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Virtual French Class: Week of June 8th

 

Hello!

Welcome to French Class! . This week we are going to integrate Science in French class by investigating more about  about fuel. The complete assignent is available on MyBlue Print. Please go have a look at the activity before you go over the suggested schedule otherwise what you will read below will not make sense.

 

Monday, June 8

10 min: Go over the assignment. Download the document to read. Print it if you want to.

15 min: Read the document once. Underline the words you don’t know.

5 min. Mouvement break. Do the following activity:

15 min: Go over the vocabulary you do not understand by watching additionnel videos or by using an online dictionary

Here’s a link to additional videos on the topic:

  1. 1. Apprends-en davantage au sujet du jour où les prix du pétrole sont devenus négatifs et consulte un tableau des prix du pétrole au fil du temps à
    https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1695501/prix-petrole-alberta-monde-…
    2. Visionne « Comment le prix du pétrole peut-il être négatif? » à
    https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/04/21/comment-le-prix-du-petrole-…
    3. À quoi sert le pétrole? Découvre-le en examinant l’infographie à
    https://32zn56499nov99m251h4e9t8-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uplo…
    4. Apprends-en davantage sur le pétrole brut au Canada à
    https://www.rncan.gc.ca/science-donnees/donnees-analyse/donnees-analyse-…
    5. Visite le site web de l’OPEP à https://www.opec.org/opec_web/en/ [en anglais]

Tuesday, June 9

20 min Answer the questions on the text you read yesterday on Le déclin du pétrole.

5 min movement break:

15 min: Verb Games

Play computer games to review verbs. I recommend the following site for you today: https://www.logicieleducatif.fr/index_conjugaison_grammaire.php

You can also opt for worksheets that I have submitted on the blog that you have not done yet.

Wednesday June 10 to June 12: Work on your blog entry

Write a first draft.

Take a movement break

Read your blog entry

Go over conventions and grammar.

Read it one last time.

Publish your blog entry.

I will add additional recommendations for novels you can read and more online games this week on your own time at home.

Have a great week!

Oli

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This week in Math Class: Week of May 19th

Tuesday, May 19th

  1. Watch the following video:

https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/coordinate-plane/

2. Complete the following activities:

 

Wednesday May 20, 2020

  1. Watch the videos

 

2. Complete the online activities

https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-7/graph-a-two-variable-equation

3. Math Makes Sense p. 47 #1-2-3-4

Thursday May 21, 2020

  1. Complete Math Makes Sense p. 47-48 # 5-8

Friday, May 22nd 

1- Watch the following video

https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/coordinate-plane-reflection-distance/video/

2- Complete the following activity

 

 

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Virtual Math Class: Week of May 11th

Hello! This week we will continue to explore patterns!

Monday, May 11th, 2020: Relationships in Patterns (Day 1)

Watch the video on Relationships in Patterns

2. Play the interactive game:

http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math7/quizzes/math7quizzes/gr7_ch4_les2-edited.htm

3. Complete the following activities.

ACTIVITY1:

Write a relation for the term for each number pattern.

A)

Term Number 1 2 3 4 5
Term 7 8 9 10 11

 

B)

Term Number 1 2 3 4 5
Term 7 14 21 28 35

 

C)

Term Number 1 2 3 4 5
Term 4 7 10 13 16

 

 

ACTIVITY 2:

An equilateral triangle has three equal sides.
Write a relation for the perimeter of an equilateral triangle with side length k.
What is the perimeter of an equilateral triangle with side length 15 cm?

 

ACTIVITY 3:

On Enviro-Challenge Day, Grade 7 classes compete to see which class can collect the most garbage.

Each student in Ms. Thomson’s class pledges to pick up 6 pieces of garbage.

➤  How many pieces of garbage will be picked up when

the number of students is 5? 10? 15? 20? 25? 30?

➤  What pattern do you see in the numbers of pieces of garbage?

