After you submit your dropbox information, please create a folder titled "[YOUR NAME] [YOUR CLASS] Hand-In" and share it with firstname.lastname@example.org (this is not my school email). I will in turn add you to a shared assignments folder for this class.
It is looking like we are heading into a blustery weekend! Stay warm, ladies and gentlemen. The good news is that there is a saying about March, "In like a lion, out like a lamb." Hopefully that means that this is the worst of it and we'll have a reprieve in about two weeks.
ELA B10 - Today, we watched Act I of Macbeth using Shakespeare in Bits. You got your quizzes from Act I back. Please see me if you would like to rewrite.
ELA 20 - Today, we did a proof reading exercise, then read "Brothers" in small groups. You then began to brainstorm ideas for your paragraph response to "Brothers." You will have time next week to work on it in the computer lab.
ELA 9 - Today, we continued reading Act I of Romeo and Juliet. Please work to finish it by next Tuesday!
CE 9 - Today, you wrote your Unit 1 Exam.
ELA B10 - Today was your last day to create your Act I summary videos. They are due tomorrow.
ELA 20 - Today, we learned about writing an essay (five finger essay/key hole essay/etc.) and about how to write an effective thesis statement.
ELA 9 - Today, you worked on reading the rest of Act I. New due date: finish Act I by the end of class Monday!
CE 9 - Today, we reviewed for your exam tomorrow.
ELA B10 - Today, you attended your retreat in the gym in the morning. You will have one hour of class time tomorrow to finish your Act I skits. They are due on Friday!
ELA 20 - Today, we finished our discussion about adapting to life in Canada. We read "To My Mother" in partners. You individually completed your response letter. Response letters are due tomorrow.
ELA 9 - Today, you read Act I, Scene ii. We reviewed the Act I terms that you've found evidence of so far. Reading for Act I should be done by next Wednesday. We will pause as a class to review Act I before we head onto Act II.
CE 9 - Today, we watched "Homer's Phobia" and completed/discussed response questions
ELA B10 - Today, we continued filming our Act I summaries. They will be due on Friday. Tomorrow you have your retreat in the gym (in the morning). You will have Thursday's class to finish filming and editing.
ELA 20 - Today, had book exchange and library reading. We then brainstormed and discussed how newcomers to Canada might have to adapt to the different culture and climate in anticipation of our next piece of short literature.
ELA 9 - Today, we had book exchange and library reading. We then finished off Act I, Scene i using the iPads.
CE 9 - Today, we looked at the Beattit
Welcome back! I missed you all over the break!
ELA B10 - Today, we continued working on our Act I summaries. They are due on Thursday.
ELA 20 - Today, we completed "The Doll House" listening activity. If you were away, I will do this activity with you at a later date (can't be taken home).
ELA 9 - Today, we went through my expectations for reading during R + J. We also started Act I.
CE 9 - Today, we read a story about how our friends are our best reflection. We also reviewed the seven different types of intelligence (The question is notnot how smart are you; it's how are you smart).
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! Whether you're single or have a Valentine, here are ten interesting Valentine's Day related facts! Remember: You have next week off! Take some time to relax (and please come back with all your limbs attached).
ELA B10 - Today, we wrote our quiz on Act I. Afterwards, you had time to work on your Act I film. It will be due on Tuesday of the week we get back from break! You will have Monday's class to finish it.
ELA 20 - Today, we had a work period on your Childhood Memories piece. It is due the Monday we get back from break.
ELA 9 - Today, we finished off the prologue questions, then we read Act I, Scene i. We generated a list of important facts/foreshadowing, and created questions for ourselves to su
CE 9 - Today, we finished watching Rudy. Questions are due on
ELA B10 - Today, we went over the Act I questions. We then split into groups to start recreating Act I in modern language.
ELA 20 - Today, we created our piece inspired by "Grandma's Scones." It is due tomorrow.
ELA 9 - Today, we read the prologue. We answered the prologue questions and completed an anticipation guide for Romeo and Juliet.
CE 9 - Today, we began watching Rudy.
ELA B10 - Today, we went through the modern text for Act I, Scene vii, and we worked on our Act I questions for Macbeth. They are due for tomorrow. Quiz Friday!
ELA 20 - Today, we learned about how to combine sentences (remember: there are four ways), as well as how to properly use a dash--the superhero of the punctuation world. We completed a free write (write about a food(s) that you associate with a special memory), and read "Grandma's Scones."
ELA 9 - Today, we went through the "Language of Shakespeare" sheet to compare modern pieces, such as "Beautiful Day" to Shakespearian Sonnets.
CE 9 - Today, we had a presentation on the Olympics from Mr. Jensen. We went over our answers for the second half of the emotions assignment.
ELA B10 - Today, we read Act I, Scene vi and Scene vii.
ELA 20 - Today, we reviewed our answers to "Charles" and "Childhood." We also began examining good grammar. Topic today were punctuating quotations, capitalization, and how to spell regaled.
ELA 9 - Today, we reviewed your paraphrasing activity. We also spent a few minutes completing our renaissance presentations. Then, we had a Shakespearean roast using the correct verb forms.
CE 9 - Today, we worked through an Emotions assignment, and discussed our answers in class. Reminder: your Personal Timeline is due on Friday!
Why, howdy there! I'm Ms. Thibeault, a teacher at Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School in Regina. My favourite colour is pink. I'm also the Yearbook Advisor. Email me or stop by my classroom if you want to get involved!