Mr. Bryenton

6E, 7E, & 8E Social Studies, Science, and Technology

Posted: September 15, 2021

Please read over this handout:

Then, thinking to yourself or talking to someone at home, try to answer the true or false questions on this activity:

Posted: September 15, 2021

Here are a few news articles talking about different issues in Atlantic Canada.  Please pick one issue which you think is most important, and read the article covering it.

Youth Mental Helath:


Climate Change:

Shrinking and Aging Population:

After readin about the issue you think is most important, look at the website of one of Canada's biggest political parties to see how they want to fix the issue, or if they even want to at all.

Liberal Party:

Conservative Party:

New Democratic Party (N.D.P.):

Green Party:

People's Party:

I am only asking you to look at one issue and one party, but if you want to look at more, feel free to! This is just for you to look at and think about yourself. :)

Posted: September 14, 2021

September 14th: 6E Technology

Please access the Dance Party, Minecraft Hour of Code, or A.I. For Oceans coding activities under this link.  They say they are supposed to take an hour, but you don't need to use them for that long.  Just pick one, play around with it, and get used to it a little bit sometime today.

Posted: September 14, 2021

Please watch the videos in the following links:

Voting in a Democracy - YouTube

Why Voting Matters - YouTube

After watching these videos, think about these questions and consider the answers to yourself:

1) What is the role of government? Or what is government supposed to do?

2) What power do people have in a democracy?

3) Who makes decisions and laws in Canada?

Posted: September 13, 2021

6-8 Social Studies: Provinces and Territories Matching Game