3PA: Create a way to share your own personal ranking of the top 10 discoveries of Ancient Egypt. Number 1 should be the most important and 10 is the, while still amazing, the least important on your list. 1-10...create your list and fully explain your choice, 1-10, in any way you want.
4PA: We left off with reading poetry by Langston Hughes, who wrote about life 100 years ago in Harlem, NY in the 1920's. I wanted to take you on a trip through a period of time known as The Harlem Renaissance during our last weeks together. This week, explore this link: http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/interactives/harlem/faces/index.html
We can talk on Thursday about what you can create or share about your thinking.
5PA: Capstone is back, optional, but I know my students want to share their plans to make the world a better place, and it's a good time for big picture problem solving. So kids, basic Mr. Schumann directions, by now I bet you know them already:
- Create a way to share facts from your research, provide evidence, that the problem you want to fix is, in fact, a problem.
- What is your idea to fix the problem.
- Format is your choice.
- Due May 25th, as we discussed on Friday kids. I'm so proud of you guys.