MATH

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Average 88%

Textbook:

page 127 #10, 13

page 130 #4-10, 13

Study Spelling: week 4

HISTORY: Page H30 Comparing Montreal worksheet

MATH

Get test signed

Average 88%

Textbook:

page 127 #10, 13

page 130 #4-10, 13

Study Spelling: week 4

HISTORY: Page H30 Comparing Montreal worksheet

Study for French (Quiz tomorrow)

Study for Spelling (Quiz tomorrow)

Math fractions worksheet 1 ( In Shared Drive)

Review notes from today’s class on improper fractions and mixed numbers.

Start intro for Narrative.

Review the handout on how to hook your reader (Shared Drive: Personal Narrative folder : Introduction)

Math Quiz tomorrow: Division and Multiplication of Decimals

Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 as well as 0.1, 0.01, 0.001 etc. – no calculators will be allowed for this section as well as simple long division and multiplication.

Get other math test signed

Cursive writing package due tomorrow

Terry Fox tomorrow!! Bring toonies!

French vlog project due Tuesday

Histagram project due Friday

Extra practice math worksheet on Google Classroom!

Please get Math Quiz from last week signed and return it

Some students got their gym assessment marks back – please bring it back signed too

Any students interested in reviewing for the history tomorrow, at lunch recess we will have a review session in our classroom.

History Test: Wednesday, Sept 25

Chapter 1 – European Explorers & Groups of Settlers

Math Quiz: Thursday, Sept 26

Multiplying & Dividing Decimals

No spelling quiz this week!

History study guide has been posted on Google Classroom

History homework:

Read pages 24-29 (posted on classroom)

Read page H22 (in textbook)

Fill in the chart comparing the inventions

Review what it means to “assimilate”

Tomorrow afternoon – assembly

Tomorrow’s math lesson: multiplying and dividing decimals

Tomorrow’s French lesson: reviewing colours and school supplies

Math Quiz Tomorrow

Finish package on government (will be posted on Google Classroom around 5pm)

History test next Wednesday Sept 25

Gym Assessment on Friday Sept 20

Links to Extra Math Practice Worksheets

https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/mathstats/docs/Arithmetic.pdf

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/arith-decimals/arith-review-add-sub-decimals-word-problems/e/adding_and_subtracting_decimals_word_problems

Math Test returned last week: 81% (average)

French Quiz returned last week: 75% (average)

Spelling Quiz returned this morning: 81% (average)

**Math Quiz: Wednesday**

Rounding decimals

Comparing decimals

Adding decimals

Subtracting decimals

**French homework:** in Cahier Page 8 and 13 due Wednesday

Math worksheet

Math quiz: Wednesday

History Homework

Due: tomorrow

In your textbooks, read pages H4 – H8 (up to Samuel de Champlain). Answer the following questions in written form (you may type your answers or write them out on a sheet of paper in your binder):

1. Why did France send explorers to what is present day North America?

2. What were the three main uncertainties the European Explorers had coming into North America?

3. What does it mean to be a “matriarchal society”? (pg H6) Who else had power in their society?

4. The First Nations relied on land for which needs? List as many as you can find.

5. When and who sent Jacques Cartier to North America?

6. What were the two goals of his trip? Did he achieve them?

7. What was the symbol that Jacques Cartier used to mark his presence in North America? Why do you think he chose that symbol over any other one?

8. Who was Donnacona and what can you infer about his personality? What was his relationship like with Jacques Cartier?

9. What were the names of the two major cities in Canada at the time of Jacques Cartier’s arrival? What are those names presently?

10. What was the cause of the majority of Cartier’s crew members?

11. Why do you think it was important for Jacques Cartier to prove to the King of France that Canada was worth exploring?

12. When did Cartier’s final trip take place? What was the outcome of it?

History: Write one paragraph (6-10 sentences)

Q: In your opinion, who had the better “quality of life”, the Europeans or the First Nations ? (think about what “quality of life” means to you?)

French: Quiz on dates tomorrow (review days of the week, months of the year and numbers 1-31)

Math: today’s lesson was on: Factoring, Multiples, GCF

Homework is due tomorrow. Package (don’t do #8 and any questions with LCM)

Bring back envelope with forms including purple form with info

Girls volleyball tryouts tomorrow at lunch