A useful guide to help you understand who is who.
A great website for watching videos from all over the world.
The live animal webcams are the best part.
Thank you to Mr. Austin for reading to all the students (more than 120) who came to story time today.
Just a reminder that the end date for RATKS reports to be given to your teacher for Term 1 is this Friday, June 29.
You can still collect prizes after this date but you can't give your teacher anymore reports until next term !
The points you got this term carry on until RATKS finishes next year so you still have LOTS of time !
Happy book reading !
Ms. Egawa's grade five language arts class came to the library.
They used PebbleGo Animals to research an animal of their choice.
Everyone worked very hard and found lots of details for their paragraphs.
Developing 21st century skills in our students is an important part of the
Teachers Librarian's job and a priority in the English library at our school. Mr. Kelly
is very proud of the work being done by Ms. Egawa's class.
Resources from the English library are proving useful in science class.
Students in grade 6 science explored the topic of food webs using the book What are Food Chains and Webs?
The Rotten School series by R.L. Stine has been added to our collection.
Read all about Bernie Bridges and his friends at Rotten School. These books are very funny and sometimes disgusting.
You can find them on the Chapter Book shelf next to the Goosebumps series.
READING LEVEL: GRADE 3
Find out more about the Rotten School series at http://www.rottenschool.com/ .
Nate the Great and his dog Sludge are two clever detectives.
Read Nate the Great's adventures in the library. All
26 books in the series have been added to our collection.
READING LEVEL: GRADE 2
Read more about the Nate the Great series.
Today, immersion teachers participated in a library workshop; Learning Theory: Perception & Practice.
Mr. Kelly moderated the discussion. Many teachers shared their understanding of various theories of learning. We also discussed how learning theory is related to our classroom practices.
It was a very effective and useful discussion. Afterwards, we had tea and some snacks.
This online library provides free access to e-books in many languages.
Its a great resources for teachers, parents and students.
They also have a free app for iPhone and iPad. Just search for "ICDL" in the App Store.