Here’s our day today.
Les sciences humaines 7D – We completed our quiz and the results should be in SAS shortly. The test will be returned mid week, next week, once everyone has written it. We applied our understanding of climatogrammes to those of Charlottetown and Cairo and were able to develop conclusions on the climate of the two places.
La science 7D – We organised our materials for our lab on Monday on volume. We had one measurement demoed and we recorded the necessary material. We completed questions 2 and 3 on page 26 in the workbook.
Les maths 7C & 7D – We reviewed adding integers with tiles and started into using tiles for subtracting integers. We have our quiz on adding integers on Tuesday and all the students have received a practice quiz to prepare for the quiz.
Bonjour and good day. Here’s our day.
Le français 7E – We completed our conversation evaluations and prepared for our presentations. I discussed the rubric that is being used and we practiced our key vocabulary for the presentation. We got four presentations completed and we will continue the presentations next week.
Les maths 7D & 7C – We reviewed and practiced adding integers using the number line and tiles. The students are feeling confident and scheduled a quiz for next week, Tuesday. Google classroom has been updated – sorry 7D, your classroom wasn’t updated yesterday. 😦
Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed the Canada map in preparation for our quiz tomorrow on the provinces, territories and their capitals. We then reviewed the map of Egypt and talked about the advantages and disadvantages of its geography. We started into climate and used climatograms to answer questions of comparisons between four areas in the world. We will apply these strategies once we start analysing the climate of Egypt and the impact it would have on the ancient empire.
Les sciences humaines 7A – We reviewed the map of Egypt and talked about the advantages and disadvantages of its geography. We started into climate and used climatograms to answer questions of comparisons between four areas in the world. We will apply these strategies once we start analysing the climate of Egypt and the impact it would have on the ancient empire.
Bonjour and good day!
Les sciences humaines 7D – We worked on the Egyptian Geography disadvantages and reviewed the Canadian map. The students received their map assignment back today and can use that to study for Friday’s quiz.
Les maths 7C & 7D – We completed the addition of positive and negative integers using a number line today. There were some students needing to complete the textbook work (Page 62 & 63, question 1 a, b, c et d – question 2 a, b, c, et d – question 4 a, b et c). We started into using tiles to add positive and negative integers. I have uploaded the presentation used to explain the process. The google classroom homework has be uploaded for today and tomorrow.
Bonjour and good day. Here’s the story from today.
La science 7D – We worked on the volume section of Chapter 1. We reviewed the process for measuring volume of solids; something we will conduct in a lab this week.
Le français 7E – We completed the final touches on our presentations and reviewed the process for evaluating a classmate’s choice for the best snack. The presentations will begin Thursday.
Les maths 7C & 7D – We reviewed the process for adding positive and negative integers using a number line. There is a presentation added to the maths folder with some sample questions and solutions. We also worked on page 62, questions 1 (A to D) and 2 (A and D).
Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed the Canadian map for provinces, territories and their capitals. We will try a quiz on Friday based on the map assignment that will be returned tomorrow. We completed some photo analysis based on Egyptian geography and will connect this information to our notes on page 2 of the student booklet for the Egyptian unit.
Joyeuse Action de Grâce ! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Here’s how the day went.
La science 7D – We completed a review document for mass and started into volume.
Le français 7E – We practiced explaining our preferences and started putting together our resources needed for our presentation assignment. Most students have all their materials ready to go and can practice at home. We will use the next class to finish up our visual and start presenting.
Les maths 7C – We started into the second unit on adding and subtracting positive and negative integers. We also worked on our first problem solving assignment and applied some strategies in the hopes they will serve us in the future.
Les sciences humaines 7A – We wrote our Canadian map quiz and worked on the second page of the Egypt unit. I was fortunate enough to get the quizzes marked and back to the students before the end of class.
Les maths 7 – We wrote our test today for the Cartesian Plane. The were a few students who need a little more time, so we can use Tuesday’s class to finish the last few questions.
Good day and bonjour. Here’s the day at Stonepark.
Les maths 7D – We had to postpone the math test due to bus evacuation drills this morning. We will write the test tomorrow. We worked on word problems and a wee bit on adding integers using a number line.
Les sciences humaines 7A – We had the chance to review the intro unit in preparation for a quiz tomorrow. We went through our photo analyses on Egyptian geography and applied our analyses to the map we completed on page 1 of our unit booklet. I have uploaded the booklet in our sciences humaines folder.
La science 7D – Class was cut a little short today by a brief presentation from the administration. We were able to complete the mass section of the workbook.
Les maths 7C – We wrote our Chapter 1 test on the Cartesian Plane.
Le français 7E – We started into explaining our preferences using adjectives and common phrases for describing snacks. We started organising an oral project that we will present to the class arguing in support of our favourite snack.
Bonjour and good day. Voilà, notre journée !
Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed our intro unit and continued into our intro of Egyptian geography. We were able to apply some of the advantages we noted for Canadian geography to that of Egypt.
La science 7D – I handed back quizzes, review sheets and labs to the students. We continued our section on mass and completed questions 6 and 7 in the workbook. We will finish with mass tomorrow and begin volume.
Les maths 7C – We completed our final textbook questions (3 and 4, pages 327 and 328) to affirm our understanding of rotations. The students took up some class time to work on the review booklet for tomorrow’s test. The google classroom homework has been uploaded.
Les maths 7D – We worked through the textbook questions from yesterday’s practice and took some time to visit our review booklet. Most students have the booklet complete and are feeling confident about tomorrow’s test. We started into the next unit on adding and subtracting integers using a number line. The google classroom homework has been uploaded.