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This blogsite will have all of the changing material -- lesson plans and links to assignments. I will try to ensure that all assignments are posted here.If you see something underlined, it means that you can click on the item to have it appear. I will do this for all pdf documents, PowerPoints, videos, and even some music.
All assignments are now overdue. However, I will keep marking work submitted up to the day of your final exam. E-mail your work to me or hand it to me personally. Late deductions will apply -- unless your mark is under 50% at this time -- if it is, your work will be marked at face value.
Social Studies 8
Your final exam is this Monday - June 20, from 9:00 to 10:30 am. Be sure to bring your textbooks to return prior to the test. Arrive early and bring your text book(s) or I shall have to present you with a bill during the test. We must get books back to teach next semester's classes.
Social Studies 11
Your final exam is on Tuesday, June 21, from 9:00 am to 11:00 a.m. .Arrive early and bring your text book(s) or I shall have to present you with a bill during the test. We must get books back to teach next semester's classes.
It is essential that you are currently preparing to write the Provincial Final Exam. This is not a test that you can cram for with one or two days to go. You must become familiar with what to expect on the final exam and comfortable with the format of the test. Go to the ministry sites ( Frequently asked questions page, table of specifications, key verb list, & scoring criteria) to see how the exam is put together and look at past exams -- in fact you should write the sample test and look at the posted key to see how you do. To see how to approach the essay questions, look at this documentprovided to train markers of the exam. Link from my web page on writing the SS11 final, and also see my PowerPoint on how to approach the test.
I am holding an exam prep class on Monday, June 20 from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Attend if you can. Mr. Hurley is holding a session after 3:00 p.m. on the same day. He welcomes anyone to attend.
Your final exam is on Thursday, June 23, from 9 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Arrive early and bring your text book(s) or I shall have to present you with a bill during the test. We must get books back to teach next semester's classes.
We held the optional exam preparation class last Friday. For those unable to attend, I gave this PowerPoint presentation and we then looked at the June 2003 exam as an example of what to expect.