Transcript: Student Session 1 | Aug 24, 1998

The opening slate pops up with a countdown timer from 7 seconds and the title “TVO’s Virtual Classroom. Get connected.”
The “V” in “Virtual” is a tick, the “A” in “classroom” is an at sign with an extended loop that turns into a power cord with a plug at the end, and the first “O” in “classroom” is a spinning globe.

Miss G and Mister C sit in the studio.

Miss G is in her early thirties, with long wavy red hair in a low ponytail. She wears a white T-shirt with a print on the front that reads “American Eagle,” a blue cap and a pair of hood earrings.

Mister C is in his early forties, with short wavy brown hair and a trimmed beard. He wears glasses, a white T-shirt with Einstein’s face printed on the front, suspenders and a black cap.

Miss G says in her
She says GOOD AFTERNOON.
IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY
PROBLEMS AT ALL LOGGING ON,
WHAT WE ASK YOU TO DO IS
LOG OFF AND TRY AGAIN.
WHAT ARE YOU DOING, MISTER C?

Mister C grabs a magnifying glass and looks around.

Mister C says I'M LOOKING FOR CLUES.

Miss G says AND WHAT KIND OF CLUES?

Mister C says I HEAR THERE'S
A MYSTERY ABOUT.
AND YOU KNOW, I
JUST LOVE MYSTERIES.

Miss G says WELL, IF YOU LOVE MYSTERIES,
I THINK WE MAY HAVE ONE HERE.
LOOK, THIS EMAIL ARRIVED
ADDRESSED TO S. DESCARTES.
KNOW ANYONE OF THAT NAME?

Mister C says NO.

Miss G says AND THIS WAS WITH IT.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF TWO KIDS.

Black and white pictures of a preteen boy and a girl in her mid-teens appear on screen.

Mister C says OH, HEY, I KNOW
WHO THESE KIDS ARE.
THAT'S RENE AND ISAAC.
I TAUGHT THEM IN GRADE SEVEN.
AND YOU KNOW WHAT?
THEY TOLD ME I WAS THEIR
FAVOURITE TEACHER.

Miss G says WELL, IN THAT CASE, WHY DON'T
YOU PUT THEM UP ON THE MAP
OF THE WORLD THERE.
MAYBE THERE'S MORE TO
IT THAN THAT, MISTER C.
SOUNDS LIKE YOUR TWO FANS,
RENE AND ISAAC, MIGHT BE
IN TROUBLE.
I THINK WE MAY NEED
SOME HELP HERE.
ANY VOLUNTEERS?
WE NEED YOUR HELP.
IF YOU WANT TO HELP US, LIFT
UP YOUR RECEIVER, PRESS POUND
EIGHT, AND PUT
DOWN YOUR RECEIVER.
THAT WILL TELL US IF YOU
ARE THERE TO HELP US.
AGAIN, LIFT UP YOUR RECEIVER,
YOU PRESS POUND, THEN THE
NUMBER EIGHT, AND PUT
DOWN YOUR RECEIVER.
THIS WILL LET US KNOW
IF YOU WANT TO HELP.
AFTER THAT, I WILL
READ YOU THE EMAIL.
I CAN SEE THAT WE HAVE
SEVERAL THAT WANT TO HELP US.

Mister C says THAT'S GOOD.
THAT'S GOOD.

Miss G says GREAT, IN THAT CASE, IF YOU
WANT TO HELP US LISTEN TO THE
EMAIL THAT WE'VE RECEIVED.
WHAT KIND OF A
NAME IS JEWELS?

The email reads “You are in great danger. Perhaps, a fate worse than death. Follow my instructions without variance. You will find three tickets to the blue Jay game tonight at the Skydome, René, the tickets are taped inside the back cover of your math binder. Watch the Jumbotron ant the end of the fourth inning. Be prepared to draw what you see. I will not divulge to you who I am but I’m looking out for your best interests! Signed Jewel.”

Mister C says JEWELS?
JULES VERNE.
ISN'T THAT THE
NAME OF AN AUTHOR?

Miss G says WELL, IT COULDN'T HAVE BEEN
HIM WHO WROTE THE EMAIL.
HE'S DEAD.

Mister C says HE'S DEAD, BUT HIS
BOOKS STILL LIVE.
MAYBE ONE OF OUR STUDENTS OUT
THERE KNOWS THE NAME OF A
BOOK HE MIGHT HAVE WRITTEN.

Miss G says GREAT IDEA.
YOU'RE GOING TO NEED YOUR
PHONES FOR THIS QUESTION:

A slate pops up with question number one. It reads “Which of the following books did Jules Verne write? 1- Alice in Wonderland; 2- Kidnapped; 3- Around the World in 80 Days or 4- Diary of Anne Frank.”

A percentage bar next to the question starts filling up.

A bar chart with the results appears on screen. 36 percent answered 3-Around the World in 80 Days, 5 percent answered 2-Kidnapped and 0 gave any of the other options.

Mister C says WE'RE BEGINNING
TO SEE RESULTS.
THAT'S FANTASTIC.
YOU KNOW WHAT?
YOU KNOW WHAT I SEE?
AH, THERE IT IS.
WE SEE THAT ABOUT THREE OR
FOUR PEOPLE THINK IT WAS
KIDNAPPED, ONE PERSON
ALICE
IN WONDERLAND,
BUT THE VAST
MAJORITY HAVE IT RIGHT --
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS.

Miss G says YOU KNOW, THIS WAS ATTACHED
TO OUR EMAIL AS WELL, MISTER C.

Mister C says MUST BE A CLUE.

Miss G says UH-HUH.

Mister C says NO, LOOK, TAKE
A LOOK AT THIS.
THIS ONE IS ABOUT JUMBOTRON.
RECTANGLES, WELL, THAT COULD
BE LIKE THE JUMBOTRON.

He goes over some assignment sheets with rectangles and the word Jumbotron all over them.

Miss G says TRUE.

Mister C says OH, A REFERENCE AGAIN TO
JUMBOTRON... AND AGAIN.
AND LOOK AT THAT, THAT KIND
OF LOOKS LIKE A JUMBOTRON.
AND EVEN THIS EXERCISE SEEMS
TO BE ABOUT THE JUMBOTRON.
HMM, I WONDER IF
THERE'S A CONNECTION?
JUMBOTRON... BLUE JAYS?
ARE YOU THINKING
WHAT I'M THINKING?

Miss G says THE SKYDOME.

