- The Weekend is the greatest Canadian
2. He is the Greatest Canadian because he puts in a lot of effort to improve his songs.
3. My speech went well, because I put in a lot of information into my speech, I stood tall and made sure my paper was not all up in my face. And I spoke loud and clear.
4. My top 5 tips for myself and friends: – Stand tall make sure your paper is not in front of your face. – Speak loud and clear so your peers are able to hear what you are saying – Look up off of your paper/cue cards. It makes it seem like you know more about it.
– practice your speech – Speed and rate because you don’t want to be too fast or too slow.
5. The second greatest Canadian is Terry Fox because, he ran across Canada to raise money for cancer research, schools around Canada do the Terry Fox Run.
1. The people who were in my group were, Macoy, Alena and Thor.
2. Me and Macoy planned the game board, we also designed the game board. The 2 of us worked on questions, Alena helped us write questions down, but Thor didn’t participate much.
3. The oldest person gets to go 1st the 2nd person would go 2nd etc, It was basically a race to the finish line, to get there you had to answer questions so if you got the answer correct you’d have to move forward but if you got the answer incorrect you’d have to move 1 spot, on some of the spots there was a de-tour to a specific space like you’d have to go back 4 spots or 3 spots and so on, the last person to finish basically comes 3rd or 4th depending on how many players are playing.
4. I don’t think the game board was any good because 2 out of 4 people did most of the work and it was hard to finish in like 3 classes with only 2 students doing all of the work. If we had more times I feel like we would’ve gotten more time to add more details to our game board.
5. I would encourage them to do work because it was a group project, I would yell at them because it would really get on my nerves if they didn’t do anything.
6. I think Justin and his group had the best game because it was creative, the questions were good and I enjoyed playing it. If you didn’t get the answer right you had to roll a dice and whatever it landed on thats how many spots you’d had to move.
7. I would give our board game a 5 because the questions were not as easy too answer, and the creativity that was put in the board game was not as basic. The game pieces were a little simple because they were just coins.
8. 1. There are 6 indoor pools in Surrey. 2.There was 19 Elementary schools. 3. There are 20 high schools in surrey. 4. Surrey is one of the liveliest and fastest growing city in metro Vancouver. 5. The estimated population of Surrey is that 508,040 residents live in Surrey.
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