Avoir conjugations and practice with school supplies and colours
A generic ELA vocab list with key. Originally intended for grade 9's but can be used for other secondary grades as well. Unfortunately only worked as a PDF.
This pdf includes interactive notebook templates for grade 7 integers.
This pdf includes interactive notebook templates for grade 7 integers.
This pdf resource includes a template for an Interactive Notebook as well as each divisibility rule to put on your bulletin board.
This page is meant to be photocopied on cardstock and laminated, or placed in a page protector to be used with a dry erase marker. Students can roll dice to get the question and then expand it into: - explain in Words - count in groups - repeated addition - fact families -arrays
This worksheet reviews how to answer simple questions in complete sentences (by restating the question).
Blank cellphones with three speech bubbles.
Pinny Tag, Cooperation Game
This is a sentence quiz that I use as a diagnostic and progress assessment. I give it the first week of school, and before every report card. It is done "pop quiz" style, with no studying beforehand. The first side assesses a students use of proper punctuation, and the second side assesses the ability to answer in complete sentences (i.e. rewording the question in the answer). It is a great talking sheet to use for Parent Teacher Interviews and in student conferences.
These pages can be used with the Words Their Way Spelling Inventories. Students record their responses.
An open ended assignment for those kids that whip through material quicker than others. Worked well with grade 7's as a short activity.
Bilingual French/English resource I created for my sub binder as a no prep activity where students refine their web searching skills by using flag descriptors to discover which country each flag belongs to. This activity should be printed in color but if not possible at your school I have a color version printed to use under the document viewer and students receive black and white copies.
Bilingual French/English resource I created for my sub binder for students to research details of the Canadian provinces and territories. Students look for the names of each province and territory as well as their respective official trees, birds, and flowers.
digital placemat template
A peer feedback resource where students will TAG their friends. T - TELL your friend something that you like about their work A - ANOTHER thing you like about their work G - GIVE your friend a suggestion to improve their work Students will then complete a reflection where they summarize what students said they did well and reflect on what they mentioned they could improve on. As well, it asks students to plan what they will do with this information in order to improve their project/work
Resource to help students review Confederation Unit
This worksheet looks at three hamburger paragraphs (topic sentence, three detail sentences, conclusion sentence) and asks students to pick out the main idea and three details.
This is a cross curricular resource that includes 5 tasks for up to 50 students! Students will become a country's representative of the 2018 Olympics. The tasks are: - design a button with the symbols of the nation and the country's name - collect and display daily data from the Olympics - research and write a report of your country - culture fair pavilion (students make a cultural display of food, language, art activity etc) - selfie at the Olympics (using a green screen) Included are 50 nation's flags, title tiles of the country and a template for gold, silver and bronze medals.
Summative task where students research a First Nations group in Canada before European contact and create a museum to highlight key elements of the groups' identity.
Summative task that asks students to go in-depth and explore the lives of those living in the New World prior to the 1700s.
Students will select a historical hero or bully and complete a research write up about their impact.
Here is a series of interview prep questions that may come in handy as you prepare for an interview with a new school. These questions are typically asked at the junior high level but could be of benefit to teachers applying at the elementary or high school levels as well.
A list of spelling rules to work through for word work. Developed by a learning coach and literacy intervention specialist.
This project was designed for a grade 5/6 options Leadership class to encourage leadership skills. Rubric for assessing the project is attached.
Introduce or review pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, toonies, and loonies, along with cents and dollars.
A handout outlining the peer editing technique Bless-Address-Press.
This worksheet will help your students to recognize the components of a "Hamburger Paragraph".
Lesson provides an overview of some of the first European explorers to come to Canada, their motivations, and what they actually accomplished
Document designed to help students properly respond to To What Extent questions in Social Studies
The website has been developed by scholars and language educators at the University of Lethbridge. The mission of the Lethbridge Curriculum Developers (LCD) Group is twofold: 1) to provide quality resources to support French language instruction, and 2) to model how theoretical concepts can be translated into practice. The main emphasis of the LCD Group is the development of task-based materials (see Foundations section for an elaboration on task-based language teaching). To this end, the website includes clusters of task-based lessons and examples of tasks that fit within each of WillisÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ (1996) six types of tasks. The LCD Group is also dedicated to promoting intercultural communicative competence (see Foundations section) in the second language classroom and has included a section of activity ideas and lesson plans to demonstrate how intercultural themes can be embedded in and complement second language instruction. https://tbltfrenchresources.weebly.com
A checklist and crossword designed to help students review for their First Nations Unit Exam
This quiz assesses using punctuation correctly and writing in full or complete sentences. I use it at the start of the school year as a diagnostic, and before each Parent Teacher Interview time, and again at the end of the year.
Chapter 1 of Our Canada and Voices and Visions
Uses Our Canada and Voices and Visions. Cartoon by Darren Morris.
Hands on place value activity for students in upper elementary. Count grains of rice! Easily differentiated for learners who need more of a challenge... or less.
6 posters with Growth Mindset quotes in French
I have created a document combining all the CTF outcomes and many Science outcomes that I feel would work well for CTF, which in my school we are trying this year as a Genius hour. The Science outcomes are general so this could probably be used in grade 5 and 7 as well. I have also included some ideas for evaluations.
Grade 7 Social Studies Activity where students take on the roles of different participants in Canadian trade history.
Un guide pour les ÃƒÂ©tudiants ÃƒÂ effectuer un laboratoire de sciences. Click here to download the matching bulletin board and other resources https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwKZ9k2YxPs6eTEzSkxDdFBuOXM
Unit Project for ELA 8 - Advertising and Media.
want students to understand basic coding concepts without using computers? try this interactive activity similar to activity by Coding.org
Project for SS 7 - Chapter 7 Students Plot a road trip to visit the major sites through the War of 1812 and American Independence. Can be adjusted as a whole year project.
Problem Solving Task Cards
WTW Within Words Word Sorts - word lists and sorts on JPG image files that can be printed as task cards for ease of use in your class.
WTW Syllables and Affixes Word Sorts - word lists and sorts on JPG image files that can be printed as task cards for ease of use in your class.
WTW Derivational Relations Word Sorts - word lists and sorts on JPG image files that can be printed as task cards for ease of use in your class.
Writing prompt to create riddles in order to practice descriptive writing. Was originally used for ESL but could be adapted to work with any grade!
Activity was originally framed around a brief introduction to Canada 150. Students answer the following questions in a brief presentation: What does Canada mean to you? Pick an event/invention/person in Canadaâ€™s history. How has this impacted Canada and helped shaped our nationâ€™s identity? (See Historica Canada - Heritage Minutes for some ideas) Many people were born here, though lots of people move to our country. What do you think Canada means to those who moved here? Why do you think they moved here? What is your hope for the future of Canada?
A great introduction to any history class.