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An index of all pages published in April, 2004

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ALL STUDENTS: Certificate Tests Schedule for May and June, 2004
Find out when you write your tests.  April 27
New Quizzes (Helen's Classes): Nutrition Vocabulary Matching Quizzes
Two new matching quizzes for Helen's Science Level 4 classes. April 26
Advanced Composition (Brad): Revision of Student Writing: Workshop
Worksheet for this week's classes.  April 26
Weekly Feature (Tazim): Commas
Tazim points out an interesting link to information on using commas.   April 25
Social Studies 5 - 10 (Louise's Evening Class): April 26 Assignment
Link to Web resources and your current assignment. April 24
Communications 12 (Louise's Afternoon Class): April 28 Assignment
Weekly assignment for your class. April 24
Writing Tip (Brad): Advanced Composition: Imitating Great Writers
Students helped the teacher write two faithful copies of the style of two great writers, Carol Shields and Jack London. Includes comments on the craft shown in the writing.  April 22

New Quiz (Brad's Literature and Composition 4): "Say Hey" Student Sentences Quiz
New fill-in-the-blank quiz based on a Literature and Composition Level 4 class reading, "Say Hey." Any student may try the quiz. April 22
English 10 (April 21 Class; Brad): Sharing our Family Memories
Worksheet for students  NOTE: Next test on Language Exercises H  is based on Lessons 28 to 32 in your book (for April 28 class).  April 20
Advanced Composition (Brad): Examining the Great Writers
Worksheet for this week's classes.  April 19
Teacher Writing for Advanced Composition (Brad): The Novel, Unless, a Writer's Delight
What the novelist, Carol Shields, has to teach a writer. Includes an example of description from her novel and a discussion of its grammar and vocabulary.  April 19
New Quiz (Helen's Social Studies 4): Multiple Choice Industries Quiz
New fill-in-the-blank quiz based on an Social Studies Level 4 class reading. Any student may try the quiz. April 18
Communications 12 (Louise's Afternoon Class): April 21 Assignment
Weekly assignment for your class. April 18
Social Studies 5 - 10 (Louise's Evening Class): April 19 Assignment
Link to Web resources and your current assignment. April 18
Social Studies 5 - 10 (Louise's Evening Class): Great Sites about Canada
Very good index of sites about Canada for the Social Studies student. April 18
New Quiz (Brad's English 10): "More than a name could be forgotten" Vocabulary Quiz
New fill-in-the-blank quiz based on an English 10 class reading. Any student may try the quiz. April 17
Weekly Feature (Brad): Earth Day
Brad has updated Helen's feature on Earth Day, held this year on April 22.   April 17
Literature and Composition 4 (Brad): About Ourselves: Learning to Write an Autobiography
For Brad's Friday 9:15 to 11:15 class. April 14
Social Studies 10 (Cheryl): Week 2 and 3 Assignments
Homework for Cheryl's Social Studies 10 students. April 14
Communications 12 (Louise's Afternoon Class): April 14 Assignment
Weekly assignment for your class. April 14
New Quizzes (Helen's Classes): Ant Nurses Vocabulary Quizzes
Two new matching quizzes for Helen's Level 2A-3A classes. April 13
Advanced Composition (Brad): Stephen King's Advice to Writers: "Read a Lot; Write a Lot"
Worksheet for this week's classes. Includes a link to a teacher writing sample.  April 13
English 10 (Brad): "More than a name could be forgotten": Writing our Family Memories
Worksheet for the class reading.  April 13
Student Writing: "Car Accident" A Short Drama on Prejudice
Literature and Composition 4 students, Lawrence, Hwa Sun, Young Ran, and Gail, wrote this short drama to illustrate a common prejudice in Vancouver. April 6
Communications 12 (Louise's Afternoon Class): April 7 Assignment
Weekly assignment for your class. April 4
Advanced Composition (Brad): Noun Clause as Object of a Sentence
Worksheet for this week's classes. Includes a link to a teacher writing sample.  April 4
English 10 (Brad): English 10: Elements of a Story and Vocabulary Homework
Group work on story elements. Also, a list of vocabulary to learn for a quiz on April 14 taken from the reading, "More than a name could be forgotten."   April 4
Weekly Feature (Carey): Daylight Saving Time
An updated feature from one of our former teachers, Carey gives us a comprehensive look at the facts and history of Daylight Saving Time.  April 3
Teacher Writing ESSAY (Brad): "An Early Morning Walk in Vancouver"
Essay created by expanding a paragraph from last week's lesson on using smell in writing. The essay also contains examples of sounds and sights. April 1
Social Studies 10 (Cheryl): Unit 2: Canadian Law
Information on Term 2 study for Social Studies 10 students. March 3

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