A message for my students:
You got this!!!!!
I got a message from a student today and I realized that they are probably not the only one struggling with this. Here are some tips:
Try setting a schedule for yourself. Commit to it. Keep your promise to yourself.
Let's say you get up around 10 am. Promise yourself that you will log-in at 11 AM.
Stick to one class at a time.
You can follow the school's schedule, or re-arrange the order of your classes to what suits you best.
Give yourself 1 hour.
If you finish one class before the hour is up, do another class!
Then take a break and come back to it after lunch. Let's say at 3 PM.
Give yourself another hour.
- Pat yourself on the back! You're amazing!
Google Classroom Codes
Team Time: ocvlcrb
Film Photography: omajoqd
Suspense Literature: vc2xrq4
Global Literature: 47ve4h4
Course Pages: Syllabi for the Spring 2020
Film and Digital Photography
***Blizzard Bag Days***
Ms. St-Laurent's Health class participates in a nine week long collaboration with a Dartmouth college class called "Telling Stories for Social Change"
Ms. St-Laurent's Health class on the Advanced Transit bus and at the store to shop for ingredients, at school cooking pizza, waffles, and making smoothies
Ms. St-Laurent's Contemporary Fiction class illustrating the story, "The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant," by W.D. Wetherell through paintings on the picnic tables outside
Ms. St-Laurent's Global Literature class cooking Chinese dumplings after reading the graphic novel, "American Born Chinese" and learning about Chinese culture
Ms. St-Laurent's Global Literature class creating a visual representation comparing the population of different countries and putting up a full wall map of the world