Les défis du 21e siècle !

À ma classe de 8e année,

Je t’invite à lire et à écouter les liens aux articles suivants.  Pendant cette semaine, j’espère que tu pourras prendre le temps de t’informer davantage sur ces sujets importants.

Article sur la condition des océans:  

Article sur la pollution de l’air en Inde:

Article sur les feux en Australie:

Bonne écoute et bonne lecture !

Mr. C

Grade 6 Eng. Social Studies Homework

The grade 6 class has been learning all about Canadian demographics. This includes what the word ‘demographics’ means and also what data sets can we look at to learn more about who Canadians are.

This week students have been working with data sets looking at the total population of Canada and the percentage of citizens that live in rural and urban areas. We learned that the population of Canada from 1851 to present day has shifted from rural to urban areas and what this means for municipal planning for these areas.

If students did not finish the rural vs. urban population questions in class, they were sent home to complete. The question set can be found below:

Grade 7 Eng. Social Studies Natural Disaster Response Plan

Grade 7 has been learning all about the opportunities and challenges that are presented by the physical environment and the ways in which people have responded to them. Part of this conversation has been about climate change and the more extreme weather patterns-which has resulted in more natural disasters.

Each student is now researching a current natural disaster and creating a natural disaster response plan for the community. This includes how the community can mitigate the effects of the disaster in the future.

The instructions for the assignment are below.

Grade 8 Social Studies- Reflection Homework

Hi Grade 8,

Just a reminder that on Monday your roundtable reflections are due for both Mr.C and Mrs.B 🙂

We are so proud of your meaningful participation in the federal election roundtables. Many of the participants said that hearing your question and seeing your involvement was the highlight of the roundtable for them. The Jewish Bulletin article has been published about the roundtables and all of your quotes about the political party platforms. Check out the article below:



Grade 6 Social Studies Homework

Grade 6 Class,

What an amazing discussion we had in class about the various symbols of Canada- we came up with an incredible (and packed) list of symbols together.

Today we moved our discussion to what being Canadian means to you and you started working on your own personal writing assignment explaining what it means to you. Please finish this assignment for our class this Friday. The instructions for the assignment can be found below:

Please let me know if you have any questions!