1. Where are you at in your project?
2. What do you have left to do?
3. What is your time management plan for getting that work done?
If you cannot access your blog for some reason, you can just send it to Mr. Dunbar and I in an e-mail.
Then we will go to the Food Court and you will have an opportunity to continue working on your projects, to conference with Mr. Ryder, Mr. Warren and Mr. Diffin, and to also finish up any other outstanding work including your Speak walls on Padlet.
The expectations for the Speak walls are included on Monday’s calendar, but I’ll lay them out here as well.
Create a wall on Padlet about you. Include your likes and loves and passions.
AND . . . include three quotes from Speak to which you can relate.
AND . . . include three symbolic images from Speak to which you can relate.
Then . . .
Pretend you are one of the characters from Speak and create another wall based on that character. Push yourself to become that character. This isn’t “This is what Spanky McShecklton thinks about Melinda.” This is, “This is what Melinda thinks about Melinda.”
So, you are creating two walls: one from your point of view, one from the point of view of a character in Speak.
Speak Projects are due Friday!
Padlet walls were due yesterday.