Mister C says OH, HECK!
ISN'T THAT WEIRD?
I WAS AT THE SKYDOME
JUST LAST WEEK.

(music plays)

A video rolls. Mister C is inside the Skydome.

He says EVERYWHERE I GO I FIND
MATHEMATICS ALL AROUND ME.
AND THIS MORNING, I'M IN
A REALLY SPECIAL SPOT.
I'M AT THE SKYDOME
IN DOWNTOWN TORONTO.
AND YOU KNOW, IT'S JUST SUCH A
MASSIVE BUILDING, I'VE GOT TO
FIND OUT ABOUT IT.
AND TODAY, I'VE GOT DEBORAH
KNIGHT WITH ME, THE MANAGER
OF PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR THE
SKYDOME TO HELP ME OUT.

Deborah is in her mid-forties, with long slightly wavy blond hair with bangs. She wears a fitted black coat.

She says HI, MISTER C, WELCOME
TO SKYDOME.

Mister C says OH, I'M JUST SO
GLAD TO BE HERE.
CAN YOU TELL ME A LITTLE BIT
ABOUT THE FACTS AND FIGURES OF
THIS MASSIVE BUILDING?
LIKE FOR INSTANCE, JUST
HOW BIG ACROSS IS IT?
HOW WIDE IS IT?

Deborah says IT'S 213 METRES IN DIAMETER.

An aerial view shows the exterior of a rounded, spaceship-like building.

Mister C says WHEN YOU SAY DIAMETER, DO YOU
MEAN THE BUILDING IS PRETTY
MUCH CIRCULAR?

Deborah says IT IS.
AS YOU KNOW, WE CAN FIT IN
BASEBALL, AND FOOTBALL,
AND BOTH THOSE
SPORTS ARE CIRCULAR.

Mister C says CAN YOU TELL ME, HOW
TALL IS THIS BUILDING?

Deborah says IT'S ACTUALLY 86 METRES TALL.

Mister C says OH, 86 METRES.
LET ME GET A HANDLE ON THAT.
THERE'S AN APARTMENT
BUILDING DOWN THE STREET.
IT'S ABOUT 8 STOREYS TALL.
CAN I FIT THAT IN HERE?

Deborah says OH, FOR SURE.

Mister C says REALLY?
YOU'RE NOT KIDDING ME?

Deborah says REALLY.

Mister C says OKAY.
YOU KNOW, IF I GO A LITTLE BIT
CLOSER TO DOWNTOWN, 20 STOREY
BUILDING, NO WAY
IT FITS IN HERE.

Deborah says OH, IT FITS IN
WITH ROOM TO SPARE.

Mister C says 28 STOREYS?

Deborah says YEAH.

Mister C says COME ON, HOW TALL IS
THIS BUILDING THEN?

Deborah says 31 STOREYS.

Mister C says 31 STOREYS.
CAN YOU GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE OF
A LANDMARK THAT MIGHT HELP
PEOPLE UNDERSTAND
WHAT 31 STOREYS IS?

Deborah says HOW ABOUT THE
STATUE OF LIBERTY?

Mister C says THE STATUE OF LIBERTY FITS
IN HERE, INCLUDING THAT BIG
TORCH ON TOP?

Deborah says IT CERTAINLY DOES.
AND THERE IS SOME
ROOM TO SPARE.

Mister C says WE'VE TALKED ABOUT WIDTH,
WE'VE TALKED ABOUT HEIGHT,
BUT THIS IS ONE BIG FISH BOWL.
IT'S GOT A HUGE VOLUME.
CAN YOU TELL ME HOW MUCH
VOLUME THIS STADIUM HAS?

Deborah says IT'S 1.6 MILLION
CUBIC METRES.

Mister C says FANTASTIC.
THAT'S JUST HUGE.
WHEN YOU BUILT THE SKYDOME,
YOU MUST HAVE USED A LOT
OF CONCRETE.
BUT I LOOK AT THAT CN TOWER NEXT
DOOR, AND IT'S ALL CONCRETE.
I BET YOU THERE'S MORE
CONCRETE IN THE CN TOWER
THAN THIS BUILDING.

Deborah says IN FACT, WE HAVE DOUBLE
THE AMOUNT OF CONCRETE
IN THIS BUILDING.
WE HAVE 135,000 CUBIC METRES.

Mister C says THAT'S A LOT OF CONCRETE.
I'M KIND OF INTERESTED IN
THE PEOPLE SITTING IN THIS
BUILDING BECAUSE, AFTER ALL,
A STADIUM IS FOR PEOPLE.
AND WE'RE STANDING RIGHT
NOW ON THE RAPTOR'S COURT.
AND WE SEE THE
SEATING AROUND US.
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN SIT
HERE FOR A RAPTORS GAME?

Deborah says IF THE RAPTORS GAME WAS FULLY
SOLD OUT, THERE WOULD BE
37,000 FANS HERE.

Mister C says THAT'S AMAZING.
HOW MANY WOULD BE IN HERE
FOR A PACKED STADIUM WITH
THE BLUE JAYS?

Deborah says 51,570.

Mister C says OH, IT'S EVEN MORE, EH?
SO IF THE BACKSTREET BOYS WERE
HERE, HOW MANY PEOPLE WOULD
BE HERE?

Deborah says ABOUT 10,000 PEOPLE WERE
HERE FOR BACKSTREET BOYS.

Mister C says THAT'S A LOT LESS.
WHY?

Deborah says WELL, WE HAVE A CONFIGURATION
HERE KNOWN AS SKY TENT.
AND SKY TENT IS A DRAPING
SYSTEM THAT GOES ACROSS THE
SKYDOME, HALFWAY, SO THAT
PEOPLE CAN FEEL A LITTLE MORE
INTIMATE IN A SETTING WHERE
THE STAGE IS CLOSER TO THEM.

Mister C says THAT'S AMAZING.
WELL, THAT TELLS
ME A WHOLE LOT.
AND I THINK MAYBE WE SHOULD GO
UP TO THE FIFTH DECK AND JUST
TAKE A LOOK FROM UP THERE AND
ASK YOU A COUPLE MORE QUESTIONS.

Deborah says OKAY, LET'S GO.

Mister C says HEY, WE'RE UP ON THE 500
LEVEL OF THE SKYDOME, AREN'T WE?

Deborah says YES, WE ARE.

Mister C says YOU GET A GREAT VIEW OF
THE FIELD FROM UP HERE.
JUST HOW BIG IS THAT
FIELD DOWN THERE?

