Archives for Grade 6 Website

Technology Survey

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How to Change Your Password?

Tired of your password? Think that it too easy for somebody to log on to your account?
Perhaps it’s time to change your password!

If you want to change your password…….
1. Visit lab 1038A during tutorial and see Mr. Sturgeon.
2. Have a new passord ready. Here are the password guidelines:
      a. must be at least 7 characters in length
      b. at least one capital letter
      c. at least one number

Example passwords:

Animation Celebration

Some iDesign students created animations were played for the entire Middle School this past Wednesday. Based on the laughing. applause, and the audience’s desire for more, the student animators should be proud of their work.

If you are interested in animation, download the free Stykz program. It is available for both Windows and Mac. The website includes some great “getting started’ video tutorials. They also have great tips and a solid help section to learn as you go.


CWW Trivia Challenge

See how much you remember about the CWW trip.

“Who Wants  to be
a Millionaire?”

CWW Millionaire Game

“Are You Smarter than
a 5th Grader?”

5th Grader



CWW in Photos -Grade 6

Check out almost 100 photos from the past week!

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Don’t have a lot of time to watch the pics? Can you spare one minute?  Try being “pummeled” by a   Pummelvison version of the pictures.

Change for the Better

The Grade 6 website has undergone some radical changes! Now you will have an easier time navigating as virtually everything is located in the menu bar.

Some of the immediate changes include:

  • Added home button
  • Redesigned site with new theme
  • Added Specialist teachers tab
  • Added email request link


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United Nations Pitches

For the second straight year, Grade Six students have produced stupendous work incorporating research from all core subjects. They produced incredible Pecha Kuchas* for the Q2 performance task. Their video presentations are between 10-20 slides, and the narration on each slide is between 10-20 seconds long. Their task was to research the impact of certain products on food chains and groups of people. Situation: The UN has raised the question of whether or not certain products should stay on the market due to their questionable effects on the environment and people. They have appealed to certain NGOs for their help in determining positive and negative impacts on the environment and people, so that they can make an informed decision.

I.T. Connections: Students learned about Creative Commons and how to search Flickr and Google Image Advanced Search for Creative Commons photos. Students were encouraged to use Compfight to find appropriate photos. To view the videos, click on the topic below:





*What is PechaKucha ?
PechaKucha 20×20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images forward automatically and you talk along to the images.
To read more about the Pecha Kucha format click here.

ISM’s Electonic Waste-What’s the future?

Grade 6 students is investigating the production life cycle of different products as part of the second quarter Relationships unit. on group is determining the of e-waste, that is the affect of computers and other electronic products have after they have outlived their usefulness.

Here is a short tour of ISM’s “e-waste” hallway. Check back here to hear how ISM is dealing with the reusing and recycling of the electronic waste it creates.

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Future Laptops? What do you think?

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