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Posted: June 11, 2018

1. Go to and read the facts about the heart. What are four facts that you didn't know before?

2. Read the page at and answer the following questions:

a) What is aerobic exercise?

b) What activities are aerobic exercise?

3. Reat the page at and record your radial artery pulse (wrist) and carotid artery pulse (neck).

4. What are the 7 steps to heart health? You can find the answers at

5. Read the page at and answer the following questions:

a) What is an activity that is suggested for infants?

b) How many minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity should youth get every day?

c) What is an example of a bone-strengthening activity?

d) What is the recommendation for screen time?

Posted: June 5, 2018

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Choose as many pictures as you would like to represent the following:

Career goal
Places you’d like to visit or live
Family (married, children, etc)
Material items (cars, equipment, sports/hobby material)
Religious beliefs
Humanitarian goals (volunteering in the community or in the world)
Inspirational words/sayings that connect with you
Future goals
Activities that you want to pursue
Anything else that is your vision for your life.  What you want your life to be.

You also need a written component that goes along with your vision board and describes the images. This is worth 1/3 of the total mark of the project.

War Rations

-Wash your hands frequently

-Be careful with sharp objects

-Be respectful

-**Put everything back where you found it**

-Clean everything when finished – dishes, counters, sinks, floors, stove, etc

1.    What are rations? Why were they necessary?

2.    What food was rationed?

3.    What other items were rationed?

4.    What equipment was available to use?

5.    What strategies did they use to ration? (How did they stretch their rations?)

6.    Recipe – Thursday – why is it a ration recipe?

Posted: May 22, 2018

Rules for the Culinary Tech Lab:

·     Wash your hands frequently

·     ****Put things back where you found them****

·     Wash everything that you use

·     Wash the counters, sinks, floors, stoves

·     Hair tied up

·     Be safe

War Rations

1.What were war rations?

a.Equipment available

b.                        What was rationed?

c. Why were rations necessary?

d.                        What types of food were rationed?

2.Who was responsible for food rations?

3.Final Product

a.Recipe – why was it a war recipe?

b.                        Cook on Friday

4.What other things were rationed?

5.What did they do to stretch their rationed items?

Posted: May 16, 2018

Anything outstanding needs to be handing in as soon as possible.

4.3 - expolore services or initiatives that support the transition from high school to work or further educating and training.

Research what is available to help students that are transitioning out of high school. You can start with these two websites (but feel free to do your own research):

Assessment - choose one of the following:

1. write a letter to a younger sibling or student describing the services/initiatives provided by the school and community that can support their transition from high school to post-secondary education and the world of work

2. create a pamphlet or poster that could be used for other high school students that describes the services/initiatives provided by the school/community that can support their transition from high school to post-secondary education/the world of work


4.4 explore volunteerism as a personal development and community enhancement strategy

Research what volunteer opportunities there are in the Miramichi area. Use to get started. Select 3-5 that interest you (if you know of any others in your community that are not listed on the site, feel free to list them as well), and outline how you would go about participating in that opportunity. For example, who do you contact, do you need a criminal record check done, do you need a driver's license?


4.5 - we will complete in class


4.6 - discuss the importance of life/work balance

Create a spreadsheet/table/checklist/tally to log what leisure activities you partake in over the course of a week. Once complete, look at your data and evaluate the impact each of the activities has on your:

  • mental and physical health and well-being
  • goal attainment
  • skills for work
  • future plans for life and work

Choose one of your leisure activities and create a print or media ad campaign to promote the benefits of engaging in the identified activity.

Posted: May 16, 2018

3.5 - understand the changing nature of life/work roles

Complete a Pros, Cons, and Questions activity to explore non-traditional careers. Answer the question "What are non-traditional careers?" on the back of the sheet. Use the following websites to help:

Posted: May 10, 2018

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Posted: May 10, 2018

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Added: Tue, May 22 2018


Vision Board Rubric
Chapter 11 Notes
Social Studies 8 - Chapter 10 Notes