This week, the grade 10 math class investigated reciprocal transformations on basic functions. Using reciprocal properties, students were able to visualize and understand the multiplicative inverse of simple equations. To demonstrate their knowledge, students collaborated in pairs to graph these functions and determine their respective domain, range and transformations.
This week, the grade 10 history class analyzed the relationship between Canada and the United States. By researching from a variety of sources, students compiled a timeline of significant events throughout the history of the two nations. This timeline aims to provide assistance in the presentations, seminars, and debates happening later on in the unit.
This week, the grade 10 English class wrapped up their unit on Romeo and Juliet. To consolidate their understanding on the Shakespearean play and practice for their summative project, the students participated in fishbowl seminars. Each student portrayed a different character in the story, discussing their influences and contributions from beginning to end.
This week, the grade 10 English class completed their “green man” project: an assignment based off of medieval mythology and the natural world. Students produced artistic self-portraits that portrayed their personal interests and connections with the environment through symbolism. Subsequently, the pieces were showcased to the class through a small presentation.