Building criteria as a class is one way that students gain a clear understanding of expectations for an assignment. Using Todays Meet, the students used an example of a response written by a former student to brainstorm what is needed to write an excellent response. If you wish to see the twitter-like brainstorming click on the following link: Todays Meet.
This afternoon the school was entertained by a visiting Arts groups in the gym. It is always entertaining to see the arts in action.
1) Survey - please complete the technology survey tonight. Click on the link: Tech Survey . Please be as honest as you can. We need these results for tomorrow.
2) Math grade 7s - 31. and 3.2 worksheet; grade 6s - worksheet
3) PE - Thursday
4) Think about a journal topic for this week to publish - sorry that we have not had time in class yet for an assigned topic.
5) Have your response for Ivan at school for Thursday as you will be working on it.
Upcoming events to mark on your calendars:
Skating at Fleetwood Sports and Leisure Centre - Nov. 29, 1:15 - 2:15
Castle Fun Park - Term 1 Celebration trip - Dec. 7, 9:30 - 2:30
Report Cards - Dec. 7
Early Dismissal for Parent Teacher Conferences - Dec. 12 and 13, 1:37
"A Christmas Carol" School Play - Dec. 18 and 19
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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Batter's Up Baseball
Division without decimals
Math Antics - Percentages
Finding a Percent
Percent Word Problems
Percent of a Whole Number
Khan Academy - more on Percents
Parts of A Microscope
Wet Mount Microscopy
San Diego Zoo
Gorillas in Rwanda
Classification of Life
CNN for Kids
Time for Kids
Pencil Crayon Shading and Blending
Creativity Requires Time
Moon Shot Thinking
Obvious To You, Amazing To Others
A Pep Talk from Kid President
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