Your math homework for Monday is found on pages 35/36 Qs 1, 2, 3b, 3e, 3f and 5.
Your FSL homework for Monday is to complete questions 2 and 5 for verbs ending in -ER sheet handed out in class today. Find this on Google Classroom if you've lost it.
Complete sections C and D of Wordly Wise Lesson 3 for Friday.
Mr. Smith (he/him)
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Please make sure to finish your trees for art tomorrow!
Your math homework is due tomorrow (Pages 31-32 Q: 1, 2, 3 and 4). Make sure to practice your written expressions, we will review this tomorrow. (It is posted on Google Classroom)
Complete sections A and B of the Wordly Wise Lesson 3 for tomorrow.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Reminder that your math homework is found on pages 31-32 #1, 2, 3 and 4 for Wednesday!
Bonjour à toutes et tous!
Please remember to request a book using the following link: https://forms.gle/mxjJKpfZ1ET7AEFo7
Next week, we are starting Secret Path week. Please make sure to bring warm, outdoor clothing as we will be walking during Phys. Ed. in honour of Chanie Wenjack.
Your Problem of the Week #3 is due on Monday.
Your Figurative Language project is due on Monday!
Your Monthly News articles are due on Monday!
No Science homework. We will continue the water cycle on Monday.
No Social Studies homework. We will continue Chapter 2 next week.
No French homework this weekend. We will continue learning about food next week.
Use this link to help you write your conclusion for our bread experiment! RERUN - Bread Experiment
The conclusion is due tomorrow, October 15th!
Don't forget to tell your parents what you thought!
Please note that your fig. lang. quiz is tomorrow, October 15.
You'll need to be able to define, identify and give an example of different figurative language devices.
Your Figurative Language Project is due on Monday, October 19!
Bonjour à toutes et tous. Le long week-end est arrivé!
Hello everyone. The long week-end is here!
Please use the following link to request a new book from the library: https://forms.gle/mxjJKpfZ1ET7AEFo7
We started our Science experiment Don't Hold Any Mold! or An Abundance of Wondrous Fungus? What conditions are ideal for sporogenesis? Which conditions will have the most mold spores present?
We have continued practicing isolating variables. Use the practice sheet given out in class to refine your math skills. The practice sheet is due on Tuesday. If you've lost this page, it is available on Google Classroom under isolating variables practice.
Make sure to study for the Intro + Chapter 1 Quiz on Tuesday. The chapters and the study guide are posted on Google Classroom.
Make sure to finish Worldy Wise Lesson 2 section E (story + questions) for Tuesday!
Make sure you finish the onomatopoeia and alliteration pages in your figurative language booklet for Tuesday.
We learnt les produits laitiers et les substituts this week. Next week we will introduce les viandes et les substituts.
Have a great long weekend and see you Tuesday!
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Bonjour à toutes et tous. Vous m'avez manqué!
Hello everyone. I've missed you!
Make sure to check Google Classroom. There are new materials posted for each class.
Request a new book from the library using the following link: https://forms.gle/mxjJKpfZ1ET7AEFo7
We introduced les légumes this week. Make sure you finish your vegetable cards for Monday.
Finish your isolating variable sheet (both sides) for Monday. Check Google Classroom if you've lost yours.
What are Fungus, Lichen and Conks? We'll be doing a science experiment on Monday to find out more about fungi.
What is the Nutrient Cycle? How do nutrients move through an ecosystem?
Why do we wear orange shirts on September 30th? Complete your Orange Shirt day activity for Monday.
Complete Wordly Wise Lesson 1 sections A, B, C and D for Monday.
Complete personification in your Figurative Language booklet.
Joyeux vendredi à toutes et à tous! Happy Friday to all!
Please read all the information below carefully.
Here is the link to fundraise money for Terry Fox: https://secure.terryfox.ca/registrant/TeamFundraisingPage.aspx?TeamID=916420
Please remember what we talked about on how to fundraise safely.
Picture Day is on Monday, September 28th. You must be wearing your white crested polo with the crested cardigan or crested vest for your photo!
Your Math homework for Monday, September 28 is found on pages 26-28 Questions 1, 3, 4, 7, 8 and 9.
Practice your times tables up to 12x12. You will need to know these for Monday!
Join 6-3 Math on Google Classroom using the following code: pc5kjju
What are the four levels of the forest? What kind of abiotic and biotic factors live in each level?
You need to finish your Food Web for Tuesday, September 29. If you lost the handout with the biotic factors, click FoodWeb.png.
Join 6-3 Science on Google Classroom using the following code: xqg5pnk
Governments exist to ensure the safety and well-being of its population. What kind of services do governments provide to its citizens?
What are your needs and wants. Complete your table with five for each category for Monday, September 28.
Join 6-3 Humanities on Google Classroom using the following code: obw6ncv
This week we learnt about metaphors and idioms. What are idioms? Are they literal or do they have a hidden meaning?
Your Idiom homework is due on Monday, September 28. Choose two idioms and use them in a sentence. Draw the two idioms in the space below. Make sure to use colour!
This week, we looked at les fruits. Aimes-tu les fruits? If you didn't finish your salade de fruits, you need to finish for Monday, September 28.
