In your journal, write a final unit reflection on Sharing the Planet. Here are some guidelines of what to include in your reflection.
- your understanding of the central idea
- activities, lessons that we did during this unit (how did they help you learn more about the central idea?)
- what did you like/dislike?
- the concepts, skills, attitudes and attributes of the learner profile (the ones that were focused on this unit).
Complete the online math activity on measuring angles using a protractor
This week in the 6D class:
This week, the 6D students spent time concluding our unit of inquiry on “How the World Works”. Students were able to research and comment on landform animation videos made by other Grade 6 students. We also spent time reflecting on the skills, attitudes and actions developed over the course of the unit.
In literacy, students started to form investigation groups to look into different grammar and writing skills. They will be working on creating a tutorial/lesson to teach their classmates on their given skill.
For math, we continued to learn about algebra and solving simple equations. Students from our class also participated in the World Math Day Challenge from Mathletics.
1) Parents to sign diaries
2) Reading Habits – 20 minutes
3) Final Unit Reflection in process journal -
“Write a reflection on this past unit. Include tasks/activities/assignments you enjoyed, those you didn’t and suggestions for next time. Remember to include some of your strengths and areas for you to improve on. Explain also how you demonstrated attributes and attitudes of the Learner Profile.”
1) Student Led Learning Reviews – On March 12, parents can sign on to the registration website to schedule a time for a SLLR with students.
Please refer to the information parent letter and video from last week’s post
Important Dates ahead:
Monday March 19th – Early Dismissal @ 11am