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Supreme Court Project for Government

Learning Intention:

Create a presentation for the class:

      a. Tell who, what, where, when, how, and why of your court case

      b. Follow the case content handout, plus you can add additional relevant information 

      c.  Correct use of APA format on presentation slides, reference and cover page

      d. Images must have reusable licensing and need to contain the image source and URL under the images 

      e. Be creative during your five minute presentation

      f.  Submit your case content packet in a specific order that is listed on the packet with: APA formatted cover page, grading rubric project sheet, and APA reference sheet

 

 

To help guide you with your project, click on the following pictures.

 

Supreme Court Resources Presentation:

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Example presentation:

 


 

Example cover and reference page in APA format:

 

Video on creating a correctly formatted APA cover and reference page:

 

 

 

Click on the following links to access the assignment documents:

 

Grading Rubric

Case Content Musts 

 

Email us if you have any questions and do not forget to share your group presentation with your teacher:

 

                    Joe.Gonzales@oside.net

                    Jeanna.Wersebe@oside.net 

Literature Circles Book Choice -- 9th Grade


 

Find the Right Book for Mr. Waits 11th Grade English

Click on the image below for the presentation


 

Book Talk Synopsis for Rabaya and Antonio

Please click on the images below to help you pick your next great read!

 


 

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Evaluating Information – Applying the "CRAAP" Test

Directions in sharing between the group for the Mock Trial Evidence Log (This only works if one person starts the process)

1. One member of the group signs into his/her school Google account 

2. Go to Google Drive

3. Click on this link for the Mock Trial Evidence Log 

4. In the top right hand corner, click on file

5. Then click on Make a Copy 

6. Rename your student copy with your period and the last names of each group member for example

Period 1 - Smith, Jones, and Doe

7. Go to the right hand corner of the webpage and click the share button

8. Have each member of the group type in their school Google email then click done, make sure you share with your teacher too! You can type in Demerjian or Hawkins and your teachers name will appear.

9. After everyone has typed in their email then the document will appear in each students Google Drive

10. Check your shared with me folder on the left hand side if the document does not show up or check your Gmail account for the link

 

Remember to use Points of View Database from EBSCO for your research.  EBSCO can be accessed on the left hand side of this webpage if you click the Online Databases link or review the Google Slide Show Below

 

 

Websites Not To Use For Research

 

Evaluating Information – Applying the "CRAAP" Test

 

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May the Code Be With You!

Try one of these fun tutorials and learn how to code.  No prior experience needed. First either watch the video intro with your headphones on or read the notes if the video player is too slow.  If you complete one tutorial, try another. Please remember to wear your headphones. 

 

Star Wars:    https://code.org/starwars

Minecraft:      https://code.org/mc

Frozen:         https://studio.code.org/s/frozen/stage/1/puzzle/1

Angry Birds: https://studio.code.org/hoc/1

Java Script:  https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/hour-of-code/hour-of-drawing-code/v/welcome-hour-of-code

 

 

If you would like more information after class visit:  https://code.org/learn

 

 

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Mrs. Hawkins Oral History Project

 

Click on the pictures to view the PowerPoint slides that have been presented during class.

The PowerPoint slides can help answer questions and are great reminders on how to use specific research tools or tips about conducting your interview. 

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Important documents to look at and use throughout the project

  1.  Letter to present to the person that you are interviewing
  2.  Revised Research Project Timeline
  3.  Oral History Project Description and Learning Targets
  4.  Creating and asking Good Questions Guide
  5.  Narrative Outline for Essay
  6.  PowerPoint Presentation Example
  7.  Presentation Rubric - What Needs to Be in Your Presentation 

Recording your Interview -- You need to produce evidence that the interview took place.  Examples can include - journal notes, an audio recording or video recording.  The audio and video recording can help you also personalize your presentation. 

 

Find below an audio app that can be downloaded on your phone for free. Click on each App Store for the name and link. 

 

                     
   

Mr. Olsen's Spanish III - La Voz del Gato Salvaje Project

All students will create their newsletter through their school Google Account on Lucid Press (click on the picture below to access the website)

 

 

  • Only one student needs to create the document and then share the document.
  • Once, shared all students will collaboratively work on the newsletter together.
  • After completion, only the student who first created the document will upload the finished product to Google Classroom.

 

Things to consider

  • The Editor in Chief should only use their  school Google account (studentid#@oside.net), while the other students can use their personal accounts due to the share settings. 
  • You are only given a specific amount of time.  Use your time wisely.  If you need additional time, the library is open before and after school. 
  • The layout and look should not take a large amount of time.  
  • Everyone should be reading each other's work and editing the entire newsletter.
  • Only 1 page will be graded for this assignment.
  • If the newsletter was shared with you, make sure you check your "shared with me" files or connect to your account through the email that was sent to you.
  • Finished product needs to be downloaded and then uploaded to your Google Drive, then submitted to be graded through Google Classroom.

Please follow the attached rubric for guidance on how your project will be graded (click on the picture below):

Mr. James' Jazz Research Project

** Click on the picture below to access directions and various links to help with your research project

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Mr. Waits -- Google Draw Poster Directions

***Before you start this assignment, make sure you have created your own Google account. 

1- Open Google Docs, click on create, then on drawing

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2- Give your poster a title and enlarge the drawing canvas

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3- Customize the background of your poster

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3- You can use an image as a background of your poster or you can insert as many images as you want into the content of your poster as is shown in the screenshot below. You can also insert shapes, callouts

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4- Insert lines, arrows, and text

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5-  Click on Insert menu to choose among many actions as shown in the screenshot

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6- Create titles using word art

 

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7- Using the authoring tools to : chose background of your text, line weight, line color...etc
 

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8- Sharing your poster

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9- Downloading your poster