Hey guys, i’m back with another blog!
Today we started a new unit called Civil Rights we started picking groups. I’ll reveal whos in which group and the names. Our new teacher Ms. McKenna set up a nearpod lesson and that nearpod lesson had a video that contains information about the civil rights struggle. We made a circle map and we jotted down that information, but forget about that we had our showcase last week, visitors came to watch us work on our projects!
So during Showcase we had Ms. Bressler working with the Caribbean Coral Reefs groups which were working with their apps and they learned how to hyperlink which is like a sentence or a word that brings u to another link. Sequoia and Amazon of the groups were doing stop motion, pretty cool, right! And we had Sequoia and Amazon editing sound, and Arctic Tundra is currently editing their game show movie. That's all for today's blog post, i’ll see u next week. ( we have a huge secret :)
Hi, welcome back to another blog, the first in 2019.
Recently, some of our groups are watercoloring their backgrounds. Specifically, Amazon Rainforest and Sequoia Forest. One person from each group is also finding music on purple planet. Then they're going to start recording their voices too soon, but this time we will record it into imovie so when we start the stop motion project, it is easier.
So I interviewed a classmate of mine, Kevin Cortez, and he showed me a few things about the app his group is designing! First things first, the app is about the Caribbean Coral Reefs, and their using google slides to create it. He showed me the demo and tutorial they are using to build the app, and it is amazing! He likes his part where he explains the problem, he thinks its great! Although, he didn’t like the wording and the pictures. This step was difficult.
Hi guys, its Jordalys back again with another blog. This week we are writing our scripts, some groups are already ahead and starting to organize flee maps and starting to plan what their drawing, Amazon Rainforest and Sequoia are the two groups that are ahead, soon they are going to use apps to start their projects. Our teacher made a map of what words were supposed to use and have already assigned our groups. So far, Sahara is doing a Draw My Life Film, Sequoia is doing an Animation Film, Amazon Rainforest is doing a Claymation Film, but for Caribbean Coral Reefs they are trying something new that we have never done before....they are building their own app! Can't wait to see how they do this!
Hi! This is Jordalys back again with another blog!
So far in PBL , we are still researching our ecosystems, we are using laptops to go on our grades portaportal and research about our ecosystems using that site, we wrote a proposal of how we wanted 2 do our projects, each group had a meeting with our teacher, Ms.Bressler.
I asked the same groups from last week a different question but this was our other PBL unit, I asked them What has been your favorite application/project to use so far this year? The Cuba Human Rights Group responded with that they liked using stop motion studio and painting their drawings, I got this answer from my peer Madison. Now, let’s move on to the other group, The Dominican Republic Human Rights group, I was in that group :).
My peer Brianna responded that they liked taking the pictures on the stop motion app. Now, to our last group, Ecuador, Justin said that he liked doing the website and the imovie.
That is all for today’s PBL blog!
Hello, My name is Jordalys, I am a 5th grade student in class 5-505, in this blog I will be talking about PBL (Project Based Learning).
Currently, me and my peers are researching about different types of ecosystems, these different types of ecosystems are called The Sequoia Forest, Caribbean Coral Reefs, and the Arctic Tundra.
I have asked questions from the people from the groups. First I asked Merlin, a friend of mines that studying the Sequoia, I asked her about how tall are the Sequoia trees? She responded that the trees could be 30 ft or more.
I moved on to my next group i was interviewing, Caribbean Coral Reefs I asked Michael, a teammate from the group, What stage are they on Right now? He responded that they are currently researching their topic.
Now, to our last group The Arctic Tundra, I asked Crystalin How she would describe the tundra? She responded that she would describe it cold, with lots of different types of animals.
This Is All For Today!