➤  Write a rule to find how many pieces of garbage

will be picked up, when you know the number of students.

➤  Write an algebraic expression for the number of pieces of garbage picked up by n students.

Tuesday, May 12th: Relationships in Patters (Day 2) + Scratch

Part 1: Review more activities in relationships in patterns

ACTIVITY 1:

The cost of soccer jerseys for the soccer team is $50 for the initial set-up, plus $15 for each jersey ordered.
a) Write a relation for the total cost of j jerseys.

b) Another company charges $80 for the initial set-up, and $12 per jersey. Write a relation for the total cost of j jerseys for this company.

c) Which company would charge less if you ordered 12 jerseys?

ACTIVITY 2

Suggest a real-life situation that could be represented by each relation.

a) n + 7 is related to n

b) 4s + 5 is related to s

c) 20 + 4d is related to d

ACTIVITY 3

There are n students in the concert band.

Write a relation for each statement.

  1. a) the total number of music stands, if each pair of students shares one stand
  2. b) the total number of chairs, if there are 4 more chairs than students
  3. c) the total number of sheets of music, if each student has 7 sheets

ACTIVITY 4:

A pizza with cheese and tomato toppings costs $8.00. It costs $1 for each extra topping.

    1. a)  Write a relation for the cost of a pizza with e extra toppings.
    2. b)  What is the cost of a pizza with 5 extra toppings?
    3. c)  On Tuesdays, the cost of the same pizza with cheese
      and tomato toppings is $5.00. Write a relation for the cost of a pizza with e extra toppings on Tuesdays.
    4. d)  What is the cost of a pizza with 5 extra toppings on Tuesdays?
    5. e)  How much is saved by buying the pizza on Tuesday?

ACTIVITY 5:

Koko is organizing an overnight camping trip. The cost to rent a campsite is $20. The cost of food is $9 per person.

    1. a)  How much will the trip cost if 5 people go? 10 people go?
    2. b)  Write a relation for the cost of the trip when p people go.
    3. c)  Suppose the cost of food doubles.Write a relation for the total cost of the trip for p people.
    4. d)  Suppose the cost of the campsite doubles.Write a relation for the total cost of the trip for p people.
    5. e)  Explain why using the variable p is helpful.

Part 2: Coding

Play the following STAR WARS game on Minecraft https://studio.code.org/s/starwarsblocks/stage/1/puzzle/1

For each step of the game, can you come up with an algebraic expression?

Wednesday, May 13th: Patterns & Relationships in Tables

Watch the following video

2. Play the following games

  1. http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math7/quizzes/math7quizzes/gr7_ch4_les3-edited.htm
  2. http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math7/quizzes/math7quizzes/gr7_ch4_les4-edited.htm
  3. http://www.mathk8.nelson.com/math7/quizzes/math7quizzes/gr7_ch4_les5-edited.htm

 

3.Complete the following activities:

  1. Copy and complete each table..
Input
n

Output

14 – n

1
2
3
4
5
Input
n

Output

3n

1
2
3
4
5

 

2. Write a relation for each Input/Output table. (Find the algebraic expression for each table)

Input
n

Output

 

1   9
2 18
3 27
4 36
5 45
Input
n

Output

 

1 11
2 16
3 21
4 26
5 31

 

Input
n

Output

 

1   4
2   9
3 14
4 19
5 24
Input
n

Output

 

7 1
21 3
35 5
49 7
63 9

 

 

Thursday, May 14th: Math Project of the week

Read the worksheet below. Choose one of the activities. Show you work on MyBluePrint in the Math Project #8 section.

 

 

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Virtual French Class: Week of May 4th AND May 14th: Ancient Rome Digital Fair

In the following two weeks, we will prepare a digital FAIR on Ancient Rome!

