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Posted: October 30, 2015

Law 120- Crime powerpoint completedReading tutor- Novel study. Next week teachers Nick and Kaylee- Monday memory book day.Social studies: Today we will finish all projects and interviews.While students are engaged in interviews the rest of the class will write a persuasive letter to a goverment official outlining ideas and comments on one of Canada's current hot topics:Immigration IssuesHuman rights issuesenvironmental issuesYou will need at least 2 articles to support your ideas or to show your research.1 page in length- 12 font.(This is assignment is found on page 67 of your text) Some mat choose to use your text as a resource in order to gain a beeter understanding of these issues. 
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Posted: October 27, 2015

Law 120: Students started looking at crime. What is crime and the criminal code will be discussed.Reading tutor teachers: Ethan Kelly and Alex Stockli- subject TENSESocial studies: Today students are called in groups to have 5 minute interviews where they can present their project and explain what they have learned. While Mr. Gopee is testing all students will work on an article. We are discussing immigration in Canada. Since This issue is one of the Liberal Party platforms we will write and refelect a respose to the following articles:http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/n-s-government-optimistic-about-trudeau-s-imm... Immigration and respod to the article. Include 5 comments, 5 questions and you may use other articles to support your thoughts.

Posted: October 13, 2015

Law 120: Students are working on police investigation. How is evidence important in a crime scene? Powerpoint for the next couple of days is attached. Also students will group in 3s to present one area of forensic science.Reading tutor teachers:Makella and SarahSocial studies: Finish climate and weather- project for Social studies on Canadian identity.

Posted: October 6, 2015

Law120: Students are working on forensic science. In order to introduce the concept students tested their eye for detail through a www.spotthedifference.com activity. Then teacher introduced the concept of forensic scientist and what they do. The students then log onto www.forensic.rice.edu to play the CSI education game. As a guest you may log in but your work will not be saved. The opening chapter- Case 1- introduces students to the concepts of forensic science. After learning these skills students can then tackle case 1- which will test their knowledge. The game was created by Rice University in conjunction with CSI tv to bring students a better understanding of the roles of CSI officers.Reading tutor: Teacher will look at lesson that challenges students to build words. These words will then be used to make sentences and a story. Social Studies grade 9: Climate and weather lesson

Posted: October 2, 2015

Law 120: Finished Human rights and assignment
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Posted: October 1, 2015

Law120: Students have been learning about the human rights act. See PowerPoint below. Next students will do a worksheet on how legislation works. Reading tutor: Reminder that Monday you will be working on your memory book. Teaching dates for students are listed below: Grade 9 Social studies: Students have been working on and finishing up their unit on Canadian geography. In the unit we have explored the Regions of Canada. We will now begin looking at the climate and weather of these regions. A reminder that students will have their provinces, territories and capitals quiz on Friday.  

Posted: September 17, 2015

Law 120: Students have just completed the Historical roots of Law. We then discussed the Origins of the Charter of rights and freedoms. The students begin their charter of rights and freedoms paper today. Please see the attchament for the information regarding the paper.Paper is due on Tuesday September 22nd, 2015

Posted: September 16, 2015

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Posted: September 15, 2015

Law120: Historical roots of law: Students will discuss the origins of law.Reading tutor: Introductions of your partners and Venn diagrams.Social Studies 9 - Today we begin our concepts of music and canadian identity. students will log into computers and in pairs choose a song that speaks to Canadian Identity. Answer the following questions in order to prepare a small 3 minute presentation:Name of you song and artist (is that person Canadian?)What lines of the songs speak to Canadian Identity?Explain how the author's backgound is seen in the song (Experiences and upbringing)What type of Genre is the song? 

Posted: September 8, 2015

Mr. David Gopee BA, BED, MED davidg@nbed.nb.ca 506-778-6078 (James M. Hill)   Welcome to Mr. Gopee’s classroom. It is my goal this year that all my students become involved in an engaging learning experience. You will notice that we will be innovative in the class. In the room there are several creative tools. Recording equipment, 3D printing, Art supplies and other learning materials. I am also happy to inform you that we have also put in a wifi hotspot into the classroom in order to use readily available equipment for learning, such as cell phones and laptop computers. In order for us to accomplish our goal this year there are several things you should know about the procedures of this classroom.   Mr. Gopee’s 5 “Ps” of success   ·     Be PREPARED- Be ready for class- Bring all materials and be on time. Students will not be permitted to leave class during the first 15 minutes of class. ·     Be POLITE to each other- Respect is key to a healthy classroom environment and every student and teacher will respect the opinions of others. ·     PARTCIPATE in class- students will be expected to guide the learning through discussion. They will participate in presentations, group work, projects and other learning activities. ·     Be PROMPT- Pass in materials on due dates- Teacher will give enough time for each student to finish their work. If a student is unable to hand in assignments on the due date, they must talk with their teacher to receive an extension. (Extensions will not be given if student has not used the allotted time in a productive way.) Late work will be deducted 10% per day for 5 days. ·     Be PRODUCTIVE- Stay on task to maximize learning time. Cell phones and other distractions will not be tolerated in the classroom. The teacher may use these personal devices for learning activities because they are tools that help students. However when they are not engaged in a learning activity, cell phones should be put away. Staying on task is a valuable key to success.    

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