This week, the grade 10 science students completed their first unit. Ms. Hermanovsky’s class gained a better understanding of chemistry through hands-on lab experiments. Mr. van Bemmel’s class enjoyed lectures about the history of science, including how scientists discovered the speed and determined the nature of light.
The grade 10 history students began presenting their projects on World War II. Students got into groups and were assigned with the task of teaching the class a specific topic about the war and creating a worksheet to test their classmates’ knowledge.
This week, the grade 10 history class participated in a mock political discussion set in 1935. Students came in role, prepared with a backstory and an issue or concern which they presented to a panel of students each acting as an important figure from the 1930s.
This week, the grade 10 math students began their functions and quadratics unit. They were introduced to domain and range and the different types of functions. Students also learned various notations for expressing intervals and were taught how to calculate absolute value inequalities.