- Go to Wakelet to create your bibliography. Create an account. Open Powerpoint. Type in your title: Landforms: ________. Insert an image.
- Please go to the Online Encyclopedias to start your research.
- The Canadian Encyclopedia has information about Canadian landforms.
- National Geographic has a resource library that can help you.
- Here is a video from Crash Course. They discuss a variety of landforms.
Immersive Reader is built into MS Office’s applications. Today we will explore how this works for online site.
Please click on this link to check out this site on ancient Egypt.
Here is one on foxes by National Geographic Kids. Can you make Immersive Reader simplify the site. Try now to find a page from Wikipedia on a topic that interests you. can you make Immersive Reader work?
Click here for more information.
Click here to see the Wakelet.
To calculate a car bank loan use one of the following bank
To use a TVM (Time Value of Money) calculator, click here.
Besides using the Canadian online links on our library website (the NFB, Curio, The Canadian Online Encyclopedia, consider some of the links below:
- Black Enslavement in Canada (Canadian Encyclopedia)
- Black History in Canada (Canadian Archives)
- Black History in Canada A Select Timeline (Historica)
- The Story of Slavery in Canada (The Museum of Human Rights)
- They Came for the Children (A TRC Publication)
- Challenging Racist British Columbia
- LGBTQ Rights in Canada (Canadian Encyclopedia)
- A Collection of resources on the history residential schools
- A Women in Canadian History a Timeline
- Rights of Women (Canadian Government)
- Women’s Rights
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors and many input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world.
For the introduction watch here.
Click here to join.