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Language Arts. Social Studies, and 21C are fully integrated for these two classes. To ensure that students are meeting the curriculum outcomes in all subjects areas we will use articles, discussions, videos, and class reading to ensure  that students are making connections between these content areas. Most of our assignments will be evaluated for content in Social Studies and for reading. writing, speaking and listening skills in Language Arts.

All students should be reading both at school and at home. The research with regard to academic success and reading fluency is very convincing. Students can and should read frequently and will be offered significant amounts of time during their school day to accomplish this. However, some students may need to read at home as well to meet the goals they established in class.

Writing will serve many purposes in our classroom. We will write to help us understand our reading, to explore ideas in all subject areas, to share our ideas, and to develop skills in various styles of writing throughout the year. When students are working on a "major" writing assignment this will be posted on this page along with due dates, and criteria for success (rubrics, etc).

If you have any questions or concerns please contact me.

 

Posted: January 15, 2018

Extra Practice For Grade 7 Curriculum Resources

If you need additional practice to ensure that you fully understand the concepts from the curriculum these sheets are aligned to the sections in the unit we are using in class. For the next few weeks we will be working on concepts from Unit 5 in the text book.

Posted: January 15, 2018

WEBLink to Grade 6 Support Materials

For the next few weeks we will be working on outcomes which are best represented in Unit 5 of the text book. The videos and the extra practice are great resources if extra practice or explanation is needed.

Posted: October 12, 2017

Students were introduced to Home Children f as an example of disempowerment. They will answer four questions regarding the Home Children from what they read and saw. Answers are to be in complete sentences. Students also began watching a video on the Home Children, which is entitled, Childhood Lost: The Story of Canada's Home Children. 

Next week we will look at other immigrant groups and individuals as we continue to work with understanding the components of empowerment and disempowerment as it relates to Canada's past and present.

Posted: October 12, 2017

Students are currenltly working on concepts related to meaures of central tendency- mean, median and mode.

In the next week this will be expanded to include range and outliers. The emphasis is on understanding when each measure is most useful and applying the information to "real life situations".

Posted: October 12, 2017

Grade 6 students are completing a unit test Friday (October 13)

Integers as well as large numbers will be part of this test.

Posted: February 24, 2016

Grade 8 Students are currently working on outcomes which are found in Unit 5 0 Converting between fractions, decimals, and percents. Then students will work with fractions, ratios, and rates.

There are numerous helpful videos on YouTube and at the Khan Academy website. Students are srtongly encouraged to use various videos and websites for additional practice and to find other examples to support their learning above and beyond the questions we use in class.

Posted: December 1, 2015

Square Numbers and Square Roots Pythagorean Theorem In class students are using a variety of work sheets to learn how to measure triangles and create squares around each side and then compare the area of these squares to see if any relationship exists between the area of the squares for acute, obtuse, or right triangles.

Posted: October 28, 2015

The following documents are the questions students worked on in class in groups.They began graphing the co-ordinates they calculated on the first four pages.A test will occur by Tuesday or Wednesday next week (Nov 3 or 4).

Posted: September 14, 2015

Page 73-74    Question 3,     4 (a, c, e, g, i),            8 (a, c, e,g)    11,    13,     16

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Grade 8 Term 3 Outline
Grade 7 Term 3 Outline
Grade 7 Math:Term 2 Outline