practiced and performed in small groups short sketches created by the students demonstrating their understanding of the Canadian Charter of rights during Social Studies. We also learned about the Pacific littoral zone and how/why many Asian immigrants came to the west coast of Canada to immigrate in the 1800 and 1900s. We played a classroom bingo game to answer questions related to the Charter of rights and then answered questions individually to assess knowledge.
continued to practiced our addition and subtraction skills using a variety of strategies in math. We also practiced explaining why we think the answer to an equation seems true by verifying our answer and using estimation.
continued our Extreme Writing program in English this week to promote writing fluency. In English, we also learned about metaphors for our poetry unit and started writing a Bio Poem using descriptive words.
talked about and acted out different emotions humans feel with a partner during In-focus. We wrote one memory and drew an emoji linked to each emotion.
talked about the different groups of verbs in French and how to conjugate them. We specifically focused on the verb ''être'' this week. We also read a book called ''Petit Inuit et les deux questions''. While reading this book, we practiced identifying the narrative outline of the story by ourselves and then together as a class. We then each chose a Livromanie book and practiced identifying and writing out its narrative outline.
we practiced our sportsmanship and mobility skills while playing hockey during P.E