This is me and saeyeons library inquiry.
Some time ago we started working with words. We all picked a word and looked for images that represented that word. Today we will be taking it a step further and create our own slides of the words. To see some examples click on the picture:
So what do we need to do?
- Make sure you have chosen your picture
- Using PowerPoint to add your word onto the picture
It is all about design – use your design skills to put the word in the right place.
- Upload the picture to Flickr and do the following four things:
- Add your word and your name to the title – for example: Tropical_Jago
- Add the meaning of the word to you in the description field (in your own words)
- Add tags – as many as applicable
- Add the original source of your image
Quick links for help:
Good luck and I am really curious to see the end results.
I took a video of me interviewing my sick mom sorry her voice isn’t very loud because I passed a soar throat onto her. I did in German so I put some subtitles in I think they’re pretty clear and hope you can read fast enough. (I spent an hour on editing this movie and putting subtitles on it it’s hard work!!)
This is the real way to make mochi. Remember the game we played in music, well this video shows the real way with real sticks.
Tell us about:
- Why you chose that book
- What you like about it
- A character you like/dislike
- A great part of the book
- Describe the setting
- Tell us about the author
This wordle is made out of the c0mments on this posting:
The words that you all used the most are the biggest!
Please find below the information about Year 6 Kanchanaburi Camp.
The Year 6 Team
PowerPoint From Thursday Night’s Camp Briefing:
Camp Packing List :
Ms. Ashley and the students discussed what is meant by “our boundaries” and what happens when people “cross the line” or “go over the limit”.
They worked on the case-studies where they had to read different situations and then decide if someone in the situation has crossed a boundary.
Here’s some examples:
Josh’s coach hugs him for a really long time: The students thought this was not appropriate. The hug is fine, but “for a long time” is crossing a boundary.
Jose’s teacher cries on his shoulder and tells him about her problems: The students thought that the teacher was a bit immature and that it would be really “weird”.
Kendra and Alisa are best friends. Kendra tells Alisa about her parents’ divorce: The students had different opinions about this one, some felt that a boundary had been crossed and some didn’t. Ms. Ashley said that sometimes it depends on people’s personalities.
Tiffany tells Kim a secret that Maria told her: Samantha described that as a “violation”!
The conversation then moved on to touching. The students shared examples of “good touching” such as: a hug, a high-five, holding hands, leaning on someone nicely, kissing someone in your family, a gentle pat on the back, a touch on the arm. The students then shared examples of “bad touching” such as: a punch, a push, a kick, scratching, touching someone’s private parts.