1.1 and 1.3 – SS9: today, we looked at the reasons why American colonists were so upset with England. Next class, we will look at the actions of American colonists.
1.4 – Flex Hum 10: thanks for helping complete the Atomic Bomb study. Keep working on your Holocaust projects in the meantime. If you have not submitted your proposal, you MUST do that ASAP!
2.1 – Summit SS8: castle projects are due next Tuesday! If you want to work on the project at school on Monday, meet me at 12:30. Reflections are due next Thursday.
2.2 – Summit SS9: reflection piece: “What do you think is the most important or pressing issue surrounding First Nations people living in Canada? Explain what it is, how you think it came to be, and offer suggestions on how to fix it. How do you personally feel about this/these issue(s)?
2.4 – Summit SS10: reminder of Mr. Hill’s website: mrhill.ca
School is out! Have a relaxing, enjoyable, and fun summer!
I saw this online and thought it was really cool, especially for the classes (Summit SS9 and SS10) who have learned about the emergence of Vancouver.
All classes: check out this Vancouver Sun article about Student Vote!
Homework: watch some election coverage on TV or online on a Global BC, CTV Vancouver, or CBC Vancouver, starting at 8PM!
Reminder: Election Scrapbooks are due Tuesday, May 16.
2.4 – Summit SS10: vocab quiz next class. We will talk about the election results and work on our BC maps.
2.3 – SS9 and 2.2 – Summit SS9: no homework except election stuff (watch TV and scrapbook).
2.1 – Summit SS8: finish the last question regarding the terms on the note package.
Have an awesome and relaxing Spring Break!
1A – SS8: please read pages 50-57, and do questions 2-5 on page 57. This is due along with your vocabulary definitions and sentences.
1B – SS9: we will work on posters next class.