The Vancouver Canucks ®, in collaboration with the NHL® and the NHLPA, are excited to announce a new education initiative called Future Goals. The Future Goals program makes two digital learning resources available to your district at no cost.
Future Goals - Hockey Scholar is for students in grades 5-7, exploring real-life applications of STEM concepts such as area/volume of an ice rink, conservation of energy of a falling puck, and speed/velocity using skates. This will be available Summer 2015 (in both English and French).
The other resource is our digital citizenship resource. It's available now and also no cost to your school. This is a web-based course for students in grades 5-8, covering topics such as
cyberbullying, online safety and conducting online research.
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This PowerPoint presents a history of the Tour de France from its inception, and the challenges that participants face during the entire race. Videos present information about Drafting, Cracking, and the dangers of this intense bicycle race which happens annually in July in France. Students will also see some of the best moments from last year's Tour de France and a 3D rendition of the race route for 2018. Students are presented with pre-viewing questions and will respond to them after the videos.
Grade 9 Curriculum
- Listening and viewing with intent strengthens our understanding and acquisition of French.
- describing cultural aspects of communities
- cultural practices, traditions, and attitudes in various Francophone regions
- Use a growing variety of strategies to increase understanding
- Seek clarification and provide verification of meaning through a variety of strategies
- ask and respond to questions on familiar topics
- describe people, objects, places, and personal interests
- compare and contrast characteristics of people, objects, places, and personal interests
- describe sequences of events
- express opinions on familiar topics