WHAT IS HAPPENING IN G6 ESL?
|Mon 12||Tues 13||Wed 14||Thurs 15||Fri 16|
|HOLIDAY||HOLIDAY/ TEACHER PD DAY||Book Club # 1|
|Gini Rojas||Gini Rojas|
We have a specialist ESL presenter, Gini Rojas, in school this week, so students may see a few visitors passing through their classes.
Remember to return your CWW forms, and sign up for the great G6 CWW Talent Show!
This week in EAP G class students will
- Review parts and functions of cells, and compare and contrast them.
- Participate in a fast writing challenge, and practice writing summaries.
- Practice the reading strategies of connecting, visualizing, questioning and inferring through a book study of “The Iron Man.”
- Reading (BC reading and jobs are fine)
- Practice vocab for SS government topic
- Students are expected to now do EAP B or EAP G noredink tasks, unless they have been given permission to do the one set in English class. If you are not sure, see Ms. O’R.
- Try this site to help you review: http://www.funbrain.com/grammar/
Book Club (BC) will start this week. Students are expected to have read Chunk 1 by Thursday, summarized the chunk and prepared for their first BC role.Students will then learn to use the EmPower method to write expository paragraphs.
- Reading (Read chunk 1, summarize chunk 1, BC role)
Students will continue to learn the terms and concepts that are used to describe social structures and government systems. They will participate in a range of tasks to help develop a solid understanding of the terms below:
- Constitutional Monarchy
- Transitional Government
It will be useful for students to discuss the meanings of these words with their parents to help understand the terms in their first language (if you have not done so already). All students are asked to talk about what kind of government and social structure is in place in their home country. Feel free to talk about other countries as well, perhaps other countries your family has lived in, or visited, or countries that are in the news at the moment. Be prepared to come and share this information with classmates.
Cell activities will continue. Students should have finished their analogy and will review for a quiz on cells next week
Check this video out for a cool analogy.
Check these videos out to help you review.