How to write your paragraph
Read the article from the database.
Take notes. This will allow you to decide which information will support the topic that you will be writing about.
Write a sentence that draws the reader in. This helps the reader understand what they will be reading about.
Add three to four sentences that support the topic that you are writing about. You must always remember that your reader may not have any knowledge about your topic and that you are the expert on that topic.
Write a final sentence that is clear and allows you to end your paragraph without there being any additional questions. You don’t want to leave the reader confused.
Always proofread or have someone else proofread your work before you pass it in. A second set of eyes may be helpful. They might notice something that you missed.
You'll be using photographs and a song to create a video using Animoto.
First step: Search for pictures for one of the topics above. Right click in Google and Save as...to your Files App.
Second step: Pick a song from one of the songs in the box to the left. Right click and Save link as...to your Files App.
Agenda for :
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Day 1 - Open Response
Step 1: Pick a topic.
Step 2: Find an article.
Step 3: Read the article and take notes.
Step 4: Write your open response and cite your material.
Day 2 - Animoto
Step 1: Log into the Animoto website ( found on google classroom).
Step 2: Create an account and login and create an Animoto based on the topic that you randomly drew yesterday.