My Collaborative Learning Environment
Various organizations of which Canada is a member:
This set of links will help you access:
Here it is
Using Audacity, and by generating various sounds and tones, and manipulating them useing various effects, make a sound effect as close as you can to an explosion.
Links to videos and resources
The attached audio file is a voice that counts down: 3 - 2 - 1. Download the file to your computer by RIGHT CLICKING on the link, then use the option "Save link as ...", or "Save target as ...." (different browsers will say the same thing in different words.)
Canada - US relations have evolved over time, of course, and have ranged through the spectrum from war to peace, cooperation to enmity, sometimes over major and serious issues, sometimes over petty squabbles.
Create a timer precisely 10 seconds long. At precisely each second mark, generate a tone of 0.1 seconds.
The following articles are intended to give a perspective on media in general, and how media, through their evolution and pervasiveness in society have effected and influenced change.
Unit IV outcome introduced in SkillsCanada presentation:
The following articles are intended to give a perspective on media in general, and how media, through their evolution and pervasiveness in society have effected and influebnced change.
Short videos summarizing various aspects of Canadian history.
From Chapter two discussions and class notes, respond to the following:
Read pages 31-32 in preparation of your answers.
Re. Chapter 1 and p. 21 #7:
Present research supporting the three main prehistoric American settlement theories.
Find files for Multimedia Term Test #2 here:
Pertinent course information, etc.
The attached files include:
- unit summary of
- outcomes related to these units, as well as the INTERDEPENDENCE outcomes
These links include several videos seen in class, related to the theme of technology and innovation in aspects of transportation and communications. As well, links will provide background information and FAQ's about topics discussed in class.
NOTE - You need Power Point or other Microsoft programs to download and view some of these files, or use a compatible application. Microsoft offers a range of free dowloads that you may use to access Word, PowerPoint, Excel or other files.