Fairhope High School - Mr. Tim Yahr
Fairhope High School - Mr. Tim Yahr

TuesDAY 9/10/19

LINK to rule of thirds website.


Took the test on air brakes.


Worked on questions about a histogram.  Here are those questions if you need to finish it.  These are due tomorrow (WED 9/11).

1.  What does the height of each bar represent?

2.  How many viewers are represented in this graph?

3.  What is the width of each bar?

4.  Which age group watches Space Voyage a lot?

5.  How many 7 year olds watch Space Voyage?

6.  What percent of those aged 5 – 8 watch Space Voyage?

7.  What types of products should purchase advertising on this program? (name 3)

8.  Why should these products not be advertised on this program?

     a.  T-Mobile / Verizon / AT&T cell phone plans

     b.  COPD breathing pills

     c.   My Pillow


Also due WED 9/11 is a "poster" marketing your product "IT".  No, you don't know what "IT" is, but that does not matter.  You are just trying to make a "poster" that makes people want "IT".

1.  Start with the white 81/2" X 11" poster from yesterday with the lines creating the 9 equal spaces. 

2.  Your poster must have the name of our product "IT" on it somewhere.

3.  Your poster must have your 2-word catch phrase you came up with (no one-syllable words).

4.  Your placement must take into account and positive utilize the 4 intersection focal points.

You can add art or color or other things, but these 4 things are what I am grading.



1.  Get the histogram worksheet from Mr. Yahr

2.  Do your "IT" project

3.  Go to the LINK and write the 3 paragraphs and 1 sketch underneath the title "Finding the Ideal Focal Point"

4.  Schedule when and where to take your test.


December 16th and 17th  electives will test.

December 18th  core classes will test in periods 1, 3, 5, and 7

December 19th  core classes will test in periods 2, 4, 6

December 20th  Make-up Exams:  Students who do not have a make-up exam will be excused if they bring in a parent note requesting they be excused for that Friday.

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