Google Classroom

  As you know, we at Chief Taylor School are moving away from the Blog platform to Google Classroom.  I've created this video to help you access Google Classroom, using Google Chrome, with the user name and password the school provided when you picked up your Chromebook. If you do not know your password or username please contact the school or your teacher for either.  I hope this helps! Thank you!

The Blame

  You are going to be reading a conversation between two people you should be looking for effective listening strategies. Think about what it means to be effective listening strategies. What do people look like? How do they sound? These are things you should be thinking about when you read the story. Please follow the link to read The Blame. The Blame When you have finished reading the story, please answer the questions below.  Loading…

Adding Mixed Numbers.

 Please watch the video on adding mixed numbers and answer the questions below.  Loading…

Adding Mixed Numbers

  Adding Mixed Numbers      In this lesson we will take a look at adding mixed numbers. Please watch the video and answer the questions.  Thanks! :)  Mr. Larocque Loading…

Welcome to the Global Village

  Welcome to the Global Village     What does the world and a village have in common? Do they have anything in common?  Watch the video below. How do you feel about the theory that David Icke suggested? Do you believe that the world is living?      Read "Welcome to the Global Village" from the link below. Think about the main idea presented within the article and answer the questions. Thanks :) Mr. Larocque Welcome to the Global Village Loading…

Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators

      Subtracting Fractions with unlike denominators is exactly the same as adding fractions with unlike denominators.      If fractions have the same denominator you can add or subtract normally.                                                    2 /3 - 1 /3 = 1 /3      If you take a look you can see the denominator does not change, though the numerator does.      Though if the denominator is not the same you have to change it. Example:                                                  5/6 - 1/3      The denominator is not the same so, first thing we must do is find the lowest common multiple                        Multiples of 3 - 3, 6 , 9, 12, 15                         Multiples of 6 - 6, 12, 18, 24, 30     6 is the lowest common multiple. We have to change 1/3 so it has a denominator of 6. What do you multiply 3 by to make 6? The answer is 2.      1/3 * 2/2 because what you do to the bottom you do to the top.     1/3 * 2/2 = 2/6     Now we can subtract. 5/6 - 2/6     What is the a

Igniting Global Change

  WE Day is a very exciting day where hundred of people gather to celebrate diversity. Watch the video "What is WE Day?" and read the article below called "Igniting Global Change" and then answer the questions.  Igniting Global Change Loading…