Your assignment is to watch the newscast below and to select one of the stories to represent. Your task is to represent all the major facts of the news story. Students are encouraged to engage in many different forms of presenting the news article they have chosen.
Possible ways to represent the news story:
Poster showing the main facts
Point-form list of the facts
Power-point presentation sharing all the different facts
Dramatic representation – recreate the scene, a panel of “experts”, fake interviews, and more…
an in-person news report or oral presentation (example)
Today students are being introduced to the flood of population that happened in Canada during the later part of the 1800s. This is covered in chapter 5 of our Social Studies textbook. Students are completing the assignment that identifies new vocabulary in ch. 5 of our textbook.
Today we are studying induction; where students engage in experimenting with moving electrons in an objects without actually touching it. The students observed an experiment in class and followed along by filling out the lab linked to below.
Students are to complete the ELA Skills assignment linked below. After completing the assignment they are to write a paragraph on a separate piece of paper that represents their outline on the final page. week 10 – elaborate ideas
On Friday, May 1 Grade 6-7E will be having a test on all that they have studied on static electricity. To help students study for the test Mr. Ewert has made a jeopardy game to study with. Check out the power point below to help you brush up on basic static concepts.