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November 15
Ouellette - MATH

Students started working on the following questions from their textbook.  If these questions were not completed in class, they have been assigned for homework.  Students are reminded that once they have answered each question, they must correct the work using the answers from the back of the book.

Grade 7's: P.18 #1, 3, 4a)... P.19 #7, 8, 10... P.27 #1... P.28 #2, 3, 4, 5

Grade 8's: P.356 #4a)b)c), 5, 6... P.357 #8a)b)c), 9, 10, 11

Have a great weekend

Mr.Ouellette

November 14
Ouellette - HOMEROOM

Students are reminded that tomorrow is JERSEY DAY so Mr.Ouellette is expecting to see a lot of black and yellow jerseys tomorrow in room #208

Go Bruins Go...

Note: Seriously, do not forget to wear your favorite jersey tomorrow.  Have a great day

Mr.Ouellette

November 14
Ouellette - MATH

Today, grade 7 and 8 students looked at creating table of values and placing the results in a Cartesian Plane.  For homework, students copied down 2 table of values and for homework, they have to find the relations between x and y and come up with a relation that best describes the data.  We will begin tomorrow's class by correcting tonight's homework

Note: Both grade 7 and 8 students need to bring their textbook with them in class tomorrow because they will be assigned questions from it.  They will get the rest of the period to work on certain questions within their groups.

Have a great day

Mr.Ouellette

November 14
Sciences Naturelles  8D, E, F, 78G, H

​Students are graphing data from a recent set of observations.  Students are being given class time to complete this task this week.  The emphasis for this activity is accuracy, neatness and precision.  Students can refer to the data set shown at the bottom of the posted document with the expectations for evaluation.

Due Date:

8D, E, F, H: Monday November 18

78G: Tuesday November 19

November 13
PIF 8B

Students practiced their skills to describe the clothing they are wearing.  Students also saw some pictures from fashion of the 1990`s and offered their opinions.

Tomorrow students will complete a mini reading and viewing assignment.  

After, students will do an activity to reinforce their fashion vocabulary.​

November 13
Sciences Naturelles  8 D, E, F, 78G, H

​Students will be practicing their graphing skills this week.  

Students will be graphing the total time per class and average time spent per student Trick Or Treating on Oct 31 2019.

Use of rulers is essential! 

Students will be evaluated on their precision and their ability to represent a set of data covering multiple source into one common bar graph.  This assignment will count for term 2.

Students are reminded if they have not yet finished and handed in their SUGAR questions, they should do so ASAP

November 13
Ouellette - MATH

Today, we took the time to correct the double-sided worksheet students had to do for homework.  Please note that they received this sheet last Thursday (Nov.7th) giving them 6 days to complete it.  Before looking at the sheet in class today, I checked the homework and realized some students walked into today's class with incomplete homework.

No specific homework has been assigned for tonight.  Tomorrow, we will continue with GCO - Patterns & Relations looking at creating table of values and review plotting coordinates in a Cartesian Plan.

Have a great day

Mr.Ouellette

November 13
Math 8A, 8B and 8C

​Complete the one sided handout given at the end of class on dividing integers.

 

November 13
Science Test

​Due to the snow day, the test days have been adjusted to:

Thursday Nov 14th: 6E

Friday Nov 15th: 6DFGH

November 07
Ouellette - MATH

Students should complete double sided worksheet on simplifying, regrouping, substituting, deducting and verifiying algebra expressions and equations for next Tuesday.  We will correct these questions first thing on Tuesday and continue looking at completing table of values with plotting coordinates on a cartesian plan and tracing linear equations. (OUTCOMES PR1 & PR2)

Grade 7's: Do not forget the difference between EXPRESSIONS and EQUATIONS.  It has something to do with the (=) sign... (OUTCOME PR4)

Have a great LONG weekend

Mr.Ouellette 

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