Weekly Outlines

 

January 

21st -25th 

 

Language Arts

(Mrs. Blanken)

This week students will finish recording their Music Video on Diversity. We will also be studying literary devices and beginning our class Novel Study.  Finally, students will continue with the next unit in Spelling and will be given a test on Friday.

Math

(Mrs.Blanken)

Students will continue with Saxon this week. We will complete our daily power-ups and complete up until lesson 65 this week. Students will be tested on lessons 61-65 on Tuesday January 29th with a practice test being sent home on Friday January 25th.

Physical Education

(Mr. Fretz)

Students will focus on Anti-Bullying and Kindness in Media Arts this week to honour “No Name Calling Week”

Art

(Mrs. Adamson)

This week students will continue learning about our new unit, Pointillism. We will continue to work on our final collaborative project in class.

Music

(Mr. Kudera)

  • Theory

    • ledger lines

    • eighth notes and triplets

  • Instrumental

    • scales and primary chords of C and G major

    • Eighth Note Rhythm Exercises 1 to 8

    • Little Brown Jug

French

(Mme. Grovum)

Students will continue with their unit on bilingualism along with irregular verbs.

Social Studies

(Mrs. Blanken)

This week in social studies students will explain how various features that characterize a community can contribute to the identity and image of a country. Finally we will assess the contribution of some of these features to Canada’s image and identity.

Science

(Mrs. Blanken)

Students will begin their new unit on Electricity and Electrical Devices. We will also spend some time reviewing and the scientific process.

Health

(Mr. Fretz)

Students will begin their new unit this week.   Throughout this unit they will be discussing the effects of cannabis, and illicit drugs as well as addictive behaviors and strategies to make safe choices.  They will continue to identify health risks associated with cannabis and create posters to show their learning.

Computers

(Mr. Kudera)

  • The students will continue to design their travel brochures using Google Docs.

Drama

(Ms. Khilnani)

Students will continue to work on their Shakespeare play The Tempest. Students will be asked to brainstorm a costume for their character that can be made up of clothing they have at home as well as any props their character needs. Students will be asked to practice their lines at home.

Media Arts

(Mrs. Grovum)

Students will focus on Anti-Bullying and Kindness in Media Arts this week to honour “No Name Calling Week