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Exam Review – Exam Review
Thanks to all the students for their amazing Human Rights Exhibits. We produced our own museum with exhibits and information about human rights around the world. Each project had to have an exhibit or object to represent the person or the right.
June 3 and June 4 will be exam review. Oral exams will also be conducted this day. Question-Bank
– Students should be able to easily answer all of the questions listed in the Question Bank above. They will also be given follow-up questions in the past, present and future.
For the June 8 Final Exam, students should review the following:
Présent, Futur Proche, Passe Compose
Les adjectifs possessifs (mon, ma, mes, etc.)
For students who are exempt from the exam, there will be a short quiz on Industry and Trade on June 4.
– Types of industry (primary, secondary, etc.)
– Location of manufacturing
– Fair Trade
– Free Trade
June 1 Probability
June 2 Integers, Decimals
June 3 Fractions, Ratio, Percents
June 9 Roots, Pythagorean, Surface Area, Volume
June 10 Algebra
June 3 Integers, Decimals
June 4 Fractions, Ratio, Percents
June 8 Roots, Pythagorean, Surface Area, Volume
June 9 Algebra (During lunch if students choose)
The test outline is below:
1) History of Sexuality – notes about Stoic and Gnostic influences, etc.
2) Unwrapping Sexuality (Keith Graber Miller) Can. Mennonite article about healthy sexuality.
3) Chastity – a spiritual discipline for the whole church
4) LIFE – relationships (parts of healthy/unhealthy relationships) Love, Infatuation, Friendship, Exploitation
5) Saying Yes/No to sex (worksheets) – C, Pe, Pp, A reasons
6) STIs and Contraception – know the information sheets about the common infections and the different contraception methods.
7) Sexual Harassment – definitions and examples
a) Gender Identity in Schools (Definitions sheet )
b) Sexual Orientation – what is it? (definitions and details from the APA)
c) “For the Bible Tells Me So” – documentary
d) Bible and Homosexuality – different interpretations of Scripture
e) Now We see Through a Glass Darkly (Tony and Peggy Campolo article)
Follow the link to read the story about the United Church in Canada:
United Church of Canada history
1. Identify at least three items in your daily life (one article of clothing, one electronic device, etc.)
2. Research the manufacturing practices of the given brands. Record your sources.
– Where do the raw materials come from?
– Where is manufacturing done?
– Where is design/advertising done?
– Who ships it? Who sells it?
3. Identify 10 people in the production chain.
– Identify their location (city, country)
– Identify their type of industry (primary, secondary, etc.)
4. Create a visual representation of this production chain and include all of the information above (PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.)
5. Add a paragraph one write-up in which you reflect on this reality. What is your response to the globalization of your life? (Is it positive, negative, or both?) Why?
Each year our grade nine class heads out of the city and retreats away from the bustle of life. This year we spent our 48 hour retreat at Camp Moose Lake May 19-21st. It was a great time to socialize, enjoy God’s good creation, laugh and play. We also spent quality time in worship, learning and prayer. Guests, Jeff Friesen and Darryl Neustaedter Barg led us and challenged us to “Keep on the lookout, for the God who is looking our the best of you.” Students ended their time by blessing each other with a foot washing service. We returned home clean and spiritually refreshed.