Monday, April 15, 2013

Tuesday, April 16. 2013

Today's schedule is C-AG-D-A-B

C Block Social Studies 10 - Today you have your Confederation unit final test, if you studied and came prepared I am certain you will find the test a breeze. The test should really only take you no more than forty minutes to finish but you have as much time in class as you need. Good luck! When you are finished, you'll get a copy of a copy of the “Confederation Timeline” and a picture sheet of events. Cut & paste the events in proper order on your timeline and add a caption for each event explaining what the event is and how it is related to Confederation along with when it happened. Then there are pictures of people; place those people around the edges of your timeline (yes, each person needs a caption of who they are and what colony/province they are from). Use colour to make your timeline stand out.

A Block Law 9/10 - Today you'll need to work out of the All About Law textbooks in Chapter 5 “Trial Procedure”. The work I’m assigning is for Today AND Thursday so you’ll have lots of time to complete it. Just a reminder that tomorrow is the LAST DAY for you to work on your forensic science webpage and that I’ll need your URLs as soon as possible. On to the work:

  1. Briefly explain the role of the following courtroom people: Judge; Crown Prosecutor; Defense Attorney; Court Clerk; Cork Recorder; and Sheriff 
  2. Jury questions 1, 2, 3 and 5 on page 124 
  3. Define the following: Arraignment; Direct Evidence; Circumstantial Evidence; Privileged Communication; and Hearsay Evidence 
  4. Trial questions 1 and 2 on page 133 along with questions 7, 8, 12 and 14 on page 134 
  5. Applying Legal Concepts questions 2 and 4 on page 147 
I’ll go over this work with you on Thursday in preparation for your final quiz in Law on Friday.

B Block Social Studies 11 - You have your unit final test on World War One today. If you studied and came prepared, I'm sure that you will do well. With the remaining time left in class (as the test will only take about forty minutes to complete) you'll be able to work on on the following from the textbook:
  1. Question 3 from the “Looking Back – Developing an Understanding” section on page 47
  2. Question 1 from the “Did the War have a positive or negative effect on Canada” section on page 44 and…
  3. Considering the political, economic, cultural and social changes to Canada, what effect did Canada’s participation in the First World War have on Canadian society and its status as a nation? 
You could also work on your Treaty of Versailles work:
  1. Great Expectations work section questions A, B, and C
  2. Germany Re-Made: The Treaty of Versailles work section questions A and B
  3. Europe Re-Shaped: The Other Paris Peace Treaties work section questions A and B
  4. The League of Nations work section question B
  5. A Dictated Peace: The Treaty of Versailles work section questions A, B and C

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