Ms. Halas Moulton

Mrs. Halas Moulton teaches Graphic Arts, Digital Tech, Science, Social Studies, Make, Environmental Issues and World Issues

Posted: October 2, 2018

May 31st

Dutch Resistance

Anne Frank

 

June  1:   

Holten  Cemetery  (1/2)  [soldier  bio  from  each  school] 

Holten  Service  (Full)  [wreaths,  poems,  what  we  ask  for  on  their  end...] 

 

June  2:   

Groesbeek  (Full)  [no  official  ceremony,  soldier  story? 

Sunset  March/Nijmegan  (Full)  [historical  blurb,  memorial/laying?]  

 

June  3: 

Vught  Concentration  Camp  (1/4?)  [victim  bio  from  each  school] 

Adegem  Cemetery  (Full?  maybe  1/2)  [soldier  bio?]  No official  Ceremony 

Passchendaele  Canada  Gate  (Full)  [pier  21  connection] 

Tyne  Cot  Cemetery  (Full)  [soldier  bio?] 

Ypres-  Menin  Gate  (Full)  [wreath  laying?  poem?]  Upon  request ,  the  Last  Post  Association  allows individuals  or  groups  who  support  our  mission  to  take  part  in an  extended  version  of  the  ceremony.  During  this  extended  version,  the  participants  can  lay  a  wreath   (which  they  must  provide  themselves)   to  commemorate  the  fallen.  Bands, choirs,  etc.  who  wish  to  perform  as  part  of  the  ceremony  must submit an  application  in  advance

 

June  4: 

•Vimy   

•German  Cemetery  (1/3)  [German  side?] 

• Ring  of  Remembrance  (1/3)  [soldier  bio?] 

• Beaumont-Hamel  (1/3)  [soldier  bio?]

 

June  5:    

• Longues-Sur-Mer 

• Arromanches  360/town 

• Juno  Beach  Center 

• Tailleville  (ceremony  Full)  [collaboration  with  Westlake  Brothers  Souvenir 

Group,    Plaque?] 

• Tailleville 

(D-Day  survivors  Full)  [where?  set  up?  prepared  questions]    small group  leads  speak  and  translate  French,  direct  conversation 

• Collaborate  with  Cassigneuls,  and  Christophe  Colette  and  his  French  students, 

Arnaud  Blin  and  Maryvonne  Lepine 

 

June 6th

Les  Hirondelles  Beach  Ceremony  (Full)  [anthems  (FR/Can),    Dramatic,  wreath?,  special  presentations? readings,  singers 

• Stele  Ceremony  (Full)  [Dramatic  continued,  wreathe?  Poem,...] 

• Cemetery  Ceremony  Beny   sur  Mer  (Full)  [Dramatic  ?  Wreath? 

Tent  (Full)  [Audio  visual  display] 

• Collaboration  with  Mayor  Jean-Paul  DuCoulombier,  school  officials  and  students  in  Saint  Aubin-Sur-Mer

• Carpiquet  Ceremony  (Full)  [Dramatic  finished,  wreaths,  anthems] 

 

June 7:

Chateau de Verseilles

Paris  (versailles)

 

 

Posted: September 25, 2018

  1. Paint the colour wheel provided appropriately
  2. Colour a colouring page from the internet.  Colour using complimentary OR analogous colours.  You can print and colour by hand or online using Photoshop or artrage
  3. Get a photograph (your own or from internet but must be copyright-free) and  re-colour the image using complimentary colours OR analagous colours (the colour relationship that you didn't use on assignment 2). Use Photoshop.  See the lesson below
  4. Reflection 2 - A) Find a busy screen shot of a movie or TV show that you like. B) Print the image off and glue it in your sketch book.  On a SEPARATE piece of paper.  C) Pull out the main colours in this picture making a colour palette. D) Reflection - Why do you think they choose those colours? Did they use any of the colour relationships? Is it effective? Are the better choices for colour that you would prefer?
  1. Vidéo et budget - le 26 septembre
  2. Quiz - fédéral, provincial, municipal, tribu - le 27 septembre
  3. Refaire Vote Compass - le 1er octobre
  4. Test - note d'introduction et le gouvernment - le 5 octobre

Posted: September 14, 2018

Sciences humaines 9 - parties politiques

See below for the links to lessons on how to do a simple merge and the card assignment ALSO look at the rubric for how you will be marked.

