The following zipped folder contains example rubrics for each of the 7 Competencies (Character, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Communication, Creativity, Computer & Digital Technologies, Cultural & Ethical Citizenship) for grades K-5, 6-9 and 10-12 grade level.
PLC Created Resources
This collection features resources created by Interdivisional PLCs from the 2019-2020 academic year, and the Covid-19 Response PLCs (Phase I & II).
This is an activity for students who have learned about theoretical probability and independent events.
Before completing this assignment, the students must work through their outcome-based work booklets in order to gain some background information on graphs. The booklets include mini assignments from the Math Makes Sense textbook and other digital resources.
A day in the life of an online teacher can’t go without the following paper and online based resources!
This list was compiled as part of the Phase 1 Grade 4-6 PLC.
The Grade 1-3 PLC team has created a choice boards for students learning from home in response to COVID-19.
The areas addressed include Reading, Writing, Math, Get Moving, Get Active, and a subject area project.
Help my class has GAPS! Considering supplementary learning your new students may be in differing places. If your grade 4-6 students are behind, please use these planners to combine outcomes. This will benefit both teacher and student. Planning your math this way will alleviate math anxiety and make things more manageable. There is a separate plan to address learning gaps in Grade 4, Grade 5 and Grade 6.
The following is are examples of a choice boards that could be used with grades 4-6 for distance learning. Keep checking. More will be added.
Developed by the Middle Years PLC group, these resources are intended to support teachers in providing at-home learning experiences for their students. They may also be helpful for in-class planning. This set of resources will be updated and expanded as further development occurs. Areas of learning covered include reading, writing, movement, creativity, mathematics, and social studies/science.
- Arts Education
- English Language Arts
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
- Material Type:
- Stephanie Ives
- Elaina Guilmette
- Melanie Nattrass
- Megan Donald
- Jessica Ross
- Ian Osmond
- lindsay johnson
- Paul Stinson
- Diedra Whitell
- Jaclyn Moore
- Kristin Dolman
- Hallie Ayers
- Mitchell Peterson
- Susan Oxman
- Timothy Hom
- Kathy Kendrick
- Date Added:
During the 2019-2020 Professional Learning Communities in Sun West, the Early Learning/Phonological Awareness PLC created this recourse to help Teachers in their ELA programming with an overview of learning to read.
This continuum may also be helpful to parents, Educational Assistants, and other people in a student's educational team!
During the 2019-2020 Professional Learning Communities in Sun West, the Early Learning/Phonological Awareness PLC created this recourse to help Teachers in their ELA programming with an overview of learning to read.This continuum may also be helpful to parents, Educational Assistants, and other people in a student's educational team!Find the resource and a short webinar on how to use the resource here.
Kindergarten PLC Home Learning Packages.
The purpose of this project is to allow students to calculate their net and gross salary and living expenses in both Canada and a foreign country. The project is divided into three parts - calculating salary, calculating living expenses and comparing the two. The teacher may chose to do only some of the parts depending on time and interest.
The project will cover the topics in the following outcomes: WA 10.10 Apply proportional reasoning to problems involving unit pricing and currency exchange; and WA 10.11 Demonstrate understanding of income.
Students will need to the following background skills:
1. How to research and write a bibliography.
2. Familiarity with the concept of gross income, deductions and net income.
3. Familiarity with the concept of exchange rates.
This resource can be used to further students understanding of area and perimeter (including volume as an extension) using real life examples of planning and designing spaces.
This is a collection of resources to be used for the purpose of strengthening students' organizational skills to help them take more ownership of their own learning. We have included possible resources for tracking assignment submission, study skills, and goal-setting.
Narrative Writing Lessons and Resources includes Sun West lesson plans, resources, and assessments for grades 1-12! Teachers in the 2019-2020 Writing Alignment PLC created these ready to use materials for educators. We hope you find them useful!
The Writing Alignment PLC has created a short video sharing the "Narrative Writing Lessons and Resources" resource that they created this year! The video explains their PLC goal and then takes viewers through the resource bank to view the lesson descriptions, as well as the elements of the resource itself. A must see video for ELA teachers grades 1-12!
In this project students will use their math skills to determine how much money they can make in a minimum wage job, and are then given the opportunity to try to build a budget based on their income.
This project will also give students an opportunity to reflect on some of the difficulties that may occur as they try to budget based on minimum wage and the choices and sacrifices that may need to be made.