Deborah says IT'S ACTUALLY
13,300 SQUARE METRES.

Mister C says OH, THAT'S SOMETHING ELSE.
BUT YOU KNOW I HAVE A LITTLE
BIT OF DIFFICULTY GETTING A
HANDLE ON JUST
HOW BIG THAT IS.
HOW ABOUT AIRPLANES?
WHAT ABOUT 747s.
HOW MANY 747s COULD
YOU GET DOWN THERE?

Deborah says YOU COULD FIT EIGHT
747s ON THE FIELD.

Mister C says OH, THEY'RE HUGE, TOO.
I CAN JUST IMAGINE THAT.
BUILDINGS.
LET'S SEE, IN ROME, THE
COLISEUM, WOULD IT FIT IN HERE?

Deborah says IT CERTAINLY WOULD.

Mister C says WOW, JUST SOMETHING ELSE.
IS THERE A BUILDING CLOSER TO
HOME THAT WOULD ALSO FIT IN
HERE THAT EVERYBODY
WOULD KNOW ABOUT?

Deborah says I THINK SO.
THE TORONTO EATON CENTRE.

Mister C says THE EATON CENTRE
WOULD FIT INSIDE HERE?

Deborah says IT WOULD.

Mister C says THAT'S SOMETHING ELSE.
THAT'S JUST SO AMAZING.
WOW, LOOK AT THAT BIG
TV SCREEN OVER THERE.
JUST WHAT IS THAT?

A huge screen appears.

Deborah says THAT'S OUR JUMBOTRON.
JUMBOTRON IS ONE OF THE
WORLD'S LARGEST VIDEO BOARDS.

Mister C says HOW BIG IS IT?

Deborah says IT'S 10 METRES BY
33 AND A HALF METRES.

Mister C says IT'S MADE UP OF A WHOLE BUNCH
OF LITTLE LIGHTS, I BELIEVE.
CAN YOU TELL ME
HOW MANY THERE ARE?

Deborah says THERE ARE EXACTLY
67,200 TRINILIGHTS.

Mister C says YOU KNOW SOMETHING, I THINK
THAT'S THE MAKING OF A MATH
PROBLEM FOR THIS
VIRTUAL CLASSROOM.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR
HELPING ME OUT TODAY.

Deborah says YOU'RE WELCOME.

NOW, WE ARE GOING TO SEE
JUST WHO WAS LISTENING AND
PAYING ATTENTION.
THAT'S THE BEAUTY OF
INTERACTIVE TELEVISION.
WE'RE GOING TO ASK YOU A
QUESTION, AND YOU DO NEED
YOUR PHONES.
AND THE ANSWER WAS
SAID IN THE VIDEO.

The second question appears on screen. It reads “How many Trinilights in the Jumbotron? 1- 1,240; 2- 32,600; 3- 67,200 or 4- 224,000.”

The percentage bar next to the question starts rising up.

Mister C says RESULTS ARE
COMING IN QUICKLY.
YOU KNOW, WE COULD PERHAPS
LOOK AT THE LAST PART OF THAT
TAPE TO SHOW YOU THAT, IN FACT,
THE ANSWER WAS REALLY THERE.
SO LET'S RUN THAT
LAST PART OF THE TAPE.

They roll the part of the tape with the answer.

Mister C says IT'S MADE UP OF A WHOLE BUNCH
OF LITTLE LIGHTS, I BELIEVE.
CAN YOU TELL ME
HOW MANY THERE ARE?

Deborah says THERE ARE EXACTLY
67,200 TRINILIGHTS.

Mister C says HEY, 67,200.
I THINK WE HAVE THE SCREEN.
CAN YOU PUT UP THE
GRAPH FOR ME, PLEASE?
LOOK AT THAT.
THE VAST MAJORITY OF YOU, BY
FAR AND AWAY, GOT IT RIGHT.
SO YOU WERE REALLY LISTENING.
HEY, THAT'S SOMETHING ELSE.

The results show 42 percent for option 3, 12 percent for option 2, 6 percent for option 4 and cero percent for option 1.

FABULOUS.
WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU.
YOU KNOW, MISTER C, THIS MIGHT
SOUND A LITTLE BIT CRAZY,
BUT YOU THINK THERE MIGHT BE
A CONNECTION BETWEEN RENE
AND ISAAC'S EMAIL AND
THE NUMBER 67,200?
HMM...

A slate pops up with the caption “The plot thickens! Can there be a connection?

Mister C says HEY, WE'RE BACK.
HI, LORRAINE.

Lorraine says HI, STEWART.

Stewart says HERE WE ARE AND WE'RE READY
TO WELCOME YOU TO A MYSTERY
MATH SERIES IN THE
VIRTUAL CLASSROOM.
I GOT TO TELL YOU A LITTLE BIT
ABOUT WHAT YOU JUST SAW AND
WHERE WE ARE KIND OF GOING.
WHAT YOU JUST SAW FOR THE LAST
10-15 MINUTES OR SO IS OUR
PLAYING A ROLE, MYSELF AND
LORRAINE, WE'RE MISTER C.
AND MISS G. RESPECTIVELY.
AND AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH
PROGRAM ON MONDAY, IN FACT,
YOU ARE GOING TO SEE
US PLAY THIS ROLE.
IN FACT, WHAT WE'RE DOING
DURING THAT PERIOD OF TIME IS
HELPING THE TWO YOUNG
PROTAGONISTS IN OUR MYSTERY,
RENE AND ISAAC.
WHEN YOU SEE US TAKE OFF OUR
HATS, HALFWAY THROUGH THE
PROGRAM ON MONDAYS, WE ARE
GOING BACK TO A ROLE WHICH IS
MORE AKIN TO THE TEACHER.
AND THEN WE GO FROM THERE.
NOW, WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO DO
AT THIS POINT IS TO TELL YOU A
LITTLE BIT ABOUT HOW THE
ENTIRE WEEK WORKS SO YOU HAVE
SOME SENSE OF WHAT HAPPENS
ON A DAY-TO-DAY BASIS.

He shows a sheet of paper that reads “Monday: set the context, review the story and introduce the week’s problem set.”

He shows another sheet of paper that reads “Tuesday: short lesson on one of the required skill areas and questions and answers.”

