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Students are preparing to present something from their childhood. It could be a story to share, a treasured souvenir or a favorite toy. Presentations start on February 17.
Students will have a Genesis test on February 24. They have all received a review sheet listing what they need to study. We have organized our binders and photocopied missing sheets for individuals. All sheets they need to study have been highlighted by them.
Students will be sharing their research with the class on Tuesday, February 16 Midnight in Paris
February 16: Be ready to write the quick quiz and to share your FIVE observations.
February 22ff: Group presentations.
FST -01 Cooking Project (Photograph and Evaluation Sheet) due on Feb. 22nd
FST – 02 Cooking Project (Photograph of meal and Evaluation Sheet) due on Feb. 23rd.
Make a meal for your family, enjoy, clean it up and evaluate.
Review Vocabulary G-6-1 to G-6-3. Quiz next class on Feb. 16th.
Vorzeichen, Kapitel 1,2,3
Please read the assignment page in full (below). Choose ONE of the possible First Nations groups, and research how they were involved in and affected by the fur trade.
Instead of writing a report, you’re submitting an annotated bibliography with four good sources. An annotation describes and evaluates a source, and summarizes how it helps answer your research question. Please see the assignment page for a sample (below).
You will have one class period on February 22nd to work on this, but you will need to do a large portion of the work on your own time.
HIS Annotated Bib Assignment
Based on the information you gathered on various First Nations groups, complete the following in your notebook. If you don’t have a completed chart, please make a photocopy from someone else in the class.
Notebook 2: First Nations Diversity
a) What did you learn that surprised you?
b) Create your own thesis using the evidence gathered in your chart. List at least three facts that support it. /5
Be specific. Avoid vague words.
Be creative. Don’t just make the most obvious claim.
We have put our food/cooking work on hold as we prepare for the Festival. Permission click will follow next week. We plan to attend festival on Feb 19th. We have worked through comprehension , vocabulary and singing the chanson du voyageur, and are reading and working through some related material. Vocabulary quizzes and interaction are ongoing.
Projects are due
Due Dates: February 26th, March 22, April 29th, May 20th
Project information is posted on the Website.
Sketchbook due dates
Feb. 2, 4, 17, 19, 25
March 4, 10, 18, 22
April 2, 15,
May 3, 9, 13, 19, 26
June 3, 9
Part 1 – Longitude/latitude (handout)
Part 2 – Alphanumeric Map – # 2 + 3, 5-10 Textbook info
If you’re on a trip and want to find out what you missed, click on the above link.
The Giver Reading Plan
THREE Journal Responses – Due: March 4th, 2016
Reading Response Journal Template – Use this form to write your response
Journal Scoring Guide – RUBRIC
Reading Response Journals – Follow the directions on how to write a good journal response
Journal response examples
Your responses should have a connection to either TEXT, WORLD or SELF.
Your response should be be clear with evidence and supporting details
Your response should show the reader how you are looking at the book differently because of the connection.
HUGO literary devices report rubric
English 40S Transactional Focus
This test is scheduled for the week of 22 Feb. This unit was very interactive, with lots of “playing” with static electricity. The photocopy package of notes with text work relating to static electricity and basic circuits in current electricity are the main focus.
9A 24th 9B and 9C on the 25th
Follow the link below to watch one episode of LOGO in German. Make note of the date and write a summary of the show. You should include at least two sentences explaining each news item and be prepared to share about it next class (on Feb.17):