Thursday, April 12th

Curated Resources for Classes in the Library Today

Welcome to the Library!

Period Two – HIF1O1

Ms. McWilliam’s Grade 9 Family Studies class is coming down to work on their healthy snacks assignment.

Click here for Canada’s Food Guide (2011)

Ms. McWilliams has provided some great links that offer healthy snacks. They can be found below.
https://www.seriouseats.com/search?term=HEALTHY+SNACKS
https://www.dinneratthezoo.com/healthy-snack-recipes/
https://www.bhg.com/recipes/healthy/snacks/
https://www.taste.com.au/recipes/collections/healthy-snack-recipe
https://www.foodnetwork.com/topics/healthy-snack-recipes
http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/17990/mealtimes/snacks/
https://www.allrecipes.com/recipes/12155/healthy-recipes/snacks/?page=2

Period Three- CGC1D

Ms. Sandoval-Castro’s Grade 9 Geography class is coming in to work on their landform regions research.

  1. The Canadian Government’s Natural Resources Department has an excellent Canadian Atlas, providing information on Canadian geography by region. It would be an excellent source.
  2. Canadian Geographic has an excellent Online Atlas that also has information about Canada’s landforms.
  3. WorldAtlas provides basic landform information.
  4. Our Virtual Library has great databases for your research purposes.
  5. The Library’s Catalogue provides you access to our print, digital and streaming collection.

 

Also, we need to talk a bit about Death by PowerpointAlso, there is Death by GoogleSlide and Death by Prezi.

 

Ms. Vilicic will discuss bad presentations.

Death by Prezi

Wednesday, November 22

Curated Resources for Classes in the Library Today

Welcome to the Library!

Period 1 – HSP3U

Ms. Magson’s class is back for a second period. Please check yesterday’s lesson for the resources provided.

 

Period 2/3/4 – CGC1D

Mr. Grosney’s class will be working on ARC GIS.

ARC GIS For Schools is your portal to the service.

The following PDFs provide instructions for using ArcGIS.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Curated Resources for Classes in the Library Today

Remember that this is a late start and Period 1 starts at 10:00am.

Welcome to the Library! Please find a collection of links that will support your research on Natural Disasters.

Period 1 – CGC1D1-11 – Grosney

Students are encouraged to use the Library Catalogue (See widget below) to find print/digital resources to support research.

Also, consider using the following links:

The Canadian Red Cross has resources that handle Natural Disasters both domestic and international. Additionally, they have an educational program that discusses Natural Disasters too.

Public Safety Canada has a fully interactive database of historic domestic disasters. The Canadian Disaster Database has detailed information that would be helpful to discuss historic significance.

The United Nations also has a more global approach with lots of details on all manners of disaster.

The APA Working File

 

Monday, November 6, 2017

Curated Resources for Classes in the Library Today

Welcome to the Library! Please find a collection of links that will support your research on Natural Disasters.

Period 3 – CGC1D1-13 – Grosney

Students are encouraged to use the Library Catalogue (See widget below) to find print/digital resources to support research.

Also, consider using the following links:

The Canadian Red Cross has resources that handle Natural Disasters both domestic and international. Additionally, they have an educational program that discusses Natural Disasters too.

Public Safety Canada has a fully interactive database of historic domestic disasters. The Canadian Disaster Database has detailed information that would be helpful to discuss historic significance.

The United Nations also has a more global approach with lots of details on all manners of disaster.

The APA Working File

Period 4 – CGC1D1-12 – Grosney

Students are encouraged to use the Library Catalogue (See widget below) to find print/digital resources to support research.

Also, consider using the following links:

The Canadian Red Cross has resources that handle Natural Disasters both domestic and international. Additionally, they have an educational program that discusses Natural Disasters too.

Public Safety Canada has a fully interactive database of historic domestic disasters. The Canadian Disaster Database has detailed information that would be helpful to discuss historic significance.

The United Nations also has a more global approach with lots of details on all manners of disaster.

The APA Working File