Stewart says ONE OF THE THINGS WE REALLY
WANT TO HIGHLIGHT IS ONE AREA,
ONE SKILL AREA, WHERE WE WILL
ACTUALLY TEACH A SHORT LESSON.
AND IN THAT LESSON, HOPEFULLY
IT WILL HELP YOU DO THE
PROBLEMS THAT ARE IN YOUR
PROBLEM SET FOR THE WEEK.
THE OTHER THING THAT'S PRETTY
IMPORTANT THING ON THAT DAY IS
YOU MAY NEED CLARIFICATION
OF SOME OF THE PROBLEMS AND
SOME OF THE QUESTIONS, AND WE
WILL ATTEMPT TO ANSWER THOSE
QUESTIONS OVER THE AIR.
AND THAT'S REALLY CRITICAL,
OTHERWISE FINISHING THE
EXERCISE MIGHT BE
A BIT DIFFICULT.
THERE IS A THIRD THING, AS
WELL, THAT WE WILL BE DOING
ON TUESDAY.
THREE OR FOUR SCHOOLS EVERY
WEEK, WILL BE CHOSEN PRETTY
MUCH AT RANDOM, BUT WE'LL MAKE
SURE EVERYBODY GETS HIT MORE
OR LESS EQUALLY, TO PREPARE
ANSWERS FOR CERTAIN PROBLEMS
THAT WILL BE TAKEN UP
ON THE THURSDAY PROGRAM.
NOW, WHAT WILL HAPPEN THERE IS
WE WILL CHOOSE, SAY, A SCHOOL
LIKE JACK MINER, OR PERHAPS
ELGIN AVENUE, AND WE'LL SAY
SOMEBODY IN THE AUDIENCE IN
THAT SCHOOL, OR IN THAT CLASS,
WILL HAVE TO PROVIDE AN ANSWER
FOR, SAY, QUESTION TWO.
AND ON THE THURSDAY, THAT
PERSON WOULD PHONE IN, JUST AS
THEY WOULD PHONE IN TODAY,
ANSWER THE QUESTION, WE WOULD
RECORD IT HERE, AND THEN
DISCUSS IT, AND PERHAPS EVEN
TAKE MORE PHONE CALLS
ABOUT THAT, AS WELL.
SO EVERY TUESDAY WE'LL BE
MAKING OUR ASSIGNMENTS AS TO
WHAT SCHOOLS WILL HAVE TO
ANSWER WHICH QUESTIONS.
IT'S UP TO YOU IN THE CLASS WHO
EXACTLY WILL GET ON THE PHONE.
AND LAST BUT NOT
LEAST IS THE THURSDAY.

He shows another sheet of paper that reads “Thursday: take up problem set, introduce a new mathematic idea and analyze mystery clues.”

Stewart says WELL, I'VE ALREADY SUGGESTED
WHAT WE ARE GOING TO DO ON THE
THURSDAY IS WE ARE GOING TO
TAKE UP THE PROBLEM SET.
AND THAT'S AN
INTERACTIVE PROCESS.
WE NEED YOUR ANSWERS.
AND WE HAVE TO DISCUSS THOSE
ANSWERS WITH THE WHOLE CROWD.
EVERYBODY, ALL EIGHT SCHOOLS.
AND WE WANT SOME FEEDBACK
AS MUCH AS WE POSSIBLY CAN.
BUT WHAT WE WILL DO IS
WE'LL TRY TO CLARIFY ANY
MISUNDERSTANDINGS AND MAKE
SURE THE ANSWERS ARE BASICALLY
HEADING IN THE
RIGHT DIRECTION.
SO THAT'S THE FIRST
THING WE'LL DO.
THE SECOND THING WE'LL DO, AND
I THINK THIS IS ONE OF THE
NICE THINGS ABOUT THE
PROGRAM, IS WE'LL TAKE ONE
MATHEMATICAL IDEA, SOMETHING
NEW, SOMETHING YOU PROBABLY
WON'T FIND IN YOUR TEXTBOOK,
AND ACTUALLY DO A LITTLE
MINIATURE LESSON ON IT,
PROBABLY FIVE TO TEN MINUTES,
AND IT'S MAYBE JUST A NEW
THING IN MATHEMATICS THAT YOU
CAN TAKE AWAY WITH YOU AND
PROBABLY USE AT ONE TIME OR
ANOTHER LATER ON IN MATH.
AT THAT POINT, WE'VE BEEN
TEACHERS FOR A WHILE ON
THURSDAY, RIGHT?

Lorraine says YES.

Stewart says WE WILL PUT OUR HATS
BACK ON, ABOUT HALFWAY OR
THREE-QUARTERS OF THE WAY
THROUGH THE PROGRAM, AND GO
BACK INTO OUR PERSONAS,
MISTER C. AND MISS G.
AND WE'LL GO ABOUT THE
BUSINESS OF BASICALLY
ANALYZING THE MYSTERY CLUES.
AND MAKE SURE WE'RE READY TO
LEAP INTO THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
YOU WILL FIND WHEN WE'VE
ANALYZED THE MYSTERY CLUES,
THAT WE WILL COME TO SOME KIND
OF CONCLUSION ON THURSDAY
WHICH WILL ACTUALLY GIVE US
SOME INSTRUCTION ABOUT WHAT
WE ARE DOING NEXT WEEK.
AND EVERY SCHOOL THAT'S WITH
US TODAY, IN TURN, ONE SCHOOL
AT A TIME OVER THE COURSE OF
EIGHT WEEKS WILL, IN FACT,
HAVE TO DO A LITTLE BIT OF
RESEARCH OVER THE WEEKEND
AND RESPOND ON THE
FOLLOWING MONDAY.
NOW, THERE'S ONE OTHER THING
THAT I WANTED TO ADDRESS
AT THIS POINT.
AND THAT IS PLATO MATHEMATICS.
NOW, SOME OF THE SCHOOLS
HAVE BEEN SET UP WITH
PLATO MATHEMATICS.
AND THAT IS A SOFTWARE PROGRAM
SO THAT STUDENTS HAVE AN
OPPORTUNITY TO PRACTICE SOME
SKILLS THEY MAY NOT BE SO SURE
ABOUT THAT RELATE TO THE
MYSTERY PACKAGE THAT WE ARE
PROVIDING FOR YOU.
NOW, FOR THIS FIRST WEEK, YOU
MAY WANT TO TAKE A NOTE OF THIS.

He shows another sheet of paper that reads “Pre-algebra course number 1: basic number ideas, odd, even, prime and composite numbers.

