Homework Page

June 11th, 2019


1. Annotated Bibliography (GEOGRAPHY)

2. Hybrid animal (French)

3. Outsiders soundtrack (English)

4. Outsider comprehension questions

5. MATH probability do you understand?

6. Art stuff …. Various assignment (due Wednesday)

7. Finish any Science work


pp.418/419 #1,2,3,4,5.

pp. 422.423 #1-7

June 7th, 2019

MATH - Finish book work from today. "Experimental probability" - Read pages 411/412 and complete page 413 #1-3

FRENCH - Finish your hybrid animal and email to Mr. DeAbreu over the weekend.

GEOGRAPHY - hand in your Bibliography if you have not done it.

LANGUAGE - "The Outsiders" comprehension questions and vocabulary package is due on Tuesday.

SCIENCE - Complete any outstanding work you have not handed in,

May 31st, 2019

GEOGRAPHY: The people who did not attend fort York must complete the assignment I emailed and hand it in on Monday. On Tuesday you will get a small assignment on land reclamation. Start thinking about a land reclamation project for Canada, and review your notes on the factors that influence climate.

MATH: New unit beginning on Monday. Last one! Review your algebra and if you have any questions about the last unit please see me for extra help on Monday. You can also work through the extra practice package I gave out if you feel you could use a bit more work.

LANGUAGE: Please read up to chapter 10 of 'The Outsiders' this weekend and complete you comprehension and vocabulary questions up to chapter 10.

FRENCH: We will begin answering questions about a play on Monday and begin our review of the present tense. Over the weekend, review the past tense (regular and irregular verbs) and the future tense. You can also google the present tense of ER and IR verbs and examine the endings for conjugation.

SCIENCE: Is your science folder up to date and all your worksheets complete?

May 28th, 2019

LANGUAGE - Chapter 8 comprehension and vocabulary / Finish your chapter 5 writing assignment

MATH - Mr. Tokue Cell phone assignment

ART - Finish your one point perspective art

SCIENCE - Finish your worksheet questions "raise the roof" AND YOUR STRUCTURES PLANNING SHEET!



May 21st, 2019

Geography - 25 people did not hand in their annotated bibliography. Please submit ASAP!

Math - Test on Algebra tomorrow. No one came for extra help at lunch today so we're ready to do great!

Language - Chapter 6 comprehension questions are due. Please read chapter 7 tonight.

IT - Video project is due next IT class.

May 22nd, 2019

MATH - Review any problems from the algebra unit you may have found challenging.

LANGUAGE - Read chapter 7 of your book and do comprehension questions.

GEOGRAPHY - Look up online "where does wind come from?" and if you haven't handed in your bibliography, please do it!

IT - Video project.

May 17th, 2019

MATH - Complete the following if you were not done from the end of the week:

  • p 400 #15-21
  • p 401 practice test #1-4
  • p. 402 unit problem - fund raising

LANGUAGE - Read up to chapter 7 and complete comprehension questions up to chapter 6....THE OUTSIDERS.

GEOGRAPHY - Complete your annotated bibliography on climate change. Due on Tuesday!

May 9th, 2019

MATH - Algebra worksheet to complete by Monday

LANGUAGE - The Outsiders comprehensions and vocabulary up to chapter 4 due Monday

SCIENCE - Finish worksheets

HEALTH - Project to do (girls right now) boys yours is on the way! stay tuned!

GEOGRAPHY - Find 3 different sources (article / website / video etc) that are reputable and speak about climate change. Complete the annotated bibliography. Check your email I sent you the expectations.

May 8th, 2019

MATH - Finish numbers 1-7 on page 388/389

FRENCH - Use the note you wrote today to complete the conjugation of irregular verbs in the past tense. Complete the Verbarama sheet on irregular verbs by tomorrow.

LANGUAGE - Don't worry, we'll work on comprehension questions in class tomorrow!

HEALTH - Work on the project

MUSIC - Play your hearts out if you're in one of the bands!

May 7th, 2019

MATH - Finish pp 385/386 numbers 1-9

LANGUAGE - The outsiders comprehension questions for chapter 1.

SCIENCE - Fly to the moon and back. Take some pictures from outer space.

May 6th, 2019

MATH Review algebraic expressions from today. Try to put the following into words:

  • 1/2x + 2+y

LANGUAGE: Read up to chapter 2 of "The outsiders" and write a physical description of "ponytail".

GEOGRAPHY: Look for reputable sources on climate change and examine http://www.easybib.com/

IT: Work on your recording

***** Some of you have to bring in your yellow form!!!

May 2nd, 2019

MATH - Make an input output chart with terms 1-10 using the following formula:

  • 2(n+ 4) - 3

When you are done the chart, draw a graph that represents it.

LANGUAGE - Work on your script from a scene of your story or other.

GEOGRAPHY - Fin an article or video that talks about climate change, and write down why it is a good source.

