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People say a picture is worth a thousand words and that life is one grand, sweet song. What would Hunger Games be shown as?

Assignment:

  1. Choose a song or photograph/picture that demonstrates the theme (moral, meaning, message) of the novel.                                                                                                                                                 What are we supposed to learn about life from this novel
    1. YOUR SONG OR PHOTO CAN NOT BE FROM THE MOVIE OR NOVEL. EX. PICTURE OF THE ACTORS, SCENE FROM THE MOVIE.
  2. Create a Reply Post
    1. Paste the link to the song or the photo(Images can be found through google images)
      1. Songs can be found at Grooveshark
      2. Search for your song
      3. Click on the Capture
      4. Click on Grooveshark and copy the link
      5. Paste the link into your post
    2. Answer the following questions about your song or photo. Write your responses with your link.
      1. Why did you choose it over any other song or photo? What did you like about it?

      2. Describe the overall message of the song or photo? What are we looking at or listening to? Cite specific lines or parts from the piece that demonstrates the meaning.

      3. Does the song or photo convey a positive or negative meaning about the theme of the novel?

      4. How does your song or photo connect to the novel’s theme? Cite specific examples from the novel.

      5. Would Suzanne Collins, the author, agree or disagree with your representation of the novel? Why or why not?

  3. Comment on at least 2 other posts
    1. Acceptable comments
      1. I really appreciate your photo or song because_______________.
      2. I agree or disagree with your choice because_________________.
      3. You have chosen ____________, but have you considered ____________ because___.

Grading and Due Date

Due: Thursday June 5 by 8:00pm

Points:

  •  30 Assessment Points= Posting the song or photo
  • 50 Assessment Points=Answers to the questions. Complete sentences and logical thought
  • 10 Assessment Points each comment
  • Total Points= 100

Important Information

  • All songs and photos must be school appropriate
  • Writing responses- We are educated people! Correct Spelling and Grammar!

 

freedom

People say a picture is worth a thousand words and that life is one grand, sweet song. What would Hunger Games be shown as?

Assignment:

  1. Choose a song or photograph/picture that demonstrates the theme (moral, meaning, message) of the novel.                                                                                                                                                 What are we supposed to learn about life from this novel
    1. YOUR SONG OR PHOTO CAN NOT BE FROM THE MOVIE OR NOVEL. EX. PICTURE OF THE ACTORS, SCENE FROM THE MOVIE.
  2. Create a Reply Post
    1. Paste the link to the song or the photo(Images can be found through google images)
      1. Songs can be found at Grooveshark
      2. Search for your song
      3. Click on the Capture
      4. Click on Grooveshark and copy the link
      5. Paste the link into your post
    2. Answer the following questions about your song or photo. Write your responses with your link.
      1. Why did you choose it over any other song or photo? What did you like about it?

      2. Describe the overall message of the song or photo? What are we looking at or listening to? Cite specific lines or parts from the piece that demonstrates the meaning.

      3. Does the song or photo convey a positive or negative meaning about the theme of the novel?

      4. How does your song or photo connect to the novel’s theme? Cite specific examples from the novel.

      5. Would Suzanne Collins, the author, agree or disagree with your representation of the novel? Why or why not?

  3. Comment on at least 2 other posts
    1. Acceptable comments
      1. I really appreciate your photo or song because_______________.
      2. I agree or disagree with your choice because_________________.
      3. You have chosen ____________, but have you considered ____________ because___.

Grading and Due Date

Due: Thursday June 5 by 8:00pm

Points:

  •  30 Assessment Points= Posting the song or photo
  • 50 Assessment Points=Answers to the questions. Complete sentences and logical thought
  • 10 Assessment Points each comment
  • Total Points= 100

Important Information

  • All songs and photos must be school appropriate
  • Writing responses- We are educated people! Correct Spelling and Grammar!

 

freedom

People say a picture is worth a thousand words and that life is one grand, sweet song. What would Hunger Games be shown as?

Assignment:

  1. Choose a song or photograph/picture that demonstrates the theme (moral, meaning, message) of the novel.                                                                                                                                                 What are we supposed to learn about life from this novel
    1. YOUR SONG OR PHOTO CAN NOT BE FROM THE MOVIE OR NOVEL. EX. PICTURE OF THE ACTORS, SCENE FROM THE MOVIE.
  2. Create a Reply Post
    1. Paste the link to the song or the photo(Images can be found through google images)
      1. Songs can be found at Grooveshark
      2. Search for your song
      3. Click on the Capture
      4. Click on Grooveshark and copy the link
      5. Paste the link into your post
    2. Answer the following questions about your song or photo. Write your responses with your link.
      1. Why did you choose it over any other song or photo? What did you like about it?

      2. Describe the overall message of the song or photo? What are we looking at or listening to? Cite specific lines or parts from the piece that demonstrates the meaning.

      3. Does the song or photo convey a positive or negative meaning about the theme of the novel?

      4. How does your song or photo connect to the novel’s theme? Cite specific examples from the novel.

      5. Would Suzanne Collins, the author, agree or disagree with your representation of the novel? Why or why not?

  3. Comment on at least 2 other posts
    1. Acceptable comments
      1. I really appreciate your photo or song because_______________.
      2. I agree or disagree with your choice because_________________.
      3. You have chosen ____________, but have you considered ____________ because___.

Grading and Due Date

Due: Thursday June 5 by 8:00pm

Points:

  •  30 Assessment Points= Posting the song or photo
  • 50 Assessment Points=Answers to the questions. Complete sentences and logical thought
  • 10 Assessment Points each comment
  • Total Points= 100

Important Information

  • All songs and photos must be school appropriate
  • Writing responses- We are educated people! Correct Spelling and Grammar!

 

Everyday Survival

1. Read “Everyday Survival”.
2. Research in order to find an article that focuses on one’s survival.
3. In a one page essay, explain how your survivor follows at least 3 of the concepts of survival found in “Everyday Survival”.
4. Use Times New Roman size 12 font. Type and save this in your Google drive. Do not share with me yet. Save it under the name Everyday Survival. Due Tuesday, 5-27-14.

RAFT Assignment is due Tuesday May 27!! Here is a link for the assignment if you need it RAFT

After you have read Ch. 1-6 of Hunger Games,  you are going to create a Word Cloud. A Word Cloud is a group of words that describes a topic. Follow the directions to create your Word Cloud.

Directions

  1.  Ch. 1 -6  Hunger Games Chart. Click Here for a  copy of it
    1. After you have read Ch. 1-6 complete the above chart
  2. Click on the following link Word Cloud
    1. Click on Start
    2. Type the information from you chart into the box
    3. Click the arrow on the bottom
    4. While on the Word Cloud site, click the bottom right arrow
    5. Click Save
      1. Save to Google Drive
    6. Open Goggle Drive
      1. Create: Google Doc
      2. Insert Image
        1. Upload-Choose Image
        2. Click on link “Mycloud.jpeg”
    7. Share
      1. Title: Hunger Games Ch. 1-6
      2. Private-Change to “Public on Web” Can View
    8. Copy “Link to Share”
    9. Paste link into Reply/Comment on this Post
    10. Comment on at least 2 other students Word Cloud

DUE MONDAY!

 

Online version of the novel, The Hunger Games.

Here is the audio that matches the online version of the novel, you are welcome to listen to it as you are reading.

Audio Version-Hunger Games

We are going to be reading the first book in the Hunger Games trilogy. To begin our study of this novel, we need to understand the meaning of dystopia and utopia. You are going to create a way to teach your class the differences and similarities between these terms. Be Creative!!

Must include

  • definition of dystopia and utopia
  • creative way to show the meaning
  • examples what each term looks like
  • advantages and disadvantages to each
  • sources where your found your information DO NOT COPY AND PASTE THE INFORMATION!

Options for presenting the information

Directions

  1. Find your information
  2. Create your presentation
  3. Copy and paste the link for your presentation into your comment under your period
    1. Include First and Last Name
  4. Comment on at least 2 other students presentations
    1. Comments must be thoughtful, helpful, and school appropriate.
    2. Include First and Last Name, and Period

Due Dates

Presentation Posted by: Friday by 5:00pm

Comments on Presentations: Monday by 5:00pm

Rubric

25 points- Individual Presentation

  • Points will be deducted for spelling, and grammar mistakes, not citing your sources, lack of creativity.

10 p0ints- comments made on other students’ presentations.

We are going to be reading the first book in the Hunger Games trilogy. To begin our study of this novel, we need to understand the meaning of dystopia and utopia. You are going to create a way to teach your class the differences and similarities between these terms. Be Creative!!

Must include

  • definition of dystopia and utopia
  • creative way to show the meaning
  • examples what each term looks like
  • advantages and disadvantages to each
  • sources where your found your information DO NOT COPY AND PASTE THE INFORMATION!

Options for presenting the information

Directions

  1. Find your information
  2. Create your presentation
  3. Copy and paste the link for your presentation into your comment under your period
    1. Include First and Last Name
  4. Comment on at least 2 other students presentations
    1. Comments must be thoughtful, helpful, and school appropriate.
    2. Include First and Last Name, and Period

Due Dates

Presentation Posted by: Friday by 5:00pm

Comments on Presentations: Monday by 5:00pm

Rubric

25 points- Individual Presentation

  • Points will be deducted for spelling, and grammar mistakes, not citing your sources, lack of creativity.

10 p0ints- comments made on other students’ presentations.

We are going to be reading the first book in the Hunger Games trilogy. To begin our study of this novel, we need to understand the meaning of dystopia and utopia. You are going to create a way to teach your class the differences and similarities between these terms. Be Creative!!

Must include

  • definition of dystopia and utopia
  • creative way to show the meaning
  • examples what each term looks like
  • advantages and disadvantages to each
  • sources where your found your information DO NOT COPY AND PASTE THE INFORMATION!

Options for presenting the information

Directions

  1. Find your information
  2. Create your presentation
  3. Copy and paste the link for your presentation into your comment under your period
    1. Include First and Last Name
  4. Comment on at least 2 other students presentations
    1. Comments must be thoughtful, helpful, and school appropriate.
    2. Include First and Last Name, and Period

Due Dates

Presentation Posted by: Friday by 5:00pm

Comments on Presentations: Monday by 5:00pm

Rubric

25 points- Individual Presentation

  • Points will be deducted for spelling, and grammar mistakes, not citing your sources, lack of creativity.

10 p0ints- comments made on other students’ presentations.

 

 

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