Mrs. Heiss's Agenda for Class Lessons

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March 13, 2020

posted 13 Mar 2020, 06:15 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 13, 2020  

Day 2


Pause…


Character Trait:Cooperation Habit: Win WIn


March Birthdays: (7) Maha, (8) Rishi, (31) Daud


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. Riptide TV and Popcorn/Lollipop


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to represent, order, and compare integers.  Also, we are learning how to add and subtract integers, with and without the use of manipulatives (tools or models).  In addition, we are learning to make connections between life and integers. Lastly, we are learning to use integers to represent situations and solve problems.


1) Assessment for Learning:Quiz: Adding Integers

2) Yummy Math Activity: R Naught Number = R0 or How fast does an infectious disease spread? (Team 78)

3) Video Clips: Introduction to the 2020 Student Budget Consultation; The Government of Canada’s Budget, Expenditures, and Revenues 2) Completion of 2020 Student Budget Consultation Survey (Team 73)



Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Discuss your assessed geometry test with parents and ask them to sign it. - due March 13th

  2. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers




Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Video: Chemistry in Everyday Life


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text




















March 12, 2020

posted 12 Mar 2020, 07:32 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 12, 2020  

Day 1


Pause…


Character Trait:Cooperation Habit: Win WIn


March Birthdays: (7) Maha, (8) Rishi, (31) Daud


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


University of Waterloo Workshops


Session                     

​Time


​Class

​#1

​9-10 am

​74 and 75

​#2

10:15-11:15 am

​76 and 78

​#3

​12:25-1:25 pm

​71 and 72

​#4

​1:30 - 2:25 pm

​70 and 73


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. EduGroove Programme with Ms. Angus (Period 6)


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to represent, order, and compare integers.  Also, we are learning how to add and subtract integers, with and without the use of manipulatives (tools or models).  In addition, we are learning to make connections between life and integers. Lastly, we are learning to use integers to represent situations and solve problems.


1) Minds on: Prove it! 

3) Video Clips: Introduction to the 2020 Student Budget Consultation; The Government of Canada’s Budget, Expenditures, and Revenues 2) Completion of 2020 Student Budget Consultation Survey (Teams 74 and 78)



Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Discuss your assessed geometry test with parents and ask them to sign it. - due March 13th

  2. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 22: Cubic Competition and Count Down to Zero-  Due to University of Waterloo’s March 12th visit, and the March 13th integers quiz, we will not have time to discuss these problems in class.

  3. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers




Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Video: Chemistry in Everyday Life


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students

  3. Team 74 Celebration and Potluck - March 11




















March 11, 2020

posted 11 Mar 2020, 06:37 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 11, 2020  

Day 10


Pause…


Character Trait:Cooperation Habit: Win WIn


March Birthdays: (7) Maha, (8) Rishi, (31) Daud


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. Potluck and Celebration: Periods 1-3


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to represent, order, and compare integers.  Also, we are learning how to add and subtract integers, with and without the use of manipulatives (tools or models).  In addition, we are learning to make connections between life and integers. Lastly, we are learning to use integers to represent situations and solve problems.


1) Minds on: Prove it! 

2) Integer Game: Integro


Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Discuss your assessed geometry test with parents and ask them to sign it. - due March 13th

  2. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 22: Cubic Competition and Count Down to Zero-  Due to University of Waterloo’s March 12th visit, and the March 13th integers quiz, we will not have time to discuss these problems in class.

  3. Google form question: Integers 6

  4. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers




Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Lab Report: Soluble vs Insoluble


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students

  3. Team 74 Celebration and Potluck - March 11




















March 10, 2020

posted 10 Mar 2020, 10:34 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 10, 2020  

Day 9


Pause…


Character Trait:Cooperation Habit: Win WIn


March Birthdays: (7) Maha, (8) Rishi, (31) Daud


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to represent, order, and compare integers.  Also, we are learning how to add and subtract integers, with and without the use of manipulatives (tools or models).  In addition, we are learning to make connections between life and integers. Lastly, we are learning to use integers to represent situations and solve problems.


1) Minds on: Prove it! 

2) Adding Integers With and Without Models: Nelson Practice Questions P.P. 198-199: Choose any 5 questions to complete

3) Review Assessed Geometry Test

4) Gallery Walk: Personal Budget Plan (Team 78)

5) Video Clips: Introduction to the 2020 Student Budget Consultation; The Government of Canada’s Budget, Expenditures, and Revenues 2) Completion of 2020 Student Budget Consultation Survey (Teams 73 and 78)



Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Discuss your assessed geometry test with parents and ask them to sign it. - due March 13th

  2. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 22: Cubic Competition and Count Down to Zero-  Due to University of Waterloo’s March 12th visit, and the March 13th integers quiz, we will not have time to discuss these problems in class.