April 29th, 2019

MATH – Mid unit review – fractions, decimals, percents.

PAGE 305 ... #1,2 ... 4,5,6,10,11

FRENCH - Finish the past tense sheet if you're not done

HEALTH - Finish your presentation

April 25th, 2019


April 24th, 2019

MATH - Try these two problems...I will check on them tomorrow:

  • Lucas plants 20% of his garden with cucumber plants. The plants cover an area of 24 m squared. What is the total size of Lucas's garden?
  • 7% of Class 70 are members of the school musical. There are 27 kids in the class. How many kids in the class are not in the musical?

HEALTH - "Misuse" presentation...work on it.

LANGUAGE - For those that did not hand in their story...you are overdue! Last day is Friday!

FRENCH - Review past and future tenses and vocabulary on constructions.

SCIENCE - quiz on Friday!

April 23rd, 2019

MATH - Finish pages 299-301.... #1-10, 12, 15

SCIENCE - Finish today's work

April 17th, 2019

MATH - no homework today! You have all done well with relating between fractions, decimals, and percents.

SCIENCE - Is you compression and tension sheet completed?

FRENCH - Small quiz on Past, Present, and Future tenses tomorrow. Do a review of the structure for each.

LANGUAGE - Last call for your stories if you want me to read them over the long weekend!

GEOGRAPHY - Your map is due tomorrow!

April 15th, 2019

MATH - Finish decimals to fractions sheet

LANGUAGE - Some of you have a story to finish.

SCIENCE - Finish the experiment sheet

GEOGRAPHY - Map due on Thursday

MAPLE LEAFS - Watch the game ... it begins at 7:00 pm

April 12th, 2019

MATH - tackle these two problems over the weekend:

  • A cookie recipe calls for 3/4 of a cup of sugar. How much sugar is needed to make 3 batches of cookies?
  • Draw a picture to show 5 x 1/2.
  • Jacob takes 3/4 hour to fill one shelf at the supermarket. Henry can fill the shelves in half Jacob's time. There are 15 shelves. Henry and Jacob work together. how long will it take to fill the shelves. Show your work and justify your answer with an explanation.

LANGUAGE - You MUST come to class with a printed version of your short story on Monday!!!

SCIENCE - Write Mr. Tokue an email explaining to him how you will a better listener in his class and mine.

DANCE - Practice your dance at home a few times.

GEOGRAPHY : Finish your map and the 6 special names on a globe.

April 11th, 2019

MATH - Finish the mid-unit review. Test tomorrow on adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers.

GEOGRAPHY - Work on your map. You are expected to label all the provinces, territories, oceans, great lakes, major bays, and the capital for each province/territory. Colour all the water blue. Color the USA and Greenland in gray. Finally, choose a mix of green, purple, orange, red, and yellow to colour in all the provinces and territories. You will have a bit of time in class tomorrow to finish it, but please get it started.

SCIENCE - Finish 4.1 check and reflect questions.

LANGUAGE - If your story (rough draft) is not finished and printed, please finish and print it.

April 4th, 2019

MATH - Finish the math fraction worksheets from today.

LANGUAGE - Short story is due on Monday

IT - Create story lines

FRENCH - Study the future tense and past tense structures.

March 25, 2019

MATH Complete the following:

  • (+5) + (-8) =
  • (-4) - (-7) =
  • (-4) + (+6) + (-3) =
  • (-3) - (-7) + (-8) =
  • (-3) - (-7) + (-8) - (-31) + (+17) =
  • Calculate the difference in temperature if it went from -7 degrees Celcius to +8 degrees Celcius.
  • Calculate the difference in temperature if it went from from +20 Celcius to minus -36 Celcius with the windchill?

REVIEW FOR THE INTEGER ASSESSMENT!!! You will be adding and subtracting positive and negative integers, and will have a few word problems to complete. Remember to always show all your work!

LANGUAGE - work on your own short story for 20-30 minutes. If your draft is complete then start reviewing and editing!

FRENCH - Finish the worksheet on unscrambling the future tense sentences.

SCIENCE - Are all your labs done?


MATH - Practice test page 361 ... 1-6


LANGUAGE - Finish the rough draft of your short story

FRENCH - Google the verb "ALLER" in the present tense and memorize it

March 21st, 2019

MATH - Finish pages 354-355 # 1-11. And pages 356-357 # 1-12

SCIENCE - Finish conclusions for 9 labs

LANGUAGE - Continue your short story


March 7th, 2019

MATH P 339 .....numbers 1-13


ART - Work on self-expressive piece

LANGUAGE - Search for a short story online of your interest. Read and Enjoy!

March 5

MATH- Page 335/336 (remember you can always search "math makes sense" in your drive!) and do numbers 1,2,4,5 on representing integers.

SCIENCE - Finish questions 1-7.

March 1st

FRENCH - Practice your oral piece for the advertisement.

