This term our class will be studying Ancient Rome in many different ways. You can access our Thematic map by clicking on the underlined words. The map shows all of the discipline areas we will cover this term and how they relate to our theme. The colours represent the links between the disciplines. For example, we will work on descriptive paragraph writing this term which can also be found in our French work on describing others, myths we will read in class, and our study of gods and goddesses.
Descriptive writing, oral speaking and developing strong inquiry questions will also be themes running throughout the term.
With snowshoes in hand, we made our way to Grouse Mountain. It was a full day, with not only snowshoeing, but also a visit to the Hiwus lodge and a look at the interdependency of the animals that live in the mountain area. Our first activity was snowshoeing. Some materials survived better than others. For example, duct tape has difficulty in the snow.
After researching snowshoes, deciding on an appropriate design, and brainstorming materials we could use, we were ready to begin construction. Students experimented with a wide variety of ways to put their shoes together.
Students also created different shaped snowshoes depending on what kind of snow they thought we might encounter. The above picture is more of an Ojibwe shape, used to break crusty snow.
Welcome, Division Three, to our very first blog post! Today we begin our quest to become thoughtful digital citizens using our class blog. Your challenge is to think carefully and mindfully about your comment before posting it. Remember to ask yourself: how will my comment reflect who I am to the online community?
Watch the video and make a comment, using the questions below as a guideline.