Today we got onto our ONE NOTE class notebook and stated our Alphabiography personal writing project. Students will be writing a lot over the next several months. Last week we learned that powerful wring comes form strong feeling and today we got started on our first writing piece. In math, we learned the divisibility rules for 6, 4 and 8 and then started practicing. In the afternoon we had a presentation by the Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society. We learned that people with autism experience the world differently and how important it is to be accepting and aware of peoples differences. Despite these differences we need to be a good friend to everyone. We can start doing this by following these 7 Friendship Tips.
- Word analysis
- Test Friday
- (click here for the words)
- Complete two paragraphs on ONE NOTE for tomorrow (click here to sign in)
- You may use today's PAR as one of these paragraphs! Post is here and on ONE NOTE!
- REMEMBER our first writing TIP: Good writing comes form string feeling.You may used ideas form our idea generating strategy, LOVE IT OR LOATHE IT!
- The following students did NOT compete their Weekend PAR correctly:
- Abdul, Aidan, Alice, Damien, Daniel, Denise, Edmond, Ella, Emma, Hem, Isabel, Jack, Jordan, Koby, Krystelle, Longman, Maxwell,, Mireya, Priya, Ruby, Seon, Stephen, William, Yi Ming
- Please RE-READ the weekend PAR and complete it! FOLLOW THE SUCCESS CRITERIA and ADD THE COMPLETED PLANT ID PROJECT REFLECTION onto Fresh Grade
- REMEMBER: it is your job to complete your homework. If you do not know what you need to do or what is expected ask here or email me!
- Homework Alerts will be issued to anyone not finished at by 9:00am tomorrow morning
- Watch the video below and follow the instructions below.
- This video was put out by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). They are a world famous news organization.
- Students from Mr. Hong's class last year, you do not need to complete the PAR. However, you must ask your classmates questions about their responses. Your questions should revolve around what we did last year on 'RELIABLE SOURCES'. Don't give away too much in your questions.
- Post a paragraph and include the following items:
2.) What you learned.
3.) Give at least 2 examples from the video as part of your supporting sentences.
4.) Give two reasons why you believe the information from this video is trustworthy or why you
believe it is not trustworthy. Give your honest opinions.
6.) Answer all questions you receive on your post from your classmates/teachers.
Flying Penguins - BBC