MATH / LANGUAGE - Write an "Integer Short Story" like the one we read in class. It can be fiction or non fiction, and the story should represent many positive and negative integers using words. Have fun and be creative.

DANCE - Practice your one best dance move! Dance is on its way!!!

SCIENCE - Finish questions 1-7 on chapter 8.2.

REMINDER - Ski trip is on Monday. For those attending, please be here at 6:15AM latest. For those not attending, please refer to the email I've sent you to see what class you are in!

February 26th, 2019

MATH - TEST on Dilation and Rotation Tomorrow.

FRENCH - Advertisement is due. practice speaking.

LANGUAGE - Review the introduction to elements of a story. We will be beginning the new unit tomorrow

February 25th

MATH - Review Dilation and Rotation of 90 degrees and 180 degrees. We have a test Wednesday.

FRENCH - Ad should be completed by now. Please work on saying the oral part.

SCIENCE - Make sure your questions 1-5 are done.

February 22nd

Revisit the homework from Thursday night...

LANGUAGE - Write a play in Shakespearean prose that will last for centuries.

MATH - Develop a new mathematical theory humans have not yet discovered.

SCIENCE - Reflect on your experiments you conducted today, and begin researching Astrophysics independently.

MUSIC - Learn to play a new musical instrument, and write a new song

DRAMA - Act in a Netflix Series for kids. Also, everyone wear a hat tomorrow.

HISTORY - Travel back in time and see what the war of 1812 was really like.

FRENCH - Apprenez la langue francaise au complet et parlez-moi en francais demain

PHYS ED - Refine the skills you have for your upcoming athletic scholarship.

...ok seriously, for MATH ... review rotation and dilation as we have a quiz early next week. You need to know how to rotate on a point and on the origin. For dilation, you simply need to know how to multiply or divide the scale factor and re-plot points.

For LANGUAGE, read an article of your choice and send me a summarizing paragraph via email. Check out MSN news!

For HISTORY, read pages 114-120 about the battles of 1812. that were fought near or in Toronto.

FRENCH - Finish up your advertisement.


February 21st, 2019


LANGUAGE - Write a play in Shakespearean prose that will last for centuries.

MATH - Develop a new mathematical theory humans have not yet discovered.

SCIENCE - Reflect on your experiments you conducted today, and begin researching Astrophysics independently.

MUSIC - Learn to play a new musical instrument, and write a new

DRAMA - Act in a Netflix Series for kids. Also, everyone wear a hat tomorrow.

HISTORY - Travel back in time and see what the war of 1812 was really like.

FRENCH - Apprenez la langue francaise au complet et parlez-moi en francais demain

PHYS ED - Refine the skills you have for your upcoming athletic scholarship.

aaaaaaaaand, check your email!

February 19th

MATH - On a cartesian plane, plot the following coordinates: A (-2,3) B (-1, 1) C -4, 2).

Translate the image using the following information: (5,1)

next, Reflect the image on the X axis.

Finally, rotate the image 90 degrees clockwise, and write the new coordinates for triangle ABC.

LANGUAGE - Read a news article online, send mr. DeAbreu a copy of the link with the main points of the article.

FRENCH - Advertisement assignment due Friday

February 15th,

LANGUAGE - Finish writing 5 lead paragraphs. The head lines have been shared with you.

MATH - Study rotations and dilations. TEST towards the end of next week.

FRENCH - Advertisement assignment due next week. Are you moving along?

HISTORY - Make a note in your history folder about America's founding fathers. Copy their names down, and search up one fact for each of the following people: George Washington, Sam Adams, Paul Revere, Ben Franklin, John Adam, Thomas Jefferson etc. Look here: https://www.biography.com/people/groups/founding-fathers

February 13th,

LANGUAGE - Read an article online.

FRENCH - Make an advertisement assignment. Spend 20 min working on it.

SCIENCE - Prepare for your test. Check emails.

MATH - Review the 4 transformations we have done in class. Are you confident applying all of them?

February 7th

LANGUAGE - Find and read a newspaper article of your choice. Print the article or save the link. If you are saving the link, email it to me please once you've read the article. Write a retell paragraph summarizing the article.

MATH -Play with these three links to practise some work on a cartesian plane. Also, review rotations on a fixed point. Draw three rotations of an image of your choice - one 90 degrees clockwise...a second 180 degrees ... and a third 270 degrees clockwise.




HISTORY - Make a list of 5 important facts about the videos (Loyalists / Patriots) we have seen in class. We can share all of our important facts together next week.

SCIENCE - Quiz on Monday! review your notes.

FRENCH - Complete your "Destinations d'hiver" package. Je vais les recueillir la semaine prochaine . Aussi, regardez a ce video:


ART - ??? is everywhere ...be inspired.

