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    Annemarie Barwich

    Read 20 minutes / day (minimum)
    For the month of December: Choose a book to read and prepare to share your reading choice with our class on January 8th, during our next Literature class. Show us your book, tell us the title and who the protagonist is.

    Also – in preparation for next Literature Discussion Class: have read the following version of fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault.


    It may be helpful to print the fairy tale and have your student mark it (annotate) the elements they notice when asking the contemplation questions:
    I notice…
    I wonder…
    It makes me think of…

    When finished, continue reading books of choice, suggestions include:
    Chronicles of Narnia books
    Living Book selection from list in Schole Curriculum Guide 2020-2021
    Classical Reader
    Classical Reader



    For our Zoom class on Tuesday, please bring a colourful silk scarf, your homemade instrument, and a plastic cup. In preparation for our Zoom meeting, please re-watch The Story of the Nutcracker

    Here are the Zoom links for Tuesday’s lesson:

    Group A
    Time: Dec 8, 2020 09:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
    Join Zoom Meeting
    Meeting ID: 945 7734 5032
    Passcode: 862835

    Group B
    Time: Dec 8, 2020 10:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
    Join Zoom Meeting
    Meeting ID: 970 3202 6412
    Passcode: 640917

    Group C
    Time: Dec 8, 2020 10:30 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
    Join Zoom Meeting
    Meeting ID: 912 2670 8899
    Passcode: 640917

    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at aperlau@mtroyal.ca

    Karyn Booth

    Class Name Well Ordered Language 2

    This week’s focus: Chapter 6 Predicate Adjectives

    In preparation for Schole support class:

    Review BE verbs
    Read over page 105-110 highlighting the following ideas:
    Predicate COMPLETES the subject
    What a linking verb does (middle paragraph p 106 “the function…”)
    And review that adverbs are involved (p 106 :remember that adverbs”)
    Review the diagramming pages 108 and 110

    Add any needed new ideas to your cheat sheets.

    Before class do pages 112-115

    To be completed this week:

    Finish p 116-119 and extra practice is recommended

    ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
    P 107 Pause for punctuation
    Practise writing the ages of the members of your family

    Learn the poem The Rainy Day on p 120

    Predicate Adjective Quiz grade % put on the monthly submission page.

    Please contact karynbooth.tutor@gmail.com with any questions and submissions.

    Catherine Hardy

    Class Name: Art


    To be completed in the next two weeks:

    (1) Watch the Lesson 6 video on shading technique: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=5L4Wxy_hLUM

    (2) Print and complete the following pages (not for submission):

    Sample Warm Up:


    Student Warm Up:


    (3) Choose one of the two project options described in this link:


    (4) Kindly submit a photo or scan of the Lesson 6 Project upon completion (gchardy@telus.net)

    Please contact Ms. Catherine at gchardy@telus.net with any questions.

    Monica Hielema

    This week’s focus: There is NO homework OR support class this week in History. It’s a week of catching up OR enjoying more time for history reading aloud!
    To be completed this week:
    • History read aloud (A list can be found in Appendix A of the Curriculum Guide.)
    • Catch up OR Review: MOH reading through Lesson 26
    ENRICHMENT CHOICES – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
    • Review Timeline Cards
    • Companion Guide
    Please contact mhielema@redeemer.ab.ca with any questions and submissions

    Jasmine Chivers

    Class Name Well Ordered Language 3 A/B
    This week’s focus: WOL 3A Chapter 6 – Indirect Objects
    In preparation for Schole support class:
    This lesson is about Indirect Objects.

    Things to know about Indirect Objects:
    • The indirect object answers the question “to what” or “to whom,” “for what” and “for whom.”
    • For example, “she makes me a sandwich.” For whom? for me.
    • IO are objective elements receiving what the direct object names. They are nouns or could be pronouns.

    Zoom class is Dec 7 from 11:30-12
    To be completed this week: Complete the above reading and Lesson to Learn A on pages 132-133, B 134-135, C 136-137.
    ENRICHMENT: Extra resources for children and families who desire more
    Sentences to practice found on pages 138-139.
    Chapter 6 quiz is due at the end of December.
    Please contact jaschivers@gmail.com with any questions and submissions.

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