Things To-Do in Study / Homework Time

  • Complete homework - refer to agenda.
  • Work on an upcoming assignment.
  • Make a study plan for an upcoming test.
  • Actively study for a test.
  • Review material from today's class.
  • Revise today's notes.
  • Highlight key words / ideas in notes
  • Review (rewrite, use mind-maps, pictures) vocabulary from today's class.
  • Re-read a chapter from your textbook (SQ3R).
  • Preview an upcoming chapter (textbook).
  • Practice math skills.
  • Make corrections on recent test.
  • Organize binders into sections.
  • Organize notes into sequence, use reinforcements, remove old units.
  • Organize agenda and calendars.
  • Breakdown a big project.
  • Read, read, read. (Fiction / non-fiction)
  • Write, write, write. (Journals, letters, lists, etc)

Resources

Below is a list of resources that students may find helpful: 

Library Links

Great Reading

Research & Study

Career & Technology Centre

Attend half days - areas:

  • Autobody 
  • Cosmetology – Hair/Esthetics 
  • Culinary Arts 
  • Energy & Environmental Resources (combined with Social 20-1/20-2 or Social 30-1/30-2) 
  • Health Science 
  • IT Essentials 
  • Media Design & Communication 
  • Pre-Engineering 
  • Welding/Fabrication

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)

Junior Achievement
Educating youth about financial literary, work readiness, and entrepreneurship

  • Company Program is an exciting hands-on program that allows students the opportunity to experience the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship by starting and operating an after-school business.

Exchange Programs

Summer Programs

Resource Lists & Advice

Things To-Do in Study / Homework Time

  • Complete homework - refer to agenda.
  • Work on an upcoming assignment.
  • Make a study plan for an upcoming test.
  • Actively study for a test.
  • Review material from today's class.
  • Revise today's notes.
  • Highlight key words / ideas in notes
  • Review (rewrite, use mind-maps, pictures) vocabulary from today's class.
  • Re-read a chapter from your textbook (SQ3R).
  • Preview an upcoming chapter (textbook).
  • Practice math skills.
  • Make corrections on recent test.
  • Organize binders into sections.
  • Organize notes into sequence, use reinforcements, remove old units.
  • Organize agenda and calendars.
  • Breakdown a big project.
  • Read, read, read. (Fiction / non-fiction)
  • Write, write, write. (Journals, letters, lists, etc)

Resources

Below is a list of resources that students may find helpful: 

Library Links

Great Reading

Research & Study

Career & Technology Centre

Attend half days - areas:

  • Autobody 
  • Cosmetology – Hair/Esthetics 
  • Culinary Arts 
  • Energy & Environmental Resources (combined with Social 20-1/20-2 or Social 30-1/30-2) 
  • Health Science 
  • IT Essentials 
  • Media Design & Communication 
  • Pre-Engineering 
  • Welding/Fabrication

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)

Junior Achievement
Educating youth about financial literary, work readiness, and entrepreneurship

  • Company Program is an exciting hands-on program that allows students the opportunity to experience the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship by starting and operating an after-school business.

Exchange Programs

Summer Programs

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