Le 5 février

SCIENCE - Quiz on Monday. Finish jot notes for Chapter 7.2

MATH - Finish your exit slip from today and the worksheet on transformations

LANGUAGE - http://www.dhmo.org/ Go to the website we started looking at in class. Read through it on your own and make a list of 10 interesting facts from the site.

FRENCH- Work on your package. (optional)

February 4th

MATH - Practice the skill you find the most difficult (translation, reflection, rotation, dilation). You can start with a shape of your choice in one quadrant of a Cartesian plane. Decide whether you will rotate, translate, or reflect the images into quadrants two, three, and four. Try to hide your images in quadrants 2 and 3 so that other students can investigate how you moved your shape from quadrant 1 to quadrant 4.

LANGUAGE - Read the following tiny article online https://www.cp24.com/lifestyle/health/babies-who-hear-more-than-one-language-at-home-develop-attention-advantage-study-1.4275463

Quickly jot down notes on the who, what,why,where,when and how about the article. We will take it up in class tomorrow.

History - Read online about the American Revolution, it's causes, and it's outcomes.

January 25th

SCIENCE - Finish all the worksheets.

FRENCH - Duo lingo or games at the back of your package.

MATH - Review rotations. We will be starting on Monday!

January 24th

MATH - Review reflections and translations... Review how to label, measure and bisect angles. You have a small quiz tomorrow!

FRENCH - Finish Part F on adjectives (ce/cet/cette/ces) in your package. We will take it up tomorrow in class.

SCIENCE - Finish your page for the video you watched in class.

HEALTH - Finish your health project! It's due tomorrow!

Pajama Day!

January 23rd

MATH - review reflections and practice doing a few without graph paper. How accurate can you be without graph paper? Make sure to include an axis of symmetry. Use a ruler!

HISTORY - Do some research online to help support what you read in class today. Who were the loyalist groups? Why did they leave the 13 colonies? Where did they go and why? What challenges did the face? You can also review the information in our textbook.

FRENCH - Complete up to part F in your winter destinations package (Ces / Ce / Cet /Cette)

January 21st

MATH - Do the Mid-unit Geometry review on page 260 (#'s 1-4) If you do not have dot paper, Use a ruler and draw congruent triangles when you are asked to. Tomorrow we will take it up in first period, and move into figure transformations. you may read the lesson before class on page 261/262 if you like.

FRENCH - Finish your Winter Destination Unit package up to Part F.

LANGUAGE - Read independently for 20 minutes.

January 15th

MATH - Get you test signed by parents and correct any errors on your test. If you are re-writing the test, please review your notes and come see me for extra help tomorrow.

SCIENCE - Finish the cooler that is due on friday

FRENCH - Finish winter destinations package (front page). If you want, look at the back page

History - TEST WEDNESDAY! There will be big main idea questions (true/false, multiple choice, fill in the blank) for the following topics: Jacques Cartier, Samuel-de-Champlain, soldiers, Jesuit priests, Sainte Marie among the Hurons, Ursuline nuns , Fur Traders, Farmers, Seigneurs, Habitants, Filles du roi, Allies to each side, hierarchy of people, economy, Acadia, 7 year war, Thin red line, Beauport shore, treaty of Paris....basically the firsts three chapters of the book.

January 14th

MATH - Get you test signed by parents and correct any errors on your test. If you are re-writing the test, please review your notes and come see me for extra help tomorrow.

As a task, work on the parallel line segments sheet I shared with you. You have to estimate all the angles available on the sheet.

SCIENCE - Finish the cooler explanation.

FRENCH - Practice your 11 questions on winter destinations.

HISTORY - TEST WEDNESDAY! There will be big main idea questions (true/false, multiple choice, fill in the blank) for the following topics:

Jaques Cartier, Samuel-de-Champlain, soldiers, Jesuit priests, Saint Marie among the Hurons, Urseline nuns , Fur Traders, Farmers, Seigneurs, Habitants, Filles du roi, Allies to each side, hierarchy of people, economy, Acadia, 7 year war, Thin red line, Beauport shore, treaty of Paris....basically the firsts three chapters of the book.

January 11th

MATH - finish the angles package.

LANGUAGE - Complete your spoken word poem and all your other poems if they are not done. You must show me your poetry portfolio on Monday, as well as hand in your best poem that you would like me to mark.

(Haiku, Tanka, Two-voice poem, I am poem, Me poem, sonnet, free verse spoken word.

HISTORY - You have a test next week (Wednesday) on all of New France. You may want to start reviewing your notes.

SCIENCE - Write out your explanation for your cooler project.

January 10th

LANGUAGE - Please work on your spoken word poem. Try to complete it.

MATH - Work on the first page of the angles package you received today. We will complete the tasks that require a mira tomorrow.

FRENCH - Write a question in French that you would ask if you called the front desk of a hotel at Mont-Tremblant.

Science - Remember to bring supplies for the cooler, you should be building in class tomorrow.

