Mr. McKillop's Home Page

Welcome to my little portion of the internet. Below you will find a number of different links providing you the parent or student with a wide variety of information about my classes as well as the activities that I am involved in . Everything provided here will have been covered in class and often in greater detail so please make sure to talk with me if you are having problems understanding what is given here.

 
    
Any of the items posted to this site will require either Adobe or a version of Microsoft Word or Powerpoint that is at least 1997 or newer to open.  If you experience issues opening a file using internet explorer, please try another internet browser as we have had some issues with programs and internet explorer recently.  If you are unable to open at home students have access to the necessary software at school.
    
If the information on this page doesn't answer your questions feel free to email me at scott.mckillop@rbe.sk.ca or call the school at 523-3400.
 
 
 
 

LINKS
 
Please click on the following images or the titles under them to get information about the classes and activities I am involved in.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

CLASS RULES AND PROCEDURES

CLASS RULES:

  • Respect your self
    • Come to class
    • Be on time for class
    • Have your stuff (paper, pens, textbooks, etc.)
    • Try your best
  • Respect others
    • Be polite
    • Pay attention when others are talking (this means amongst other things no cell phones or mp 3 players at these times)
    • Argue ideas not people
  • Respect property
    • The room was tidy when you came in - make sure it is the same when you leave
    • If you borrow something, ask AND make sure you return it
  • MP3 Players are allowed but only when student is to be working independently or after an exam
  • Food and drink are allowed until such time as a class starts leaving messes behind
  
  
PROCEDURES:
  • Handing in assignments
    • Make sure assignments are neatly written (or if your hand writing is as bad as Mr. McKillop's typed) or typed if required
    • Make sure your name is on it!  If not expect to lose marks.
    • Hand assignments into the appropriate period drawer by Mr. McKillop's desk - you may hand in early but it will not be marked early
  • Late or leaving early
    • Where at all possible have a parent/guardian call this into the office ahead of time - particularly if you are leaving early
    • If you are just late, come in quietly, sit down without disrupting the class
    • If the door is closed when you arrive knock ONCE and then just wait to be let in
    • If you are more than 5 minutes late, you will need a late slip from the office to get in
    • Be prepared to explain why you are late or needing to leave early
    • If you are often late, expect that a phone call will be made home
  • Missed class(es)
    • It is YOUR responsibility to catch up on missed material
    • If you know ahead of time you will be missing class talk to Mr. McKillop about 1-2 weeks ahead of time and if at all possible you will be provided with materials
    • Upon returning to class check the appropriate drawer by the book shelves for missed handouts or assignments and check with a friend or Mr. McKillop about missed notes
    • Also check this website for some assignments and notes
  • Assignments
    • Due dates are posted in class
    • It is preferred that a physical copy of assignments are handed in, but emailed work will be accepted which may prove usefull if an assignment is late
    • Tests missed due to excused abscences will be written at the first available time upon return and most likely outside of class time
    • Tests missed due to unexcused abscences will recieve a mark of ZERO
  • Late Assignments
    • Assignments are considered late if they are not handed in by the time Mr. McKillop leaves the school on the due late
    • If you had an excused absence take a late slip from the top of the hand in drawers and fill it out and attach to assignment before handing in
    • If your absence was unexcused or the assignment was just late hand it in and it will be subject to the Social Core late policy of 10% off per day to a maximum of 50% of the mark
    • Late assignments may be emailed to me and will be recorded as handed in effectve the time it entered my inbox.  Keep in mind if it is emailed after I leave the school it is still late!  Cut off for a day late on weekends and holidays will be midnight (i.e. an assignment that was due Friday that is emailed to me at 11:59 pm on Saturday will be 1 day late).
    • Late assignments can still be handed in even once the maximum late penalty has been reached.  See Mr. McKillop if you forgot what the cut off dates are to get something marked for a report card or what the final cut off date is.

  

  
 

IMPORTANT DATES
 

Please click on the link below to see a calendar of events

 
  
   



NATIVE STUDIES 30
 
 

Course Outline

    
    
WARNING - Please be advised that the notes and assignments below are NOT a comprehensive list of the material that will be covered in this class.  It is also possible that due to any of a number of factors that we will not cover some of the items given below.  Students are expected to check with Mr. McKillop to see what items are relevent and when they will be important.
    
 
Notes:
    
   
Assignments:
    
 
 
Introduction
Aboriginal Rights
Governance
Land Claims
Economic & Social Development
World's Collide Inherent Rights Indian Act Scavenger Hunt    
Origins Video Essay Aboriginal Governance    
History Project Essay Writing Indian Act    
Researching Style Sheet Indian Act Reading    
  Sample APA Paper      
         
 
 
 
   
 
 

LAW 30
 
Goal of Class: Is to show students how law is in all aspects of our every day lives. We will of course cover the major forms of law (civil and criminal) but will also examine issues of human rights, family law and if time allows look at how law affects consumers and workplaces.
 
