Goooooood Monday!

Hey dolls!
I am baaaaaaaaack.

Let’s catch up.
What is everyone up to with their advertising projects?
Does everyone have their footage uploaded from their behaviour/elementary school shoot?
How was your time with Miss Marchand?

Photography 20:
Grab some memory cards and let’s head down to the windows near the kitchen…
Today I will be showing you how easy it is to freeze one another under ice.
-figuratively speaking of course

Social Studies 20 and English 20:
We will be doing a combined activity.

€ What is the traditional worldview of Aboriginal peoples in relation to the; treatment of mother earth? 4.20
-treatment of others? -treatment of ‘money’?
€ I can define and explain acculturation. 4.21
€ I can define and explain assimilation. 4.22
€ I can list and explain 5 elements of acculturation that were used again Aboriginal peoples. 4.23
-invasion and resistance -evacuation and urbanization
-discrimination -personal and cultural identity -indigenous trap
€ I can define and explain a treaty. 4.24
€ I can explain the contrast between Tradition Aboriginal Worldviews and those of the European settlers. 4.25
€ I can articulate where discrepancies existed in treaty signings. 4.26

Is everyone done Half Husky? It doesn’t look good in Google Classroom…. HOOLIGANS!
How does the paradigm of nature vs. nurture fit a theme in Half Husky?
How are Harvey and Nanuk similar?
Explore: Explain with 3 examples and 3 direct quotations from the book.

Vanessa grows up in a “strong brick house” raised by her grandfather and mother, while Harvey grows up in the “North End… in a small square frame house raised by an Aunt. What does where these two characters grew up have to do with who they are as characters? Why does Laurence do this?
Explain with two quotations from the book?

What did you like about it?
What did you dislike about it?
What can we learn from it?
Did it remind you of Elastic Heart in any way?
Any other characters we have read about this semester?

We will then take a break from World War II, a pause in Environment and we will honour Aboriginal Awareness Week and the many learning targets found within the Social Studies 20 curriculum surrounding our native people.


Then for English we will read Charile together as a class.
This piece of literature completely coincides with what we will have watched in Social.

English 20: Work Period
Social Studies 20: Kahoot!
Photography/Media Studies 20: Work Period

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