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Coverage for 2013-05-10

posted May 10, 2013, 3:59 AM by Peter Beens   [ updated Sep 20, 2013, 4:00 AM ]
If you have any questions about the following, please email me or fill in the comment box and I will try to respond as quickly as possible. Everyone should stay on task! 

If students need to leave class, please ask them to fill in the Time Tracker at the bottom of their online daybook. 

Period 2 - TGJ3M, TGJ4M

Today is their "Google20" (or Genius Hour) day, so the students may choose to work on a personal project (but no games or Facebook!). The normal priorities for the grade 11's are:
  1. Photography Activity Packs
  2. Photowalk Assignments (numerous!)
Some of the grade 11's are working independently on the BDSS125 slideshow.

The grade 12's are working on their independent projects. Please remind them to update their journal.

Please remind the students to push in their chairs at the end of class!



Period 3 - ICS3C/3U/4U 

The priorities for both grades are:
  1. String Assignments
  2. Programming Challenges (The students are encouraged in work in groups to solve these challenges)
  3. Experiment with App Inventor
Please remind the students to push in their chairs at the end of class!



Period 4 - TGJ2O 

Today is their "Google20" (or Genius Hour) day, so the students may choose to work on a personal project (but no games or Facebook!). 

The normal priorities for the grade 11's are:
  1. Artist Profile
  2. 2nd Flash Animation
  3. Photowalk Assignments (numerous!)
  4. Earth Day Video 
    1. The files can be found in O:\Beens\Earth Day 2013 Raw Video\WMV. If you have a "V" drive on your computer, I would highly recommend copying them to there to do this project.
    2. Use a copy (File > Make a copy...) of this Google Spreadsheet (sign-in req'd) to make a list of the video excerpts you want to use in your video. 
    3. Use Windows Move Maker (or iMovie, for the students on the Mac) to create "excerpt videos" that will be used to make the final video later. If you are unsure of how to use Movie Maker, here are a series of tutorials: http://www.atomiclearning.com/moviemaker2
  5. Repair Portrait Photo
  6. Reproduce the OHASSTA logo in Inkscape. (resubmission)
Please remind the students to push in their chairs at the end of class and turn off all the computers!
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