Tuesday, February 21, 2017

hw 2.21

Today's homework:

LA: Tins due tomorrow
        Grammar booklet if not done due Thursday

Geography: worksheet settlement hierarchy 

Math: Booklet question 29-31 due Thursday

History: Timeline poster due Friday

French: Worksheet due next Tuesday

Science: Science fair poster if not done due tomorrow 

Tests/Quizzes: History mid-term test tomorrow
                         Highwayman test next Monday
                         Poem re-test on Thursday
        

Monday, February 20, 2017

HW 2.20

Today's homework:

LA: Tins due Wednesday
        Grammar booklet if not done due Thursday

Math: Booklet question 29-31 due Thursday

History: Timeline poster due Friday

Tests: History mid-term test on Wednesday
           Poem re-test on Thursday

Friday, February 17, 2017

HW 2/17

Today's homework:

LA: Tins due next Wednesday
        Grammar if not done due next Thursday

Geography: Worksheet question 7 and 9 due next Monday

History: Timeline poster next Friday

Tests/Quizzes: Geography quiz on next Monday
                        History mid-term test on next Wednesday
                        Poem re-test on next Thursday
       
       

Thursday, February 16, 2017

HW 2/16

Today's homework:

LA: Highwayman booklet due tomorrow
        Tins due next Wednesday

History: Work on question time page 166-169 due tomorrow
               Poster if you are not done due tomorrow

Geography: Worksheet question 7 and 9 due next Monday

Tests/Quizzes: History mid-term test on next Wednesday
                        Geography quiz on next Monday

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

HW 2/15

Homework for today:

LA: Grammar worksheet due tomorrow
        Highwayman due Friday

Math: Booklet page 16- 22 due tomorrow
Math league on Friday

Geography: Q7 and Q9 due Monday

Test- Geography on Monday (quiz)
History - Wednesday - Midterm test

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Dear parents of Grade 7 JNL&JAL class,

This is the first news letter of Japanese class after the winter break!

Although this new term started with influenza, not only mine, but the students’ as well,  somehow we have been able to put our hearts in the important theme such as war and peace, or why we feel empathy towards the classic works of old time of Japan, through Japanese language.

More preciously, JNL students read the short story based on the author’s(Masakane Yonekura) real experience during the World War , and watched the animation film ‘ Grave of the fireflies(火垂るの墓)‘with the JAL students, and learned how the war cruelly destroyed  the people’s everyday life, especially that of  innocent children. As a formative assessment, the students tried to imagine themselves as the character in the story, and made creative writing, to which each student had put great effort.  We started new unit this month, and now the students are challenging to explore the world of Japanese classical literature. They will read ‘Taketori monogatari’, which is the oldest Japanese folktale, both in the original old Japanese and in the modern Japanese.

JAL students are making progress steadily. The intermediate student is practicing the useful phrases in everyday Japanese usage with the worksheets, and the beginner students are trying to increasing their vocabularies through worksheets and text books.




HW 2/14

Today's homework:

LA: Remembering poem due tomorrow
        Tins due tomorrow
        Highwayman worksheet if not done due Friday
Math: Math booklet page 15-22

History: Worksheet task due tomorrow

Geography: Worksheet question 7 and 9 due next Monday

Tests/Quizzes: Geography quiz next Monday