Here I am going to tell u what my favourite youtube animators and giving u some information on them.
First my first animator that I watched was “The odd ones out”. the odd ones out is a anim8ed series of one guy (James) telling u about what happened during his life (actually thats what everyone is doing) James full name in James odd ones out Rallison he is 25 and he has two ✌ books. Also I want you to notice that they don’t look alike at all
next I’m going to tell you about somethingelseyt very long and confusing name I know. But his Real name is Adam Ortiz he is 24 years old has two Spotify song has 4.1 mill subs and he and James get a long well and are sometimes int he same video because they both live in Arizona.still don’t look alike.
Today you are taking a brief quiz based on ch. 1-3 of He Who Dreams by Melanie Florence. To complete this you will need to follow this link and enter this code 1799 2745. You will need to give yourself a name that clearly identifies your real identity. This link will only be open for a limited time to submit on Teams. You must complete this task in the assigned time or you will be considered “absent” from class.
Today we are taking our linear equations from the previous weeks and putting them into action in different formats including tables and graphs.
Note: seeing as we are currently in remote learning students may either choose to create their own graph paper using this link. Or they can use an online graph creating website at this link for their assignment. Grade 8’s: when using this link you will need to input your positive and negative values for making a cartesian plane. If you wish to do them digitally online, then you can use this link here.
Grade 7’s are working on assignment 1.6 in the text and completing numbers 1-8
Today we are solving a 5 min. mystery. These mysteries come from https://www.5minutemystery.com/ where people submit their mysteries for signed up members to solve. In this assignment you are reading a 5 min. mystery, using 2 colours of higlighters to note the incriminating and exonerating evidence (we will discuss in class what these terms mean). Then you will write down your notes from your highlights to determine who the culprit is in the mystery. You will then write an account fully explaing what you think happened based on the evidence that you have collected. Here are the materials you will need posted below.
Today you will be writing a recipe. To do this you will first need to look at some sample recipes online. Here are links to 3 recipes to consider. Look for aspects that you think are part of writing a good recipe. What do they include that draws the reader in? What makes them clear/easy to understand. Could you follow this recipe?
Once you have read through a few, take a look at the assignment below. Fill out the sections regarding the recipe you would like to share. It is likely something that you have with your own family. Likely you don’t already have a recipe from home (many homes don’t use formal recipes). This means that you will likely have to look up a recipe that is for the type of food that you like. Then you will borrow the facts from that recipe and make it your own by including your own thoughts, experiences, and ideas (likely using the template in the link below too).