Equilibrium constant Key
Ksp, Solubility, and Qsp
Solubility Rules Assignment Key
The test will follow the same format as Unit 1 – closed book portion covers main ideas and topics, open book portion covers more of our historical thinking skills (evaluating significance, examining primary sources, building an argument using historical details).
Topics are listed and described under the Unit 2 materials post.
To study, ask yourself why each of our topics matters in Canada’s history, and how the topics are connected to each other. Try writing your answers out on paper if this is a challenge for you at test time.
HIS Course Settlers2
Topics to review for the test:
Life in New France – religious, economic, and family life in this distinct society of the 1600s and 1700s; examining primary source images.
Acadia and New France in Conquest – British policies for these two colonies; analyzing why these two were treated so differently.
Loyalist Migration – causes & consequences, early immigrant experiences; considering the differences in primary sources.
100 Years of French Canada – a list of 21 events and ideas; identify trends and historical significance.
Red River Resistance – Manitoba’s beginnings, and the complex ethnic relationships (not just French vs. English); editorial responses.
October Crisis – perspectives on FLQ actions and the War Measures Act; editorial responses.
Immigrant Stories – rural vs. urban immigrant stories (video); Sifton’s immigrant policy vs. Chinese immigrant policy, with examples.
Immigrant Policies – main principles of Immigration Acts of 1910 and 1967, and the reasons things changed.
Japanese & Italian Internment – internment experience and comparing uses of the War Measures Act; analyzing […]
Space science full unit test (big) – 9B and 9C on Thursday Dec 10, Day 6
-9A on Friday Dec 11 Day 1
Students have known of this since last week, and already have text questions and chapter reviews to work on.
I will offer my help after school and at lunch as students need. This week, I will be available for help Wednesday and Thursday after school till 4:15.
See Major Essay page for more details:
Nov 30 – Checkpoint page 461
Dec 1 – Practice Unit Circle, work time, notes
Dec 2 – UNIT CIRCLE QUIZ, Trigonometry Handout
Dec 3 – Sine law
Dec 4 – Cos law
Dec 7 – Ambiguous Case
Dec 8 – Ambiguous Case
Dec 9 – Review
Dec 10 – TEST
Three tips to boost your confidence:
Students in the Regular class can review the vocabulary for Le Nouvel Houdini at the following links:
Written Sprachdiplom Dec. 2
Oral Sprachdiplom Dec. 8
Groups present their oral project on Dec. 10 and 11.
Nigel and Isaak present their project on Dec. 1
Girls present project on Dec. 4.
Study sheet for the Unit 2 big test! Toll!
How would you respond to the following:
Wie heißt du?
Wie alt bist du?
Woher kommst du?
Wie siehst du aus?
Wie spät ist es?
Sabine fragt: »Woher kommst du?« Michael sagt: »Aus Hamburg.«
Michael fragt: »Es freut mich«
Sabine sagt: »Gute Nacht« und Michael sagt: »Guten Abend.«
Michael gibt Sabine die Hand.
Sabine sagt: »Herr Schmidt ist schön und hässlich.«
Michael fragt: »Ist er gut?« Sabine sagt: »Nein, er ist schlecht.«
Define in English:
Uhr Lehrerin Herr nach nicht auch
Viertel Nachmittag Entschuldigung es freut mich stößt gegen
sehr klein läuft ruft bummelt dennn
What is the opposite of:
groß gut vor Mädchen alt hässlich bummelt
Reading: Read the story called “Der Schuh und die Lippen” in the book. I will eventually
make that an assignment.
Choose the best answer:
Es freut ( ich / mich )
Wie sieht ( du / sie ) aus?
Wie geht’s ( Ihnen / Sie )
( Wie / was ) ist los?
Wie ( heißt / […]
Present on Dec. 10
G-2 Oral Project
This presentation will be worth 10% of the G-2 Test. Students will present an oral project with the following items (not
necessarily in this order):
1) a greeting
2) asking or answering someone’s age
3) asking or answering the time
4) asking or answering where someone is from
5) asking or answering someone’s name
6) a description of a person
7) asking or answering how someone is doing
8) a good-bye
Students may work alone or in groups. If working in groups, each member of the group must cover each of the 8
items. Students may look off pictures to remind them of their stories (as we often do in class), but students may not
use a written script.
Ideas for presentations: skits (with props), puppets, video, storybook, interview, day-time talk show, etc.
One-act plays – following the Scirocco High SChool Playwriting Contest rules – are due Monday, November 30th. Qualifying plays will be submitted to the Manitoba-wide contest, which has been won by a Westgate student the past 2 years in a row. No pressure!