Joyeuses Fêtes des Pères! Désolé, I was quite busy yesterday and forgot to post.
Today was a very busy and fun day! The guiding theme of our day was National Indigenous People’s Day. We started the morning by watching a greeting message, and a drumming and song from the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil’Waututh nations.
Then, we headed outside where Spencer taught us a traditional Haida Hoop and Stick game, and Isaac taught us a Roman Gladiator Game.
We are also developing our ability to create an infographic and are incorporating our knowledge of Indigenous Peoples’ Culture and History at the same time 🙂
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anyone with outstanding curricular and core competency self-reflection are in at lunch tomorrow.
Our interview with Cst McLaren went very well today! She brought along two of her co-workers, as well as her supervisor, so the kids were able to hear lots of different perspectives and stories in response to their questions. I loved the questions they asked, and we all learned a lot about what it is like to be a police officer.
Homework for next week: be ready to present unless you and I had a conversation today.
Wow what an absolutely glorious day out! We soaked up the sun at recess and while we waited for our class photo (can’t wait to see how it turned out since we were on the playground this year!) Homework for Kloosterhof: mental health brochures due next Thursday, questions for Cst. MacLaren due via Teams next Wednesday. See you next week!
Today we practiced mock interviews as a continuation of our work in Career Ed. The kids did great coming up with answers on the fly in our “speed dating” style of interviews.
Up next for this then, is interviewing adults in our community about the jobs that they have or have had! If you would like to be interviewed (virtually) by our class in April, please contact me so we can set things up.
Next week, weather permitting, we will be making chairs out of masking tape and newspaper in an ADST competition. This will take place outside, but if the weather is too yucky we will postpone till after Spring Break. In preparation for this, please send along newspaper with your child to school. I will provide the tape. If you have any questions, please contact me.
This morning we learned the story of Lester Brown, a Canadian veteran from the Second World War, and it led to some good conversations about Canada’s history and some of the racism people have suffered here.
We had a great conversation this morning about mental health and how to take care of yourself, in light of Bell Let’s Talk Day today.
They also worked very hard on their la francophonie country research projects. These will be due February 11, where they will present in small groups–something a little different than what we’ve done before. We will continue next week with our work on Careers.