Ms. Breau

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Posted: October 5, 2017

Students working hard on creating their totem poles for Social Studies

Posted: October 5, 2017

Literacy 6/7 

It was all about building the stamina today. The kids worked on reading for 20 minutes and had a chance to get caught up on some of their work! They were amazing!

Literacy 8

The grade 8s outdid themselves in the reading department! They managed to go for 25 minutes...wow! We also tried finihsing up our business proposlas and got more informationon their Interest Project

Math 1

We're working hard on number recognition and practicing work in their new work books!

Social Studies 6/7

We read a little more of "Fatty Legs" (novel about Residential Schools) and got to work on building our totem poles!

Tech 6/7

Students had the chance to work on their Culture projects in technology. Learning new ways around PowerPoint and adding in their animations to spice up their projects!

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Posted: October 4, 2017

Literacy 6-7

Students were involved in a 20 minute independant read, followed by another great read aloud of The City of Ember. They then worked on answering Chapter 3 questions- working on higher order thinking (adding more of their thoughts to the paragraph).

Literacy 8

We're half way there! Today's Topic of interest: a comic and a news article. Students warmed up to the idea! They were then introduced to a project of interest, and really got excited about creating soemthing that was entirely their own. We discussed how they can make this their own and to bring it to a whole new level!

Social Studies-Technology 6/7

We combinded out efforts! Students are working tirelessly on their cultureal projects! They love the idea of beinf the teacher and presenting their findings. (Attached is what they must complete in their projects!)

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Posted: October 4, 2017

Date: 

Tue, Oct 10/17 8:12 pm

Image result for scholastic orders Book ORders for Grade 6-8 will be due back on Tuesday, Oct. 10th

Posted: October 2, 2017

Date: 

Mon, Oct 16/17 8:42 pm

Students in grade 6-7-8 will be taking a trip to the Legislature building in Fredericton.

Posted: October 2, 2017

Students in grade 6-7-8 should be reading every night for 30 minutes

Due Date: 

Friday, October 6, 2017

Posted: October 2, 2017

Literacy 6/7
Today we started our September Newsletter (which will be going out this week). Students were put in groups and ask to write as a group on their different topics. We started making the layout and putting in our information. We also spent some time reading Ch. 3 of The City of Ember; having another great discussion/question session.

Literacy 8

Students were given a Topic of Interest to spark their discussions. We then moved on to finihsing up their Business Proposals. We finished the class with reading a big from Chapter 5, with a little but of discussion.

Math 1

The students were starting to move into learning about number recognition, counting forwards and backawrds from/to 20. They also spent some time reviewing patterns. 

Social Studies 6/7

Students spent some time today go over terms for their activity tomorrow morning (Blanket Activity). This sparked a tonne of great questions/discussion about First Nations.


Posted: September 29, 2017

Date: 

Sat, Mar 24/18 2:08 pm

More details to follow

Posted: September 29, 2017

Date: 

Tue, Oct 3/17 2:02 pm

The middle school students will be participating in a Blanket activty put on by Matthew Sweezy and Elizabeth Price (and an Elder). They will be completing this activity at the school in the morning.

Posted: September 29, 2017

Literacy 6/7 

Today we had a great discussion about treating people, guests, with respect and how it's not easy to get up in front of people to talk. We also read half of Chapter 3 and had some really great conversations about what might happen to the characters.

Literacy 8

We started off the class with a mini-discussion on a news article about senior drivers and some of the reasons why they should or shouldn't be driving. The students were very mature and had some really great points! we then moved into catching up on some chapter questions, business proposals and corrections fo their questions.

Math 1

The kids were so excited today because OSMO came out to play! They were showing what they know with number recognition! Everyone was great at their stations, working hard on patterns!

Social Studies 6/7

We spent the first 30 mins paying contributions to the Terry Fox walk. Students were great walking around. When we came in, we went through a powerpoint on Residentital Schools and why they were wearing an Orange Shirt.

P.S. Everyone is so excited about the catpult challenge tomorrow. I hope to see lot's of faces!!!
Students were also sent home with two letters (one for the calendar of events and one on a contest!)

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