  3. Google form question: Integers 5

  4. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers




Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Lab Report: Soluble vs Insoluble


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students

  3. Team 74 Celebration and Potluck - March 11




















March 9, 2020

posted 9 Mar 2020, 06:49 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 9, 2020  

Day 8


Pause…


Character Trait:Cooperation Habit: Win WIn


March Birthdays: (7) Maha, (8) Rishi, (31) Daud


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to represent, order, and compare integers.  Also, we are learning how to add and subtract integers, with and without the use of manipulatives (tools or models).  In addition, we are learning to make connections between life and integers. Lastly, we are learning to use integers to represent situations and solve problems.


1) Minds on: Prove it! 

2) Activity: In terms of integers, what is the value of your first and last name?

3) Presentation: Group Budget Plan (Team 73 and 74)

4) Gallery Walk: Personal Budget Plan (Team 73 and 74)


Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Discuss your personal budget plan with parents, in order to verify income and expenses. - due March 9th

  2. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 22: Cubic Competition and Count Down to Zero-  Due to University of Waterloo’s March 12th visit, and the March 13th integers quiz, we will not have time to discuss these problems in class.

  3. Google form question: Integers 4

  4. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers




Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Shared Reading and Jot Notes: Soluble vs Insoluble Fibre

  2. Lab Report: Soluble vs Insoluble


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students




















March 5, 2020

posted 5 Mar 2020, 08:35 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 5, 2020  

Day 6


Pause…


Character Trait:Cooperation Habit: Win WIn


March Birthdays: (7) Maha, (8) Rishi, (31) Daud


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. Accentism or Accent Prejudice


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to represent, order, and compare integers.  Also, we are learning how to add and subtract integers, with and without the use of manipulatives (tools or models).  In addition, we are learning to make connections between life and integers. Lastly, we are learning to use integers to represent situations and solve problems.


1) Minds on: Prove it! 

2) Representing, Comparing, and Add Integers Using Counters and a Number Line & The Zero Principle/Zero Pairs

3) 3 Principles for Adding Integers

3) Adding Integers Using Zero Principle: Nelson Handout: P.P. 194-195: Complete any 5 questions




Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 21: Raise a Buck at Starstruck’s  & Fence Me In- due March 6

  2. Google form question: Integers 2

  3. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers



Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Shared Reading and Jot Notes: Soluble vs Insoluble and Fibre

  2. Lab Experiment: Soluble vs Insoluble


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students




















March 3, 2020

posted 3 Mar 2020, 06:52 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 3, 2020  

Day 4


Pause…


Character Trait:Cooperation Habit: Win WIn


March Birthdays: (7) Maha, (8) Rishi, (31) Daud


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. Accentism or Accent Prejudice


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to represent, order, and compare integers.  Also, we are learning how to add and subtract integers, with and without the use of manipulatives (tools or models).  In addition, we are learning to make connections between life and integers. Lastly, we are learning to use integers to represent situations and solve problems.


1) Minds on: Prove it! 

2) Co-construction of Success Criteria for Integers 

3) Nelson Handout: Do You Remember P. 185

4) What is a budget? Why is it important to budget? (Team 73)

5) Presentations: School Fair Budget Plan (Team 74)



Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 21: Raise a Buck at Starstruck’s  & Fence Me In- due March 6

  2. Google form question: Integers

  3. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers



Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Shared Reading and Jot Notes: Soluble vs Insoluble and Fibre


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students




















March 2, 2020

posted 2 Mar 2020, 11:09 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

March 2, 2020  

Day 3


Pause…


Character Trait:Inclusivity Habit: Introducing the Relationship Bank Account


March Birthdays


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. Accentism or Accent Prejudice


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to classify 2D and 3D shapes, and explore similar and congruent shapes. Also, we are learning to construct lines, describe the location of a point or object on a coordinate grid,  and move objects using 4 types of transformations. Lastly, we are learning to solve problems involving geometry.