Stewart says THAT WILL ACTUALLY HELP YOU
DO SOME OF THE MATHEMATICS
THAT ARE IN THE FIRST
SET OF EXERCISES.
SO THAT'S BASICALLY WHAT GOES
ON OVER THE COURSE OF A WEEK.

Lorraine says WELL, I THINK IT'S
TIME NOW FOR A QUESTION.
WHAT THREE THINGS DO YOU
NEED TO SOLVE A MYSTERY?
CALL US NOW BY LIFTING UP YOUR
RECEIVER AND PRESSING POUND
NINE AND PUTTING
DOWN YOUR RECEIVER.
WHEN YOU HEAR YOUR PHONE
RINGING, LIFT IT UP, AND THIS
MEANS WE'RE CONNECTED.
SO ONCE AGAIN --

Stewart says I'M READY TO WRITE.
SOON AS WE'VE GOT
SOMEBODY ONBOARD.

Lorraine says WHAT THREE THINGS DO YOU
NEED TO SOLVE A PROBLEM?
WE DO HAVE A FEW
HERE CALLING IN.
HELLO.
HI.

The caller says HELLO?

Stewart says IS THIS BRENDA?

The caller says YES.

Lorraine says HI, BRENDA.
CAN YOU GIVE US ONE THING ONE
NEEDS TO SOLVE A MYSTERY?

Brenda says CLUES.

Lorraine says CLUES, OKAY, I'LL
WRITE THAT DOWN.

Stewart says OKAY, THAT'S ONE THING.

Lorraine says CAN YOU THINK OF
SOMETHING ELSE?

Brenda says NO.

Lorraine says YOU'RE NOT SURE?
YOU GAVE US A GREAT ONE.
THANKS, BRENDA.

Brenda says YOU'RE WELCOME.

Lorraine says NOW, WE'RE GOING TO TRY
ASHLEY FROM ELGIN AVENUE,
I BELIEVE.

Stewart says ELGIN AVENUE?

Lorraine says HELLO?

Stewart says HELLO, ERIC.
HI, ERIC.
CAN YOU GIVE US ONE THING ONE
NEEDS TO SOLVE A MYSTERY?

Eric says A SUSPECT?

Lorraine says GREAT.

Stewart says CAN I ASK ERIC A QUESTION?

Eric says YEAH.

Stewart says ERIC, DID YOU RECOGNIZE
ANYBODY EARLIER ON?

Eric says PARDON?

Stewart says WHEN YOU SAW THE TWO
PROTAGONISTS, BY ANY CHANCE,
DID YOU RECOGNIZE
EITHER ISAAC OR RENE?
ACTUALLY, SEE THE
PICTURE IS HERE.
I'M JUST GOING TO
PUT IT BACK ON.

He shows again the black and white picture of a pre-teen boy.

Stewart says I'M PLAYING A LITTLE
GAME HERE, I REALIZE.
DO YOU RECOGNIZE
THAT PERSON?
[laughter]
WE'RE GETTING A RESPONSE.
THERE YOU ARE.
SUSPECTS, HE SAID.
THAT'S GREAT, THANK
YOU VERY MUCH, ERIC.

Lorraine says THANK YOU.

Stewart says OKAY, NOW OUT OF INTEREST,
THE REASON ERIC MIGHT
RECOGNIZE THE PROTAGONIST
ISAAC, IT TURNS OUT THIS YOUNG
MAN WE'RE USING AS THE MODEL
FOR OUR PROTAGONIST IS, IN
FACT, ONE OF MY BEST FRIEND'S
SON, AND HE HAPPENS TO BE
GOING TO ELGIN
AVENUE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
SO I JUST THOUGHT IT WOULD BE
KIND OF FUN TO ACTUALLY SEE
IF THEY ACTUALLY
RECOGNIZE HIM.
THAT'S GREAT.
SUSPECTS.
HAVE WE GOT ANY
OTHER CALLERS?

Lorraine says I BELIEVE STEPHANIE,
ARE YOU ON THE LINE?

The caller says YES, I AM.

Lorraine says HI, CAN YOU
SHARE WITH US?
HELLO?

Stephanie says HI.

Lorraine says HI, STEPHANIE.
CAN YOU SHARE WITH US WHAT
ONE NEEDS TO SOLVE A MYSTERY?

Stephanie says PROOF.

Lorraine and Stewart say PROOF.

Lorraine says GREAT, THANKS.

Stephanie says YOU'RE WELCOME.
BYE.

Lorraine says BYE.

Stewart says MAYBE ONE MORE.

Lorraine says WE'LL TRY ONE MORE HERE.
FROM ELGIN AVENUE.
JEFF, I BELIEVE.
HELLO.

Stewart says WE'RE STILL WAITING.
I GUESS WE'RE
GETTING CLOSE NOW.

Lorraine says HELLO?

The caller says HELLO?

Lorraine says HI, AND YOU NAME IS?

The caller says YOU NEED A MOTIVE.

Lorraine says VERY GOOD.

Stewart says A MOTIVE.
EXCELLENT.
WELL, I THINK IT'S ABOUT TIME
I KIND OF COMMENTED ON THIS.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
WHAT YOU HAVE HERE IS
YOU'VE MENTIONED CLUES.
NO MATTER WHAT, EVERY
MYSTERY REQUIRES CLUES.
BUT THERE ARE THREE THINGS
YOU ARE TRYING TO FIND
WITH THE CLUES.
LIKEWISE, ANY MYSTERY, INDEED,
SHOULD HAVE SOME SUSPECTS.
AND AGAIN, YOU NEED THREE
THINGS TO FIND OUT WHO THE
SUSPECTS ARE, AND THEN
EVENTUALLY NARROW THEM DOWN.
AND PROOF IS ALL ABOUT
THESE GUYS UP HERE.

He encloses clues, suspects and proof.

Stewart says ONE OF THE THINGS YOU
DID MENTION, MOTIVE.
MOTIVE IS DEFINITELY ONE OF
THE THINGS YOU HAVE TO FIND
OUT ABOUT.
MOTIVE, AFTER ALL, SPEAKS
TO WHY SOMEBODY DID IT.
NOW, THERE ARE TWO OTHER
THINGS, I'M GOING TO PUT THEM
UP HERE.
THE SECOND ONE IS MEANS.
NOW, IS THERE ANYBODY OUT
THERE, I'M GOING TO ASK OUT
AND SEE IF ANYBODY IS
PREPARED TO RESPOND.
WHAT DO I MEAN BY 'MEANS'?

