Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Wednesday, January 28. 2015

Today is a PLC day so the schedule is shortened for the day. Today's schedule is B-A-D-C

B Block Law 12 - OK so let's get ready. Not to sound pushy but you have very little time to work on your major civil law project in class...like two classses...really...I'm serious, you have just two classes to get this done and it's a major project...and you've had all term to work on it...no pressure. If you are done then I'd like you to begin your preparations for the final exam.Today I have the library booked for you to continue working on your civil law major term project. After today there are only 3 classes left until the final exam and 2 classes left in the library to work on your major civil law term project...no pressure.

A & C Blocks Social Studies 10 - Today we'll continue with the key points and important information about the following British Columbian industries:
  1. Forestry
  2. Fisheries
  3. Agriculture
  4. Mining
  5. Tourism
  6. Other (human and health services or film & television production and technology)
For each industry we'll look for the following data:
  • An overview of extraction/production methods (what is taken or produced and how it is done)
  • An overview of the impact on the economy of the province (how much money is made, how many people are employed, where in the province it is done, where the product is sold)
  • An explanation of the issues associated with the industry (social, environmental, economic concerns).
  • A job futures explanation (sunrise/sunset, rising/falling, etc...)
We'll also work on an activity about B.C.’s Top 12 Industries by Percent of Labour Force using figure 9.1 on page 322 of the Horizons text.

D Block Law 9/10 - Today we are back in the library to continue working on our Fairy Tale Crime Court Report. Remember, you are a court reporter at a criminal trial involving a fairy tale. Your job during the case is to accurately report the case to your readers. Your story will summarize the events leading to the trial (the story), what the person is being charged with, who testified and to what for the Crown, who testified and to what for the defense including what was the basis for their defense, and finally what the judge’s decision was and why. Look at Monday's blog entry for links and requirements. You have today and tomorrow for this activity and that's it. Work hard family.

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