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Middle Grades Learn Publisher at Ross Woodward and Betsy Ross
An 8th grade bridge poster project from Ross Woodward.
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Students in the 7th and 8th grades at Ross Woodward and 8th graders at Betsy Ross Arts Magnet used Microsoft Publisher to design posters and brochures showcasing research from their science and social studies classes. Students in LMS Alicia Cookâ€™s 21st Century Technology class created column-formatted posters (left) seen here that packed a punch with colorful headings, word art, graphics and other text-wrapped elements. Projects were scored using a rubric which included a requirement of proper MLA citations. These first attempts at desktop publishing will At Betsy Ross, 8th graders completed posters pave the way for future booklets, pamphlets and brochures in support of the NHPS curriculum and the Ross Woodward on Latin American countries at the direction of LMS Richard Naples. Classical Studies Magnet School significant tasks.
Grateful for a Great Book Literacy Event at Mauro-Sheridan Mauro-Sheridan celebrated its first literacy event of the fall on Wed. Nov. 23 with "We Are Grateful for a Great Book." There was a school-wide read-in as classes read their favorite books around virtual fireplaces projected in each classroom as well as the library. Because this was also Pajama Day, a fundraiser for literacy activities, students enjoyed wearing comfy clothes as they snuggled up with their books. Students were also asked to blog about books for which they are grateful. Read about this at http:// www.mauro-sheridan.net then select Family Literacy and Students: "We Are Grateful for a Great Book."
Google Maps at Worthington Hooker As part of the 6th grade unit on Ecosystems, students at Worthington Hooker School used Google Maps to find their assigned ecosystem in relation to the school. They learned how to use tags and mark migration routes. They used the collaborative tools of Google Maps to work with others and to submit their finished projects to the classroom teacher and the LMS, Beth Hart. See an example of student work here.
A 2nd grade blog entry with favorite books and quotations from the Mauro Sheridan library media center.