I hope you all are doing well as you work from home. Please find below the plans for your class this week. It is much easier to click on this link to bookmark the Google Docs page you see embedded below and just check back at the start of each week for updates. The page is hyperlinked with links to all the resources you need to work through the plans. (NOTE: for the links to work on the embedded Doc below, right click and select "open in new tab" or "open in new window".)
Students who do not have internet/computer access can request paper copies to be picked up at SGCHS. Please contact me if you would require this option. Printing all materials is not needed, our usual assignments can be just solved on paper at home and held on to for a record of learning.
Having a textbook will really help with this material, but I've also included links to online versions of the textbooks on each site page, and all textbook questions and readings are hyperlinked, so you can made do if you don't have one.
At this point in time, it is not clear what assessment or grades will look like moving forwards. Thank you for your patience while the Parkland School Division and Alberta Education works on this issue. For the time being, I will post practice quizzes to complete online (not for marks).
Alberta Education has mandated that High School students receive 3 hours of work per week per class. I've done my best to give you that amount of work to progress through each week. I've very open to feedback as to whether this is too much or too little.
Keeping in contact over this time is critical. The easiest way to each me is via email (email@example.com). We also may explore Google Hangouts for group sessions.
Aside from this site, content is also on my Youtube page, so be sure to watch some videos and subscribe!
Thanks for patience and understanding as we work through school closures together. If you have questions about class or the website, comments, etc, please feel free to e-mail at BLangdale@psd70.ab.ca. Teachers: If you're looking for info from any of my conference presentations from the past few years, click here.