Today we are doing two mini-labs.
Problem #1: what happens when we have a bottle filled with water with a cap on top, a pin in the side, we pull the pin? Then, what happens when we remove the cap?
Watch the video after your hypothesis (on mute). Then watch not muted and complete your conclusion.
Problem #2: What happens when there are three pins in the bottle (one on top, one middle, and one low), with the bottle full, no cap, and all pins removed. Then what happens when we drop the bottle?
Watch the video after your hypothesis, then complete your conlusion.
Interview on Ernest
Hello, I am doing for my ww is an interview on Ernest.
So, I had some questions for Ernest, and he answered them. ok the first question I asked was “how many siblings do you u have Ernest “? He said I have two siblings. So that answered my first question. now I have 3 more questions.
Now for my second question what do you do when you are not in school Ernest? he said “I am playing basketball or on my phone “. Ok that I s a good answer I would do the same thing as u now I asked that I have 2 more questions for Ernest.
Ok this is a good one. how many brothers do u have he said 3 because two live in the Philippines and one lives with and one other sibling lives in the Philippines
Now for the last one is what is your favorite food it is like dino nuggges .
That is all thank you
Today we are getting into 3d modelling with software. To help us get acquainted with CAD software we will be training with Sketchup through our educational licenses. Observe the videos below.
Mr. Ewert’s video on how to get a basic floor plan to walls, measurements, floors and paint.
Mr. Ewert’s video on paint and buying furniture to putting it into the model.
Link to Ikea to buy stuff
Link to Ikea furniture to put into your model
Mr. Ewert’s video on how to make videos of your model.
Today you will start to plan an actual life budget. The year is 2027, you are an entry level employee in a store. You make minimum wage and you need to make ends meet. How will you do it?
Use these links below to help you.
Links to help you find your expenses
How to figure out what you will actually make annually on a minimum wage job.
Finding out what the actual net income you will get (we will just use the Ontario 2018 one)
- Car expenses –https://carcosts.caa.ca/ (tells you the estimated gas)
total cost of owning a car http://www.edmunds.com/tco.html
Finding an apartments
Finding Cell Phone Prices
-Bell mobility cell plans
http://shop.shaw.ca/bestwifi/get-wifi-451K-137V6.html?#Plans ( this is shaw plans)
https://www.mts.ca/mts/personal/internet (MTS internet)
How much will my pet cost?
This website shares annual costs of owning a dog https://www.petfinder.com/pet-adoption/dog-adoption/annual-dog-care-costs/
the cost of owning a cat for a year
mortgage estimation (how much you will need to pay per month to buy a house
use this calculator to help you https://www.cibc.com/ca/mortgages/calculator/mortgage-payment.html?WT.mc_id=ExtPAID*Google*CIBC-Mortgages*G-E-Mortgage+Calculator+Exact*Mortgage+Rate+Calculator-Exact*mortgage+calculator
Heating and water for a house (finding average costs based on square footage of the house you’re buying.
Check out this chart for average cost s of heating your place http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy/publications/efficiency/heating-heat-pump/6835#table2
Hydro-electricity bill estimate for apartment (per person)
Heating costs chart to look at
vacation savings (find a vacation and divide by 12 for a monthly saving estimate)
how much the average Manitoban household spends
the average number of persons per household in Manitoba
Clothing and other various costs
What the average household (remember the ave. household has 2.5 people) spends on various costs
This guy did a budget much like ours. Check out his numbers
Today we covered how pressure can change the density within a substance. Check out the lesson plan we completed by clicking of the link below. The questions that you are to answer and hand in are also there. Then watch the video to see what we did.
Check out the Marshmallow test.
Read this article first about gratification
Then watch this video
Then read this follow up article
It is that time of year when we are testing for all the essential Math outcomes. Students are to use the study materials below to help prepare them for the upcoming Quiz. More materials will be given out prior to the end of the week to assist in student preparation. Be sure to use the videos below to help you with answering questions in the review that are giving you problems.
Gr. 7 5.2 quiz answer key – adding decimals
gr 7 adding and sub decimals answer key
Gr 7 adding and subtracting integers mid year review answer key
Gr. 8 squares and square roots review answer key
Gr 8 mult and div of integers answer key
gr 8 mult fractionws review answer key
This and next week we are reviewing the 3 essential outcomes of Grade 7-8 math. These outcomes are assessed each year to track and measure students’ ability in key outcomes that determine students’ ability. This week we are completing review packages that will prepare students for their end-of-year assessment in these outcomes.
Grade 7 assignment: to complete all #’s in the following assignment
Grade 8 assignment: to complete all #’s in the following assignment
This week we are reviewing concepts across the entire grade. Students will watch the video covering the answers of their 2nd MRLC quiz and then practice with one to prepare for their final quiz on Friday through Microsoft Teams. Mr. Ewert has also posted some cumulative reviews to help students prepare for their Math instruction come fall in their new grade.