HIS Student Summary Jan 2015
HIS Guidepost – Evidence
HIS Guideposts – Historical Significance
HIS Guideposts – C&C C-C
HIS Guideposts – Perspective
Stories of Louis Dupuis and Mariah Grant
Life history assignment instructions are attached – they’re very clear!
Please know who you’re going to interview by Monday, Feb. 2.
HIS30S Life History Interview Assignment
Bring 4 photos of your family to introduce to the class! Each photo introduction should be five sentences long – describe the people in the picture, tell us where and when it was taken, etc.
Others in the class will ‘mark ‘ the presentation using the following criteria:
Did the presenter greet the class?
Do you know how the people in the picture are related to the presenter?
Do you know when and where each picture was taken?
Monday, February 9, 2015 – Gr. 9 Family Studies
Remember the Titans Character Sketch due dates:
Skills 8-1 – Thurs. Feb. 19
Skills 8-2 – Fri. Feb. 20
1) Idea Mapping
2) Opening Paragraph
3) 3 Paragraphs – a characteristic & an examples for each paragraph
4) Closing Paragraph
Unit 1 Test
1) ionic equations, precipitates and solubility rules
2) strong acids and bases
4) redox reactions
You will be expected to:
1) predict the products from the reaction of two aqueous solutions
2) predict if the products will be soluble (aq) or form a preciptate (s)
3) write the balanced molecular equation
4) write the total ionic equation
5) write the net ionic equation
6) list spectator ions
Unit 1: Aqueous Solutions
In case you missed class, there are 2 assignments due Jan. 30:
1) Answer the following questions about the Brene Brown video we watched in class. If you missed it, follow the link:
Reflection: What is Brown talking about? Please summarize her talk. How does this affect our discussion about decision-making?
2) If you missed the Jan. 29 class, you also need to use the DECIDE model below to consider your post high school plans.
¨Define the topic or problem/issue. What will you do your first year after high school?
¨Explore the alternatives or options. (What are your choices?)
¨Check alternatives. (List pros and cons for each alternative/option.)
¨Identify possible solutions. (Pick the best choices.)
¨Decide and take action. (Make the best choice.) – Ignore this for now
¨Evaluate and revise. – Ignore.
Assignment – What is where
Wir schreiben fuer das Manitoba German Language Contest am Mittwoch und Freitag.
The annual Senior High Band Workshop took place on Monday, January 26, 2015. This is the second year that the students and clinicians enjoyed the beautiful surrounding at the University Women’s Club down the street from Westgate. The students broke into instrumental sectionals, working with a professional player on each individual instrument, and filled all the rooms of the historic Ralph Conner House with great sounds! They filled the halls with music from 9:00 in the morning to 8:00 at night and came to school the next day with chapped lips, sore arms and solid preparation for our upcoming Optimist Festival performance.
Thank you to the University Women’s Club, the clinicians, to Ross Brownlee and all the students!
Students should have completed reading our book (Vorstadt Krokodile) till the end of ch. 9. The accompanying questions should also be completed.
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. Their mission is to help people find and share books they love.
Click on the link provided below:
Students are supposed to create five sentences to describe their life using the passe compose.
– Use four different subjects (Je, on, nous, ma famille et moi)
– Use one “IR” verb, one “ER” verb, one “RE” verb, and two irregular verbs.
Fractions Test is scheduled for February 4. Below you will find the test review with a copy of the answer key.
2014 Fractions Test Review (PC users only)
2014 Fractions Test Review pdf (use for Apple products)
2014 Fractions test review answer key pdf
Christian Ethics 101
Is Morality natural
Westgate Mennonite Collegiate is seeking a Part-Time evening & weekend Custodian. This is a permanent evening position – Monday thru Friday with occasional weekend hours (15 – 20 hours per week). Light duties include cleaning classrooms, hallways and washrooms, sweeping, mopping, dusting, vacuuming, and emptying waste containers. Responsible for building security, work with minimal supervision, be efficient, friendly, able to problem solve and maintain the school’s cleanliness to the highest of standards. Criminal Record and Abuse Registry checks will be required.
Westgate Mennonite Collegiate is centrally located on a bus route.
86 West Gate
Please apply to Debbie Watson-Business Manager at Westgate Mennonite Collegiate either by
No phone calls please. Thank you for your interest.
We are in the process of inviting prospective students to learn more about Westgate. Please spread the word to your friends, family and church friends about our up and coming Open House.
Westgate Open House: Wednesday, February 4th. Please feel welcome to drop in 7:00-9:00 pm.
Worksheet 5 questions 1-14
2014 Worksheet 4 ordering fractions + review should be completed
2014 Worksheet 5 review mult.problems
The test on the Mental Emotional Health unit will be on Tues. Mar. 24. We will add more details to the site as we go thru unit.
2014 Worksheet #1 Intro
2014 Worksheet 2
2014 Worksheet 3
2014Worksheet 4 ordering fractions + review
2014 Worksheet 5 review mult.problems