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Hello parents and students, hope everyone is staying well.
For Math, please complete Lesson 6 in your textbooks, pages 26-28, questions 1-5 for homework for Monday October 19.
This week in Humanities, students completed two units; Figurative Language and Decision Making. For Monday October 19, please have your Figurative Language visual assignment ready to hand in. Please take time to over over the rubric posted on Google Classroom, as it outlines carefully how you will be assessed.
In Humanities next week, students at SWL will be partaking in activities to start conversations toward understanding residential schooling in Canada, the many forms of resistance that indigenous children exercised against residential schools, and how to imagine and enact reconciliation. Over the weekend, take some time to bring any questions or thoughts that you would like to discuss on the topic.
Enjoy your weekend, stay warm!
For this weekend's homework, please finish up for Math"Solving Word Problems" using expressions for Tuesday.
This week in Social, students have finished Intro and Chapter 1 of our textbook. Please be ready to write a quiz on the concepts we have covered for Tuesday, October 13. Have a look at your study guide!
We will also be finishing Figurative Language in ELA, and there will be a quiz on terms on Thursday, October 15.
Enjoy the (long) weekend :)
I want to thank all of you who participated in Orange Shirt Day and the Terry Fox run. Great work!
This week, we looked at expressions and isolating variables. Please bring your isolating variables homework for Tuesday, along any questions you may have. In science, we studied the differences between Food Webs and Food Chains, as well as Fungus, Lichen, and Conks.
Enjoy your weekends! Get outside :)
This week in Social Studies, we looked at the difference between fact and opinion when discussing issues, and what responsibilities governments have. For review, read pages13-16 of Voices in Democracy.
In ELA, we continued our Figurative Language unit, looking at hyperbole and personification.
In Science, students looked at forest ecosystems, and began illustrating and labeling levels of the forest in their visual journals. This is due for Tuesday.
Math we looked at variables in patterns. Please do pages 22-23 #1,2,4,6 for Monday.
Have a great weekend!
Sir Wilfrid Laurier School is participating in this year’s Terry Fox School Run and online fundraising has begun! Let’s keep it going! Please help our students make a difference in the lives of so many Canadians affected by cancer. Donate at: http://www.terryfox.ca/SirWilfridLaurier #terryfoxschoolruns @terryfoxfoundation
This week, we covered 1.1 and 1.2 in math. Please ensure questions #1-4 pg. 14-15 are done for Monday's homework check. For Humanities, please complete the "O Canada" article and questions for a homework check. There is no homework for Science.
Next week, we will be able to take out books from the library. Take a moment to fill out this Google forum to let Ms. Khatri know what books you would like to borrow: https://forms.gle/mxjJKpfZ1ET7AEFo7
Enjoy your weekend!
Hello students and parents,
Glad to see everyone back this week. This blog is where you will find any school updates and can follow along with the day to day learning that happens in our classroom. Please check here regularly to be aware of any homework assignments and current learning.
For 64, students are expected to bring their "Dear Me" letters for Monday, September 14th. See you all Monday!
Hello everyone! Hope to see you all tomorrow for our farewell.
The code for 11am 6-4 meet is: myc-occz-qvx
The code for 1130am 6-2 meet is: urm-uicw-vsz
See you tomorrow!
Good morning Grade 6! This week there is no scheduled ELA lesson. Feel free to work on your Memory Books. On Friday, Ms. Sharma and I will be hosting a Google Meet farewell. Check back this week to see the codes and times! Have a great week :)
This week in ELA, students are practicing writing effective endings when writing a story. This assignment will be due Monday, June 8. Next week, we will be putting it all together to write a whole story!
This week in Social Studies, students are learning about coming to a consensus and decision making within the Iroquois Confederacy. This worksheet will be due Wednesday, June 10.
Hope everyone has a great weekend!
This week for ELA, students are working on writing the most important part of the story, the main event! I highly recommend that students read through the Powerpoint posted in Google classroom carefully to know how to write events effectively. This assignment is due Monday, May 25. The weekly Health and Wellness material is also posted in ELA - check it out!
For Social Studies, we are looking at national and international current events. Students must read both articles posted and answer the questions on the Google Docs in Classroom. This assignment is due Wednesday, May 27th.
Have a great week!
Hello everyone, just want to remind everyone that Monday is a holiday, so I will be posting the ELA lesson on Tuesday, May 19th next week. I will also still have Google Meet on Tuesday from 10am-11am and 2pm-3pm. Enjoy the long weekend!
For Social Studies this week, students are learning about Iroquois Society and culture. Instructions for this lesson are posted on Google classroom, and questions 1-6 are due Wednesday, May 20. Lesson 1 about the story of the Peacemaker is due by the end of the day today.
Please note, as Monday is a holiday, next week's lesson for ELA will be posted on Tuesday, May 19th in the morning. Hope everyone gets to enjoy the long weekend, and safely spend some time outside!
This week in ELA, students will be continuing to work on how to build suspense when writing a story. For this assignment, make sure to go back and have a look at last week's notes, as student work must either raise story questions, use word referents, or the “Magic of Three.” Next week, we will start looking at how to write the main event of a story. Happy writing!
For this week's Health and Wellness addition, here is a video playlist that includes a workout for each day of the week. Enjoy!
I must say, I loved reading your elaborative detail stories. Very creative and descriptive work from many of you! This week, students will be working through Part 4 - Suspense in creative writing this week. Students are encouraged to carefully read through the powerpoint before working on the PDF. This assignment is due Monday, May 11th.
Student answers to the April Monthly News assignments are due by the end of the day today. All marks are up to date on PowerSchool.
Happy Star Wars Day! May the fourth be with you.
This week students are finishing up our unit on Democracy in Ancient Athens. Students are writing an open notes quiz on Google Forum. For this assignment, students may use their notes and Chapter 3 (posted in Google Classroom) to help them answer the questions. This quiz must be completed by May 6th.
Last week, students were assigned review questions for Athens and had to answer questions 1-8 of the worksheet. This is due at the end of day today.
Good afternoon parents and students,
This week for ELA, students have been assigned a current events article. Successful students will carefully read the articles "Egypt Reopens Oldest Pyramid," answer the questions about the article, and respond to the critical thinking question using effective persuasive writing. This assignment is due Monday, May 4th. Last weeks assignment, "Narrative Writing Part 3" is due by the end of day today.
All current assignments for ELA are marked on Google Classroom, and completion marks are updated on PowerSchool. For questions from students, please use firstname.lastname@example.org. For parent questions, please use email@example.com.
Have a great week!