Mr. Hallett has been teaching you the rules of Quidditch. This “permit to play” is required for participation in the Quidditch Tournament. Mr. Hallett may follow up with some of you, if he feels you need more instruction on how to play.
You will need to be signed in to your Norris Google Account.
Head to the Permit to Play
We are now working on an Interactivd Fiction activity with Google Slides. Here is Mr. Hodgson’s sample, called The Bike, using Google Slides. While this is not on the same theme as your theme of an archaeological discovery, it gives you a view of how the Interactive Story works.
First, I made a map:
Then, I wrote my story:
— Mr H
Here are a few stories. It helps to put them into full screen for reading.
We’ve been writing about our Interactive Fiction Project in connection with the study of Early Civilizations in Social Studies. Here are a few stories that you can “play/read” to get a sense of what we have been up.
Storm by Elizabeth
Ancient People by Wil
Early Humans by Sara
Neanderthal by Ryan
The Wait by Ella
Here are a few from our work in Google Classroom with the Draw program …
Try your hand at making some music with Google’s Chrome Music Lab Song Maker
This is one that Mr. Hodgson made (and you can remix it, if you want)
Other apps within the Music Lab are here, too, to tinker with.
— Mr. H