In terms of the Learning Skills I will be commenting on, here they are:
In about three weeks, the class will be doing a self-evaluation, which I usually include on the top portion of the Strengths/Next Steps section. As I look at this, I realize that I have not assessed my skills. This is something I will do, just before we do this exercise as a class.
I am in the process of developing the idea of the Health Project that the Grade 7 teachers came up with. It is a more educational spin on this video:
Although I have provided some questions and samples for our unit on Measurement and the King Henry chart, I will post a video here to see it in action.
First off, I love this one:
BASE is another way of saying UNIT for the following set of measurements: metre, gram, and litre. Also, I think "deka," as it is typed above, should be spelled "deca." I only say this because I am a Track and Field fan and think of the Decathlon, where there are 10 events.
In class, I have often used the King Henry Doesn't Mind Drinking Chocolate Milk. The "M" represent the metre, but is only 1 of 3 base units (metre, litre, gram).
- complete the set of sentences, if you haven't (2 simple, 2 compound, 1 complex sentence)
- complete Math sheet involving conversion