December 1

Writing Your Own Report Card

Report cards are around the corner.  Students will be critically examining their own academic performances by writing their own report cards.  To do this students will be using the blank template attached below, the comments sent to them on Teams, and their own returned assignments and rubrics to make a hypothesis of their marks, behaviours, and expected comments.  See the attached materials below that were shared in class.

Blank report card to work on

21.11.30 blank report card

Rubric for the assignment

21.11.30 self report card writing rubric

 

December 1

Mind Maps and Grid Maps

Students are working on Geography in Social Studies.  This week they are working from mind maps to grid maps.  On. Wed. the students are going to do a mind map of planet Earth.  They will be given a large piece of paper to create, from memory to the best of their ability, a map of planet Earth complete with as much detail as they think they are able to include from the 7 continents, to lines of latitude and longitude etc. (see the list below).  Then we will get together with partners to see what they had that we could have included in our own.

Then, on Thurs. students are going to be given a large piece of grid paper to work on their more formal map. Students will then have access to an atlas to help them to make a detailed map with all the elements in the list below.  They will also use their pencils and crayons to create a full colour representation.

Hint: at a later day, we will once again do a mental map to see how much we have learned: be ready.

Some materials used in class:

Grid printed for class

21.11.29 graph-paper-eighth-inch

Rubric for assignment

21.12.02 grid mapping rubric