Language Arts

Famous Birthdays
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Linda Blair
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Taylor Swift
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Ashlee Simpson
Reflection:
I think I improved on each of my famous birthday reports because in the beginning I didnt quite know what to do, but now I know exactly what to do and it's much easier. I think I did well on brainstorming in smart ideas because that was the easiest part. I think I need to improve on making my paragraphs longer and using a wider range of words.

Hockey Report
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Sidney Crosby


Peer Evaluation
Comments:
Karen: Good job. You need more content and be a bit more creative.
10/25


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In Language Arts we read a story called the Hockey Sweater. We then had to pick a famous Canadian Hockey player and do a report about them. After that we had to create a 3D visual that had something to do with them. We also had to have key words from our report on the 3D visual to represent our famous Canadian Hockey player.

Math

Parent Quiz
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Parent Information


Probability Question

1) How many possible trip plans can she make?
Billy can make 18 possible trip plans. To find out the possible number of trip plans you multiply the bottom number of total possible outcomes by the top number of total possible outcomes.
2) How many possible choices if she travels by train?
Billy can make 6 possible choices if she travels by train. You find out the total possible choices by looking at the diagram you see the T section and what is attached to it which gives you the choices you have by train.
3) What is the probability that she will choose to go to Calgary on a Train and stay with a friend?
The chances of Billy choosing to go to Calgary by train and staying with a friend is 1/18 or 5.5%. To figure this out you divide the numerator by the denominator ( 1 / 18 ) which is the TPO ( total possible outcome ) to get the percentage of chance.

Probability test

Theoretical and Experimental Probability

The difference between theoretical and experimental probability is that theoretical probability is what should happen and experimental probability is the actual outcome.
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Science

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Social Studies

Social Test 1

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Social Test 2


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The Legend of Osiris


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Postcard

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Personal Timeline

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Rome Presentation



Practical Arts


Gym


Band


Music


Skills