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Today’s poetry activity is to create a poem with an online Magnetic Poem Creator. Write a “found poem” from the words about nature.
When you are done, save the poem to your desktop as a screenshot (Command/Shift/4) and upload into a new Google Docs file, and share with Mr. Hodgson.
This was what Mr. Hodgson wrote:
After you write your poem about an object or thing, head on over to the Visual Poetry site and create a Shape Poem version of your poem. Use the words to make the shape of the thing you have written about.
When you are done, be sure to SAVE/DOWNLOAD your image from Visual Poetry and then UPLOAD it into your Google Doc file, so that you have both versions of your poem. Then, share your Google Doc with me.
Mr. Hallett will review the responses and determine if you are eligible to play in the Quidditch Tournament. If he needs to, he will discuss your answers with you. The idea of the permit is for you to show you have been listening and paying attention.
Test out this site and see if you can make your own short animation. Give it a try by drawing a snitch flying through the air. Use your team colors as best as you can.
See what Sara made:
And see my happy face:
Once you make your animation and save it, grab the link for your animation and share it with us via our Padlet Site. Just click on the wall, give it a title and then use the link sharing to add your link. Save it to the wall.