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English 10: Class Notes from January 31
Class definitions of poetry from student groups in today's class. A teacher definition is given as well.  January 31
English 10: Worksheet for January 31 Class
Poetry: Creating a Definition will examine our own and other's views on poetry with the aim of creating a group definition for poetry. January 30
Weekly Writing Tip: Verbs Followed by Gerunds or Infinitives
Some verbs take either a gerund or an infinitive. Do you know which ones? January 28
Featured Web Site: Approaches to Help Your Child Take Tests
A link that helps both the children of our adult learners and the adults with good advice for writing tests successfully. Did you know that you shouldn't cram? January 28
Weekly Feature: Groundhog Day
This week, Tazim outlines this North American tradition.  January 28
Advanced Composition:
Worksheet for February 1 Class
A lesson on describing a person in a vivid, believable, and active fashion. January 28
Teacher Writing Sample: Vivid Examples
Written for the January 25 Advanced Composition class, a 50 word example that is vivid. A student example is included as well.  January 28
GED 4A-B: New Quiz on "The Women of Brewster Place"
Vocabulary fill-in-the-gap quiz for Louise's class. Any student can try it. January 28
English 10: Class Notes from January 24
Read the three important rules for paragraphs from each of the English 10 classes. January 25
Advanced Composition: Worksheet for January 25 Class
A lesson on writing good examples: vivid, memorable, and believable ones. January 23
English 10: Worksheet for January 24 Class
This week, we work on evaluating our own and other's writing. January 23
New Quizzes: Level 3 Reading and Grammar
Three new quizzes for Level 3. January 23
English 10: Teacher Writing Sample (What We Do Well)
A bit longer than required (220 words), this paragraph is an example for the assignment due this Wednesday. Don't forget to write your two important writing rules as well! January 22
Weekly Feature:
Why Can't We Divide by Zero?
This week, Carey tells us the reasons for this in a humorous way. Links to more information on the Internet, too.  January 21
Student Writing: Tips for Writing Good Paragraphs
This week, Advanced Composition students offer their opinions on important tips for writing good paragraphs. January 21
Weekly Writing Tip: Uses of Would
Learn how to use "would" in four different ways and view a sample of teacher writing that illustrates these uses. January 21
New Quiz: Alberta History (Level 3 Social Studies)
Try this quiz, based on the second two pages of your reading on Alberta. January 21
Teacher Writing Sample: Writing a Good Paragraph
Written for the January 18 Advanced Composition class, this paragraph outlines Brad's opinion on how to write a good paragraph. January 21
Communications 12: Assignment for January 23
Louise's class assignment on "Writing a Role." January 20
English 10: Class Notes from January 17
A brief note and reminder for English 10 students concerning their assignment for January 24 class. January 20
Counselling Services: An Overview
Elaine, our career and vocational counsellor, begins a new feature this month with an overview of how counselling services can help you to succeed. Look forward to monthly updates to her Counselling Services page. January 17
New Quizzes: Vocabulary and Matching for Level 3 Grammar and Alberta Geography for Social Studies-Level 3
Vocabulary quizzes for returning Level 3. Geography for Level 3. January 17
Advanced Composition: January 18 Worksheet
Come to learn more about good paragraphs. Class held at 6:30 Thursday in Room 280. Please note that only level 4+ evening students may attend. January 16
English 10: Teacher Writing for Assignment on "Something I Do Well"
A short paragraph written for the assignment as a sample for students in English 10. January 16
English 10: January 17 Worksheet
This week: class discussion, and a writing assignment. January 15
Weekly Writing Tip: Extended Definition for Paragraph Development
Learn how to do extended definition and expand your paragraph repertoire! January 14
Weekly Feature: Welcome to a New Term
This week, Patricia welcomes all our new and returning students and provides information on our important Web site pages.  January 14
Featured Web Site: BioChemLinks
Biology and Chemistry resources on the Internet.  January 13
Information on Spring Classes: Teachers' Pages
Pat's Class Page;  Louise's Class Page; Patricia's Class Page;  
Tazim's Class Page; Brad's Class Page; Cheryl's Class Page; Helen's Class Page 
Details on classes and subjects of study this term. January 11, 2001

English 10: Class Outline for Spring 2001
Find out class times, topics for study, required text, and more. January 9
Monthly Events: Calendar of Important Dates to June, 2001
Find out when the centre is closed, plan for your examinations, and make a note of special events. January 8
The English Maze: Find Your Path to Graduation
Use the maze, a chart of all PALC English courses and certificate tests, to plan your studies effectively. January 8
The Math Maze: Solving the Numbers for Graduation
Use the maze, a chart of all PALC Mathematics courses and certificate tests, to plan your studies effectively. January 8
Weekly Writing Tip:
Using the Past Unreal
A useful verb tense for discussing the "might haves" and "would haves" of life! January 7

Weekly Feature:
Happy New Year's!
This week, Carey looks at New Year's traditions and provides links to a number of interesting Web sites.  January 7
Featured Web Site:
How to Study Physics
Practical advice and tips for the Physics student.  January 6

Weekly Writing Tip:
How to Make a Writing Resolution
Details on how you can make a writing resolution guaranteed to improve your writing. January 2

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