This interactive tool will provide students with background on the hero's journey and give them a chance to explore several of the journey's key elements. Students can use the tool to record examples from a hero's journey they have read or viewed or to plan out a hero's journey of their own. Grades 6 – 8 | Lesson Plan | Standard Lesson Fantastic Characters: Analyzing and Creating Superheroes and Villains Students analyze characterization by creating their own superheroes or super-villains, complete with related gadgets and settings. Grades 7 – 12 | Calendar Activity | July 31 J.K. Students are encouraged to think about why people challenge Harry Potter books, do a Web Quest that allows them to research the issue, and decide whether the books should be banned from the public library. Grades 7 – 12 | Calendar Activity | January 3. Unused Words - Discover a new word every day.
Mysteries of Vernacular. Middle-Earth Timeline - LotrProject. 6 October Sam returns to Bag End on his faithful pony, Bill, after seeing of many of his friends at the Grey Havens. 29 September Gandalf, Frodo Baggins, Bilbo Baggins, Galadriel and Elrond leave Middle-earth and pass over the Sea. 22 September Frodo and Sam meet the Last Riding of the Keepers of the Rings in Woody End.
Bilbo Baggins becomes 131 years old, the longeviest Hobbit in history. 25 March Elanor the Fair, daughter of Samwise, is born. 24 March The last day of the Third Age, according to the reckoning of Gondor. 13 March Frodo gets ill again, on the anniversary of his poisoning by Shelob. Frodo feels the pain return again. 1 May Samwise Gamgee marries Rose Cotton. 6 April The mallorn tree planted by Samwise Gamgee in the Party Field begins to flower. Frodo gets ill, on the anniversary of his poisoning by Shelob. 3 November Battle of Bywater and death of Saruman and Gríma Wormtongue. 2 November The four Hobbits come to Bywater and rouse the Shire-folk. 1 November 30 October 28 October 5 October 25 June.
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Use the right characters, and you’ve got an exciting debate on your hands. Plus, it leads to a beautiful product that’s perfect for Open House. Two Criteria Come up with two ways of ranking characters, such as “morality” and “physical strength”. Pick some characters that have different levels of these characteristics. Finally, ask students to place each character on a graph, with x- and y-axes representing the two criteria.
I used the following characters: The Wicked Witch of the West, The Wizard Of OzGaston, Beauty and the BeastMr. My Justification The Wicked Witch isn’t physically powerful, she relies on an army of monkeys and is easily defeated by a bucket of water. She is, however, more powerful than The Penguin, due to her magic. Superman and Mr. Neither Katniss nor Ron are physically strong, but both have high levels of morality. Quadrants Let’s increase the math connection by labeling the four quadrants. VSC EducationdotCom Special. You may not be able to visit this page because of: an out-of-date bookmark/favourite a search engine that has an out-of-date listing for this site a mistyped address you have no access to this page The requested resource was not found.
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Begin the entry in the works-cited list with the author’s real name and, in parentheses, user name, if both are known and they differ.
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It occurred to me that an immediate use of this would be to construct a "choose your own adventure" story which I always loved reading when I was a student. The basic idea is, the students construct a story where the next page in the story depends on a decision made by the person reading the story. Generally in one of these books the reader flips to a different page depending on their decision and so create their own version of the story. With a sufficiently advanced plot, and a long enough book, there can be a very large number of ways a story can unfold. To recreate this in Google docs, you have to first create a standard Google form.
While constructing your form, you are going to alternate between adding page breaks and adding multiple choice questions. The very last page of the form will have a submit button. Google Form as Choose Your Own Adventure Tool « Bionic Teaching. Just a quick proof of concept for a session I’m doing at VSTE.
I’m trying to show how you can use most things in all sorts of ways despite what they were intended to do. Apparently the example Google put out for this way back when actually used choose your own adventure to demo the concept. I promise I didn’t know that. Embedded below is a simple example of a choose your own adventure story using the branch logic options in Google forms. It’s a little hard to keep the pages straight at first but it gets easier as you go. Little Bird Tales - Home. Character Scrapbook. Fakebook: homepage. Create educational games and quizzes at classtools.net. "Fakebook" allows teachers and students to create imaginary profile pages for study purposes.
Use "Fakebook" to chart the plot of a book, the development of a character, a series of historical events, the debates and relationships between people, and so on! Get started by entering a name at the top of the page. Then proceed to add friends, posts, comments and profile information. You can save your work and edit it again later. The faster, downloadable alternative to SparkNotes. Cursive Handwriting Worksheet Maker - Multiword. Plagiarism Checker. Free Plagarism Detector. Online Duplicate Check. Student Materials: Crossword Puzzles.
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We're pleased to announce that we've just released the new, updated version of the play as an iOS app. in collaboration with InteractiveReaders Inc. To access the Romeo+Juliet app. (compatible with the iPad, iPhone, and the iPod touch) click here or on the image below. You’ll find it to be quite simply the most interactive and sophisticated edition of Romeo and Juliet ever created: use it as a study guide and teaching tool. Read the play, read its English source texts, read critical materials on the play, explore Shakespeare's vocabulary, and experience a full range of multimedia associated with the play.
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Tip: When asking your librarian or teacher, just be sure to be tactful. Academic journals - These journals are a great way to find cutting edge research on your topic. Another great way to access academic papers is Google Scholar. Microsoft has a competitor to Google Scholar that is very similar, Microsoft Academic Search. Books - Books are still one of the best ways to find credible information about a source.
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