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June 19
6E, 6D & 6C

Students are to count the number and type of light bulbs where they live.

How many incandescent bulbs? What is their wattage?  100 watts?  60 watts?

How many compact fluorescent bulbs?  Wattage?

How many LED bulbs or pot lights?  Wattage?

Students will be calculating energy consumption tomorrow in class.​

June 19
Ouellette - MATH (8A - 8C - 8F - 8G)

Today, 8F and 8A corrected the review packet that was to be completed for homework during the weekend.  They then placed it in their portfolios.  They also started working on a grade 9 placement test.  It is to be done for Wednesday.  I will give them the anwers then.

8C and 8G need to complete the review packet for tomorrow so we can correct it tomorrow and place the results in their portfolios.  They will then receive the grade 9 placement test that needs to be completed for Wednesday.  The answers will be given to them then. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Mr.Ouellette

June 16
Ouellette - MATH (8C and 8G)

Today, we missed our regular math class because of the Annual grade 8 Track Day.  On Monday, 8C and 8G will get the entire period to continue working on the bilingual review packet of 79 questions that cover all 17 outcomes we have seen this year in math.  They already had one full class to work on these.  If by the end of Monday's class they are not completed, they will be assigned for homework.  On Tuesday, we will correct them together.

Have a great weekend

Mr.Ouellette​

June 16
Ouellette - MATH (8A and 8F)

These two classes have been assigned for homework to complete the 79 bilingual questions​ relating to all 17 outcomes we have covered this year.  Today was the second full day they had to do these in class so they should be almost completed.  We will correct these on Monday so it important that they are completed over the weekend.

Thank you and have a great day

Mr.Ouellette

June 15
Ouellette - MATH (8A - 8C - 8F - 8G)

Today, students handed in their tellellations they have been working on for the past week.  They also continued working on their review packets that touches on ALL 17 grade 8 math outcomes ​covered this year.  Answers will be given next week.  There is no homework assigned for tonight.  Don't forget that the grade 8 Track and Field meet is scheduled for tomorrow so make sure to dress appropriately for the occasion and bring your water bottles.  I suspect that 8F will bring home the prize this year ;) 

Have a great day

Mr.Ouellette

June 14
6D & 6E FILA

Students are presenting their ideal schools tomorrow.  See the posted docs for a model.​

June 13
Ouellette - MATH (8A - 8C - 8F - 8G)

Tomorrow will be the last day students will have class time to work on their project on tessellations.  If they are not completed tomorrow, it will be assigned for homework and will be collected on Thursday (June 15th, 2017).

We will then continue working on a end of the year review packet (79 questions) that will touch upon all 17 outcomes we have covered this year in grade 8 math.  Once that is complete, students will have the opportunity to re-do the diagnostic test they wrote in September 2016 and February 2017.  We will then find the average of all three results. 

Have a great day

Mr.Ouellette

June 12
Ouellette - MATH (8A - 8C - 8F - 8G)

Last week, students started to look at the last outcome we are going to cover this school year , students started to look at the last outcome we are going to cover this school year SS6-Demonstrate an understanding of tesselations by explaining the properties of shapes that make tessellating possible; creating tesselations; identifying tessellations in the environment.

 
Students will be working on creating their own tessellation for the next couple of days so it is important to bring rulers, pencils, scissors, pencil crayons, pastels etc.  The due date is set for this Thursday, June 15th.
 
Please note that I have attached the Power Point presentation I used in class today to introduce the concept of tessellations.
 
Have a great day
 
Mr.Ouellette
June 09
6C, D & E Health

We have been discussing growth and development this week.  Students have completed work sheets focusing on the external and internal physical changes boys and girls experience during pubertry.  Next week we will examine gender stereotypes and advertising.

Students are encouraged to ask any question that enters their mind.  I have a question box available for students to use as well if they so choose.​

June 09
6D & 6E FILA

Students are writing a short text and designing an ideal school.  Please see the example below.  Students should be finished their text for Monday.  Presentations will happen Thursday the 15th.


Ou se trouve-t-elle?                                       

Comment s’appelle-t-elle?

Quels sujets et quelles années sont disponibles?

C’est quoi la mascotte?

Quels équipements et espaces sont disponibles?

 

Mon école, l’École Océanique des Iles Bahamas se trouve aux iles Bahamas près de Nassau. 

Cette école secondaire des années 9 à 12 comprend des sujets et d’activités océaniques.  Il y a la cartographie, la navigation, et la sécurité.  Il y a aussi la voile, la natation, le surf et la plongée sous-marine.

La mascotte est un requin blanc.  L’école se trouve près de la mer, alors il y a des quais, des plages, un terrain de jeux et une piscine à l’extérieur.  Il y a aussi un gymnase avec un studio de l’haltérophilie, des laboratoires, des salles de classe et un bureau à l’intérieur. ​

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