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Information for seventh-graders

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Reminder for Mrs. Hayes:

* Use the note form Julie and I created for the 8th grade reports.

* Grade tough (require 10-15 facts from each reading) -- double check with Julie.

* Have (challenging and straight-forward readings)

* Have students copy and paste link from each reading, podcast or video onto notes page.

 

 

 

 

This is information for creators.

 

To add a link, copy the URL for your news story, highlight the title on your PB wiki page and click the "Add Link." Control V to add your link to the box. Hit Enter. Your link is saved. Hit save on PB wiki page. Test the link!

 

If you have any trouble adding your links, see Mrs. Hayes.

 

 

To download Statehttp://state.xnl.s3.amazonaws.com/StatePackage.exe

 

Here is a tutorial. (Notice: Somethings have changed. But this video will give you some information.)

 

This is a link to a better tutorial!!!

 

 

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Sources -- Use the link to find stories, podcasts & videos for the 5/6.

 

REAL -- Use this link to see what R-E-A-L is.

 

Example: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/about-us/press-room/press-releases/online-privacy-poll -- 

R -- Read the URL -- Commonsense Media is a reliable website because it is non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that advocates media sanity.

E -- Examine the content. The content of the webpage explains a poll that Commonsense Media took of parents and children and the results were that 3 out of 4 parents felt Social Networks were not protecting children. I trust the validity of this site because the article gives specifics about the poll --  2,100 adults were surveyed between Aug. 13 and Aug. 16, 2010, and 401 teenagers (ages 15-18) were surveyed between Aug. 18 and Aug. 20, 2010. Also, the information is current with the date of October 2010.

A -- The author and publisher are Commonsense Media, which I explained above.

L -- Links -- The article gives links to an email; you may send for the complete poll, if you want more information.

 

Below is an example of a paragraph!

 

This -- http://www.commonsensemedia.org/about-us/press-room/press-releases/online-privacy-poll -- is a good site because the article is written and published by Commonsense Media, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that advocates media sanity. The article itself is recent or current, with a date of October 2010. The content is solid, referring to a Wall Street Journal story about Facebook in which reporters explained how that Social Networking Site was tracking users. The article gives specifics about the poll: 2,100 adults were surveyed between Aug. 13-16, 2010, and 401 teens (15-18) were surveyed between Aug. 18-20, 2010. The article does not convey opinion, but the facts of the poll. The links are helpful because the article provides an email link if you want a copy of the complete poll.

 

Note-taking rubric: Check your facts against this rubric, please. Info for seventh-graders

Note-taking rubric  

 

 

You will find pages on:

Access  

Commerce

Communications

Etiquette 

Health and Wellness

Law 

Literacy

Rights and Responsibilities 

Security

 

ToonDoo -- http://www.toondoo.com

username: folsomstudent

password: library

 

 

 

 

 

 

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