Look at how awesome you all look!
My bad with the high ISO. Do you see how grainy things are? #oops
Good lesson to always check your iso and GET IT LOW LOW DROP IT DROP IT LOW LOW.
Period 4: English 20
Fix Me quizizz closes today so that is your last chance to re do it.
Short Story Learning Targets:
Today we read a memoir.
- Students will recognize that talk is an important tool for communicating, thinking and learning
- Students will speak to clarify and extend thinking
- Students will speak to express understanding
- Students will speak to share thoughts, opinions and feelings
- Students will speak to build relationships and a sense of community
- Students will practice the behaviours of effective speakers
- Students will recognize and adjust verbal and nonverbal presentation elements
- Students will review their own oral activities carefully for content, organization, delivery and style
- Students will speak fluently and confidently in a variety of situations for a variety of purposes and audiences
- Students will practice the various roles of group members
- Students will speak to inform and persuade
- Students will practice informal interviewing skills
- Students will recognize listening as an active, constructive process
- Students will recognize listening as an active process that requires listeners to: anticipate a message and set a purpose for listening, attend, interpreting and summarizing, analyzing and evaluating
- Students will practice the behaviours of effective listeners
- Students will be sensitive to ideas and purpose when listening
- Students will provide appropriate feedback
- Students will listen effectively in a variety of situations for a variety of purposes
- Students will listen for personal pleasure and aesthetic satisfaction
- Students will recognize writing as a constructive and recursive process
- Students will recognize writing as a process of constructing meaning for self and others by using what is known as the writing process
- Students will practice the behaviours of effective writers
- Students will write introductions that engage interest and focus readers’ attention
- Choose a method of development and organization suitable for a particular purpose and audience
- Students will analyze and evaluate their own and others’ writing for ideas, organization, sentence clarity, word choice, and mechanics
- Students will confer with peers and teachers
- Students will write fluently and confidently for a variety of purposes and audiences
- Students will write for a variety of purposes including to: reflect, clarify, and explore ideas, express understanding, describe, narrate. Inform, and persuade, express self, create and entertain
- Experiment with a variety of forms of writing such as poem, play, anecdote or short story
- Students will present a point of view in a personal or reflective essay
- Students will recognize reading as an active, constructive process
- Students will recognize reading as an active process that requires readers to: make connections, find meaning, make and confirm predictions, make and confirm inferences, reflect and evaluate
- Students will practice the behaviours of effective, strategic readers
- Students will recognize author’s purpose, form and techniques
- Students will state and evaluate author’s theme, tone and viewpoint
- Students will relate the structure of the work to the author’s purpose and theme
- Students will skim, scan and read closely for required information
- Students will summarize information
- Students will locate, assess, and summarize information from a variety of sources
Representing and Viewing:
- Students will create appropriate nonverbal aids and visual images to enhance communication
- Students will present information incorporating visual aids to engage the intended audience
- Students will present thoughts, ideas, and feelings using an appropriate combination of visual aids and print
Let’s discuss the following vocabulary together…
- Sweat lodge:
- Medicine Man:
KeeperNMe Preparation; First Nations of Canada
Period 5: Social Studies 20
Poverty Unit is nearly complete today we will work through an activity and then move onto learning about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
ACTIVITY: You will pick a country in the world and study where the poverty is.
You will informally present:
1. The name of your country?
2. Where does ‘the poverty’ exist?
3. What is something shocking you learned?
4. What can be done to overcome this poverty in your region?
Period 6: Photography 20
Click HERE for more information on the Professional Photographers of Canada.
Critiquing Images from the PPOC.
You will be given a handout.
Period 4: English 20
We will read Charlie together.
Period 5: Social Studies 20
Period 6: Media Studies 20/Photography 20
Critiquing images together…
Friday: Now and Then
Now and Then