Revolutions on Trial

Revolutions on Trial

We just finished a new project titled “Revolutions On Trail”. This was our last project of this year/term and we presented our work in an exhibition with all the other grades. Every grade had a different set of presentations built around what they’ve learned. The driving question for this project was “How might we as […]

Correlation vs Causation in surveys

Correlation vs Causation in surveys

Hello all, thanks for stopping by to read this new post about our latest math project. We recently finished a math/science project titled Correlation vs Causation. This project (as you may have guessed) is about correlation and Causation, specifically in graphs and surveys. In this project, we focused on learning about surveys, how they work […]

People VS The Environment

People VS The Environment

What is this project? Hello readers! We’ve just finished another project. This one is about people and our relationship with the environment. This project was really fun for a couple of reasons: our final product is writing a letter, which is really cool and secondly, it was broken down using a program called Commonlit, which […]

Fun Math?

Fun Math?

What is this project Hello readers! Last week we finished the product of our latest math project. We presented our math Games to the rest of the class. This project was about exponents in math, a concept that was relatively new to this year. I found was very similar to a project we did last […]

I’m an author now….

I’m an author now….

What is this project. It’s the end of the year! Well, it’s the end of the school year. So for me, it’s a pretty big deal. The most recent project we’ve done in class is about cells, diseases and cellular processes. Our job is to show how theses cells work and how they are parts […]

How do shapes work?

What This Project is I just presented for our latest project called the ultimate design challenge, it was about designing a 3D shape for maximum surface area or volume. Basically we made 3D models of shapes, measured their surface area and volume and compared our measurements. The driving question for this project was “how can […]

The more things change…

The more things change...

This project was about exploring Canadian history. This is important because I live in Canada so the history effects me. Through the length of the the project I learned about the fur trade early exploration and colonization. We learned about Continuity and change from the age of New France. We worked with partners for this […]

National Competition

In PLP (the school program I’m in) we compete in a world-wide competition called “destination imagination” or D.I. This competition is designed to test a teams teamwork and creativity, there are two types of challenges for DI, team category challenge and the team instant challenge. The categories for the category challenges are, Technical (the one […]

Last Day!

Last Day!

Today is the final day of our blogging challenge. It is day eleven, called “Let’s reflect” this blogging challenge is for reflecting on all the work we’ve done over the last semester and through the blogging challenge. My whole class has been doing this blogging challenge so if you want you can check out some […]

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