1) Minds on: Prove it! none

2) Fishbowl Procedure and  Expectations (Team 73)

3) Fishbowl: Make Sense of Problems and Persevere in Solving Them: Innovate and Upgrade Your Brain: University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week: Years and Years of “Threepeats” and Faster (Team 73)

4) Assessment for Learning: Geometry Test: Similarity, Congruence, and Transformations (Team 74 and 78)


Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Assessment for Learning: Geometry Test: Similarity, Congruence, and Transformations - Feb. 28 (Team 73), March 2 (Teams 74 and 78)

  2. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 21: Raise a Buck at Starstruck’s  & Fence Me In- due March 6

  3. Google form question: none

  4. March 13: Assessment for Learning: Quiz: Adding Integers



Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Shared Reading and Jot Notes: Soluble vs Insoluble and Fibre


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students




















Friday, Feb. 28, 2020

posted 28 Feb 2020, 10:55 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

Friday, Feb. 28, 2020  

Day 2


Pause…


Character Trait:Inclusivity Habit: Introducing the Relationship Bank Account


February Birthdays: (8) Momina


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. Accentism or Accent Prejudice

  6. Riptide TV and Popcorn/Lollipop


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to classify 2D and 3D shapes, and explore similar and congruent shapes. Also, we are learning to construct lines, describe the location of a point or object on a coordinate grid,  and move objects using 4 types of transformations. Lastly, we are learning to solve problems involving geometry.


1) Minds on: Prove it!

2) Fishbowl Procedure and  Expectations (Team 78)

3) School Fair Budget Plan (Team 78)

4)Fishbowl: Make Sense of Problems and Persevere in Solving Them: Innovate and Upgrade Your Brain: University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week: Years and Years of “Threepeats” and Faster

4) Assessment for Learning: Geometry Test: Similarity, Congruence, and Transformations (Team 73)


Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Assessment for Learning: Geometry Test: Similarity, Congruence, and Transformations - Feb. 28 (Team 73), March 2 (Teams 74 and 78)

  2. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 21: Raise a Buck at Starstruck’s  & Fence Me In- due March 6


Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Lab Reflection: Solutions and Mixtures

  2. The Science of Lemonade: Speaking Scientifically - Looking Through a Particulate Window and Completion of Handout

  3. Completion of Handout: Understanding Pure Substances and Mixtures: Vocabulary


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students




















Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020

posted 27 Feb 2020, 06:51 by Ms C Heiss RTMS

Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020  

Day 1


Pause…


Character Trait:Inclusivity Habit: Introducing the Relationship Bank Account


February Birthdays: (8) Momina


Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month: Inclusivity: Yassein and Anaya


Thompson Time 

  1. Announcements, O Canada, Attendance (includes roll call)

  2. Quiet Work TimeCompleting Agenda, Silent Reading of Independent Text or Maclean’s Magazine, Completing University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week, Finishing Incomplete Assignments/Homework 

  3. Distribution/Collection of  Forms/Letters/ Notes, and Answering Questions

  4. Character Education: Student-Led Lesson with Shazaib and Tharnika

  5. Accentism or Accent Prejudice


Mathematics

Learning Goals: Learning Goals: We are learning to classify 2D and 3D shapes, and explore similar and congruent shapes. Also, we are learning to construct lines, describe the location of a point or object on a coordinate grid,  and move objects using 4 types of transformations. Lastly, we are learning to solve problems involving geometry.


1) Minds on: Prove it!

2) Parts of a Budget 

3) School Fair Budget Plan

4) Personal Budget Plan (next week)


Math Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Assessment for Learning: Geometry Test: Similarity, Congruence, and Transformations - Feb. 28 (Team 73), March 2 (Teams 74 and 78)

  2. University of Waterloo’s Problem of the Week 20: Years and Years of “Threepeats” and Faster - due Feb. 28


Science 

Learning Goals: By exploring the distinction between pure substances and mechanical mixtures and solutions, we will come to recognize that most matter is either a solution or a mechanical mixture – including most foods and drinks and many medicines, cosmetics, building materials, and cleaning agents. Also, we will use this information to weigh the social and environmental consequences of the use of various consumer products.



  1. Lab Reflection: Solutions and Mixtures

  2. The Science of Lemonade: Speaking Scientifically - Looking Through a Particulate Window and Completion of Handout

  3. Completion of Handout: Understanding Pure Substances and Mixtures: Vocabulary


Science Home Learning: preparation for future learning, skill practice or consolidation of learning


  1. Review notebook and binder notes for the Scientific Method

  2. Update Table of Contents in Binder and Notebook

  3. Science and Technology Year at a Glance handout - parent signature


Other Agenda Items

  1. Independent Reading Text

  2. March 12: University of Waterloo Workshop for Grade 7 Students




















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