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Sunday, March 4

  1. page Asynchronous collaboration edited ... Hope that helps. Let me know if you have more questions. --Bill March 1 Gmail message: Hi …
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    Hope that helps. Let me know if you have more questions.
    --Bill
    March 1 Gmail message:
    Hi Bill,
    Thanks for the email the other day explaining the requirements for the final solution. We have begun to add (still working) what I believe to be the components that were missing. Would mind giving it another look for us? We decided that the best way to do it was to make everything a part of the VT and therefore form a more complete picture of our project. Any feed back on what we still would need would be greatly appreciated. There are still components being added to individual slides, but I think you will get the basic idea. Thanks so much.
    Chris
    Team CJKM
    Excellent approach. VoiceThread is a great vehicle for pulling it all together as well as for publishing your challenge solution. I like the invitation to compose at the end. One more idea might be to invite viewers to offer their own feedback. You don't actually have to do this, but you might include it as part of the "proposed" solution. For implementation, it would provide feedback to students so they can better reflect on their project work and poetry experience. It could simply be an additional voice on the last slide indicating the idea of inviting comment either through VoiceThread itself or using any other means (e.g., the discussion tab on the wiki page where the voicethread is embedded).

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Saturday, March 3

  1. page Margaret edited Margaret Integrated Poetry Guiding Activities :( in progress) I introduced my students to four d…
    Margaret
    Integrated Poetry Guiding Activities :( in progress)
    I introduced my students to four different types of poetry by reading to them. They listened to Lyme rick, Free Verse Cinquain, and Hiaku
    Poetry. The student formed groups to work on one of the four types of poetry.

    Guiding Questions:
    What is poetry? How do we read poetry? How do we write poetry?
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    {Third Grade Poetry Rubric.docx}
    Guided Resources:
    1-PoetryActivity 1-
    S Poetry Idea Engine
    -Poetry
    month, www
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    with writers
    When using the site below you will need to click on (Materials &Resources) use Category-Poetry Grade level 3RD
    -PA Department of Ed. Materials and Resources
    -Reading A-Z Poetry

    2- www.tagxedo.com to form poetry clouds.
    -Poetry Clouds
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    3-Some suggested sites for students to utilize while gathering their information for their culminating projects; www.reading a-z.com, www.curriki.org
    4-graphic organizer, www.kidspireation.com for writing skills
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  3. page Margaret edited ... 4-Students, in small groups, will use the writing process to create original poetry creating a…
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    4-Students, in small groups, will use the writing process to create original poetry creating a poem of their choice. All poems will be submitted to www.mixbook.com . This virtual scrapbook with Mixbook.com will be published and available for the school and community.
    Third Grade Poetry Rubric:
    {Third Grade Poetry Rubric.docx}
    Guided Resources:
    1-Poetry month, www Scholastic.com, writing with writers
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