Monday, November 21, 2011

Follet eBooks

1. Can you use this library outside of school? Explain
 Yes, because you use it online. So if you have internet you can go online and use it.

2. Is using this site legal in regards to copyright? Why or Why not?
Yes, because on the bottom of the sites page, they have a copyright picture.

3. Identify 2-3 books you might want to read. What makes them something you want to read?
"Paul Bunyan", "Stink the Incredible Shrinking Kid", and "Wolf's Coming" because the cover looks interesting.

What I'm Teaching

What are you teaching the students?
I am going to be teaching the students about one of the plate boundaries, convergent boundary.

Where did you find your resources/information?
I found my information from:

What activity are you having the class do?
The activity I'm going to have the class do is create each plate boundary from play-dough.

What vocabulary are you introducing to the class?

The vocabulary I'm introducing is the word convergent.

Setting of a Story

I'm sitting on a hard wooden chair in the middle of the room. The room is dark with no light, empty and sad, no one here but me. A single window looks out into the woods, dark and foggy. A cold breeze comes from the cracked door and snow blows in. There's a smell of death upon me, there's a cloud of darkness coming over me.

Why I Write

I write because it lets me be in my own world, and have no rules and can write anything that comes to my mind. I write because I feel like I'm in it and can change anything I want and delete things I don't want. I can use my imagination to create stories people will enjoy and love to read. I write because no one can tell me what not to do.


One day Jamie was walking through the park and as he was walking he felt as if someone was watching him. He tried to take his mind off of it and started to jog. As he was jogging he saw someone hidden in the shadows. Jamie starts to sprint faster and faster and as a shadow casts over him ;he turns around, but saw no one and nothing is there but a squirrel. As he sighs in relief he hears foot steps, one step after the other after the other he listens to it silently. Jamie gets up and starts tiptoeing towards his bike; as he’s unlocking his bike he hears something. A little screech like a swing, swinging back and fourth slowly. He doesn’t turn, too afraid to see what it or who it might be. Jamie gets onto his bike and starts peddling slowly, but starts going faster and faster by the minute cause of a shriek he heard, a silent yet eerie noise.


When I was reading this I can picture this in my mind, how sad and depressing it is it's not a bad thing). I like the way you use descriptive words to describe the feeling of the story.

 I like how you remember your dreams and can write it down, because I can’t remember any of my dreams. I think you should keep a dream journal and write down as many dreams as you can remember and one day create a book about one of them. These dreams/stories are very interesting

 I like the way you described how you feel and the way you said "Hearing the Whi
Hello Jack.
I agree that technology is very helpful and resourceful for student since our world is very technical now. I find classes more interesting and easier when your able to use technology to help you.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Copyright License

I choose Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. I choose noncommercial because I wouldn't want someone to use what I wrote and earn money for it. I choose share alike because if I share what I wrote they should to because I let them take my words and use it.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Experiment Procedure

   Procedure (Unrevised)

Step 1: Gather materials.
Step 2: Measure the beans by scale and texture.
Step 3: Get two cups, fill both of them with water to about 3 in high.
Step 4: Put 1 teaspoon of salt in one of the cups.
Step 5: Mix the salt in with the water.
Step 6: Stick beans in dirt.
Step 7: Pour the unsalted water in one cup of the soil and
the salted one in the other.
   Procedure (Revised)

Step 1: Gather materials
Step 2: Put jacket on
Step 4: Get two cups
Step 5: Label both cups
Step 6: Put soil in both cups
Step 7: Weigh the cups (make sure they way the same)
Step 8: Get two beans
Step 9: Weigh the bean
Step 10: Record data:
Step 11: Put 1 bean in the cup
Step 12: Weigh the cups again
Step 13: Record data
Step 14: Get two more cups
Step 15: Put water 1/2 way in both cups
Step 16: add 5km of salt to 1 cup
Step 17: Weigh the cups
Step 18: Make the cups weigh the same
Step 19: Record data
Step 20: Pour regular water into the cup that is not labeled
Step 21: Pour salt water into the cup labeled salt water
Step 22: Write down a hypothesis

Monday, August 29, 2011

The One Word That Ruined My Life Forever

       Carla had a best friend at Summer Camp, that she would always tell secrets to. One day her best friend, Mary, asked what was her password to her Facebook account. They went to their secret hideout and Carla told Mary her password, and Mary told Carla hers. What Carla didn't know, is that Mary saw Carla with her ex and she got really upset and was planning to ruin her relationship and her life.
      When Carla logged on a few days after she told Mary her password, she (Carla) wasn't able to log on,  so she went on her other friends account. Carla went to her profile to see if anything was wrong, and she found a nude picture of her and an older girl together. She knew her life was over and with her relationship with Joe. From then on her life was different, no one talked to her, everyone laughed and talked behind her back, even tho she knew they were. Carla regrets telling Mary her password now, and will never make that mistake again.
      After the school year ended she moved to Minnesota and made a new friend named Kayla. They would always hangout every weekend and have basketball practice together. But she still is afraid to trust people with her secrets, which Kayla understands. A year after she met Kayla she is starting to trust people again, and tells Kayla why she has trust issues. What Carla found out is that just cause one best friend hurt you, doesn't mean someone else will. Carla and Kayla grew to become great friends and went to the same collage and became room mates.

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