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11th Grade Summer Work

Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics

Summer Assignment

Incoming 11th Grade

 

From your NYC student account, join the Google Classroom for 11th Grade Code: m5xsxeu

(If you need help with your NYCSA account, email our parent coordinator at [email protected] or go NYC Schools Account )

 

This is where you will upload your English and Math Summer Assignments

** All assignments are due by 11:59 PM on Friday September 2nd

 

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Supplies

Supplies are specific to individual teacher needs. Below is a list of supplies that will be needed for classes:

  • At least two binders
  • Dividers to separate subjects
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Graph paper
  • Pens/pencils/highlighters
  • One composition notebook (for science class)
  • At least two folders (one dedicated solely to English class)
  • TI-84 Calculator for all math classes (can be purchased at school store)
  • Physical Education Uniform
           ***The school's physical education (PE) uniform consists of the PE t-shirt and PE shorts OR sweatpants.
           ***The uniform is a requirement for participation in PE class.

 

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School Store (only accepts cash or money order):

  • TI 84 Calculator: $94
  • Physical Education T-Shirt: $15
  • Physical Education Shorts: $13
  • Physical Education Sweatpants: $20
  • Lock: $7

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Guidance counselors will be available in September,

but please email Assistant Principal Salek at [email protected] if any assistance is needed in the area of Guidance

 

 

11th Grade Math Summer Work

 

Directions:

  • Go to KhanAcademy.org
  • In the top left corner, there is a drop down for “Courses”
  • Select the math class you will be in next year
  • Course last year → Course to do

Algebra 2  Geometry

Geometry → Calculus/Pre-Calculus/AP AB/AP BC/AP Stat

  • Find and click onNot feeling ready for this? Check out ready for ____” or click links below:

Algebra 2  →   Get Ready for Geometry

Geometry →   Get Ready for AB Calculus

                    Get Ready for BC Calculus

                    Get Ready for AP Statistics

                    Get Ready for Pre-Calculus & Calculus

                    Get Ready for Financial Algebra

 

Assignment:

  • Complete the 1st section in the Get Ready topics
  • Screenshot or take a picture of completed assessments and upload to google classroom for:
  • Each quiz
  • Unit Test
  • ** Assignments are due by 11:59 PM on Friday September 2nd

 

11th Grade English Summer Work

 

Task (2 Parts):

  • Read one of the books below from either the fiction or nonfiction section and answer the questions below.
  • Please type the question before your answer and adhere to sentence requirements.
  • Watch the TED Talk and answer the two questions below and adhere to sentence requirements.
  • Please submit ONE document with both tasks on it. Ideally, you’d type it and submit it as a Google doc, but a PDF (either typed or neatly handwritten) also works. Please do not upload pictures of your English work; it’s very difficult for teachers to read pictures on Google Classroom.

 

Part 1: Book Questions

  1. If you could retitle this book, what would you call it and why? (8-10 sentences)
  2. How, if at all, did this book introduce you to a new concept or change your thinking about something you already knew or thought? Explain. (8-10 sentences)
  3. If you could ask the author of this book one question, what would it be and why? (8-10 sentences)

 

Fiction Books

Nonfiction Books

     At the End of Everything by Marieke Nijkamp

     Reclaim the Stars: 17 Tales Across Realms & Space edited by Zoraida Córdova

 

     Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

     Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover

     The Premonition: A Pandemic Story by Michael Lewis

 

Part 2: TED Talk

  1. TED Talks are ways for people to share their stories and beliefs. What is this speaker trying to convey to their audience in the TED Talk? (3-4 sentences)
  2. How can you apply this speaker’s beliefs or advice to your own life? What changes or actions can you implement this school year and how will you do so? (8-10 sentences)

 

TED Talk: How to Stop Languishing and Start Finding Flow

 

If you need access to books, check out the following resources. Students do not need to purchase the books or bring them to school. They are purely for summer reading.

 


 

Health & Physical Education Summer Work

 

Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics encourages students to remain healthy over the summer break by participating in daily health and physical activities.  Students should engage in at least 60 minutes of daily physical activity. These activities should include the components of health-related fitness (e.g., body composition, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance).  Students should also practice daily habits to improve their nutritional and mental health, and overall safety. Below are some activities for you to do during your summer vacation to remain active and healthy:

 

 

Physical Activity

Nutritional Health

Mental Health

Safety

-30-60 minutes of aerobic activity (e.g., brisk walking, jogging, bicycle riding)

-3 days a week of muscle strengthening activities (e.g., pushups, pull-ups, curl-ups, lifting weights)

-3 days a week of bone strengthening activities (e.g., jumping rope, running, sports)

-Stay hydrated with water

-Eat lean proteins, fruits and vegetables

-Limit eating deep fried and processed foods

-Limit drinking soda and other sugary drinks

-Daily check-ins with family or friends

-Meditation

-Speaking with someone you trust

-Positive self-talk

-Self-care activities

-Journaling

-Seek professional help if necessary

-Get 8 hours of sleep nightly

-Wear sunscreen for protection from the sun’s radiation

-Avoid illicit substances (drugs, tobacco, alcohol)

-Avoid settings that may be dangerous

-Only swim in areas where a lifeguarded is present

-Follow safety rules of any designated location