Tu dois faire un travail de type enquête sur un thème de la Rome antique. Ton travail final doit contenir les éléments suivants:

  • 1 page à l’ordinateur, point 12,
    Arial ou Times New Roman à 1,5
    interligne qui expose la réponse à
    ta question d’enquête. Imagine que
    ton texte s’adresse à des lecteurs
    et à des lectrices qui ne
    connaissent rien sur Rome. Ton
    texte doit se terminer en faisant
    des liens entre la Rome antique et
    le Canada d’aujourd’hui (une
    feuille par équipe)
  • un projet que tu vas présenter sous la forme d’un court vidéo
  • Un glossaire de 10 mots importants avec leurs définitions.

Voici les sujets que tu peux choisir.

1. La vie quotidienne!

L’information doit traiter des aspects suivants: la mode, la nourriture, le rôle des hommes et des femmes et le divertissement.

Les projets peuvent être inspirés des idées suivantes: cuisiner un mets traditionnel de la Rome antique, s’habiller comme des

Romains, préparer une pièce de théâtre ou faire un film.

2. L’architecture!

L’information doit traiter des aspects suivants: les thermes, le Colisée, les théâtres, les maisons, les marchés, le Panthéon, l’hippodrome et le forum.
Les projets peuvent être inspirés des idées suivantes: faire un diaporama, faire une maquette, présenter des photos.

3. La politique et les lois!

L’information doit traiter des aspects suivants: la formation de la République et de l’Empire romain, le rôle du Sénat, la citoyenneté, les lois et les conséquences.

Les projets peuvent être inspirés des idées suivantes: simuler un débat entre deux formes de gouvernement,
présenter un diagramme de la hiérarchie sociale et de la hiérarchie au gouvernement ou s’habiller comme un politicien de la Rome antique.

4. Les arts!

L’information doit traiter des aspects suivants: les types d’œuvres (les sculptures, la monnaie, les monuments, la poterie, les toiles, les mosaïques), le rôle de l’art dans la société, la colonne Trajane, les toiles célèbres et les artistes célèbres.

Les projets peuvent être inspirés des idées suivantes: créer une mosaïque, faire de l’art de la Rome antique, montrer des photos, faire une sculpture ou un portrait.

5. Les Romains célèbres!

L’information doit traiter des aspects suivants: Jules César, Constantin, Auguste, Trajan Boudicca, Hannibal, Spartacus et Marcus Brutus.
Les projets peuvent être inspirés des idées suivantes: s’habiller comme un Romain, présenter un sketch qui personnifie les personnages, écrire un journal inspiré de la vie d’un personnage célèbre.

6. La religion!

L’information doit traiter des aspects suivants: les dieux de la Rome antique, le concept du polythéisme, les temples et les croyances de l’époque.
Les projets peuvent être inspirés des idées suivantes: raconter un mythe de la Rome antique, s’habiller comme les dieux, recréer une cérémonie religieuse.

7. La technologie et les sciences!

L’information doit traiter des aspects suivants: les arches et les voûtes, les aqueducs, les moyens de transport, la médecine.
Les projets peuvent être inspirés des idées suivantes: faire une maquette d’une infrastructure, représenter plusieurs inventions des Romains, monter un diaporama.

 

Please follow the step by step  below to make sure you stay on task.

 

Lundi 4 mai: Exploration des possibilités

Prends le temps de bien lire le travail demandé et d’explorer des possibilités.

Prends une décision afin de commencer le travail demain.

Ensuite, choisis deux jeux de grammaire sur le site suivant: https://m.bescherelle.com/thematiques-jeux/jeux-cm1

 

Mardi 5 mai: Vocabulaire

PARTIE 1: Connaissances Antérieures

J’écris ce que je connais sur le sujet:

PARTIE 2: VOCABULAIRE

Je m’informe du vocabulaire spécifique relié au sujet. Je trouve 10 mots importants sur le sujet et je note leurs définitions. Ces mots seront dans ton glossaire.

