For next class please complete the following:
1. Finish your “dial it down map” using Popplet and post a link to it on your Tumblr as well as a link to the article or scenario you selected.
2. In a text post, please reflect on the following:
- How could you apply what you learned in class to…
Complete the K (what do you KNOW) and the W (what do you WANT to know) below based on your knowledge of cyber-bullying.
K: Cyber Bullying is the when someone is bullied on the internet.
W: How to react to Cyber Bullying.
To the best of your ability please define the following vocab words within the context of the topic of cyber-bullying.
Target: The person bullied.
Offender: The person being bullied.
Bystander: Someone who whitnesses cyber bullying.
Upstander: Someone who stands up for the target.
Escalate: Cyber Bullying gets worse.
De-escalate: Cyber Bullying starts to go away.
Due next class: your storybird children’s story or pixton comic.
You may work independently or with ONE other classmate (in other words, groups will be…
1. Please complete your KWL Tumblr entry from our class on plagiarism, paraphrasing, etc.
2. Brainstorm creative ways the entire freshmen class could most effectively collaborate to create a Digi Lit Wikipedia article. This may mean each class takes a section or maybe you have a better idea!…
While the Sears Tower is arguably the greatest achievement in skyscraper engineering so far, it’s unlikely that architects and engineers have abandoned the quest for the world’s tallest building. The question is: Just how high can a building go? Structural engineer William LeMessurier has designed a skyscraper nearly one-half mile high, twice as tall as the Sears Tower. And architect Robert Sobel claims that existing technology could produce a 500-story building. From Ron Bachman, “Reaching for the Sky.” Dial (May 1990): 15.
The Sears Tower is arguably the greatest skyscraping engineering achievement so far. It is unlikely that that people have stopped trying to build the world’s tallest building. Structual engineer William LeMessurier deseigned a half mile high skyscraper. An architect Robert Sobel says that with todays technology can build a 500 story skyscraper. From Ron Bachman, “Reaching for the Sky.” Dial (May 1990): 15.