UPDATED HISTORY STUDY GUIDE

Information for the following topics are covered in:
PAGES: H76, H82 – H87, H89 – H105

DOCUMENTS & EVENTS:
– Royal Proclamation (what it took away and what it added, how groups of people felt about it)
– Quebec Act (what it took away and what it added, how groups of people felt about it)
– Paris Peace Treaty
– Constitutional Act and the points it introduced
– American Revolution

GROUPS OF PEOPLE:
– Loyalists (who they were, what jobs they had, where they were situated)
– Black Loyalists
– Patriots (who they were, where they were situated)
– Role of the First Nations

LOCATIONS:
– Lower Canada
– Upper Canada
– Where did the loyalists travel to
– Six Nations Reserve
– Eastern Townships

INDIVIDUALS:
– Boston King
– Hannah Ingraham
– Joseph Brant
– John Graves Simcoe

FRENCH TEST: THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2019

FRENCH TEST: THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2019
– sheet with the names of the foods
– differences between casse-croute and restaurant (review the worksheet we did in class for key words e.g. pourboire, service au volant etc.)
– names of meals in french (quebecois and in France)
– names of locations to get food in French
– names of utensils and dishes

Monday January 14 2019

History: due tomorrow
Read H99 – H101
Answer: page H100 answer #1, 3 and page H105 answer #1

Health: study for the test

French: In complete sentences, write down 3 meals you eat for breakfast, 3 for lunch and 3 for dinner (je mange…)

Thursday Jan 10

Get dream classroom rubrics signed
Spelling test tomorrow
French worksheet due tomorrow
History handout due tomorrow page H90-H94 (front and back)
History test: Thursday Jan 17
Health test: Tuesday Jan 15
PA DAY: Friday Jan 18

History study guide:
– Royal Proclamation (what it took away and what it added, how groups of people felt about it)
– Quebec Act (what it took away and what it added, how groups of people felt about it)
– Loyalists (who they were, where they were situated)
-Patriots (who they were, where they were situated)
– American Revolution
– Constitutional Act
– Role of the First Nations

Wednesday January 9 2019

Health test: Tuesday Jan 15
History test: Thursday Jan 17
*GET DREAM CLASSROOM RUBRIC SIGNED BY PARENTS

Homework tonight:
Literacy
– read Malala article, answer questions 1-8
– write down 5-7 main points to include in summary of article
– review vocab. Quiz Friday.

History
– review Loyalists and Patriots
– work on study guide

French
– review words from the unit

Health
– work on study sheet

Monday, December 3, 2018

Monologue Presentations Wednesday:
Alicia, Leah, Tomer, Taylor

Ideal Country Projects Due Dates:
(outline can be found on Google Classroom: Homeroom & Literacy)
Part I
Country Selection: Monday, December 3, 2018
Country Presentation: Friday, December 7, 2018

Part II
Curriculum Outline (Typed): Tuesday, Dec 11, 2018
Physical Description (Typed): Friday, December 14, 2018
Powerpoint Presentation: Week of Dec 17 (to be finalized)
3D Diorama Project: Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Test to return:
Mean Test:
Erik, Tyler, Tomer, Daniel, Kayden, Emily, Dino
Circles Test:
Leah, Tyler, Tomer, Daniel, Kayden, Jayden, Dino, Ben

Groups:
1. Taylor, Zach B, Daniel – Finland
2. Stefan, Jayden – Australia
3. Alicia, Summer, Ben – Zimbabwe
4. Ethan, Sammi, Dino – Thailand
5. Kayden, Esha, Ella – Germany
6. Emily, Leah – France
7. Erik, Riley, Andy – United Kingdom
8. Tomer, Abby, Evan, Cassie – Israel

Friday November 30 2018

Select a new novel to read
Read 30 minutes
French projects: Ma Famille due Friday, December 7, 2018
Monologue presentations next 2 weeks (Check the sign-up list posted below for your name)
Media Projects: My Ideal Classroom due Wednesday, December 18, 2018
Bring signed History Tests
Bring signed French posters & quiz

Signed Math tests pending: Tomer, Kayden, Dino, Zach S, Ben, Leah, Tyler, Daniel, Jayden, Alicia

Mon Dec 3
1. Dino
2. Summer
3. Esha
4. Stefan

Wed. Dec 5
1. Alicia
2. Leah
3. Tomer
4. Taylor

Thurs. Dec 6
1. Cassie
2. Abby
3. Sammi
4. Erica

Fri. Dec. 7
1. Jayden
2. Evan
3. Erik
4. Zach S.

Mon. Dec 10
1. Zach B
2. Ben
3. Kayden
4. Ella

Tues. Dec 11
1. Riley
2. Andy
3. Ethan
4. Tyler
5. Daniel
6. Emily

Wednesday November 28 2018

Literacy/Media: due tomorrow

  1. In a few points, write down what constitutes as “talent”? What’s difference between someone who “has talent” and someone who is “really good at something”?
  2. Ask a friend/sibling/parent three to five routines or traditions in a classroom that are/were unique or memorable.

Drama: Monologues due on Wednesday December 5

French Projects: due Friday December 7