Mercredi 6 mai: Recherche d’information

Cherche des liens en ligne qui vont t’aider à préparer ton texte. Choisis au moins 3 liens. Publie les liens sur

Jeudi 7 mai: Meeting de classe et rédaction

Participe à la réunion de classe à 11h. Nous allons parler du projet avant le début de la rédaction et je vais répondre aux questions.

Ensuite, commence la rédaction de ta feuille d’information.

Vendredi 8 mai: Rédaction.

Journée de rédaction.

Lundi 11 mai: Meetings en petits groupes et Création du projet.

Tous les élèves travaillent sur la partie projet.

Je vais rencontrer ces élèves en petits groupes sur TEAMS afin de se donne du feedback sur notre écriture de la semaine passée.

Group 1 10 am-1045am

Isabel

Emmett

Isobel

William J.

Hawi

Sarah

Nina Liv

Group 2: 11 am-11:45am

Miriam

Lachlan

Liam

Sameena

Jake

Josephine

Lucian

Mardi 12 mai 2020: Rencontres en petits groupes et Création du projet

Tous les élèves travaillent sur la partie projet.

Je vais rencontrer ces élèves en petits groupes sur TEAMS afin de se donne du feedback sur notre écriture de la semaine passée.

Group 1 10 am-1045am

Nathan S

Max

Maclean

Yoshi

Izzy

Zoe

Jack

Group 2: 11am-11:45am

Emmanuel

Ella

Nathan F.

Jeremy

William T.

Alan

Ava

Mercredi 13 mai 2020

Compléter le projet et faire le vidéo.

Ajoute le glossaire, le vidéo et le document de recherche sur MyBluePrint

Jeudi 14 mai 2020

Partage des projets pendant une réunion de classe à 11h am sur TEAMS.

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Virtual Math Class: Week of May 4th

Hello,

 

This week we will review integers and we will begin instruction on algebraic expressions.

You will have 4 days of work and one virtual class with Oli.

Monday, May 4th: Integer Review

May the Force Be With You!

1- Watch the Video on Flocabulary about Integers and Number lines. We watched it before but it’s a good reminder.

Link: https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/integers/teacher-resources/overview/

2- Complete Decimal 6 pages B-44 or B-48

 

Tuesday, May 5th: Integers Project OR Meeting with Oli

The following students will meet with Oli today.

Group 1 10 am-1045am

Isabel

Emmett

Isobel

William J.

Hawi

Sarah

Nina Liv

Group 2: 1pm-1:45pm

Miriam

Lachlan

Liam

Sameena

Jake

Josephine

Lucian

Students that I am not meeting with today have to complete Math Project #6 on My Blue Print

Wednesday May 6th: Integers Project OR Meeting with Oli

The following students will meet with Oli today.

Group 1 10 am-1045am

Nathan S

Max

Maclean

Yoshi

Izzy

Zoe

Jack

Group 2: 11am-11:45am

Emmanuel

Ella

Nathan F.

Jeremy

William T.

Alan

Ava

Students that I am not meeting with today have to complete Math Project #6 on My Blue Print

Thursday, May 7th, 2020: Algebraic Expressions

Please note that I will be teaching algebraic expressions during the Tuesday/Wednesday meetings in case you choose to jump ahead to complete this work prior to Thursday.

1- Watch the video: https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/expressions/video/

2- Complete the following worksheets

The answer keys are on TEAMS in the math section.

Friday, May 8th, 2020

Complete the assignments on TEAMS

  • Algebraic Expressions 1
  • Algebraic Expressions 2

Write a Math Journal on MyBluePrint. Your Math Journal is called Math Project 7: Math Journal

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Virtual Math Class: Week of April 27th

This week, we will conclude our unit on area and volume using decimal numbers. We will review the area of the circle then we will learn about how we measure the volume of a cylinder.

 

Monday, April 27th

Complete MATH PROJECT #3 on MyBlue print.

It should take you 30-25 minutes. This project will review some of the concepts you learned last week.