January 9th

Math - Review for the test tomorrow, we will be given a list of formulas.

Lang - Start on your spoken-word poem.

Science - Remember to bring supplies for the cooler, it's recommended you start building in class tomorrow.

January 8th

MATH - Please do numbers 1-6 on page 240...it is a review for the area of two-dimensional shapes. Test is on Thursday!

SCIENCE - Bottle cooling project. Any work to do?

LANGUAGE - Read independently for 20-30 minutes. Teach me an interesting fact tomorrow!

Thanks everyone. Remember that if you would like extra help in math before the test, I am available at lunch or after school!

January 7th

Math - Focus on perfecting your skill of area of a trapezoid. Practice numbers 3,4,5,6 and 8 on pages 229/230 of our textbook. We will take it up tomorrow morning in class.

Language - Have a look at the following free verse poem and consider your thoughts on it. What would you tell your grade 7 self in the future?


Science - Finish project sheet.

December 14th

Math - Finish first page of triangular prism work sheet

Language - Find or print a good poem

FRENCH - Duo Lingo it up for about 20 minutes

SCIENCE - Are all your experiments and your Mind Map complete? Don't forget to finish the radiation worksheet!

December 13th

MATH - Finish the sheet on rectangular prism surface area. Remember to show all your work and begin by writing the formula for the area you are calculating.

FRENCH - Duo Lingo it up for about 20 minutes

LANGUAGE - Is your adjectives/adverbs/antonyms list complete?

SCIENCE - Are all your experiments and your Mind Map complete?

December 12th

Science - finish lab experiment sheets, Mind Map test next Wednesday

Language - Read for pleasure. Work on me poem

Math - If you want to review surface area by finding a box and or something and find the area

December 11th

MATH - Math Makes Sense Textbook. read pages 97 and 98. Do #1 on page 99.

LANGUAGE - Work on you "Me" poem

SCIENCE - Finish heat transfer worksheet. Mind Map test next Wednesday

MUSIC - Practice for the concert if you are in band.

FRENCH - Finish the questions on today's song worksheet

December 10th

HISTORY - Finish preparing your presentation/performance as a member of New France.

MATH - Math Makes Sense Textbook page 96 #1-6 if your not done. Finish Gulliver Travels worksheet.

LANGUAGE - Finish your adjectives/adverbs/antonyms list for your poem

SCIENCE - Finish Check and Reflect 10.4 page 308 #1,2,3,4,6

December 6th

LANGUAGE - Finish you "i am" poem. Read for pleasure

MATH - finish reading the power point presentation on measurement that we began in class.

SCIENCE - Finish all worksheets from chapter 10

December 5th

SCIENCE - Do the "ice ice baby" graph and questions.

MATH - You get a night off...but make sure you have written all the definitions for geometry. Refer to page 246 if you need to finish it.

LANGUAGE - Write a Tanka poem about one of your favorite things.

December 4th

LANGUAGE - Review the definitions of figurative devices we wrote down today. Write a haiku poem. Remember to follow the rules for a haiku.

MATH - Finish the graphing assignment from today if you are not done. Spend some time playing math games online.

FRENCH - Can you conjugate the whole verb Devoir in writing? How about Aller, Avoir, and Etre?

December 3rd,

MATH - Go to the online textbook. Go to pages 204/205 OF THE BOOK (PDF slide 221/22), and do numbers 1-4 as a follow up to what we discussed about misleading graphs today. HOMEWORK CHECK TOMORROW IN HOMEROOM!!!

LANGUAGE - Make a list of 3 poets from 3 different countries. Write down or print one of their most known poems.

FRANCAIS - Fait une liste de 5 choses (things) tu dois faire ce soir (tonight).

November 30th

MATH - Study for the test on DATA MANAGEMENT which is next week - Tuesday.

LANGUAGE - Read for pleasure. Our poetry unit begins on Monday.

SCIENCE - Review you unit notes

November 29th, 2018

MATH - Review your data management notes and make sure you understand mean, median, mode, range, stem and leaf plots, and line, circle, and table graphing. Write down any questions you may have. Study for the quiz. Math prodigy games is always a good idea!

LANGUAGE - Read for pleasure tonight! Maybe write a 6-word memoir about how you felt your MeTube presentation went.

November 27th, 2018

MATH - Review notes on Stem and leaf plots. Finish classwork if you are not done.

FRENCH - Review the infinitive and conjugated meanings of the 8 irregular verbs.

REMINDER!!! Potluck is on Friday! Please consult with your parents

November 26th, 2018

Math - Finish graph if you are not done. If you want more marks, do a scatter plot like Andy :D

French - Review verbs. Test on Wednesday

Science - Learn about heat so you do well in science!

November 23rd, 2018

MATH - Create the way you will display the data for YOUR M&M's actual number count (graph, table, chart etc.). Also, calculate the mean, median, and mode of the CLASS DATA that you collected from everyone else. This will complete your assignment

LANGUAGE - MeTube presentations continue next week. Read something fun this weekend.

