Grade 11

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Hello students and parents. Well what can we say? It has been a very difficult and strange school year. As we approach the end of the school year I hope you are all safe and well. Students wishing to increase their final marks still have the opportunity to do so by completing any online work that they have yet to finish. Many students have done well with this but if you have done little yet, there is still time. We have next week for any students still working on assignments and I encourage everyone to get as much done as possible. Best of luck over the summer and let's hope we can have a more normal school year next year! Take care.

Rob Watson

Hello everyone! I hope everyone is staying safe and well is these crazy times. We have been put to the test this school semester with everything that has been happening but I know we will weather the storm and see brighter days. To all my students please know that I am here for you. To all those who have been doing their best keeping up to date with the online posted assignments, congratulations and keep it up. For those who have yet to begin, please give it a try. It is important to stay connected in these times. If you have any questions about any of the assignments, please feel free to contact me any time. I want you all to know that I am here to help. For all of us touched by the recent violence in our province, please take comfort in knowing that you have family and friends that truly care about you. Confide in them. Please stay safe and well everyone.

Math 11 Essentials

  1. Determining the cost of using credit. (This is in progress. More practice to follow)
  2. Understanding various savings and investment alternatives such as GICs, Pension Plans etc.
  3. Understanding the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants.
  4. Calculating the costs associated with renting an apartment or buying a home.
  5. Using perimeter and area to solve real world problems.
  6. Understanding and applying the Pythagorean Theorum.
  7. Understanding  how to read a map and the costs associated with talking a trip.

Math at Work 11

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that involve SI and imperial units in volume.

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that require formulas related to volume.

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that involve creating and interpreting graphs, including bar graphs, histograms, line graphs, and circle graphs.

●  Students will be expected to solve problems that involve personal budgets.

●  Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of compound interest
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●  Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of credit options, including credit cards and loans.
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It is hard to believe that another semester at L.S.K. is quickly drawing to a close. For the majority of students it has been a successful semester. With the end of the semester approaching students in Grade 12 Math Essentials, Grade 10 Math Essentials and Grade 12 Global Geography are finishing up their final course work before exams begin. Next week review is planned for each of these 3 courses to remind students of the work they have covered and to go over any information or concepts they have not fully grasped. Best of luck to all students during exams and in the next semester ahead.

In Grade 12 Math Essentials, students have been learning about statistics, more accurately, percentiles. Percentiles are the ranking of an individual or piece of data in relation to the remaining individuals or pieces of data. Understanding percentiles helps students to understand how they compare with the rest of the class. 

In Grade 10 Math Essentials, students have been practicing finding the area of different shapes. They are becoming accustomed to matching which formula goes with which problem. So far, they have done well with this and the next steps will be focusing on more detailed geometric problems. 

In Global Geography 12 students have begun looking at the Biosphere and in more detail, the problem with over population on earth today. They have been in traduced to the history of world population and the factors that have led humanity to the brink of a population disaster. Possible solutions to this problem will be further studied.

Students in Grade 12 Math Essentials have begun studying probability. Using a series of questions and situations, students will determine the likelihood of occurrences in certain situations as well as how to calculate favourable and unfavourable occurrences.

Students in Grade 10 Math Essentials have been working on ratio and proportions. Cross multiplication has been a focus. They are now working on the ability to make change and determine amount tendered during purchases. 

Students in Global Geography 12 have been studying landslides and mass movement and their effects on the landscape. They have studied glaciers, erosion, weathering, earthquakes, and are presently studying avalanches through a series of presentations and videos accompanied by assignments.

The Math Essentials 11 class has been focusing lately on building skills related to budgeting, credit cards, building credit ratings, understanding investing, and consumer awareness. Basically students have been getting a taste of what it would be like to live on their own and the daily expenses required to do so effectively. The information being covered is practical and useful in everyday life situations. 

The Law 12 class has been focusing on forensics and the use of forensic work when applied to court cases. Actual Canadian law cases have been studied and discussed pertaining to this topic. Our latest side topic has been “what is the police role in discovering evidence in a particular case?” and how some evidence may not be permissible in court. We have studied the Robert Picton case in detail and students have gotten a detailed look at how forensics and other evidence worked to help solve the case.

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