Tuesday, April 28th

1- Watch the video on Flocabulary

2- Play the online games on the circle here: https://bc.mathgames.com/skill/7.44-circles

https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/circles/

3- Complete this worksheet on the area of the circles

 

Wednesday, April 29th

1- Watch the video on Flocabulary

https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/volume-cone-cylinder-sphere/

2- Read the lesson on calculating the volume of cylinders here:

https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/volume-of-a-cylinder.html

3- PRACTICE

Complete the online activity here OR

https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/geometry-worksheets.html

Complete the following worksheet

4- Read the expectations for Project #4

Thursday, April 30th, 2020

Complete project #4 on MyBluePrint

Friday, May 1st

Complete the final test on TEAMS.

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Virtual French Class: Week of April 27

 

Hello!

Welcome to French Class! French Class will have a different focus every day and we will also have a movement break included in the middle of the lesson. This week we are going to learn about the affect of  COVID in Canada. We are going to review the structure of the paragraph.

Monday, April 27th

10 min: Go over the assignment. Download the document to read. Print it if you want to.

15 min: Read the document once. Underline the words you don’t know.

5 min. Mouvement break. Do the following activity:

15 min: Go over the vocabulary you do not understand by watching additionnel videos or by using an online dictionary

Here’s a link to additional videos on the topic:

Regarde Chris Hadfield parler de la façon de faire face à l’isolement à
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uL5sqe5Uk8&fbclid=IwAR20TWVAHBy0B0CWubLQlm8RzlyfOF_g40Ktp5Vu_imTopIeT42lXVf5FGA [en anglais]. Puis, écoute Chris Hadfield et Clara Hughes parler de la COVID-19 à
https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-march-20-2020-1.5504386/three-of-canada-s-brightest-on-why-they-re-proud-of-the-country-s-response-to-covid-19-1.5504752 [en anglais].

De façon alternative, vous pourriez écouter David Saint-Jacques parler du confinement à
https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2020/04/09/les-trucs-de-david-saint-jacques-pour-survivre-au-confinement

Tuesday, April 7

20 min Answer the questions on the text you read

5 min movement break:

15 min: Verb Games: REVIEW OF LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ

Play computer games to review le passé composé. I recommend the following site for you today: https://www.logicieleducatif.fr/francais/conjugaison_grammaire/pcompose.php

 

Wednesday, April 29th

30-40 min Work on your blog entry

Take a movement break when you need it with this video:

Thursday, April 30th

Review your blog entry

Take a movement break

Complete the TEST on Covid-19 in Canada on TEAMS

Friday, May 1st

Watch an episode of ONIVA

https://ici.radio-canada.ca/jeunesse/scolaire/emissions/441/oniva/episodes/456224/saisons-ete-meteo-hiver-automne-printemps-nature/emission

Go over the following questions to know if you understood the show properly:

Q1. VRAI OU FAUX: Le long de la côte de l’océan Atlantique, il existe une saison d’ouragans.

VRAI FAUX Q2. À B-TV, Cléa fait une pizza quatre saisons. Peux-tu nommer les quatre saisons?

Q3. Le climat, c’est la météo d’une région sur une longue période de temps. La météo, ce sont les changements qu’on ressent à (court ou long) terme?

Q4. Lorsque c’est l’hiver au Canada, c’est quelle saison en Australie?

Q5. Les dix villes les plus ensoleillées au Canada se trouvent dans deux provinces de l’Ouest Lesquelles?

Q6. Il fait habituellement autour de quelle température sur la planète Vénus? a) -50°C b) 27°C c) -460°C

Have a great week!

Oli

 

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Virtual Math Class – Week of April 20-24

 

Hello,

 

Here’s the math work of the week.This week’s focus is area, volume and area of composite shapes.

