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La maison des anniversaires

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Lesson Plan
Grade Level
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Submitted By
Annie Macintosh - 24 days ago
Description
This activity will fill the requirements set fort…
Resource Type
Lesson Plan
Grade Level
4
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Submitted By
Annie Macintosh - 24 days ago
Description
This activity will fill the requirements set forth by the BC curriculum that at the grade 5 level, students in Core French should be able to know French phonemes; and this is all part of the ability to say the number of the date of your birthday, and the month, correctly. The curriculum also states that students be able to participate in simple interactions dealing with daily life. Knowing one`s birthday is often information that is asked and shared, especially amongst younger people. Finally, the curriculum states that students at the grade 5 Core French level be able to convey basic information about themselves, and there are many instances in which being able to identify your date of birth is not only useful, but necessary.
Subject
Languages
French/FSL
Learning Standards
Curricular Competencies: Taken directly from the BC Ministry of Education curriculum website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/ Competency Grade Level Subject Area “Participate, with support, in simple interactions involving everyday situations.” 5 Core French “Common, high-frequency vocabulary and sentence structures for communicating meaning: basic information about themselves.” 5 Core French “Know French phonemes.” 5 Core French
Duration
approx. 60 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Mar 10, 2020
Teacher: ​Ms.​ ​Annie Macintosh Date of Lesson: ​October 4​th​, 2019 Lesson Name:​ Birthday Balloons (La maison des anniversaires) Big Idea(s): ● Birthdays are an important piece of personal information, and they`re fun to know! ● Pronouncing basic words/phrases in another language
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Night at the Wax Museum

Resource Type
Activity
Grade Level
4
5
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Submitted By
Annie Macintosh - 24 days ago
Description
This activity hopes to bring to life some of the …
Resource Type
Activity
Grade Level
4
5
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Submitted By
Annie Macintosh - 24 days ago
Description
This activity hopes to bring to life some of the many immigration stories that contribute to Canada's past, present and future. With research, art and some level of performing arts, this activity is designed to be interdisciplinary and engaging for students to understand perspective, and how the change and continuity of Canadian immigration patterns have helped shape our nation. In addition to various assessments that will accompany this activity, students will be given a reflection sheet after the presentations. This will allow them to voice any strengths or stretches they encountered during the activity, and provide their teacher with any mitigating factors that they think should be taken into account during assessment.
Subject
Arts Education
Fine Arts/Visual Arts
English Language Arts
Social Studies
Research
Learning Standards
Curricular Competencies (BC): “Use Social Studies inquiry processes and skills to — ask questions; gather, interpret, and analyze ideas; and communicate findings and decisions.” (Social Studies 5 Curricular Competency) “Take stakeholders’ perspectives on issues, developments, or events by making inferences about their beliefs, values, and motivations (perspective).” (Social Studies 5 Curricular Competency) Content Standard Connections (BC): “The changing nature of Canadian immigration over time.” (Social Studies 5 Content) “The development and evolution of Canadian identity over time.” (Social Studies 5 Content) “Immigration and multiculturalism continue to shape Canadian society and identity.” (Social Studies 5 Big Ideas)
Duration
approx. 10-12 hours of instructional time
Language
English
Date Created
Mar 10, 2020
Annie Macintosh 656988532 EDPB 508 Instructor: Paula Waatainen Competency-Based Activity and Tool February 25th, 2020 “A Night at the Immigration Museum” - an inquiry project based on real Canadian immigration stories Background: As part of the “New World”, Canada has always been