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August 22, 2019

Bonjour et bienvenue à la classe de mathématiques 2019/2020.  Je serai prof de mathématiques 9e et 10e dans la salle 208.  Préparez vous pour un semestre amusant, plein de défis.  Vous allez augmenter vos connaissances de maths, mais aussi la communication (en français), la collaboration, et aussi la réflexion.

Si vous avez besoin d’aide, demandez aussi tôt que possible, et nous allons déterminer votre meilleur stratégie.

L’école commence le 3 sept, mais je vais voir les 9e le 28/29 août pour dire bonjour.


How to keep your skills up over the summer

June 21, 2019

So, this semester’s over, and you’re ready for a break, but MAYBE you are worried that you’ll lose your math skills over the summer.  Here are some resources for you to check out to keep your skills sharp.

Knowledgehook:  This is a free online learning environment with questions to solve.  Enter the class code in the upper right of the browser.  You’ll have access to a lot of practice material.

Grade 9 Math class code jazz2992

Grade 10 Math class code grow7986

KhanAcademy:  Free video lessons and practice questions that are useful for filling gaps in past learning, review of course work, and also reaching ahead to learn new skills.  You can create an account to keep track of your progress and earn badges and things.

If you want, you can sign up to be in a class (so I can see your progress) Here’s the code: EPM62QZJ

EQAO: If you want to go over some past EQAO tests, there are lots available online (answers are all posted too so you can check your work)

Multiplication Tables: We do Five Minute Frenzy Multiplication drills at the start of term.  Here are some sheets to keep your mind sharp!  Answers are provided.

MathsLibres: Here are some great french math algebra worksheets.  Answers provided.

Purplemath: Some good math lessons with videos and test questions to try.

Mathies: online manipulatives to use, and gap closing activities to practice key skills.

We all Scream for Ice Cream

June 17, 2019

What do we notice?  What do we wonder?img_5234img_5233

Where’s the math in these two images?

Interview prep

June 14, 2019

At the end of grade 9 math each student has a 1 on 1 interview where they get to present their learning, and show what they know. We’ve been working all term on reflecting, and becoming more aware of how we learn what we learn. Interviews take place for our class on June 21.

Today we looked at what makes a good interview. We watched a video of several teachers demonstrating some good interviews and some not-so-good ones too.we made a list of all the things we need to demonstrate in a good interview.

And then we practiced our interview skills with our peers.

Many thanks to Ms. Anderson and her class for letting us join in and work together with them today.

Eqao’s done!

June 13, 2019

We celebrated the end of our EQAO test with a star cake! Congratulations grade 9s, you worked really hard, and so many of you demonstrated your growth, perseverance, and attention to detail over the past days of testing.

An interesting investigation

June 13, 2019

This is a photo of my university professor and some math teachers in Saudi Arabia.

Réflexion de EQAO

June 11, 2019