Next week, we will introduce les légumes!
Join 6-3 FSL on Google Classroom using the following code: hgnvb55
Bon weekend tout le monde! Have a great weekend!
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Your Math homework for Wednesday, September 23 is found on pages 22 and 23, questions 1, 2a, 2c, 4, 5b and 6.
Bonjour à toutes et à tous! Hello everyone!
We went over Lesson 3 of Patterns on Friday. Please complete Q. 1 a) and b) for Monday, 21 September.
We started our Trees and Forests unit this week. What makes a forest? What biotic and abiotic factors can you identify in this picture? https://cdn.thinglink.me/api/image/706493529060278272/1240/10/scaletowidth
We will continue our food web on Monday.
How do we make decisions? What are the four pillars of democracy?
Your Monthly News is due on Monday, 21 September 2020.
Please make sure to request at least one book from our e-library using the following link: https://forms.gle/mxjJKpfZ1ET7AEFo7
Everyone should have a book to read during Homeroom.
Mrs. Khatri will be coming by fifth block every Monday to distribute books.
Do you know ton alphabet? Écoutez this song to practice! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LYy3P2okyw&ab_channel=tialela99
Many people think le français is spoken in le Québec and la France only. How many countries speak French? On what continent are the most French-speaking countries found?
Bon weekend! Have a good weekend!
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Use this link to request a book from the library: https://forms.gle/mxjJKpfZ1ET7AEFo7
Ms. Khatri will come by our class every Monday to deliver books.
You must complete the first two pages (What are Similes? and Complete the Simile) of the Figurative Language booklet for tomorrow, September 15.
See you tomorrow!
Pages 8, 9 and 10 are for homework. You must complete questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 and 10 for Wednesday, September 16.
Here is a link to an online textbook: http://www.eskasonischool.ca/sites/www.eskasonischool.ca/files/doc/297/y2016/Nov/math_6_-_text.pdf
A pattern rule that relates the input to the output is the operation(s) done by the machine(s). E.g. The pattern rule is multiply by 6, then add 2.
The input rule describes the change to the inputs. E.g. The input rule is start at 2, then add 2 each time.
The output rule describes the change to the output. E.g. The output rule is start at 6, then add 4 each time.
We will go over this wording in class on Wednesday.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Welcome, 6-3! Bonjour à toutes et à tous!
What a crazy time this past week and a half has been! Thankfully, we are ready to move forward with the 2020-2021 school year. Full steam ahead!
It was great meeting you all this morning for our first class together. I can tell that we are going to have a fantastic year together!
Here is a link to learn about our e-library: https://www.cbe.ab.ca/support/Documents/What-is-eLibrary.pdf. Happy reading!
Homework: Make sure to finish your 'Problem of the Week' for Monday, September 14.
À lundi! Can't wait to see all your smiling faces on Monday!
Thank you for all your hard work throughout this year. I can only imagine what kind of stresses and obstacles you had to face. However, this is a year you will not soon forget, and neither will I. You have made my first year of teaching so thrilling and positive. I always looked forward to seeing all of you in my class or online. It will be hard to change my routine over summer.
I sincerely wish that all of you are able to come on Monday to a special Google Meet and say goodbye to your peers. It will start at 10 am. Use the code: hum72-4
If I do not see you, I hope you have a wonderful summer and I cannot wait to see you all next year, in whatever capacity that may be.
Hi, Grade 7 students!
Ms. Chan and Ms. Palleschi-Tonn are hopeful that we will be playing our instruments in the fall with you all!
This year you began playing your new band instruments, but now you have different types of bands to choose from! In the google form there are descriptions of the different types of bands that are available to you: Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band and General Music. Piano and Drum-kit become options this year in Jazz Band–prior experience is preferable!
Remember, you are giving us your first and second choice of classes that you would like to play next year. This will help us to make sure that we have balanced bands for you to play in for the 2020/2021 school year! Even though you get to have choice within your band section, remember that the final decision will come from Ms. Palleschi-Tonn and Ms. Chan. (Instrument choices will be considered but it will be unlikely for a switch unless you have private lesson experience with piano and drum-kit)
We look forward to making music with you again soon.
Ms. Chan and Ms. Palleschi-Tonn
Hello everyone, and happy Friday!
A message from our Yearbook committee:
It’s not too late to get your 2019-2020 yearbook!
Order online today at ybpay.lifetouch.ca and enter Yearbook code 11654520
Deadline for all orders is June 30!
Thanks to everyone who signed up for a one-on-one session for your short story. I think they were productive and hope I could help you elevate your work! Your final copy of your short story is due Tuesday 26 May!
The War of 1812 is an important event in Canadian history. It helped solidify British North America's allegiance to Britain, contrasted itself with the independent United States and helped set the stage for the formation of a "Canadian" identity. However, some in British North America profited more than others from this "shared identity". Why?
Your assignment is due on Wednesday, 27 May.
Please note that there will be no Google Meet on Monday 25 May.
I cannot stress how much I miss seeing you all in our class and hope to see you again when it is deemed safe.
Have a fantastic weekend everyone.