Summer Assignments


ALL STUDENTS:
  in preparation for next year, please install Microsoft Office with OneNote.
To install Office (free) including OneNote:

Go to http://portal.microsoftonline.com and login using your school network (novell )ID in this format:  novellID@indianhill.onmicrosoft.com  (so Kris Kringle would login as KringleK@indianhill.onmicrosoft.com). Use your novell password as the account password.  Students new to the district for upcoming year will have to wait until August to install this (and use their birthdate in MMDDYYYY format as the password).  

When you start using the Office programs you installed, it may ask for either an installation key or your office 365 account.  THERE IS NO INSTALLATION KEY.  Select to use your School/Work Office 365 account as above with the password you used.

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Advanced Functions and Trigonometry (Mr. Prugh)

Analysis/Pre AP Calculus Assignment (Ms. Weber/Mrs. Kuhn)

AP Art History Assignments (Ms. Pfeiffer)

Art Layout and Design Class (Ms. Pfeiffer)- no summer work assigned

AP Studio Art Assignments (Mr. Wolter) 

AP Biology (Mr. Broxterman)

AP Calculus AB (Mrs. Kuhn) RU Ready Resource

AP Calculus BC (Mrs. Kuhn)

AP Chemistry Assignment (Mrs. Savage)  - you will need the worksheet and Investigation #6 info and the Ultimate Handbook.  An editable copy of the worksheet may be made from google at:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1E_dmHn_hYDOR6y_MlqRFAYjbMgxYk2o-xrfFvml08hk

AP Economics (Mr. Slonim) - no summer work assigned.

English Summer Reading Assignments  - including additional instructions for AP (AP English also see links below)
All novels read during the school year (see English Reading List for complete list) will be added to the student fees.  Students will receive these novels from their teachers during the first few weeks of school.

AP Capstone Seminar (Daniel/Whitt)

AP English Language and Comp - Juniors (Sayre/Watson)

AP English Literature and Composition - Seniors (McFarlan/Whitt)

AP Environmental Science (Mr. Meyers) - no summer work assigned

AP European History (Mr. Reger) - no summer work assigned

AP French (Mrs. Mustard) - Read a book from the following list - all deal with French culture:

  • A Year in Provence – Peter Mayle
  • French Women don’t get Fat – Mireille Guiliano
  • French Women for all seasons – Mireille Guiliano
  • My Stone of Hope – Jean Robert Cade
  • Restavec – Jean Robert Cade
  • Au contraire – figuring out the French - Gilles Asselin and Ruth Mastron
  • The French Way - Ross Steele

Write a cultural comparison ~500 words  (in French, no translators allowed) comparing some aspect of Francophone culture to American Culture

French IV (Mrs. Mustard) - no summer work assigned

AP Human Geography (Mrs. Silvius)

AP Government (Mr. Kirk) - no summer work assigned

AP Latin  (Atwood) -- Read Book One of the Aeneid in the Fagles translation. There will be a quiz on the content of this book during the first week of school.

AP Music Theory (Mr. Clary)-- chapter assignments and materials were distributed at the end of school.  You may find additional copies of them on Blackboard or in the Guidance Office.  You may also use your school google ihapps account to access them here.

AP Physics 1 (Mr. Debbink)

AP Physics 2 (Mr. Debbink) - no summer work assigned

AP Psychology (Mrs. Croston) - no summer work assigned

AP Spanish Language (Sra. Engel)-- See Mrs. Engel for the grammar book,  Also, read Enrique’s journey (adapted for young people)  http://www.amazon.com/Enriques-Journey-Young-Adult-Adaptation/dp/0385743289/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_y  then complete the following assignments:

Trabajo de Verano 2016 (pdf version)
Discussion Questions Enrique’s Journey
 (pdf version)

AP Spanish Literature (Sra. Lewis)

AP Statistics (Mr. Siebenaller) - no summer work assigned.

AP US History (Mr. Guy)

AP World History (Mr. Kirk)
1.   Study pp. 6-44 in the new/2016 version of the Course and Exam Description (CED) at:  https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap-world-history-course-and-exam-description-effective-fall-2016.pdf   Make sure you know the course themes, historical thinking skills, maps and periodization scheme.  Also, study the essay rubrics (which are now the same as used for AP U.S. History) at the following link:  https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/rubrics-ap-histories-historical-thinking-skills.pdf

2.  Be ready for a countries-of-the-world test by working through the exercises at http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/Geography.htm

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