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An eight-point evaluation checklist from the UC Berkeley Library.
We will be working on The Beatitudes today. For each line, you will select an image that goes with it and add it to one slide in your presentation. Add a text box to the image and type the line from the Beatitudes.
To begin, go to Google Classroom.
We are going to begin working on a Google Map about the 13 Colonies. Here are the steps to follow:
Colony named for:
Became a state:
The Thirteen Colonies
“In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue….” For many people, the history of America begins with the “discovery” and exploration of our continent – the New World – by a succession of Europeans such as: Christopher Columbus, Ponce de Leon, and Jacques Cartier. In reality man had reached the New World (the Americas) many years before this! Before Columbus landed on our shores there was culture here, religion, and prosperity. The purpose of this assignment is to learn all you can about these first Americans.
Your task will be to create a presentation about the Native American tribe that you have been assigned.
Here is what you will need to include in your presentation:
To begin, go to Google Classroom
Open Native American Research doc
Today we are going to start working on your e-portfolios. To begin, click here:
Look for the site with your name and click on it.
When you're done:
List of Items to include in your portfolio:
We will be creating presentations using Google Slides today. To begin, go to:
You may need to sign into your school Google account first. Then open the assignment called The Gold Rush.
Please follow the guidelines in the presentation above, along with the following:
To create a proper citation for any books or websites you may use, go to: EasyBib
Here are some links to use for your Missions research project:
Congratulations! You have just been hired to create a video that documents the life of a famous explorer. Here's an example of what we'll be looking for in your video:
Before you can create your video, you'll need to write a script. This will be exactly what you will be saying in your video (the narration). And before you can write a script, you need to know as much as you possibly can about the explorer you are researching.
In class today, we created a Google Doc for our notes and our script. The document can be found by going to Google Drive and double-clicking on the doc titled [student #] Explorer Video. If you weren't in class today, you will need to create a new document and give it the title, [student #] Explorer Video.
Here are some websites you might want to check out:
Here is the list of questions we came up with during class to include in our videos: