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Les sciences humaines 7B – We had a chance to go over the test today and discuss some of the questions. We continued into our documentary on the Ancient Athens.
FLA 7C – We worked in our workbooks. I had selected two specific activities for the students to work on to check on their abilities with specific verbs.
Les sciences humaines 7A – We completed a Canadian citizenship test today, something interesting to align with the definition of a citizen of the societies we studied. We continued into the Greek documentary as it discussed the rise of the Greek city-state.
Les maths 7C – First part of the day was spent on the presentations made for data analysis and the tendencies within the class based on the collected data. Secondly, I was not happy with my lessons we completed earlier on order of operations earlier in the year, so we used today’s class to review the practice in preparation for next year. We will continue on Monday.
I apologise for not updating things yesterday, busy times hear and I simply forgot. One little announcement for the 7C crew. The students from the art class were reminded to hand in their 2 dollars for their sketchbook. Here’s the scoop.
Les sciences humaines 7A & 7C – I handed back the tests from yesterday and we had the chance to good back through the test with the answer key. I was happy to see some students asking questions and seeking clarification. Some students felt really silly with some their answers but I was happy to hear the students be able to explain the correct the answers to each other.
Les maths 7C – We put together our data analysis information according to our collected data. The students completed surveys together yesterday and then organised some of the questions. They calculated mean, medians and modes and developed some conclusions according to the information.
FLA 7C – We had a guest instructor today, Mr. Cameron Sanderson. He guided the student evaluations, gave some time for workbooks and organised a passé composé activity for the class. It was a good day. The workbooks were sent home for the students to work on and we will continue with them tomorrow.
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Les sciences humaines 7C – We worked more on our review guide and reviewed much of the pertinent information. We had a chance to watch a video on the Greek city states as part of our review.
Les sciences humaines 7B – We wrote our test today, comparing the three societies. Results are in and put into SAS.
Les maths 7C – We wrote our last foundational quiz and the final results will be available tomorrow.
FLA 7C – We used most of the class working on our review workbook. I specified some of the better activities to be completed to give the next few days some organisation.
Bonjour, bonjour. A few reminders for the week. Students who have yet to hand in their permission forms for Sandspit, need to get them in tomorrow. We need to organise numbers for busses. Yearbooks are still available if you looking to purchase one.
Les sciences humaines 7A, 7B & 7C – 7Bs are writing their test tomorrow on comparing the three societies. 7A and 7C are Wednesday. We went over our conclusions (page 20) and reviewed the necessary material. All students have the study guide we made together and were instructed on how to use it for studying.
Les maths 7C – We have our last foundational quiz tomorrow. This is the big one that counts as a summative grade. Students need to study and can use the multiple sample questions in the google classroom.
FLA 7C – We completed our passé composé phrases and worked on our review workbook. We still have the goal to complete this prior to the end of the year for the students to use over the summer. They will need it to prepare for grade 8! I’m keeping the workbooks in my room for now but they will be travelling home with the students soon.
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Les maths 7C – We added onto the data analysis mini unit, identifying the spread between the lowest and largest values. We continued in our textbooks and applied the data analysis strategies to the questions. The homework was taken in today and things are looking good. We have our last foundational quiz on Tuesday, June 18th. The students should take time over the weekend and use questions from the google classroom to practice.
FLA 7C – We completed a mini assignment on passé composé using our Bescherelles. I have also completed the storybooks that were written but I need the weekend to double check the grammar before I have a completed grade. We spent some more time in our grammar workbooks.
Les sciences humaines 7B – We have our test on Tuesday, June 18th. We completed our review guide and discussed how it is be used for studying. The have a little homework on page 20, using our guide (pages 17, 18 and 19) to complete the first conclusion.
Yearbooks are still available if you’re interested in making a purchase.
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Les sciences humaines 7B – We finished comparing the governing systems of the three societies and tried to complete the documentary on Julius Caesar but there’s still a few minutes left. We started into the last page of the year, comparing the social norms and structures of the three societies.
Les sciences humaines 7A – We really started into developing conclusions with our research of the three societies. We had a chance to share some ideas but we go deeper into this on Monday.
FLA 7C – We worked more with the Bescherelle and many are feeling more confident using it to write phrases in the present, future and the past.
Les maths 7C – We reviewed our initial strategies with data analysis and added one more today – the median. The students are feeling really confident with the information. The google classroom homework has been uploaded.
Good day, good day. Two general announcements for the class. Our yearbooks have arrived and there are still some available for purchase. They are 35 dollars and available for purchase at lunchtime. Permission forms have been distributed for our school trip to Sandspit on Tuesday, June 25th. The forms all should have arrived home and it includes all pertinent details.
Les sciences humaines 7A – We worked on the final details for page 19, our comparison of social structures and norms between the three societies. We finished up our documentary of the rise of Julius Caesar and the appointment of Augustus as emperor, which is where we began our study of the empire.
Les sciences humaines 7C – We began comparing the social structure and norms of the three different societies. Many students were out for the Battle of the Bands, so they will be responsible for catching up on what they’ve missed. We continued into our Roman Empire documentary and have now met Julius Caesar and Cleopatra.
Les maths 7C – We applied our data analysis strategies from yesterday’s class to some questions from the text. Students are feeling confident about organising the info, identifying the mode and the mean. I have uploaded the google classroom homework for tonight and tomorrow evening.
FLA 7C – We worked on passé composé using the bescherelle.