Lorraine says YOU'RE SAYING THE FIRST BEING
MOTIVE, THE SECOND MEANS.

Stewart says AND I HAVEN'T GOT
TO THE THIRD ONE YET.

Lorraine says OKAY.
HELLO?
HI, MIKE?

Stewart says MIKE, ARE YOU THERE?

Lorraine says GREAT, MIKE, CAN YOU SHARE
WITH US WHAT YOU THINK 'MEANS'
WOULD BE?

The caller says PARDON?

Stewart says HI, MIKE.

Mike says HI.

Stewart says ARE YOU THERE?
CAN YOU TELL ME
WHAT 'MEANS' MEANS?

Mike says I DON'T REALLY KNOW
WHAT THAT MEANS.
SORRY ABOUT THAT.

Stewart says OKAY.

Lorraine says IT'S OKAY.
WE'LL TRY ONE
MORE OVER HERE.

Stewart says NOW, GETTING CONNECTED.
STEVE, ARE YOU THERE?
ARE YOU THERE, STEVE?
HOMELAND?

Lorraine says HELLO?

The caller says HELLO?

Stewart says HI, STEVE.
IS THAT YOU, STEVE?

The caller says I DON'T KNOW THE ANSWER.
I FORGOT TO PRESS POUND ZERO.

Stewart says OKAY.
WELL, I'LL HELP YOU
OUT A LITTLE BIT.

Lorraine says OKAY, WE'LL HELP
YOU OUT, STEVE.

Stewart says MEANS IS ABOUT HOW THE CRIME
WAS COMMITTED, IN THE SENSE,
WHAT DID YOU USE?
PERHAPS YOU USED A GUN, OR
PERHAPS YOU USED A DAGGER,
THAT KIND OF THING.
SO IN OTHER WORDS, MEANS IS
ABOUT THE ACTUAL PHYSICAL
THING YOU USED TO
COMMIT THE CRIME.
THE THIRD THING, WE'LL
GO FOR THE THIRD ONE.
LET'S SEE IF SOMEBODY
KNOWS WHAT IT IS.
AND WE'RE GOING TO, WHERE,
ELGIN AVENUE AGAIN?

Lorraine says YES.

Stewart says AND IS THIS JEFF?
ARE YOU THERE, JEFF?

The caller says HELLO.

Stewart says HI, JEFF.
DO YOU KNOW WHAT -- HAVE YOU
ANY IDEA WHAT THE THIRD ONE
MIGHT BE NOW?

Jeff says WEAPONS?

Stewart says WEAPONS IS MEANS.
THAT DEFINITELY
COMES UNDER THIS ONE.
SO WEAPONS OR MEANS.
HERE'S WHAT I'M GOING TO DO.
JEFF, JUST LISTEN AND
STAY ON THE LINE, OKAY?

Jeff says OKAY.

Stewart says NOW, I'M GOING TO GIVE YOU A
KIND OF SITUATION, AND WHAT I
WANT YOU TO DO IS SEE IF YOU
COME UP WITH A WORD THAT FITS
THE SITUATION.
OKAY?
LET'S SAY THAT A MURDER
OCCURRED IN THE GYM AT 2 P.M.,
AND IT WAS COMMITTED WITH
A KNIFE, WHICH MEANS THE
MURDERER HAD TO BE THERE.
THEN, LET'S SAY I WAS AT THE
SKYDOME ON THE SAME DAY FROM
1 P.M. TO 3 P.M. WITH
MY ENTIRE CLASS.
IN FACT, I WAS TEACHING THEM.
THEREFORE, I WAS ALWAYS IN THE
PRESENCE OF ALL THOSE OTHER
30 PEOPLE.
COULD I HAVE
COMMITTED THE MURDER?

Jeff says NO.

Stewart says NO, I COULDN'T.
SO WHAT WAS MISSING THERE?
LIKE, IN OTHER WORDS --

Lorraine says WHY DID HE NOT DO IT?

Stewart says WHY COULD I NOT DO IT?

Jeff says BECAUSE YOU
WEREN'T THERE.

Stewart says OKAY.
IS THERE A WORD THAT MIGHT
SUGGEST THAT WE'RE ALWAYS
LOOKING FOR WHO COULD BE
THERE AT THE RIGHT TIME.

Jeff says WITNESSES.

Lorraine says WITNESSES, WE'RE
GETTING THERE.

Stewart says WITNESSES ARE PART OF
THOSE SUSPECTS AND CLUES.
YOU'RE RIGHT.
WANT TO TRY ONE
MORE PERSON PERHAPS?
THANK YOU VERY MUCH,
JEFF, FOR YOUR HELP.
AND MAYBE WE'RE GOING TO SEE
IF WE CAN GET THE WORD FROM
SOMEBODY ELSE.
OKAY, SO WE'RE CONNECTING
TO USBORNE CENTRAL.
AMANDA.
AMANDA, ARE YOU THERE?

The caller says HELLO?

Stewart says HI, AMANDA?

The caller says ALIBI?

Stewart says ALIBI, THAT'S PRETTY GOOD.
IF YOU'VE GOT AN ALIBI, THAT
USUALLY MEANS YOU CAN'T DO IT.
WHAT I'M GOING TO DO, I'M
GOING TO START THE WORD, AND
AMANDA, IF YOU SEE WHAT
IT'S GOING TO BE...

Amanda says OPPORTUNITY.

Stewart says OPPORTUNITY, I HEARD IT.
SO THERE ARE THREE THINGS
YOU NEED TO SOLVE A CRIME.
NUMBER ONE IS, I'M GOING TO
PUT IT DOWN HERE AT THE BOTTOM.
IT'S MOTIVE.
BECAUSE I HAD IT ON THE OTHER
SHEET, MEANS AND OPPORTUNITY.
SO IN THE COURSE OF TRYING
TO SOLVE THIS CRIME,
THAT'S WHAT WE'RE AFTER.

Lorraine says GREAT.
WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
AT THIS POINT, YOU MAY
WANT TO SHARE THE PACKAGE.

