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September 21
Ms. Stiles - Journalism 120

​- Students viewed a video from CBC Marketplace and began to identify methods used by journalists to gather information.

- The "Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting" presentations will begin on Wednesday. 

September 21
Ms. Stiles English 10  - Friday, September 20th

​- Nightly reading

September 21
CCull HW due for Monday Sept 24th

p112

Acceleration question sheet # 1 to 6 due Monday.

CP110

Recall first Test is Tuesday 25th.

 

September 21
Critical theory

​This is the text we are using in class for critical theory.critical-theory-today_3.pdfcritical-theory-today_3.pdf

September 20
Pre-Calc.12A/B Block

Assigned Work:

Thursday 20th September

Text Page 356 #12 (Carbon 14 problem)
Chapter 7 Review problems (page 366-367) #3, 7, 9, 10 11, 12
 
8.1 Read text (key ideas page 379)
Problems (page380-381) #1, 2, 3, 4, 12

Friday 21st September

Study Chapters 2 & 7 for Test on Monday
Catch up on any assigned questions which you did not complete this week
8.2 Extra practice (double sided sheet)
8.2   Practice Problems   Page  (389-390) #1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9
September 20
Ms. Bray - Grade 10 English - Thursday September 20th, 2018

​Link to the article we read in class today:

"The real reason crime is falling so fast"

Reflection questions: 

1.How did the “cell phone slaying” influence perceptions of violence?
2.What is the “crime substitution hypothesis”?
3.Paraphrase former police constable Tom Stamatakis’s theory for the drop in crime.
4.Some people are skeptical that increased technology use is responsible for lowering crime rates.  Why do they believe crime is dropping?
5.How does providing mobile phones to youth help those who are “at risk”?

6.What are your thoughts on the information provided in this article?  Do you agree or disagree with the main argument?  Why or why not? 
September 20
Ms. Stiles Journalism 120

- Today students were fortunate to have guest speaker Andy Campbell discuss the changing field of journalism.

- Students will continue to work on their "Pulitzer Prize in Investigative Jounalism" in class tomorrow. ​

September 20
Ms. Stiles English 10 - Thursday, September 20th

 - Nightly reading. Students will be checking their reading rates and reflecting on their independent novels in class tomorrow.

- Today, students completed a lesson on meter and rhyme. A solid explanation can be found on this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7-Za3pO8x8&feature=youtu.be . Students also worked on their haiku book assignment, which is due tomorrow. ​

September 20
Marshall English 122

​Students shared their found poetry and wrote comment cards to celebrate the good work that their peers were doing. Literary devices were highlighted before submission.

Students read "Dressing Up for the Carnival" and completed the character chart which requried inferential thinking.

Dressing Up for the Carnival chart.docDressing Up for the Carnival chart.doc

Dressing up for the Carnival - READ​

September 20
Marshall English 9

​We worked so well yesterday on our MUG Shot projects that we decided to take another today to continue the good work. By the end of class today, presentations are ready to go.

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