We are entering basic algebra. The gr. 7 and gr. 8’s are doing some similar work this week. See the assignments below and the helpful video for instruction.
Students are asked to watch the video lesson (at least part 1) below to familiarize themselves with the basics of algebra (prior to engaging in the assignments)
Click on the assignments below
Grade 7 complete all questions
Grade 8 complete 5-8, 10 – 13
Assigned Task Today: Whilst reading The Hobbit today see if you can identify some “topics” to share from the book.
Watch the video below to learn how to find themes in literature. Then check out these notes on the video for a review.
Are you ready for Tier 2? If so, click the link below to self-join. This will enforce the need for a min. of 25 wpm and 95% accuracy to pass each level.
Today the Grade 7’s are looking at converting from fractions, to decimals, and finally, to percents. Grade 8’s will be working on ratios.
Click on the links below to watch the lessons (videos coming soon) and to download the assignment.
Grade 7’s are to complete all questions and Grade 8’s are to complete questions 4-16
You have a French Test on “La Famille” taking place on Thurs. Nov. 19th. How to study. See below and access all the links mentioned through your assignment on Teams:
Specifically today: Mr. Ewert is suggesting that you go to Quizlet and practice your knowledge. You might even host a quick Live section for your class. Follow this link below.
Grade 7 Assignment: click the link below for the assignment and watch the videos for extra help with converting between different forms of numbers (dec., fractions and more). Grade 7 are to do all questions of the assignment.
Grade 8 Assignment: click the link below for the assignment. Grade 8’s are expected to complete #’s 3-12 in preparation for their quiz on Friday.
Today we are exploring how the Mesopotamians developed written language. See the links to the assigned material and the video below.
Today we introduced ourselves to Mesopotamia by watching the video “Nomads to Farmers”. There is a link to the video below and a copy of the questions we answered in class.