Social Studies

Cartoon: Legend of Osiris


Personal History Timeline




A Day in the Life of a Cro-Magnon

A Day in the Life of a Cro-Magnon

Map of Egypt


Mummification Phamplet


Egypt Photostory

Test 1


Test 2


Canopic Jar


Presentation about Ancient Rome Technology and Inventions

Ancient Rome Technology and Inventions Presentation


Parent Quiz

Question 1: Probability
Question 2: Measures of Central Tendency
Question 3: Algebra Problem Solving
Question 4: Pythagoras

Parent Information:


Theoretical probability is the chance of an event happening as determined by calculating the mathematical result and experimental probability is the chance of an event happening based on repeated testing or observation.

Probability Test


Measures of Central Tendancy



Multiplicative inverse is when you switch the numbers around when you are multiplying integers.

Great Big Book of Algebra




Language Arts

Famous Birthday Reports

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Reflection on Famous Birthday Reports:
I think that when we started doing famous birthday reports, I was sort of average and I didn't know what to do, what to write, what to expect back as a mark, and all those sorts of things. But on my last report, I recieved a pretty high mark, which means I think I'm finally starting to get the hang of doing famous birthday reports. I actually didn't improve from my first report to my second. My mark ended up staying the same, but after that, I learned my lesson and tryed to fix all of my mistakes, and I ended up improving by two marks. One area that needs improvement would probably be my grammar, spelling, and punctuation. I try hard not to make those mistakes again, but it is pretty hard not to because sometimes the mistakes I make, are the ones that I always make. One area that I do well in is my organizational structures, techniques, and transitions. I recently got an 8/8 in that area on my last report. Even though I think I try my best, it's probably not my best, because when I get my mark back, it isn't perfect, and it makes me think, "Oh, I knew that! Why didn't I do that? I need to try way harder." I'm going to always try to keep myself motivated and hopefully, one of my next famous birthday reports will get 40/40.

Outsider's Newsletter


Hockey Player Report and 3D Visual

Brief Explanation of Hockey Sweater:
We read a book called "The Hockey Sweater" by a French-Canadian named Roch Carrier. We did a report on other Canadian hockey players and made a 3D visual art piece to go along with it and our classmates marked it out of 25 and voiced their opinions. To end it off, we did a reading comprehension based on the book "The Hockey Sweater" to practice it for our exams.
Here were the comments and marks that my classmates and my teacher left behind:
3D Visual of a Canadian Hockey Player
Project belonging to: Sutchai Sana
Brief description of project: Hockey Rink with INFO about Tim Horton
Group evaluation by: Carrie, Ronnil, Jayzie, and Brenden
Attractiveness 5/5
Creativity 5/5
Neatness 4/5
Content/Information 5/5
Effort 5/5
Teacher's Comment: Super work Sutchai! You provided lots of great info.
Classmates Comments:
Carrie: Great job! Looks like you put a lot of effort into it!
Ronnil: Very well done.
Jayzie: Great job.
Brenden: Pro.


Parent Quiz

1. There are two different kinds of cells, what are they?

2. What is the order of how cells are organized?

3. What is the biggest artery in your heart?
a) Aorta
b) Ventricle
c) Pulmonary
d) Atrium

4. The heart _ blood.
a) Sucks
b) Drains
c) Makes
d) Pumps

5. What does ROYGBIV stand for?

6. Which is more expensive, incandescent or fluorescent light bulbs?

7. What is the plural for atrium?

8. What divides the left side of the heart, from the right side?

9. What do plant cells have that animal cells don't?
a) Nucleus and vacuoles
b) Chloroplasts and cell wall

10. Which part of the cell stores food and waste materials?
a) Mitochondria
b) Cytoplasm
c) Vacuoles
d) Cell wall


In french class, we've been learning about how to put things into past tense. We've had a lot of tests, and by the end of the term, my final mark was 97


In music, we learned a lot about the 70's and rock music. We learned a new song for guitars called "Yesterday" by The Beatles, and we are currently learning a new song. We also had one term test and I recieved a 98%.


In phys.ed. we concentrated on different sports such as baseball, volleyball, basketball, badminton, and we are currently going over on how to do high jump.



Practical Arts



Student Reflection

  1. Two things that I have done well this year are: Studying hard for tests, for example, on my Mesopotamia unit test, I got 40/40. Working hard and putting lots of time and effort into things, for example, my "Hockey Sweater" report and 3D visual.
  2. Two areas that I need to improve are: Editing my work much better, for example, some of my famous birthday reports have many spelling or grammar mistakes. Explaining myself much better, for example, my pythagoras videos.
  3. My goals for the rest of the year are: Edit more carefully on all of my work. Trying to explain myself more using a variety of words that people can actually understand.
  4. My goals for becoming a better learner: Keeping myself more organized, for example, using my agenda everyday. Trying not to procrastinate, for example, cram studying for the early humans test.

Adult Response

Dear Sutchai,
I am looking at your work, I would like to compliment you on: getting 100% on your Mesopotamia test, and for taking lots of time on your Hockey Player Report and Project. I also thought you did a great job showing me your electronic portfolio.

I can help you reach your goals by: asking you do your homework earlier and study earlier when there's a test. I will also try my best to get you to sleep earlier.

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