Today you will start to work on your Water Website.
You will start with RESEARCH on your randomly assigned topic.
Here is all the information you need –
- The Task and TSCs
- The Research Sheet
- The Check List – How to get through this task
Timeline for 6E and 6H:
Wed Feb 14: Intro, start research, come VERY close to completing the research document.
Feb 20/21: Setting up your GoogleSite, complete research document; Add your link to your site to THIS document
Feb 22/23: Create your website
Feb 26: Second to last class to create.
Due: February 28th: at the end of class, your site must be complete.
Here is today’s Task – Reading, Learning, Note-Taking! YIPPEEE!
Hi Grade 6!
ENGLISH: So today you would have all (6E and 6M) had English with me – what I would ask is that you all read for at least 30 minutes from your Roald Dahl books.
If you have not finished your 2nd book – you must by the end of this week. So please use your time today wisely!
If you have finished your book and do not have another one – feel free to read any other book for at least 30 minutes today!
I&S: (6E) we should be looking at the case study of plastic in the ocean.
Please remember that this case study is looking at the OCEANS – you will be looking at FRESH water pollution.
Have a watch of these short videos and think about how we balance things – can we ban all plastic globally? Does that make sense? Is it possible? Or do we need a way to balance using, disposing and reusing? Is there any fact or idea that grabs your attention and makes you want to learn more? Yes? Then go for it! You guys are amazing inquirers!
Kids take action
Stay warm and have FUN!
See you tomorrow!
Here is the next assignment!
Put on your presentation hats!
6M: Presentations due on December 5th; Essays to be done IN CLASS December 8th.
6E: Presentations Due on December 6th; Essay to be done IN CLASS December 11th.
As we start our next unit, Earth and Man, we need to learn a LOT about this amazing planet we live on – what are some of the dangers and the benefits of where humans choose to settle?
Go through these, take notes in your notebooks, draw the diagrams where it seem appropriate, do the activities and answer the questions!
Rivers and Flooding
Now that you have spent time learning about, researching, and presenting on Early Humans, we thought we would give you a chance to display some researched knowledge on a discovery of your choosing!
Open this document to take a look at the assignment.
You will, as a class, create a museum with displays and we will do a ‘gallery walk’ and check out the displays when they are done!
You will have 3 double-blocks to complete it! Work hard, work smart!
6M: Due Friday November 10th
6E: Due Monday November 13th
Goal: To create a self-portrait of you, showing how you have been impacted by your learning, within the context of one of 3 Global Contexts.
You will answer the following:
How did your learning this year CHANGE?IMPACT?:
- What and how you THINK
- What you SAY
- What you FEEL
- What you SHOW in your actions
- What you WANT to CHANGE
What will this look like?
YOU – with a
- Thought bubble
- Speech bubble
- A HEART
- Something in your hand
- Something under your foot
- Take a picture of yourself.
- Put it in the middle of a page – not too big, not too small.
- Now THINK – what were the themes this year, what were the big ideas? The SoIs? The concepts? The Life Lessons? How has what YOU have learned CHANGED how and who you are?
- Title the page with one of the following Global Contexts that best fits your reflection:
- Identities and Relationships:Who we are: an inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human.
- Fairness and Development: Sharing the planet: an inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and with other living things; communities and the relationships within and between them; access to equal opportunities; peace and conflict resolution.
- Personal and Cultural Expression: How we express ourselves: an inquiry into the ways in which we discover and express ideas, feelings, nature, culture, beliefs and values; the ways in which we reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of the aesthetic.
- Print it out! Hang it up in the class!
Have you ever thought about how a simple cotton t-shirt gets to you?
We are going to watch and read the 5 little videos on this NPR site. (Check out the chapters.)
Then, using it as a template (the 5 chapters), you are going to make a COPY of this GoogleSlides and complete it. INDIVIDUALLY.
You should make all your notes and preparation in your I&S Journals – only use y our laptop for research and the final product.
You will choose a SIMPLE and COMMON product that YOU use. And then you will research the same parts –
- WHAT it is
- HOW it’s made (check out the How it’s Made video on YouTube – they might help!)
- WHO makes it
- How it is MOVED around the world
- how the production etc effects YOU
Make sure that you use as many relevant economics terms as possible. And we know you have a lot of them now!
Start with Encyclopedia Britannica.
You will have 3 or 4 double periods to work on this.
If you aren’t sure what to do, watch the NPR videos and read the site again for inspiration!
It will be assessed using Criteria A and Criteria B
Thanks to Mr. Hauet for this activity – you guys are going to build a zoo!