Here is a video of Jose explaining how he created his foam cup print. We created these in conjunction with Paul Revere's etching of the Boston Massacre. The students created a print to represent the massacre from the Loyalist point of view.
The Official Blog of Mr. C's Class at Noel Elementary School! Modeling the use of technology to teachers and students.
Monday, September 30, 2013
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Paul Revere and the Boston Massacre
Paul Revere's etching of the Boston Massacre shows a definite bias against the soldiers. Our goal today is to take the incident and create a print from the Loyalist point of view.
Posted by Wm Chamberlain at 2:29 PM 0 comments
Labels: social studies
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Road to the Revolution 1763-1775
Here is the presentation over the events that led to the creation of the Declaration of Independence.
The essential question is: What events led to the creation of the Declaration of Independence.
The first activity is to create a timeline for the events.
Posted by Wm Chamberlain at 10:53 AM 0 comments
Labels: history, social studies, timeline
Monday, September 16, 2013
Friday, September 13, 2013
STUCO Candidates Speeches 2013
Presidential Candidates' Speeches
Vice Presidential Candidates' Speeches
Treasurer Candidates' Speeches
Secretary Candidates' Speeches
Representative Candidates' Speeches
Posted by Wm Chamberlain at 9:11 AM 1 comments
Labels: government, speech, STUCO
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Student Council Elections Ballot
Posted by Wm Chamberlain at 7:30 AM 1 comments
Labels: elections, google forms, student council
Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Kayla's Youtube Video for American History
Kayla rewrote the lyrics to Men at Work's Who Can It Be Now and created a youtube video. How did you complete the assignment? Will we see your work of art online too?
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