This is about the best shooters in the NBA all time! Tell me what you think of this!
10. LeBron James
Why? You might think Lebron is in the top 5 but no. LeBron can dunk shoot and break ankles, but not good enough at shooting to in top 5.
9. Damien Lillard
Why? He wasn’t as good as him in 2019-20
8. Jamal Crawford
Why? He has nice alley nice passes and good shooting but not as good as the players in top 5.
7. Jason Terry
Why? He has precise shooting. I also thought he was going to be somewhere in top 5 but he didn’t make it.
6. Vince Carter
Why? He good at dunking but not so sure about shooting.
5. Kyle Korver
Why? Shoots like a beast and good at shooting but not as good as being in the top 3.
4. Reggie Miller
Why? He knows what he’s doing he play’s smart but not in top 3.
3. James Harden
Why? He used to this thing that would cheat or something back in his prime. He is good at shooting but he gained some weight but I think he’s back on the grind.
2. Ray Allen
Why? I heard a lot of good things about him. He’s good at shooting and he is a good ball handler.
1. Stephen Curry
Why? He is a beast! He is the best shooter and he is my favorite NBA of all time! He is the best shooter and you cannot deny! He also won the champion ships against Boston Celtics this season!
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Here is a link to the assignments for this upcoming week. Click on them to download and then watch the videos of the lessons that accompany these assignments.
Grade 7 assignment: on assignment 3.1 complete #’s 1-10 and 13
18.09.25 grade 7 – fractions to decimals and ordering – 3.1 3.2-2n43hzg
Grade 8 – Assignment 5.1. Complete #’s 6-18
19.09.27 gr 8 fraction decimals percent – 5.1
Today we are getting into small groups to read about Terry Fox before we honour his memory with a run. Check out the link below and read his story.
Grade 7’s are using number lines to add and subtract their integers this week. They are working on assignments 2.3 #’s 1-2, 4-6, and 8 and assignment 2.4 #’s 1-4, 7, 10, 12
18.10.01 grade 7 – adding subtracting integers-2c6b3ph
Grade 8’s are working on dividing integers this week. They are working on assignment 2.3 #’s 3-13, and 16-17
18.10.01 grade 8 – dividing integers – 2.3-2by1xqs
Check out the link below and write about your opinion/reaction, or something reasonably related in your quick write book (10 min.)
Today we did a quickwrite about a girl who had her lemonade stand shut down by police officers. Read the articles, plan your writting for 3 min. and write for 10 min. on almost any topic so long as it is related to the initial material in some way.
This week we are introducing integers for Grade 7 and 8 with the Grade 7’s learning to add and subtract integers and the Grade 8’s going into multiplication of integers. Below you will find scans of the textbook assignment and videos of a lesson from class.
Grade 7’s – Your assignment is # 2.1 and 2.2 in the textbook. You are to complete 2.1, #’s 1-7, and 2.2, #’s 1-6, and 8.
19.09.11 grade 7 – representing integers – 2.1
19.09.11 grade 7 – adding integers with tiles – 2.2
The video lesson for 2.2 will is TBA
Grade 8’s – Your assignment is #2.1 in the textbook. You are to complete #’s 5-14, and 16-19
19.09.11 grade 8 – models to multiply integers – 2.1