Le lundi 16 septembre

One general announcement for my homeroom (7D). There are a few low risk assessment forms yet to be handed in, please make sure they are signed and ready to be handed in. Here’s the scoop from today.

La science 7D – We started into changes of states of matter. We deciphered some of the notes in our workbook. We then started into mapping the change in a table but did not get to the end of our interpretation. Students need to take ten minutes tonight to review their workbook, specifically the vocabulary we researched. If the workbook did not make the trip home, please refer to the science section for the presentations from class.

Les maths 7C & 7D – We did a little review of plotting points to begin the class. We then worked through an intro into translations and the necessary vocabulary to identify the translation. I have scheduled a quiz for Friday, September 20, simply for plotting points and identifying coordinates. The visual project for their own Cartesian Plane design is due tomorrow. In case a good copy is needed, please refer to the maths section of the blog. The google classroom homework has been uploaded. 

Le français 7E – We practiced our six questions for presenting ourselves. We are now using the questions to develop mini biographies for others. We worked as a group today and developed some sample biographies that will be used for a future assignment.

Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed our Canadian map. Students need to review this map; our goal is to know our provinces and territories by heart by the end of the week. We finished our analysis of Canadian geography and started into societal norms here in Canada. We will be using these notes for future comparisons with ancient civilisations.

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