January 31

Math – Jan. 31

This week the Grade 7’s are studying how to find the area of parallelograms and triangles.  The Grade 8’s will be studying the volume of rectangular and triangular prisms.

Grade 7: Assignments 4.3 and 4.4 do all #’s

19.02.18 grade 7 – area of parrallelogram and triangles – 4.3-4.4-1i4cvcv

Grade 8: Assignments 4.5 and 4.6.  For 4.5 do #’s 4-13 and for 4.6 do #’s 3-13

19.02.11 grade 8 – volume of prisms – 4.5-4.6-144l1cv

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January 27

Structure building assignment

Students are to complete the assignment  below (except that they only have to build the chairs, not the additional structures).  They are to follow the steps outlined below…

  1. Build the structures as outlined in the directions.
  2. Fill out an formal lab write-up (see the link below) to show their understanding of proper lab procedures in this experiment.
  3. Complete the stress testing of their chairs.
  4. Finish their formal lab write-up.
  5. Complete the questions in the assignment on a separate piece of paper. (except for #3)
  6. Print out their formal lab and their attach it to the responses to the questions in the assignment to hand in.

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January 25

Math – Jan. 18

20.10.20 grade 7 – area of circles – 4.5

Grade 7’s – Your assignment is 4.5 #’s 1-7

 

Check out this video below that explains exactly how the formula for the area of circle was arrived at thousands of years ago (formula explained).

And here is a follow up lesson video on #4 as it often gives people a moment to figure out

 

20.01.20 gr 8 – surface area of a right triangular prism – 4.4

Grade 8’s – Your assignment is 4.4 #’s 4-10

January 20

Art – Zentangle

Today we studied how line can be used to express emotion, depth, and various effects.  We experimented with how there are many different types of line, and how lines can be used to create mood.

We observed zentangles.  Zentangles are made by using line and pattern. Students observe examples and created their own.

 Assignment: Students were asked to create their own zentangle using their new-found knowledge of line, and pattern.

click the links below to see examples of zentangles

 

January 17

Math – January 11

20.01.13 grade 7 – circumference of a circle – 4.2

Grade 7’s – Your assignment is 4.2 #’s 1-9

 

20.01.13 grade 8 – surface area of right rectangular prisms – 4.3

Grade 8’s – Your assignment is 4.3 #’s 4-10, 13, and 15

 

Here is the video for the Math Antics on Circumference and Area that you were asdked to do in the morning in the classroom.  The worksheets were distributed in class and on the Math page of Teams.

January 14

Animators

Here I am going to tell u what my favourite youtube animators and giving u some information on them.

First my first animator that I watched was “The odd ones out”. the odd ones out is a anim8ed series of one guy (James) telling u about what happened during his life (actually thats what everyone is doing) James full name in James odd ones out Rallison he is 25 and he has two ✌ books. Also I want you to notice that they don’t look alike at all

next I’m going to tell you about somethingelseyt very long and confusing name I know. But his Real name is Adam Ortiz he is 24 years old has two Spotify song has 4.1 mill subs and he and James get a long well and are sometimes int he same video because they both live in Arizona. still don’t look alike.

January 12

Timed Item for Remote Learning

He Who DreamsToday you are taking a brief quiz based on ch. 1-3 of He Who Dreams by Melanie Florence.  To complete this you will need to follow this link and enter this code 1799 2745.  You will need to give yourself a name that clearly identifies your real identity.  This link will only be open for a limited time to submit on Teams.  You must complete this task in the assigned time or you will be considered “absent” from class.

January 7

Math Jan. 10

Today we are taking our linear equations from the previous weeks and putting them into action in different formats including tables and graphs.

Note: seeing as we are currently in remote learning students may either choose to create their own graph paper using this link.  Or they can use an online graph creating website at this link  for their assignment.  Grade 8’s: when using this link you will need to input your positive and negative values for making a cartesian plane.  If you wish to do them digitally online, then you can use this link here.

Grade 7’s are working on assignment 1.6 in the text and completing numbers 1-8

19.01.15 grade 7 – graphing relations – 1.6-2jjbiak

 

Grade 8’s are working on assignment 6.7 in the text and completing numbers 4-13

19.01.15 grade 8 – graphing linear equations – 6.7-webak2

Here is a very helpful video for the grade 8’s

…and here is a another very helpful video for the grade 8’s

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