Think you got the chops? Double double toil and trouble your way to the stage by auditioning for Earl Haig Secondary’s 2013-14 production of Macbeth, a chilling tale stewed in ambition, political corruption, the scheming of “black and midnight hags”, bossy wives, and bloody “foul play”. Warcraft and Halo have nothing on the gore of ….
OPEN AUDITIONS June 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, 2013 Sign up times are posted on the board outside studio 102
Audition Monologues and applications are posted here.
This week, the library is working with Ms.T.horpe’s Gr. 9 students on their Space Travel brochures. Check out these images from two Canadians who have or are travelling in space: Guy Laliberté (GAIA project) and Canadian astronaut, Chris Hadfield(@cmdr_hadfield).
This week the library continues to work with ESL-D classes on their Human Rights research and presentations through Canadian Points of View and PowerPoint. We will also be looking at presentation skills for Gr. 11 College English classes. Check out the Green Research Guide’s section on effective presentations and tips on effective PowerPoints on our presentation section (PW in agenda-p22).
Plan ahead knowing there will be limited access. Please respect the classes that are in session and remain quiet.
Monday (HR Day): Periods 2 and 3 Tuesday: Period 2-lab booked, limited computers Wednesday: Period 2-lab booked, limited computers, Period 3-lesson Thursday (Assembly Day): Period 2-lesson, Period 3-lab booked, limited computers Friday: open
The library is reserved for quiet work when a lesson is being taught. Do your part to keep the Library fully accessible during lunch periods: work quietly.
On May 11 – 12 theToronto Comic Arts Festivalis coming to the Toronto Reference Library. Speakers such as Art Spiegelman (Maus), will be featured. Come to the library and see our collection of Graphic Novels down by the Young Adult and White Pine section.
The final due date for all library materials will be the end of May. If materials are needed for a final project, get an extended loan form from a Teacher-Librarian. Students with overdue books (with no extended loans form on file) or unpaid fines will need to go the library to resolve this problem in order to pick up their yearbook.
If you are coming to the library during class, please ask your classroom teacher for a note with your name, time, date and purpose of your visit since our lab/computer space is limited this time of year. There is no guarantee that we can accommodate you since we may be at capacity especially during lunch periods 2 & 3.