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Brian Aspinall Aug 14
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Mr. Skrobek May 21
Today we worked on creating skeletons for our 3D shapes.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 18
Replying to @MrSkrobekOCSB
During the afternoon, the 4s worked on creating a great persuasive hook for their persuasive paragraph introductions. They then went on to write a paragraph on the topic, "Should the school day be shorter."
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 18
Replying to @MrSkrobekOCSB
In language (AM only), we created a shared writing piece on the topic, "Should students have the option of doing school online." Students decided to go with the option against online schooling.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 18
Today in class students (AM only) began working on a picture frame with a focus on the perimeter. Students were asked to consider the reasonableness of their measurements. We looked at different types of picture frames and investigated that the standard photo is 10 cm x 15 cm.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 17
Today we continued our lesson on persuasion. We looked at different techniques companies use to market their product to a particular audience. In writing, we talked about having a good sentence starter in your introduction to hook your reader.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 16
Replying to @GVanierOCSB
They would love that! Thank you!
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 16
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Some more photos from our 4 corner activity
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 16
Today we started our persuasive writing unit with a 4 corners activity. Students were asked the question, "Would you stay in a hotel made entirely of ice?" After sharing their reasons with their corner, we proceeded to dive deeper into a brochure on Canada's Ice Hotel in Quebec.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 2
Replying to @MrSkrobekOCSB
A few more photos of students working collaboratively today in class.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 2
Replying to @MrSkrobekOCSB
In math we continued work on division. Today's lesson was about dividing by 10 and 100 (e.g. 340 ÷ 10 = 34) and making a connection to multiplication through related facts (e.g. if 9 x 6 = 54 then 54 ÷ 6 = 9)
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 2
Today, students worked on leveling their work from yesterday (self assessment). They worked as a small team to determine which examples fit under which level based on a specific criteria. Tomorrow students will be reading another nonfiction text and answering questions.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 1
Replying to @MrSkrobekOCSB
In math, we continued working on division problems. We have been practicing division using arrays and long division formulas. Students have been introduced to the acronym DMSB (divide, multiply, subtract, bring down). Homework includes questions with and without remainders.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 1
Today students read a nonfiction text titled "Cybersurfer". Afterwards, students were required to answer 4 short answer questions including a short summary. Tomorrow we will be leveling our answers and discussing what it takes to bump ourselves up to a level 3 or 4.
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Mr. Skrobek Apr 1
Does anyone know where we can find digital (legally permitted) copies of a CASI?
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Mr. Skrobek Mar 27
Replying to @MrSkrobekOCSB
In language we have been talking about text features / characteristics of nonfiction. Today we read an article on The Leaning Tower of Pisa. We used a KWL chart to track any new facts we learned.
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Mr. Skrobek Mar 27
On Monday, we began our unit on division. We have looked at different situations that ask us to use division. Today students also had their first introduction to long division and remainders. Please continue to study multiplication tables at home.
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Mr. Skrobek Mar 18
All students that requested an additional multiplication chart received one today. Should students not have a copy, here is a link to a printable PDF.
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Mr. Skrobek Mar 18
Replying to @MrSkrobekOCSB
In language, we looked at literacy devices and quickly touched on alliteration, similes, metaphors, synonyms, antonyms, and hyperbole, just to name a few.
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Mr. Skrobek Mar 18
Good afternoon, I hope everyone had a wonderful and relaxing March Break. Today in math we continued working on multiplication problems. Please continue memorizing multiplication facts at home.
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