learn by creating and recording with software such as Audacity and Visual Analyzer.  My hope is that as time allows for myself and others and as the long tail of the internet reaches far that this can serve as a collaborative seed to a great moodle unit on learning the physics and mathematics of sound.  The next block could include an experiment on open and closed pipes.  Create and Share.

Success in college and the workplace requires a variety of basic skills. This Student Success course emphasizes three broad areas of skills that will better prepare students for success both in the classroom and in life: academic skills, career building, and money management.

This is a high school Language Arts course which focuses on writing a creative personal essay based on the "This I Believe" radio series.

Students will be led through a variety of interactive activities that guide them to an understanding of what a personal essay is, as well as support them through the process of writing their own essays.

Students will use a variety of technologies in this class and will work supported by an instructor through both online and face-to-face feedback.

Course covers major topics relating to the study of government in the U.S.

This course will cover American History from 1492 until Reconstruction.

This course will be aligned to the 2012 Minnesota Social Studies Standards. It will begin with human migrations from Africa and the earliest known civilizations and cover the rise and fall of great Mediterranean, African, Asian, and American civilizations and empires. It will explore the beginnings of the world's ancient religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It will also cover the standards and benchmarks associated with the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and The Global Age, Exploration, and the Colonization of the Americas.

This course content will cover World History topics from the Global Age and Discovery to present day. Assignments and resources will be aligned to Minnesota graduation standards and benchmarks.