Please listen to this powerful podcast feature released this week. Please answer the questions below, as well. If you have an interest, here is another example from the same program on a different topic.
Why is this subject worthy of a feature? What is the main point of this piece? Does it have a perspective or . . . → Read More: Homework: Digital Journalism – Podcast Feature
All, please see the handout for the Photostory and the directions for producing one in Windows Movie Maker shared with you in Google docs and linked below:
Photostory Handout and Rubric
Photostory Technical Directions
The document for your next project has been shared with you in Google docs and is linked below. Please have a look for discussion in class tomorrow, Wednesday, March 16.
“What does technology want?” Project
The notes from the lecture on using the persuasive organizer to outline your essay have been shared with you in Google docs and linked below.
Organizing a Persuasive Essay E
Organizing a Persuasive Essay D
Linked below is an excellent article on immigration to Europe, particularly covering migrants from Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa to Italy, France, and Spain. This piece covers facts, claims, and counterclaims regarding a possible impending wave of immigration following the uprisings across Northern Africa. European attitudes on immigration are also covered.
“Revolts Rise Fears of Migration . . . → Read More: Resource: English 10 B, C, D – Immigration Article
The notes from our discussion of evaluating sources and finding bias in source material are linked below and shared with you in Google docs. Keep in mind that a biased source is not necessarily a bad one: we can identify useful facts, being sure to cross-check with another source for accuracy; we can identify different points . . . → Read More: Notes: English 10 B – Evaluating Sources
Here’s a bonus piece for anyone savvy enough to check our class blog from time to time. What I find especially interesting is the empirical information from both the native Swedish and the immigrants experiences blended with facts and figures from political scientists. Also, policy is often mentioned, so this article may be highly useful . . . → Read More: Reading Supplement: English 10 D, E, B – Immigration in Sweden
All, please finish your Pecha Kucha presentation for Monday from the “Q1 – dual poem 2003″ file which has been shared with you in Google docs and is linked below. The notes on how to make a Pecha Kucha in Windows Movie Maker (available on your tablet in Programs > Multimedia) are also shared . . . → Read More: Homework: AP C Pecha Kucha Presentation
Please follow the directions in the document shared with you in Google docs and linked below in order to complete sections 1 & 2 of the document, which will familiarize you with the format of this presentation media. We’ll discuss this in class on Thursday and you will receive further instructions at that point.
Poetry . . . → Read More: Homework: AP Lit F “Poetry Pecha Kucha” – Sections 1 & 2
The notes linked below have also been shared with you in Google docs. Due Monday!
Making a Pecha Kucha in Movie Maker