   
    
WARNING - Please be advised that the notes and assignments below are NOT a comprehensive list of the material that will be covered in this class.  It is also possible that due to any of a number of factors that we will not cover some of the items given below.  Students are expected to check with Mr. McKillop to see what items are relevent and when they will be important.
    
Notes:
 
Assignments:
   
 

    

        
 
 
 
 
 

SOCIAL STUDIES 30
 
 
Goal of Class: The aim of this class is to give students a background into the historical and current issues that influence Canadian society. We also aim to give the students the ability to collect, understand and communicate knowledge on their own.
 
  
 
  
WARNING - Please be advised that the notes and assignments below are NOT a comprehensive list of the material that will be covered in this class.  It is also possible that due to any of a number of factors that we will not cover some of the items given below.  Students are expected to check with Mr. McKillop to see what items are relevent and when they will be important.
    
Notes:
 
Assignments:
  
      
 
 
   
 


Pyschology 20
 
 
 
    
    
WARNING - Please be advised that the notes and assignments below are NOT a comprehensive list of the material that will be covered in this class.  It is also possible that due to any of a number of factors that we will not cover some of the items given below.  Students are expected to check with Mr. McKillop to see what items are relevent and when they will be important.
    
 
Notes:
   
Assignments:
 
Readings:
 
Introduction Who Am I Making Sense of Our World Social Situations
Learning Tree Chapters Picking Your Brain Chapters   Attraction Chapters
      Motivation & Emotion Chapters
      Becoming a Gang Member

  

   
 

TAG / LIFE TRANSITIONS
 
Goal of Class: The goals are two fold. First by placing students into small groups and keeping them together for four years we hope to overcome some of the issues of a large high school being impersonal and intimidating. Second we look to enable students to acquire and refine the knowledge, skills and abilites that they will need throughout life.
    
 

To receive reminders of assignments to your phone text:  @mckillop to: (780) 628-1806 Parents are also welecome to join and recieve the messages.

    
    
 
Scholarships and Grad information: Any scholarship and grad information will be read during tag when it is recieved and then posted by the door.  Students are also STRONGLY recommended to follow Guidance on twitter and to check messages in their My BluePrint acccounts.
 
Notes & Assignments:
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

Native Studies 10
 
Course Outline
    
  
WARNING - Please be advised that the notes and assignments below are NOT a comprehensive list of the material that will be covered in this class.  It is also possible that due to any of a number of factors that we will not cover some of the items given below.  Students are expected to check with Mr. McKillop to see what items are relevent and when they will be important.
       
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HISTORY 10

  

Goals:  The goal of the grade 10 history is to help students gain an understanding of the basic orgainzations of industrialized, democratic societies.  The history program uses the past to show how fundamental social organizations developed in the late eighteenth and nineteenthcenturies.

    

To receive reminders of assignments to your phone text:  @mrmckillop to:  (780) 628-1806 Parents are also welecome to join and recieve the messages.

       

Course Outline

  

WARNING - Please be advised that the notes and assignments below are NOT a comprehensive list of the material that will be covered in this class.  It is also possible that due to any of a number of factors that we will not cover some of the items given below.  Students are expected to check with Mr. McKillop to see what items are relevent and when they will be important.

  

Notes:

Political Decision Making Economic Decision Making Development of Nations States Imperialism and International Relations
 Social Contract  Economics Comparison  Changing Social Contract  Causes of World War I Reading
 Worldview  Introduction & Traditional Economies  Political Ideologies  Causes of World War I
 Iroquoian Confederation  Command Economies  Nationalism  
 Hobbes & Locke  Market Economies  German Unification  
 French Politics  Industrial Revolution Economics    
 Napoleon  Industrial Revolution    
       

 

  

Assignments:

Political Decision Making Economic Decision Making Development of Nations States Imperialism and International Relations

 Iroquois Government

Q & A

 Industrial Revolution Q & A  Essay  World War I Video
 Iroquois Government Textbook  Industrial Revolution Ad  How to write an essay  The Tangled Web
 Long Live the King    Note taking sheet  Technology of WW I
 French Revolution Presentation    Example organizer sheet  
 French Revolution Video    APA Style Sheet  
Good Researching Tips    Example APA Paper  
    Parliament Debate Activity  
    Debate Info Sheet  

 

     

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MOCK TRIAL
Student Information:
Case 2013
Tournament Guide
Permission Slip
Practice Dates: Every Monday and Wednesday 3:30 - 5:00 and Saturday 10:00 - 12:00 as needed
Competition: Saturday April 21 - Saskatoon

 

 

SOCCER
 
Practices:  Monday and Wednesday 4:00 - 5:30 weather permitting
 
Team Roster
 
Game and Practice Schedule
 
Please note that players MUST have their health form in to be allowed to play!
     
Players must have paid their team fees by Oct. 1.
   
All uniforms (shorts and tops) must be handed in at the end of the season.
    
Windup -
    
 

DEBATE
GO TO SEBA's Website for information on resolutions and competition dates. http://www.saskdebate.com/
First Meeting: Sept. 13 @ noon in D5
Debate Workshop:
Practices: 
Competition Dates: