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We have spent all week looking at main idea and how to find it within a text. Please respond in proper open response format to the question:
What is the main idea of the book The Table Where Rich People Sit? Use evidence from the text and your own ideas to support your answer.
It is time to put all that practice into play. We have been writing procedures and know very well what the format looks like and sounds like. I now want you to write a procedure on how to make your favourite sandwich. I suggest typing it in Word before pasting into the blog, that way you can work out all the kinks before publishing!
Also, I would like to see some feedback and comments on each others sandwiches and writing.
After going to and participating in the Fall Harvest at the Old Fort, I want to know what you thought. What was your favourite part? Least favourite part? What did you learn that you didn’t know before? Explain.
Please make sure to answer all of the questions listed above in your post!
The story of Oak Island and the money pit seems to have sparked our imagination. Is there really a treasure buried there? Who’s treasure is it? The Incas? Captain Kidd? What could be down there?
In this post I want your opinion and ideas about Oak Island. Tell me what you think!
Are you ready to blog? I hope so, because this is something we will be doing weekly throughout the year. I know you will really enjoy it.
Basically it works like this: I post something that I want you to respond to or write about. It can be about a book we have read, a video we watched, something in the news, or even a response to another classmates post. Sometimes it’s just a poll that you vote on.
As your first post of the 2010/2011 school year, I want you to comment on the look of the web site and post any questions you have about the blog. Once everyone has posted once, we will start the real blogging.
Have a great summer people. I will keep this post active for a little while during the summer. I can’t say how often I will be looking at it to moderate the comments, however, feel free to post something. For example, comments on the yearbook etc.
Good Luck next year for those moving on, the rest, I’ll see you in September 🙂
Bravo on the bulletin board displays and the Powerpoints. Feel free to leave some comments.