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    #8358
    Catherine Hardy

    Class Name: Art

    LESSON 5 FOCUS: VALUE

    (1) Watch the Lesson 5 Video on value: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=ubbCA6ZceFM

    (2) Print and complete the following warm-up exercise (not for submission):

    http://www.calgaryclassicalschole.ca/wp-content/uploads/gravity_forms/1-3e0c424b174623071e187e08ff5fe3d4/2020/11/Lesson-5-Warm-Up-Exercise-1.pdf

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

    http://www.calgaryclassicalschole.ca/wp-content/uploads/gravity_forms/1-3e0c424b174623071e187e08ff5fe3d4/2020/11/Classical-Drawing-Lesson-5-Project.pdf

    (4) Kindly submit a photo or scan of the Lesson 5 Project upon completion (gchardy@telus.net)

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

    #8369
    admin

    MUSIC: Grade 5-6

    Listen to Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No 4 Finale “Allegro con fuoco

    What do you think “allegro con fuoco” means?

    Listen for the recurring Russian folk melody.

    Which instruments do you hear?

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

    #8377
    Annemarie Barwich

    Literature Grade 5 and 6
    Read Voyage of the Dawn Treader
    Read 20 minutes / day (minimum) or schedule 16 chapters over the month of November – the book should be finished by December 4th, in time for our next class.

    When finished, continue reading books of choice – 20 minutes / day.
    See recommended lists such Curriculum Guide or Classical Reader
    Classical Reader

    In preparation for December Literature class:
    Literature Assignment for this month:
    Please complete Literature Contemplation for Chapters 1-8
    Please complete Literature Contemplation when book is finished
    *pages available in Parent Resource / Reading
    Please include your name on your writing.
    Submit by email once complete, before Dec. Class

    The google document will be available to read:
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/12YUrfE8OjMrAPv5KUiV9wrGozJwYbUK8z–oRC-5V4k/edit?usp=sharing

    THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENT FOR SUBMISSION:
    Literature Contemplation pages for Voyage of the Dawn Treader
    DUE: By December 4th – email abarwich@redeemer.ab.ca

    ENRICHMENT:
    Ballad of the Tempest Poem – memorize remaining stanzas this month – our goal is to memorize the poem before Christmas
    *poem available in Parent Resource / Reading

    #8382
    Monica Hielema

    Class Name: History for Grammar Students
    This week’s focus: George Muller
    In preparation for Schole support class:
    • Begin reading MOH text ~ Lessons 22, 23, 24
    • Optional to work on during Thursday’s Class: Bring coloring page for the MOH week: http://www.calgaryclassicalschole.ca/wp-content/uploads/gravity_forms/1-3e0c424b174623071e187e08ff5fe3d4/2020/11/History-Coloring-Page-MOH-Week-8.pdf
    • OR George Muller coloring page: http://www.calgaryclassicalschole.ca/wp-content/uploads/gravity_forms/1-3e0c424b174623071e187e08ff5fe3d4/2020/11/George-Muller-Coloring-Page.pdf
    • And/or timeline page: http://www.calgaryclassicalschole.ca/wp-content/uploads/gravity_forms/1-3e0c424b174623071e187e08ff5fe3d4/2020/11/George-Muller-Timeline-Card.pdf

    To be completed this week:
    • Complete Reading/Listening to Lessons 22, 23, 24
    • History read aloud (A list can be found in Appendix A of the Curriculum Guide.)
    ENRICHMENT CHOICES – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
    • Review Timeline Cards
    • Companion Guide
    • Robber of the Cruel Streets: The Prayerful Life of George Muller
    https://watch.redeemtv.com/robber-of-the-cruel-streets-the-prayerful-life-of-george-muller/videos/robber-of-the-cruel-streets-the-story-of-george-muller
    Please contact mhielema@redeemer.ab.ca with any questions and submissions

    #8394
    Karyn Booth

    Well Ordered Language 2 A

    This week’s focus: Chapter 5 Predicate Nominatives

    In preparation for Schole support class:

    **Parents! Please note this is sometimes a tricky concept. I will reteach it in class on Wednesday also.
    Identifying parts of speech is a skill, and maybe you feel you didn’t learn this as well as you wish, that’s ok! You are here now working together with your student. Lots of practise and review and it will come along.

    Read p 83-87

    Focus on the idea of

    SUBJECT LINKING VERB PREDICATE NOMINATIVE acting like SUBJECT = PREDICATE NOMINATIVE

    REVIEW THE LINKING VERBS SONG!!!
    Review linking, transitivie, and instransitive verbs (hint—put this on your cheat sheet, with examples)

    Complete section A and B Pages 92-95

    PLEASE BRING a small whiteboard or scrap paper to write on for our zoom.

    To be completed this week:

    Continue to review songs
    Complete pages 96-99 by the end of the week.
    MAKE A “CHEAT SHEET” or helps sheet with definitions, hints, and the “script”

    ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more

    Make me a riddle using a predicate nominative. Send it to me and let me know if I can share it with the class.

    THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENT FOR SUBMISSION:

    Quiz on Predicate Nominatives by December 4, earlier is fine (rest week is November 23-27).
    Emailing the grade is sufficient unless you would like me to look at the quiz.

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

    #8398
    Jasmine Chivers

    Class Name Well Ordered Language 3 A/B
    This week’s focus: WOL 3A Chapter 5 – Sensory Linking Verbs (SLV)
    In preparation for Schole support class:
    This lesson is about Sensory Linking Verbs (SLV). There are different kinds of linking verbs, but they have the same purpose of joining subjects to subject complements. You know how the Be Verbs function as linking verbs. Today you will learn different linking verbs:
    Sensory Linking Verbs:
    • Appear, become, feel, look, seem, smell, stay, sound, taste, grow, and remain
    • Sensory Linking Verbs are mostly related to the five senses
    • They function to join the subject and subject complement (Predicate nominative or adjective)
    • One important point to remember is that linking verbs (am, is, are, was, etc) make absolute statements like A=B, while SLVs show a perceived connection such as A appears B

    When you analyze and diagram sentences that include SLVs, treat them exactly as you would Be Verbs used to connect subjects to predicate nominatives or predicate adjectives. This means they appear on the top line of your diagraming.
    Zoom class is Nov 18 from 11:30-12
    To be completed this week: Complete the above reading and Lesson to Learn A on pages 114-115, B 116-117, C 118-119.
    ENRICHMENT: Extra resources for children and families who desire more
    Sentences to practice found on pages 120-121.
    THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENT FOR SUBMISSION:
    Chapter 3 or 4 or 5 quiz is due at the end of November – you choose.
    Please contact jaschivers@gmail.com with any questions and submissions.

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