In math, students had a quiz on perimeter, area, and volume; they marked and corrected their own quizzes to enable them to self-assess and self-reflect on their learning.
In photography, students brainstormed criteria and gave their partners peer feedback on how to improve their alphabet photos. It's incredible to see students being more aware of their learning and helping one another to improve their work!
1.) FRENCH: There are about 6 students who still need to fill out their self-evaluation form.
- Remember to upload your photos to Google Drive if you haven't done so already.
3.) LA (Speeches):
- If you would like feedback for your speech, please share it with Mr. Hong and Ms. Fei (email@example.com).
- Start practicing and memorizing your speech.
- ENGAGE in conversation with your group about Section I. Focus on the questions and the discussion; don't worry too much about giving feedback to each others' posts for now.
i.) Iqbal (Laptop # 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5)
ii.) Fatima (Laptop # 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10)
iii.) Hussein Kahn (Laptop # 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15)
iv.) Karim (Laptop # 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20)
v.) Salman (Laptop # 21, 22, 23, 24)
vi.) Maria (Laptop # 25, 26, 27, and 28)
5.) MATH WRITE A RESPONSE: In class today, we briefly discussed about acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles. Angles are found everywhere, include on analog clocks. For examples, the hour hand the minute hand on this clock make an obtuse angle.
- 1) Define each type of angle in your own words
- 2) provide a time when the hands of a clock would make each type of angle (eg. obtuse angle- 5:05 pm). Follow the template below:
- a) Acute angle
- b) Right angle
- c) Obtuse angle
- d) Straight angle
- e) Reflex angle (you might need to do some research for this one).
VIDEO LINKS: Term 2 Rewind!