Students will start recording their players' point totals tomorrow, using their French exercise books. They will have a chance to do this in the morning (in place of Saviez-vous que for the time being), but I am sure many will be interested in finding out before they get to school. To that end, here are some links to a few sites that will help students find these stats:
- This is the RDS player stats site, and is a great way for students to work in French as they complete the project. This is the site we will be using in school.
- If using the French site proves too difficult at first, students can use this TSN page. The link http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/scores/ should also have all the info you need.
- If all else fails, this is the official NHL Playoffs page. Also, if you go to the "Stats" page and look under "Individuals", you can specify exactly what information you are looking for.
The science test is tomorrow, and most students seem well-prepared. I will stress again that ALL MATERIAL ON THE TEST is taken directly from students' study guides. For that reason, there will be no need to ask for help or clarification during the test. Good Luck!
I'm off to prepare for the next couple of days, but if you have any questions about anything (ArtsSmarts interviews, Personal Projects, etc.) please let me know via email.