The staff at Whistler for Hillcrest ski day.
Earlier this year we began reading a very powerful book called Wonder. After many starts and stops we are finally able to really delve into the message of the story, and make meaningful connections to it. Good readers have a few things in common, they visualize while they read, they ask questions, and they make connections to their own world whether it is to an actual event (self) or to something read or watched (text) or to an event in the world (world). As we read Wonder we stop and talk about our connections and our questions so that we can deepen our understanding of the story as well as life.
1) Complete response to Wonder. Add it to your evernote, and share it with me through google docs.
2) Math - grade 7s - pg 136 #3,4,5
Mr. Hong - pg. 180 #2-5
Ms FIndlay - Find 5 ratios from around the house. Finish worksheet.
Ms Wilson - finish worksheet
Bring in those pennies. Almost another bag has been filled by Division one and we want to keep it going!
I am a grade 7 teacher who has been teaching in the Surrey School District for over 28 years. I love to read, garden, walk, and spend time with family, friends and my golden retriever Kona.
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