We started discussing the “Digital Divide” We will finish tomorrow. We will also begin reviewing for our exam.
For homework, please complete Part II (Identifying Assumptions in Data Analysis of this worksheet: U2L09 Activity Guide – Digital Divide & Checking Assumptions
Also, you should be done with sections 1-4 in Data on Codehs.com
Sections 5-9 in Digital Information is due on Thursday
We will continue tomorrow with topic tomorrow.
EXAM ON FRIDAY
Today we looked at lines 619-786 in Medea. In this part of the play, Jason and Medea are having and ugly break up. We began to imagine what this would like in the 21st century. How would this look using text messages. We used this Keynote template to create a conversation. When you finish, you should send the Keynote file to me with *p in the subject line.
There is no homework, but we will have Part II of the seminar tomorrow. If you are absent, please be sure to check your email. I will send out the make up question tomorrow morning.
I really enjoyed our activity today. We looked at spotting trends when we visualize data. We practiced with our own data, but then we looked at the data collected by Google. Check out trends.google.com for more.
We’ll continue with this tomorrow and I’ll post the full lesson when we finish.
You will present your hypothesis tomorrow.
TEST ON FRIDAY
Code HS Homework (We’ll go over both of these on Thursday to prep for the test)
Today was the first day of our Socratic Seminar and you guys rocked it!! Excellent work all around. I’m really looking forward to continuing the discussion on Wednesday.
Links from Class Today:
We continued our exploration of Medea by Euripides. Today we looked at the differences on characterization based on sex. How is Medea characterized? How are Creon & Jason characterized? We’ll dig deeper into this play next week with a fun coding project (more on this Tuesday)
Don’t forget: Seminar on Monday & Wednesday
Current events took up most of the period today. We’ll continue tomorrow with a discussion on data collection and usage.
No homework tonight.