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Publishing Project Book Launch
The 2017/18 Grade 7B students from Calvin Christian School are proud to be publishing their very own book of short stories and ...Full Story
Wednesday, June 20
Financial Literacy
Over the past few months, we have had the opportunity to participate in Hamilton Spectator’s financial literacy program called “Making ...Full Story
Tuesday, January 23
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Publishing Project Book Launch Publishing Project Book Launch The 2017/18 Grade 7B students from Calvin Christian School are proud to be publishing their very own book of short stories and artwork; for most students, their first publication ever! Each student chose a topic within Canadian history to research, asking themselves why their topic is seen to be historically significant. Why was it important? How did it change or affect people’s lives? How was Canada’s history shaped or changed because of this event? Students then crafted a historically accurate story, with the goal of bringing that portion of history alive
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Financial Literacy Over the past few months, we have had the opportunity to participate in Hamilton Spectator’s financial literacy program called “Making Life Decisions”. We learned about various concepts like renting and buying houses, to cell phone bills and donating to a great cause. Along with every lesson, we were able to do some work for ourselves on the Chromebooks with the guidance of our teacher and the article itself. At the end, every partner group had the chance to give a tip that we think could help a first time home buyer. Our tip was “Save, spend and donate wisely! You
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How Can We Make Canadian History Come Alive? How Can We Make Canadian History Come Alive? For the past few weeks the grade 7B class has been working on historical stories. In the beginning of December we invited the writer Mrs. Hosmar to teach us about the skills of writing historical fiction. Some of the skills that she taught us were how to research our story, starting our stories, and finding specific parts of our stories. After Mrs. Hosmar came in, we started picking out parts of Canadian history and researching them. Then after many weeks of researching we began to write our stories. Each student had to figure out the
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Christmas Music at CCS CHRISTMAS MUSIC AT CCS Do you like Christmas Music? What is your favourite song? Why do you like it? These were the questions asked to people at CCS alike. We went around asking a few teachers and students the above questions and we came up with some unique responses. We only had a couple people that disliked the newer Christmas songs or those with more of a pop focus, not a classical or traditional sound to it. Popular responses were about loving the melody, having a good Christmas message, and even loving to sing the chorus at the top of their lungs. Some song favourites
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