Finding Your Voice/Using Your Voice

The class will read Tamim Ansary’s email together. http://edition.cnn.com/2001/COMMUNITY/09/26/ansary.email/index.html Understand the context in which this was written. The timing was fortuitous — enough people had email for this to have an impact; but people weren’t yet being bombarded with spam emails, so they actually opened this, read it and forwarded it. I received this email from four different people, in

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Friday’s Discussion

I was very pleased with Friday’s class discussion. I saw a lot of passion and interest from students. I heard a lot of ideas that are worth exploring. I need everyone to fill out Work Logs for 3 weeks. Andy will be here Tuesday to help us with Thank You cards. Please do not attack other students. Each student performs

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Write About a Film

Write 100 words about a classic movie. If Mr. Machtay approved your choice of movie (or recommended a movie) it’s likely respected by film critics. Q1: Why do you think critics rated this movie so highly? Q2: Do you agree or disagree with the critics? Discuss: Writing Cinematography Acting Visuals Director’s Choices IF THIS MOVIE IS A HISTORICAL CLASSIC (pre-1970)

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My Galileo

Make a short video 1.5 minutes to 3 minutes highlighting something about Galileo. Create this with Freshmen Orientation in mind, and the start of the next school year. What do you think incoming students should know about Galileo? This can be serious or it can be funny. You can use voice over narration or you could make a video that’s

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Closing Credits

List the people who worked on your video. You could list everyone in one list: Arthur Betty Chuck Debbie Or you could credit students with different jobs: Director • Debbie Camera • Chuck Editing • Betty with assistance from: Eddie, Fiona, Gary, Harriet At the very end place this information: Produced by Digital Communication Pathway @ Galileo Supervised by Henry

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