My Collaborative Learning Environment
View the movie adaptation of the play, found on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGeq3aMQpbU
1. Must vote in elections. To be involved in your community.
2. To protect Canadian envirment. To save a beaver or two.
3. To know "The Canadian Charter" and "comstitution of Canada". Its just neat.
4. To protect Canadian heritage. To save more beavers.
1. Responsibility to vote
-ensure the country is run right
2.Responsibility to protct other's rights
-help others who made need help
3.Responsibility to enforce the law
-law is in place for a reason and would be respected better with more help
(Consitution Act) (1867) >Formly known as british north america act >Sections 91 and 92 devide powers between federal and provincal goverments >Structure of judicial system (Question for Discussion) Canada's constitutional structure is essebtially different from Britain's because it cons
This play is about a lighthouse keeper who is worried about world war 2.
Video content reviewed in Canadian History
CBC Story of Us - 9 - Relates mainly to Chapter 20 -
The rise of Quebec nationalism
Web2 is a new model of website that allows users to comunicate back and forth, as opposed to being limited to posting and veiwing.
1. Web 2 is a term used for applications that have video sharing, blogs, wikis, and social media. Some examples are facebook, youtube, twitter, twitch and myspace.
2. My product is Bubble gum
A group term for certain applications of the internet and the world wide web, including blogs, wikis, video sharing services, and social media websites such as Facebook and MySpace, which focus on interactive sharing rather than simple content delivery.
My product will be Straws!
WEB2 is a term for - social media websites which focus on being interactive,sharing and connecting.
Some examples I have noticed in the websites I have visited are:pictures moving andthe format.
From what I understand the ''Web2'' seems to be a software type thing that can make almost anyone create a decent website for information or social media.
Course review dates - Week of Jan. 22.
Extra review and halp is available by chance or by appointment.