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INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY AT GCMS December, 2009


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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Knowing Poe

KNOWING POE Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Pages The Black Cat This story is one of Poe’s most gruesome takes. It may not be suitable for younger ages. This man is being overtaken by the

drink, with a few murders on the side. Walls, axes, it just might be the best horror story yet.

The Bells

The Raven Edgar Allen Poe was born in Boston on January 19, 1809. His Mother died on December 8 and his father died a few days later so he was adopted. He started school in 1814. Poe went

to boarding school in 1816. On February 14, 1826 he entered the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. In 1835 Poe applied for a job as a teacher, but didn’t get the job. On

May 16, 1836 Poe married his cousin Virginia. Poe died on October 7, 1849. No one really knows how he died, but people have a lot of theories about how he died.

‘Nevermore? This is the only word that the raven knows. Did he come from the gates of Hell? Or did he come to cheer him up after losing his dear Lenore? Many think that The Raven was influenced by

Charles Dickens novel, Baraby Rudge. It also might have been from the two poems, “To Allegra Florence” and “ Isadore”, by Thomas Holly Chivers.

In this poem Poe manages to classify different type of bells and their different emotions. Some think that the bells are comparison to life:

newborns, merry life, sad life. He makes you hear bells and personifies them. Did you know it wasn’t published till after his death in 1849.


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ONLINE PROGRAMS


ClassScape in an online classroom assessment system that facilitates learning by focusing on curricular objectives. ClassScape enables teachers to monitor student performance on North Carolina Standard Course of Study academic indicators. Teachers can build custom assessments or use tests prepared by ClassScape.


APEX LEARNING


Beyond Books offers an interactive curriculum that is engaging and comprehensive, along with teachersupport materials, self-assessments, and correlations to national and state standards. Teachers can customize learning for students.


Renaissance Place Our main use for this is for STAR Testing. In the fall and spring we Star Test our students to give us a starting place to know your child as a reader.


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GCMS Instructional Technology  

This is a presentation about technology used at Greene County Middle school.