A few announcements for today. Keep the batteries coming in, we have an awesome collection piling up and some of the other classes are really trying to challenge us for the top position. Parent Teacher interviews are happening this week – Thursday, March 5, 5pm to 8pm and Friday, March 6, 8h30 to noon.
Les sciences 7 – The students worked through the ecological niche (micro-habitat) for the polar bear using a sample paragraph. The students will be using this sample as a guide for their chosen animal when they complete some research tomorrow.
Les maths 7C & 7D – The students worked on developing a formula for finding the radius and the diameter of a circle and worked through a few sample problems. We are going to schedule a quiz for Thursday, March 5. The google classroom has been updated with homework for the entire week, a few students are busy with sports this week, so the homework is available in advance.
Good day folks! Here’s our day.
Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed Greek mythology and the social norms of Ancient Athens. The students returned to the textbook to study the norms of Ancient Sparta. The students also received two documents that are to arrive at home in regards to the Heritage Fair planned for this academic year. Please ensure these are seen at home!!
Les sciences humaines 7A – The students reviewed Greek mythology and the social norms of Athens and Sparta. We identified the common infrastructure of the ancient city-states using a visual depiction of Ancient Corinth. I introduced the next assignment, a visual of a city state that is to include the information found from the textbook reading. The students also received two documents that are to arrive at home in regards to the Heritage Fair planned for this academic year. Please ensure these are seen at home!!
Les maths 7C – The students wrote their algebra quiz and completed an intro activity into circles. The google classroom has been updated and I need the homework duotangs tomorrow.
Les maths 7D – The students completed an intro activity for the circles unit. The google classroom has been updated and I need the homework duotangs tomorrow.
Thank you all for the donations for the Battery Blitz. Lots of used batteries coming in and we are certainly doing well in the competition. Tomorrow is pink shirt day, so students are invited to participate by wearing some pink tomorrow. Here’s our day.
Les sciences 7D – We worked on some more on our Chapter 3 review page, a copy can be found in the sciences folder. The students moved onto some further study of the ecological niche. We are working through a sample provided by the workbook that mimics a project we are planning for the future.
Le français 7E – We worked through the new question asking about preferred activities. The students worked with partners and provided the answers of their partners. We will be starting some reading and writing activities with this new question during Thursday’s class.
Les maths 7D – We wrote our algebra test today. All but one have the test written, once that is complete the tests will be handed back.
Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed Greek mythology and applied our notes to some visuals. The students were then partnered and researched the social norms of education, marriage and military service in Ancient Athens. The students used a textbook and comprehension was quite strong for the group.
Les maths 7C – Due to hockey academy, we rescheduled the algebra test for tomorrow’s class. We used the class to correct the stations that were completed Friday and yesterday and worked on the chapter’S final review document. A copy of the page can be found in the maths folder.
Good day all. One items I forgot to mention in the previous blog posts is our pink shirt campaign happening this Wednesday, February 26. Students are invited to wear pink in the annual campaign to combat bullying. Keep bringing in those batteries!!!
La science 7D – We started the class with a review sheet for the work we’ve completed in chapter 3 thus far. I have uploaded a copy for the students who were absent today. We moved onto the ecological niche of particular animals. The students worked through the information on pages 95 and 97. The students answered question 2 on page 97.
Le français de base 7E – The students had the opportunity to complete their written assignment discussing their favourite athlete. We completed some review activities for the new question and answers on preferred daily activities.
Les maths 7C & 7D – The students received a review page for their studying tonight for tomorrow test on algebra. I have uploaded a copy for those students who were absent today.
Les sciences humaines 7A – The students reviewed mythology and the social norms of Ancient Athens. We then moved onto the text to research the social norms for Ancient Sparta. Finally, we started analysing the structural make-up of the ancient city-states, using a visual of Ancient Corinth.
Good day good day. I was in a rush after school on Friday and failed to take the time to add to the blog. Here’s me playing catch up with some reminders for this week.
Battery Blitz – If you have any used and dead batteries you’re wanting to recycle, send them to school as the Green Team is collecting the batteries for their annual Battery Blitz. Top class gets a prize and 7D has to remain the dominant class at Stonepark!
School Social – The student leadership team has scheduled a second student social this Thursday, February 27 from 6 to 8. It’s a great time with music, dancing, games, snacks, karaoke and much more.
Les maths 7C & 7D – We have our algebra test on Tuesday, February 25. We will spend tomorrow on review but students should be practicing at home.
Les sciences humaines 7D – The students need to have questions 1 to 5 answered on the legend of Echo. We worked through the story together to aid our comprehension, now students need to complete the questions.
Here’s the news from Stonepark’s 7D! The school has started a Battery Blitz! The school’s Green Team has organised a used battery collection for the students and their families looking to recycle their old, used batteries. They’ve also put a challenge out to the homerooms to see which class can collect the most (in weight, not number). Let’s win another one 7D! Secondly, the Charlottetown Rural students have organised a second after school session for tutoring on Tuesdays. I have a few of my students who attend and have seen a complete change in their work and comprehension. This crew from the Rural are awesome and do a fantastic job. It’s an enthusiastic recommendation.
Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed Greek mythology and worked on a comprehension activity using the legend of Echo and Narcissus.
Les sciences 7D – The students started into section 3.4 on habitat in the work book. I have uploaded a handout prepared by Mme Scott for the vocabulary and information necessary for this particular section of chapter 3.
Les maths 7C & 7D – The students reviewed writing equations and expressions from word problems and verifying their final answers. We scheduled our test on Tuesday, February 25. We will continue to review tomorrow and Monday to prepare for the test. The google classroom has been updated and I will be looking for the duotangs tomorrow!
Here’s our Wednesday!
Le français 7E – We worked on a second writing assignment using our research from the previous class. The students researched a favourite athlete using questions we’ve practiced in class and are now organising a description and a biography of that athlete.
Les maths 7D & 7C – The students focused mainly on developing equations using information within a particular scenario. The students developed an equation, isolated the variable and practiced verifying their answer.
Les sciences humaines 7A – We reviewed our mythology notes and started into some of the social norms within Ancient Athens. We are using a text for this section of the unit, L’Antiquité, as our source of information.
Les sciences humaines 7D – We reviewed and finalised our notes on mythology. We analysed the information to identify absent subject matter from the god and goddess’ patronage and developed our own role within the mythology.