Stewart says WE'RE GOING TO TALK A LITTLE
BIT NOW ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE
TO DO FOR THE UPCOMING WORK
IN TERMS OF THE EXERCISES.
THE FIRST PART OF THIS I'M
GOING TO ADDRESS TO THE
TEACHER IN THE ROOM.
THAT IS TO SAY TO TELL THEM
WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE YOU MAY
NOT HAVE TO USE
DIRECTLY WITH THE KIDS.
NUMBER ONE, YOU GOT A SHEET
WHICH BASICALLY EXPLAINED WHAT
THE ONTARIO CURRICULUM
CONNECTIONS WERE, SO THAT'S
SOMETHING YOU
KEEP FOR YOURSELF.
YOU ALSO GOT SOME
TEACHER INSTRUCTIONS.
AND THAT WAS PACKAGED
WITH EXERCISE NUMBER ONE.
EXERCISE NUMBER ONE
IS ENTIRELY OPTIONAL.
IF YOU'D LIKE TO DO IT WITH
YOUR KIDS, THAT'S GREAT.
WE WILL NOT TAKE UP THE
SOLUTIONS ON AIR TO EXERCISE
NUMBER ONE, HOWEVER I'D BE
HAPPY TO TAKE ANY FEEDBACK
ABOUT IT IF, INDEED, YOU
DO IT WITH YOUR KIDS.
THE OTHER THING YOU GOT, AS
WELL, IN THE PACKAGE IS YOU
GOT, WHAT I CALL A JUMBOTRON
ASSESSMENT, WHICH IS REALLY
IN ACTUALITY A TEST.
IF YOU WISH TO USE IT,
IT IS ALSO OPTIONAL.
IT'S ONLY UP TO YOU
WHETHER YOU USE IT OR NOT.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST, WE GET
TO EXERCISES TWO AND THREE,
WHICH ARE THE KEY EXERCISES
IN THE SENSE THESE ARE THE
TWO EXERCISES THAT I WANT ALL
STUDENTS TO WORK ON TODAY,
TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY, AND
BE PREPARED TO TAKE UP
ON THURSDAY.
AND, OF COURSE, DON'T FORGET
WE ARE ADDRESSING ONE OF THE
IMPORTANT LESSONS ON TUESDAY,
AND OF COURSE, THERE'S AN
OPPORTUNITY, HOPEFULLY, TO USE
PLATO IN BETWEEN SO YOU GET A
CHANCE TO FRESHEN UP
ON SOME OF YOUR SKILLS.
SO EXERCISES TWO AND THREE.
AT THIS JUNCTURE, WHAT I WOULD
LIKE TO ASK THE TEACHERS TO
DO IS TO MAKE SURE ALL THE
STUDENTS HAVE RECEIVED A COPY
OF IT, IF THEY HAVEN'T
ALREADY, AND YOU'VE GOT THEM
THERE, PLEASE HAND THEM OUT.
AND I'D LIKE TO ASK ALL YOU,
THE STUDENTS, TO FLIP THROUGH
THE EXERCISE, JUST
TAKE A LOOK AT IT.
WE'RE GOING TO TAKE
A 4-MINUTE BREAK.
AND DURING THAT BREAK, I
WANT YOU TO THINK ABOUT ANY
QUESTIONS YOU MAY WANT
TO ASK US RIGHT AWAY,
AND WE'LL RESPOND TO
THEM RIGHT ON AIR.
SO WE'LL GIVE YOU 4 MINUTES
TO TAKE A LOOK AT IT.

Lorraine says GREAT.
AND WE'LL SEE YOU
AFTER 4 MINUTES.

A slate pops up with the caption “Read through exercise 2 and 3. Questions? Join us again in 4 minutes! Enjoy! Skydome website: www.skydome.com.”

The caption changes to “Read through exercise 2 and 3. Questions? Join us again in 1 minute! Enjoy!”

Stewart says OH, WE'RE BACK!

Lorraine says WELCOME BACK.
AT THIS POINT, WE'D LIKE TO
TAKE ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU
MAY HAVE ABOUT
EXERCISES TWO AND THREE.
SO BY CALLING US, YOU LIFT UP
YOUR RECEIVER, PRESS POUND
NINE, AND PUT DOWN
YOUR RECEIVER.
AND IF YOU HEAR YOUR PHONE
RINGING, LIFT IT UP AND WE'LL
BE CONNECTED AT THAT POINT.
AND I NOTICE, WE'LL GIVE YOU
A FEW MINUTES TO CALL US,
ONCE AGAIN, AT POUND NINE.

Stewart says I HOPE WE'VE BEEN REALLY
CLEAR, BUT THERE MIGHT BE
A QUESTION OR TWO.
I SEE ONE COMING, EH?

Lorraine says FROM ELGIN AVENUE.
AND I BELIEVE IT'S JEFF.

Stewart says IT'S BEEN QUITE AN
INTERESTING DAY SO FAR,
HASN'T IT?
OH, LOOKS LIKE JEFF
HAS CONNECTED NOW.

Lorraine says HELLO?

Stewart says HI, JEFF, ARE YOU THERE?

The caller says HELLO?

Stewart says HI, JEFF?
FROM ELGIN AVENUE, RIGHT?

The caller says YEAH.

Lorraine says DO YOU HAVE ANY
QUESTIONS FOR US?

Jeff says I'M SORRY, I DON'T
HAVE A QUESTION.

Lorraine says YOU DON'T.
NOW, HAVE YOU HAD A CHANCE TO
LOOK AT EXERCISES TWO AND THREE?

Jeff says ALMOST.

Lorraine says OKAY.
AND FROM WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN,
ARE YOU UNDERSTANDING IT?

Jeff says SORT OF.

Lorraine says OKAY.
AND, PLUS, YOU'LL HAVE A BETTER
FEEL FOR IT TOMORROW DURING
OUR MATH LESSON BECAUSE WE
WILL BE TALKING TO YOU ABOUT
PRIME AND COMPOSITE NUMBERS,
WHICH WILL CLARIFY SOME OF
THE EXERCISE, AS WELL.
BUT IN THE MEANTIME, IF YOU DO
HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, OR YOUR
FRIENDS IN YOUR CLASSROOM,
OR ANYONE ELSE OUT THERE,
PLEASE CALL US BY
PRESSING POUND NINE.
THANKS, JEFF.

Jeff says OKAY.

Lorraine says BYE.
AND I BELIEVE WE HAVE SOMEONE
FROM SAINT JOHN DE BREBEUF.

Stewart says FANTASTIC.
WE'RE GETTING A NUMBER OF
SCHOOLS CALLING IN, AREN'T WE?
THIS IS GREAT.

Lorraine says I BELIEVE IT IS BRUCE.
HELLO, BRUCE?

The caller says HELLO.

Lorraine says HI.
DO YOU HAVE A
QUESTION FOR US?