FRENCH - We have a test on irregular verbs early next week. Study the conjugations of the 8 verbs we looked at.

MUSIC - Practice your instrument.

November 22nd, 2018

REMINDER! Tomorrow Mr. DeAbreu will be treating the class to pancakes during period 2. You may bring an extra drink with you to enjoy if you like.

MATH - We will be completing the m&m data assignment tomorrow morning. Please make sure you bring it to class. For homework tonight, please complete the math homework from Tuesday if you did not do it. It is posted on the homework list for November 20 directly above. If you did the homework and handed it in, you should spend 20-30 minutes playing math prodigy games.

LANGUAGE - Prepare for MeTube if your presentation is tomorrow. Otherwise, please read independently for pleasure.

HISTORY - Ensure that your questions from the package are all complete.

FRENCH - Complete your 8 sentences using irregular verbs. We will share them together in class tomorrow.

November 20th, 2018

REMINDER! Tomorrow is our field trip to Finlayson! Please dress warm with gloves, toque, boots, coat, scarf (if necessary) and layers. ALso remember to pack a lunch! You will be outside!

MATH - Find the mean, median, mode, and range for the following set of numbers: 3, 10, 17, 24, 33, 3, 39, 42, 65, 78, 119. Please remember to date your work, write a title (and subtitles), and show all your work. Do not forget a summarizing sentence at the end. You will be handing this in before we leave for Finlayson tomorrow!

HISTORY - Complete questions 6-10 from the package on Acadia. Remember to dress warm for our trip to Finlayson tomorrow!

LANGUAGE - Practice for MeTube if you are presenting Thursday or Friday. Read for 20-30 minutes independently for pleasure.

FRENCH - review your conjugations for the 8 irregular verbs we have been looking at

November 19th,

Math - Read the lesson (all the slides) for tomorrow's math lesson. You do not have to do the work but you must read all the slides.

Language - MeTube Presentations are continuing tomorrow. Please read independently tonight for at least 20 minutes.

History - answer questions 1-5...(all of them will really make me smile though) from the package on ACADIA that we read today.

November 13th, 2018

Language - Me Tube should be just about complete

Science - Finish the textbook questions. Binder check on Thursday.

History - Finish all three readings I gave you and the questions that go with them by the next history class (next week)

November 12th, 2018

Math - Finish your term definitions for the new chapter.

French - Finish the Present tense worksheet

Science - worksheet on self-sustaining biome to complete

Language - complete your MeTube slides

History - Complete 2 of 3 readings/questions from the package I gave you.

Thursday November 8th,

Science - Science test tomorrow, make sure you study. Also binder check tomorrow have your binder organized, everything inside and everything in the right order Mr.Tokue will be taking them tomorrow.

Friday, November 9th

***Check the Classroom Leaders section of the website...I have added a few positions that will add to the success of our class! If you are interested in volunteering for one of the new roles, they will be selected Monday morning after the announcements.

Language - Complete your slides presentation for MeTube

Math - Complete your cost analysis for a trip to Disneyland (if you are not done and have not shown it to me)

French - Try to memorize the Present tense endings for ER and IR verbs, for all the pronouns

History - On Sunday, at 11:11AM, have a moment of silence with millions of other Canadians and remember our fallen soldiers who fought in WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, and beyond. Email me the word "POPPY", with an attachment to any article you read (either about Remembrance day or Canadian soldiers) between 11:11AM and 3PM on Sunday if you took the time to reflect personally and read an article

November 7th,

Math - Review for the Unit Test tomorrow morning. You will have a double period to complete it.

Language - Continue to gather images for your MeTube presentation and work at completing your slideshow. Presentations will begin Tuesday.

Science - Binder check and TEST are on Friday.

French - Study the infinitive verbs Vouloir / pouvoir / Devoir / Savoir/ Aller / Etre / Faire / Avoir. Know the English translation

November 6th

Math - Finish the practice test on page 37. Study for the test on Thursday...then, in your notebook, write your own definition for the following terms from the unit:

  • Factor
  • Prime number
  • square number
  • square root
  • power
  • exponent
  • base
  • standard form
  • LCM
  • GCF

Language - Edit and Type your paragraphs. Look for images for MeTube. Save to your drive.

French - Write a full sentence answer for questions 9 and 10 from today's worksheet on "Disparition au galerie de jeux"

November 5th

Math - Review your Number sense unit and study for the test on Thursday.

Language - make sure all your MeTube paragraphs are done and typed as a rough copy.

French - Review the new infinitive verbs

History - If you didn't read about Fur Trader on the weekend, please read up on them in the history textbook (Chapter 1)


FINLAYSON FORMS ARE DUE! We still have a few spots!


