Some groups took the initiative to record their discussions and/or conduct their discussion in a talk show format.
1.) CHINESE NEW YEAR: The advertisers and promoters in New York City were so impressed with your artwork, they decided to plaster it all over the 'STREETS OF NEW YORK'! Send the link to your friends and family to see!
2.) MATH 6:
- Exploring Scale Diagrams Worksheet (#1a-f)
- Challenge question: Within your living room, imagine that you have a giant aquarium: actual width=150 cm, actual length= 200 cm. If you were to draw your aquarium on the living room map, how many cm would the length and width be on the map? Remember, 1 cm on the map = 50 cm in real life.
3.) SOCIALS: Visit www.youthforhumanrights.org and click on the 30 Videos link on the left side of the screen. Click on and watch 3 of the videos. Then, post a response here explaining, in your own opinion, why you
4.) SHOWCASED BLOGS:
- Visit Pooh Bear's Learning Journey and leave her at least 4 comments (feedback/questions/suggestions, etc)
- Visit SpongeBob's Learning Journey and leave him at least 4 comments (feedback/questions/suggestions, etc)
5.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Visit www.youthforhumanrights.org and click on the 30 Videos link on the left side of the screen. Watch at least 3 of the videos. (Not all 30 - unless you want to of course)
- Then, post a response here explaining, in your own opinion, why you believe those specific rights are important to all humankind. Do not post comments on videos that your classmates have already commented on. Read the entire conversation stream before posting.
- Don't forget to write in full and complete sentences. If someone is reading your response, they should be able to figure out what the question was.
Learning about Modern/Ancient Chinese Culture - The Zodiac Calendar (YEAR OF THE SNAKE)