36 More Days!
Homework: KBARR, Vocab, 600/Week due Tuesday 4/20, 120 Seconds continues.
RBC: Web Page.
“RBC – Webpage, 4/19 (4/20)” ALL: IN NOTEBOOK.
- When the student searched for “Could an asteroid hit Earth?” the search engine returned more than 10,000 results. a) True b) False c) You can’t tell.
Even though the student asked a five word question, the search engine ignored one or more of them. How many words were ignored? a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
- A link is always underlined. a) True b) False
- Which link would you click on to see what sources the authors of the asteroids page used?
- A web address is also known as a… a) ULR. b) http. c) search engine. d) site. e) URL.
- Not including the search feature, how many “interactive areas” (places where you can do something besides just click) are linked to on the “All About Asteroids” main page? a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4 e) 0
- From what we can tell from the main page, the “All About Asteroids” site gives information on… a) how many asteroids hit Mars each year. b) how people can make their own model asteroids. c) what an asteroid is. d) movie myths about asteroids. e) all of the above.
- Which link would you click to look for something else about asteroids on the “All About Asteroids” site that’s not listed on the main page? a) See More Science Topics b) See More General Topics c) Search This Site d) E-mail the Authors e) Take This Poll
120 Seconds 4/19 – 4/20.
Period 1 LIVE: Aidan, Corey, Kai, Colbin
Period 1 DL: Finished
Period 2 LIVE: Jack, Ella, Layla, Grant
Period 2 DL:
Period 3 LIVE: Scarlett, Tru, Maddi, Elle
Period 3 DL:
Period 5 LIVE: Dominic, Jonah, Laurel, Reese
Period 5 DL:
Period 6 LIVE: Josh, Patterson, Michael, Frankie
Period 6 DL:
120 Seconds. Judges’ Rubric.
- (1-6) Introduction-Presentation: How well done? Did reader give title, author, and genre of the book and brief setting of the scene? Did reader capture the audience’s attention immediately?
- (1-6) Mechanics: Reading Clarity. Is the pacing good? Are words pronounced correctly and easily understood? Are words read slowly enough for the audience’s understanding? Is there enough volume?
- (1-6) Stage Presence: Does the reader appear confident? Does the reader establish eye contact with the audience during the intro? Are gestures, if any, natural and appropriate to the reading? Does it look like she/he has practiced?
- (1-6) Reading Interpretation: Are characters identifiable/differentiated by your voice? Can you tell when it’s a question? Can you tell when description ends and dialogue begins? CAN YOU AVOID THE MONOTONE DRONE?
- (1-6) Quality of Selection: Is it entertaining, whether dramatic, suspenseful, or funny? Does it make us want to read the book?
- (1-6) Audience Appeal: Is the reader holding the listeners’ attention? Overall impression?
- (1-?) Level of Difficulty: A typical page from The Outsiders = 3
Debrief Test #15. Retakes after 3:15. Max retake score = 17.