November 2nd

Math - Unit review pages 35 and 36 #1-20. Unit Test on Thursday! Be ready!

Language - Work on your 3 paragraphs for MeTube. Type your edited copies. Make a rough draft of the paragraph you are still working on. Your three final paragraphs should be complete by Wednesday

History - Read and make notes about les Courreurs des bois, les seigneurs, and les habitants in the textbook - pages13-16

French - Study new infinitive verbs

Pictures? If you plan on ordering pictures they are due Tuesday November 6th.

Finlayson Trip - are you coming? I hope you are! Money and trip form due next week

November 1st, 2018

Math - complete numbers 1-12 (exponents) on page 25/26 of the math book. Refer to your online version

Language - Type up 2 of your 3 paragraphs for MeTube. print and bring to class

Music - practice for Lion King auditions

Science - Review textbook section 2.3

French - Duo Lingo

October 31st, 2018

Happy Halloween!

You have no homework other than ensuring one more of your paragraphs for MeTube is complete!

October 30th, 2018

Halloween costume? Dress up appropriately!

Language - Finish either your relate or reflect paragraph rough draft...to be handed in tomorrow. Begin to search for images that you will connect to your lyrics for MeTube.

Math - complete the word problem sheet from today. Create a math question of your own using a GCF strategy.

History - Review the Real Settlers slides and complete your jot notes on all the settlers of New France

Science - Food Web worksheet to complete.

October 26th, 2018

Language - Finish your graphic organizer "retell" and write your retell paragraph.

French - Study and review all the infinitive verbs

Science - Finish textbook questions 1-5

Art - Choose a landscape.

Math - Review factors, multiples, and exponents. Write down any questions you may have.

October 25th, 2018

History - Complete your graphic organizer on Jacques Cartier and review the presentation I have shared with you.

French - DuoLingo

Math - Complete Mid-unit review...page 22 in the book. If your PDF does not provide the correct pages...Mr. Sakai says please click on the PDF and look for specific pages.

Language - Print lyrics of your song if it is not done, and continue working on the "retell" graphic organizer. To be continued in class tomorrow.

October 24th, 2018

MATH - If you did not do yesterday's homework on page 21 (# 1-10), you MUST complete it tonight. You can do the mid unit review on page 22 to make sure you understand the concepts we've covered in this unit.

LANGUAGE - Choose your insightful song for the MeTube project, print the lyrics, and bring to class tomorrow. Mr. DeAbreu will approve your song before you get started.

FRENCH - Duo Lingo can become your best friend tonight! Try a couple levels on your own.

HISTORY - Go online (start with Google) and write down 2-3 facts about each of the following people: Jacques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, the Jesuit Priests, The Ursuline Nuns, and the Fur traders (les coureurs des bois).

mardi, le 23 octobre, 2018

MATH - Go to the PDF of the Math Makes Sense book...and go to page 21. Do numbers 1-10 on page 21.

FRENCH - Quiz on Telling Time and Infinitive verbs tomorrow. Review!

Help your parents with a chore or two! Maybe clean your room!

October 22nd, 2018

Math - Find the greatest common factor between the numbers 108, 56, and 284. Next try the numbers 550 and 1000.

When you are done, find the Lowest common multiple between the numbers 21 and 18. Then find the lowest common multiple between 225 and 175.

Lastly, create a prime factorization tree for the number 888.

Language - Continue to investigate and think about the song you will use for MeTube. We are doing another song study in class tomorrow. Think about how to dissect and comprehend lyrical text.

History - Finish your interview with an immigrant if it is not yet complete. We have a history class tomorrow morning and will be working on our family crests.

French - Quiz on Telling time Wednesday. You will also see some of the infinitive verbs we have studied.

Science - Test tomorrow. Make sure you study.

October 19th, 2018

Math - Do the work on Lowest Common multiple and greatest Common Factor from the Powerpoint I shared. Also do the work on pages 41/42 by Monday. It was supposed to be done for today!

History - Interview MUST be done by Monday.

Language - Bring a book to school for personal reading.

Science - Binder check and Test on Tuesday

French - Test on telling time and Infinitive verbs on Tuesday

October 18th, 2018

Math - Read the new lesson I have shared with you about Great Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiples. Try some of the work so that tomorrow in class you know exactly what we are talking about. Also, there is extra practice work on pages 41 and 42 of the Math Makes Sense textbook, which I have also shared with you online.

Science - Finish your worksheet. Test is on Tuesday!

Drama - Look up ET the Mime on YouTube and watch some of his videos. As you watch, note what the problems are that the mime creates.

French - Spend some time on DuoLingo...play a level or two. Finish and review your Telling Time package.

History - Conduct your interview with a parent or friend and learn about their story of coming to Canada. Make notes and be prepared for the next steps of the assignment.

October 16th, 2018

History - Conduct your interview of an immigrant by Friday

Language - Choose a book of interest to bring to school. Spend 20 minutes reading independently

Math - Review for the QUIZ on Thursday

Science - Binder check - BE READY! Test next week. Finish the worksheet from today.