Monday, April 20th: Area of Surfaces (Review)

  1. Watch the following video on Flocabulary

https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/area-and-perimeter/

 

2. Complete Decimals 6 pages 28- 31

 

Tuesday, April 21st: Volume of rectangular prisms (Review)

  1. Watch the video on Flocabulary:

https://www.flocabulary.com/unit/prisms/

2. Play the game here

http://bc.mathgames.com/skill/7.86-volume-of-cubes-and-rectangular-prisms

3. Complete the following worksheets:

Wednesday, April 22, 2020: Area of composite shapes

  1. Watch the following videos

 

2. Practice

Complete the games on Khan Academy

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-area-and-perimeter/area-trap-composite/e/area-of-quadrilaterals-and-polygons

3. Review problem solving

Complete Decimal 6. pages 40 and 41

4.Project of the week

Go to MyBluePrint. Read the assignment of the week.

Following the example of the problem solving at p.40 and 41, write  What you know and what you are looking for for prior to completing this week’s assignment.

 

Thursday, April 23rd: Problem solving

You will take this period to complete the problem of the week.

Friday, April 24th: Video

Complete your video for MyBluePrint. Upload it.

 

 

 

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Virtual French Class: Week of April 20-24

Hello,

This week in French class we will conclude our unit on Le récit. You guys wrote amazing stories last week! I am still waiting to read you all!

 

This week, for French Class, you will need the book Arobas 6 that is available for you on TEAMS or by using the link here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/103RMIOJcqm-SXYAfTLQHIyjAVdb1LUXN/view?usp=sharing

 

Monday April 20th: Review Le Passé Composé

  1. Watch the following video:

2. Complete Arobas 6 pages 14-15

3. Take a movement break

4. Complete the mandatory assignment on MyBluePrint called Raconte-moi une histoire. This activity requires that you record yourself reading the French story you wrote last week. L’évaluation va être sur le ton, le débit et le volume. Watch the following video to learn about this concept:

 

2. Tuesday, April 21st; Reading Evaluation on L’Oiseau Doré

 

Today, you will complete a reading evaluation on L’oiseau Doré de Gilles Tibo.

  1. Read L’oiseau Doré un Arobas 6 page 16- 18
  2. Complete the test on TEAMS (Link here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ShareFormPage.aspx?id=WC6KCzB7CEq6t9dVWeDjpYbHisOEV-dOjGCG8FxCSORUQUVCOTRaUTZIMUU2UlgyWUM1UTFSVkRFSC4u&sharetoken=WeSlErPzhtjgWM2XNcB3)
  3. Go to MY BLUE PRINT to complete an evaluation using the core competencies

Take a movement break when you need one.

 

Wednesday 22/ Thursday 23 / Friday 24: Concours d’art oratoire

Since you will be writing a lot for Genius Hour, we will focus more on French speaking this week.

I invite you to take part in this year’s concours d’art oratoire organized by the BC Canadian Parents for French.

Everyone will have to participate in a video you will submit to MyBluePrint but I am leaving it to your family’s discretion to send in your video for the provincial contest. I believe you all have the language skills to take part in this contest and it would be amazing to see entires from our school.

The link to the contest is here: https://bc-yk.cpf.ca/concoursvirtuel/

Watch this video:

 

Schedule recommendation:

Wednesday – Brainstorm + script writing

Thursday – Practice + Filming

Friday – Editing and uploading.

If you require more time that as you want to participate in the contest it’s totally fine. The deadline to enter the contest is May 2nd.

 

PS: I am not adding a new science video to create this week!

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TEAMS: Access + Code of Conduct

Hello students,

 

Now that you have been introduced to OurVirtualClass and MyBluePrint, it is time to introduce TEAMS.

Starting next week, we will have info sessions for Genius Hour.

This week, my goal with you is to start exploring TEAMS and try to sign in on your own as this is my way to communicate personally with you.

Please look at the instructions in this document to find out how to join TEAMS

Please read the code of conduct in FRENCH

 

Voila!

If you have any questions let me know.

I’ll schedule informal sessions with small groups of students shortly to simply test the site prior to using it for school work.

Thanks and see you there soon!

Oli

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