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September 8, 2009 - November 17, 2009 Quarterly Report

2009-2010 School Year
D.O.B.: 09/XX/97
Age: 12
Grade: 7
Grading Key:             Effort & Skills
4 - Advanced               E - Excellent                  U - Unsatisfactory
3 - Proficient               G - Good                        X - Not Applicable
2 - Approaching          S - Satisfactory
1 - Below                    N - Needs to Improve
Days of Instruction:  50

Reading: "1776" by David McCullough, 297pgs.(Read half)  3(G)

English: Let's Review: English - Barron's Review Course Series: Chapter 1 (Listening and Writing for Information and Understanding), Chapter 2 (Reading and Writing for Information and Understanding), Chapter 3 (Reading Prose) 2(S)

History: U.S. History and Government - Barron's Review Course; Unit 1 Constitutional Foundations of the United States, Unit 2 The Constitution Tested: Nationalism and Sectionalism 2(S)

Chemistry: Chemistry-The Physical Setting (Barron's Review Course Series): Chapter 1-Introduction to Chemistry(Chemistry Is?, Matter and Energy, Measurement and the Metric System, Metric Prefixes, Scientific Notation, Volume and Density, Reporting Measured Quantities, Solving Problems, Concepts and Skills, End-of-Chapter Questions) 2(S)

Foreign Language: "Japanese Made Easy" by Tazuko Ajiro Monane: Lesson 1 (Situations 1-4), and Lesson 2 (Situations 1-6) 2(S)

Math: Saxon Math: Homeschool Edition 7/6 (Lessons 1-30)  2(S)

Music : Practice piano 2(S)

Art : Computer generated art via internet sites 3(G)

Physical Education: Riding special needs bicycle 3(G)

First Quarter Teacher Comments: Jacob was adamant about studying most of the content his older siblings were studying. In other words, he doesn't want the material "dumbed down" and he seems to hold his own pretty well. A smooth first quarter :)

Submitted on November 17, 2009 by Daniela