REMEMBER! Tomorrow is open house @ 6:30 PM

October 3rd, 2018

language - Finish your paragraph about your dream job. Check your email for shared thinking questions.

History - Complete your Timeline of Important events.

French - Practice your introduction. We will begin presenting tomorrow.

***I Forgot to remind everyone - Tomorrow is ORANGE SHIRT DAY! Wear an orange shirt if you have one, and remind any classmates who you are connected to!

Orange Shirt Day is an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come.


October 2nd, 2018

Math - Finish work on factors and multiples.

French - Have your French introduction written down for tomorrow's class.

Language - Bring in a newspaper from home or some flyers to help work on your wanted posters

October 1st, 2018

Math - Create a Factor Tree for the number 124 666. Review your knowledge of factors and multiples for tomorrow's class.

French - Finish the ten question questionnaire as I will be asking three oral questions at the beginning of class tomorrow.

Science - Review all your notes thus far.

Language - Finish your questions on "The Halifax Explosion" if they are not done. We will be peer editing in class tomorrow. Read something of interest for 20-30 minutes.

Drama - Consider how the game we played outside today relates to acting live on stage and/or applying for jobs in theatre.

Sept. 27 2018

Math - Finish bar code chart

Science - Finish Biotic and Abiotic sheet. Make sure all sheets are in the folder. Notebook checks are coming up

French - Play Doulingo

Art - Finish your silhouette. To be handed in the end of next period.

Language - Read for pleasure

Music - Can you read notes on a treble clef? Practice a bit, quiz coming up.


Sept, 24, 2018

Math - Make sure your Math Prodigy account is active and accessible. Play a few games.

French - Set up your Duolingo account and start BASICS 1.

Science - Finish Bill Nye Sheet

Language - Read something you like for 30 minutes. It's fun!

Gym - Clothes need a freshen up?

Sept. 20, 2018

Math - Check and solve the slide presentation I have shared with you

French - Review numbers 1-100

History - Have all the 9 pictures for the project either printed or saved online

Sept. 19, 2018

Math - Finish Math About Me

French - Review numbers 1-100

November 14th, 2018

Math - Use a novel you are reading or choose a paragraph from a newspaper article. Open to any page or start anywhere in the paragraph. Count the number of letters in each of the first 50 words. Record your data in a tally chart. Then, graph your data in your choice of graphs. Which is the most common length of word?

French - Study your 8 infinitive verbs and their conjugations.

History - Are you finished your package on farming, government, and Huronia in New France?

Language - practice your MeTube presentation

Sept. 21, 2018

French - Review numbers 1-100, we have a quiz on Monday. Duolingo?

Math - Have Math About Me finished.

History - Our next class is Friday. Have your pictures ready by then. Don't worry about the write ups, I will give you time to do that in Language Arts.

Science - Review science notes for the week.

Gym - Bring home clothes and wash them


Sept. 26, 2018

Math - Bring and item that has a bar code on it.

Science - Finish questions, textbook is online.

Language - Read for pleasure.

French - Begin your French introduction so we can practice pronunciation in class tomorrow.

Music - Can you read notes on a treble clef? Practice a bit, quiz coming up.

Art - Finish your silhouette. To be handed in the end of next period.

December 7th

HISTORY - Finish preparing your presentation/performance as a member of New France.

MATH - Math Makes Sense Textbook page 96 #1-6

LANGUAGE - Make sure you have written a proper Haiku, Tanka, and I am poem, and have all 3 poems in your language folder.

FRENCH - Try and advance yourself 3 levels in Duo Lingo

January 17th

If you are at the Raptor game tonight, have fun and be safe! Go raps go! I will also understand if you need a bit of extra time because of the trip!

MATH - Review the slides of Congruent Triangles that we looked at today. Copy a note in your math book about the rules for congruent triangles.

FRENCH - Complete parts A,B, C of your "Destinations D'hiver package". Review the vocabulary and focus if the nouns.

LANGUAGE - Read one more poem by Shel Silververstein. You can google his name an many will come up. Note the title of the poem,

March 1st

FRENCH - practice your oral presentation of your ad.

MATH / LANGUAGE- Write an "Integer Short Story" ... a story like the one you read in class that uses words to represent positive and negative integers. It should be no longer than 1 page. it can be fiction or non-fiction. Have fun and be creative!

DANCE - Practice your 1 best dance move! ....dance is on its way!!!

SCIENCE - ??? anything to do???


March 22, 2019

MATH - Practice test ... p 361 #s 1-6

LANGUAGE - Finish the rough draft of your short story.

FRENCH - Google the verb "ALLER" in the present tense and memorize it.


  • Don't forget that if you want your snack in the morning, you should already have it with you!
  • Bring clean gym clothes!