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Summer Assignments 2021

 

PLEASE NOTE: Given the extraordinary circumstances that we all find ourselves in this year, summer assignments, if listed below, are recommended. Students should make every effort to have this work completed by the time school starts in the fall in order to be well-prepared for each course, but will not be penalized if the work is not completed.   

All students are encouraged to review the following resources to support growth in English / Literacy this summer: English | Spanish

 

ENGLISH

AP English Literature: no assignment

AP English Language: no assignment

 

HISTORY / SOCIAL SCIENCE

APUSH / APUSH MSEL: no assignment

AP US Government: no assignment

Philosophy Honors: no assignment

 

SCIENCE

Chemistry Honors: no assignment

AP Biology: no assignment

Physiology Honors: no assignment

AP Environmental Science

AP Physics 1

 

MATHEMATICS

Check out suggested summer preparation for AP/HP Math courses on the Math website.

AP Calculus AB: see suggested preparation above

AP Statistics: see suggested preparation above

Pre-Calculus Honors: See suggested preparation above

Algebra 2 Honors: See suggested preparation above

Alg 2 HP / Pre-Calc HP Block: See suggested preparation above

 

MODERN LANGUAGE

AP Spanish: no assignment

AP French: no assignment

Spanish 2 Honors

Spanish 3 Honors contact Mr. Teakle: dteakle@srcs.org 

Spanish 4 Honors

French 2 Honors: no assignment

French 3 Honors: no assignment

 

FINE & PERFORMING ARTS

AP Studio Art 

Drama 4 Honors

AP Music Theory: no assignment

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE & GAME DESIGN

AP Comp Sci Principles: no assignment

Game Design Honors 1: Before Spring semester ends, check out from the TL library the book, How Games Move Us by Katherine Isbister.  Read it over the summer and prepare notes for a Socratic seminar. 

Game Design Honors 2:  Before Spring semester ends, check out from the TL library the book, Just Enough Project Management by Curtis Cook.  Read it over the summer.   Also, read from the Game Academy website, Lessons Learned.  After reading the book and the lessons learned, create a game idea.  Include the basic story line, goals, obstacles, and rules.