Posted: September 13, 2018

Make 120 - Hour of Code

Posted: August 29, 2018

Welcome back!

All courses:

Due to the importance of being and active contributing members of a group for many of the projects marks will be earned based on the days present and working on a project.  For example, if a project takes ten class days to complete and a student only attends five they will receive 50% of the mark that the group received.

 All marks are based on a scale where a “C” indicates that work is sufficient but needs in improvement; a “B” is proficient; and an “A” indicates exceptional work. Students will have many opportunities for feedback and to improve their work before they hand in a final project.

 

Supplies: All courses need a USB, headphones, binder, paper and pen.

 

Late assignment policy:

-    To get full marks, assignments need to be handed in by the assigned due date.

-    For every date late, after the assignment due date, 10% will be deducted from the mark (up to a maximum of 40%).  Weekends count as one day.

-    If a student is absent on a due date, a written excuse from a parent or guardian must be presented upon the student’s return, or the late-day deductions will apply.

-    A student’s mark cannot be lower than 60% given that the student deserves a passing grade on the assignment to begin with.  Any work getting a mark of less than 60% will receive that grade.

-    In order to be graded, all work must be handed in no later than 2 weeks after the given due date of the assignment.  Term marks are final.

 BLMS Attendance Incentive –

Exams are normally worth 30% of students’ mark. To reach Academic Incentive, a student must meet the following criteria:

1)                Miss 5 or fewer classes in that particular subject (school activities exempted); AND

2)                Be in good standing (not owing for assignments, projects, etc.)

 

The subject teacher will then apply one of the three following options to the student’s advantage:

1)                15% Final Exam, 85% Class Mark

2)                50% Final Exam, 50% Class Mark

Extra help is available at lunch upon request. 

 

 Sciences humaines (Social Studies) FI9 – period 1 and 2

This course is designed with the intention exploring all aspects of Canadian identity.  We will cover topics including culture, geography, politics, immigration, world issues, and history.  This course includes many projects and hands-on activities.  Students will not have homework every night, but there will times where they will be working on big projects and have work to do at home. 

 Tentative marking scheme 

Semester 1

 

Quizzes and Tests 30%

Projects 50%

Classroom and homework 20%

 

35%

Semester 2

35%

Final

Final evaluation project shows knowledge of all the units

30%

 

Graphic Arts – period 4

This course is designed with the intention of learning how to critically appreciate and create graphic designs.  Students will explore taking and editing images.  This course can be an introductory for students interested in doing design as a career or for personal use like making cards, posters, brochures and re-touching pictures.  The emphasis of this course is on continuous learning as a community of learners.  Students with limited computer skills can do very well in this course; however, students with irregular attendance are not likely to succeed as all the work is done in class using our software.

Materials: Sketchbook or duotang with blank paper 

 Tentative marking scheme 

Semester  1

Daily sketchbook 10%

Reflections 10%

Workflow, planning and team work 20%

Designs 60%

 

35%

Semester 2

35%

Final

Final project that includes aspects of all of the previous units

30%

 

 Coop MAKE 120 – period 5 

 BLMS MakerSpace explores STEAM projects that involve Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. This course will enable students to undertake creative, innovative and entrepreneurial projects in the classroom.  Students will explore a variety of technologies while designing and engineering their own projects.  The course is designed to apply the 4C’s of creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communications.  These skills are beneficial in any workplace and are essential for life-long learning. 

 Tentative marking scheme

 

Semesters  1 and 2

Attitude 33%

Skills 33%

Work habits 34%

 

35% each

Final

Final project that includes aspects of all of the previous units

30%

 

 

 

 

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Image Galleries

Videos

Added: Mon, Apr 23 2018

Documents

IS - Article Rubric_
IS - Special Feature Rubric
DT - Intro to photoshop
DT - Alice assignment