Hey friends, try this kahoot!
Also at our meeting today, we will talk about library scheduling, a bookmark contest, and White Pine!
Hey, here is a guide for researching Mesopotamia using school and board resources:
Note that it is a google doc and can only be accessed if you are logged into your TDSB account.
By clicking Library Resources on the menu bar above, you will be connected to the TDSB Virtual Library, which has a ton of useful stuff for your research and reading pleasure! Use it to find databases, videos and curated websites, get help with citations, or find a new book in the catalogue. If you have any questions about it, ask Ms Green in the library, or by email at email@example.com.
Here’s what we did last time we met:
We’ll start our lesson with a look at plagiarism and academic honesty, using the tutorial “You Quote It, You Note It”.
We’ll then look at how to cite try out MLA style with this citation overview and exercise.
Test your skills here:Online Citation Test
In addition to the databases listed on the history handout and books that you can access through this site, you may want to explore the primary sources available at these websites:
Pro tip: when you’re searching on the internet for sources, try limiting your search by type “site:edu” after your search term, in order to limit your returns to university websites.
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MONDAY: Light up your Costume – Maker Club workshop at lunch
TUESDAY: Guess the Teacher – Halloween photo-match contest
WEDNESDAY: DIY Face Paint station, 830-1230
THURSDAY: Harry Potter Scavenger Hunt & Jack-o-Tangerines
FRIDAY: QSA Event