Bruce says YES.
ON THE JUMBOTRON,
WHAT ARE TRINILIGHTS?

Stewart says WHAT ARE THE TRINILIGHTS?
EXCELLENT QUESTION.
AND ACTUALLY TOMORROW, I
THINK WE'LL MAKE SURE THAT
WE ADDRESS THAT A LITTLE
BIT MORE THOROUGHLY.
TRINILIGHTS ARE
REALLY SMALL LIGHTS.
IF YOU TAKE A LOOK AT A TV
SCREEN, OR A COMPUTER SCREEN,
IT'S ACTUALLY MADE UP OF A
BUNCH OF SMALL LITTLE POINTS
OF LIGHT, OR LITTLE
DOTS OF LIGHT.
AND SOMETIMES, AT LEAST
WITH THE COMPUTER SCREEN,
THEY'RE CALLED PIXELS.
TRINILIGHTS ARE LIKE LITTLE
POINTS OF LIGHT THAT MAKE THE
PICTURES ON THE JUMBOTRON.
SO IT'S JUST LIKE A PIXEL.
AND I THINK TOMORROW LORRAINE
IS GOING TO ADDRESS THIS A
LITTLE BIT MORE WITH ACTUALLY
MAYBE EVEN A BIT OF A
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM.
DOES THAT HELP
YOU OUT RIGHT NOW?

Bruce says YEAH.

Lorraine says IT'S KIND OF LIKE IF YOU HAD
A PHOTO AND YOU ZOOMED RIGHT
SO CLOSELY IN, YOU WOULD SEE
JUST THE SMALLEST PORTION
OF THAT PHOTO.
DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
AND WE'LL SHOW YOU THIS
TOMORROW SO YOU SEE IT VISUALLY.
OKAY?

Stewart says GREAT QUESTION.

Bruce says OKAY.

Stewart says SUPER QUESTION.

Lorraine says THANKS.
AND I BELIEVE WE MAY
HAVE ONE MORE QUESTION...
FROM COLLEGE AVENUE.

Stewart says ISN'T THAT KIND OF LOCAL?
THAT'S CLOSE TO US.

Lorraine says THAT'S TRUE.

Stewart says IT'S HERE IN TOWN, ISN'T IT?

Lorraine says MAYBE THEY WERE AT THE BLUE
JAYS THE SAME TIME AS YOU.
OH, IT'S IN GUELPH.

Stewart says OH, BOY, WE'VE REALLY
SLIPPED UP THERE.

Lorraine says HELLO.

The caller says HELLO.

Lorraine says HI, WHO ARE WE TALKING TO?

The caller says ADAM.

Lorraine says ADAM.
HI, ADAM.
DO YOU HAVE A
QUESTION FOR US?

Adam says WHY DON'T WE HAVE
ACCESS TO TWO AND THREE?

Stewart says WHY DON'T YOU HAVE
ACCESS TO WHAT?

Adam says WE DON'T HAVE ACCESS
TO TWO AND THREE?

Lorraine says EXERCISES TWO AND THREE?

Stewart says YOU DON'T HAVE
EXERCISES TWO AND THREE?
WHAT I WILL DO IS I WILL CHECK
TO SEE IF THE COURIER SENT A
PACKAGE OUT TO YOUR
SCHOOL LAST WEEK.
YOUR TEACHER SHOULD HAVE
RECEIVED A PACKAGE ON FRIDAY.

Lorraine says AT THIS POINT, MAYBE YOU CAN
VERIFY WITH YOUR TEACHER,
AND IF THEY DO NOT HAVE THE
PACKAGE, MAYBE THEY CAN CALL US.

Stewart says MAYBE THE HELP LINE.
WOULD THE HELP LINE
BE APPROPRIATE THERE?

Lorraine says YES, THAT'S A GREAT IDEA.
IF SOME OF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE
YOUR PACKAGES WITH EXERCISES
TWO AND THREE, WHICH YOU WILL
REQUIRE TOMORROW, MAYBE YOU
COULD WRITE THIS DOWN FOR
YOUR TEACHER, OR YOUR TEACHER
COULD WRITE IT DOWN:

Lorraine grabs a sheet of paper that reads “1-888-371-1917. Help line. Toll free.”

Lorraine says AND WE'LL MAKE SURE TO HAVE THE
PACKAGE FOR YOU FOR THIS WEEK.
THEY HAVE BEEN SENT OFF
ALREADY, AND MAYBE IT'S IN
SOMEONE ELSE'S HANDS, AND
WE'D LIKE IT TO BE IN YOURS.
WE'LL DO IT AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE.
NOW, AT THIS POINT,
WE'D LIKE TO WRAP UP.
WE'D LIKE TO THANK YOU VERY
MUCH FOR PARTICIPATING TODAY.
IT WAS VERY NICE
HEARING FROM YOU.
AND JUST A REMINDER THAT
TOMORROW, AT THE SAME TIME,
WE'LL BE TACKLING PRIME
AND COMPOSITE NUMBERS.

Stewart says AND IT'S BEEN GREAT WORKING
WITH YOU, LORRAINE, MISS G.
FROM TIME TO TIME.
WE'RE GOING TO LEAVE YOU
WITH ONE MORE SMALL THING.
IN CASE YOU WANT TO GET ON THE
INTERNET, EITHER AT HOME OR
THROUGH THE SCHOOL, WE'RE
GOING TO PUT UP THE WEBSITE
FOR THE SKYDOME.
THEY'VE GOT TONS AND TONS --
WELL, YOU SAW IN OUR LITTLE
VIDEO, THEY'VE GOT TONS OF
STATISTICS AND SO ON, AND YOU
MAY WANT TO LOOK AT THOSE,
PICTURES OF THE SKYDOME, AND
ALL KINDS OF WONDERFUL STUFF.
IT'S BEEN A PLEASURE
TALKING TO YOU.
I'M LOOKING FORWARD -- I WON'T
SEE YOU UNTIL NEXT THURSDAY,
BUT I'M LOOKING FORWARD
TO SEEING YOU THEN.
SO, GOOD DAY.

Lorraine says HAVE A NICE AFTERNOON AND
EVENING, AND SEE YOU TOMORROW.
BYE-BYE.

A slate pops up with the caption “Skydome website: www.skydome.com.”

Another slate appears on screen. It reads “Please remember to log off! Pick up handset. Press number 7. Press 1 to confirm. Hang up handset. See you next time!”

Watch: Student Session 1