Describe the most beautiful work of art you have ever seen. It may have been a sculpture, a painting, a dance or a set design. It may have been indoors, outdoors, on a stage or on television. Describe it in full detail so that the reader can try to see what you saw.
Before you go further, choose a theme that has a “Theme Editor” (variously titled such as “Theme Options”, “Edit Styles”). Choose a theme that allows you to change the header image AND the font colours(StripedPlus isn’t only one, is it?).
Step One: Title your blog.(do not use your name)
Step Two: Write your own one sentence blog description.
Step Three: Get an image from www.freefoto.com.
Step Four: Use Photoshop to put all layers together. Export the image, keep it less than 20k. Small .png is best.
Step Five: upload your image, find its url and copy/paste.
Pay attention to the imagery in the photo, synch with your blog title/description. Pay attention(eye dropper) to the colours in the image and edit your font colours. Choose a “unique” font in Photoshop for your blog title/description. Scale the final result to fit the fixed height/width of the header in your theme.
Look for the Quick SMS widget on any theme that has sidebar widgets. Mine works(vmobile.ca). I need someone to verify that the Telus Mobility widget works, too. If your provider is not listed, and you want it, let me know. Receiving texts messages on my cell phone, for me, is free. It’s sending them that costs me a dime. How much is Telus to send/receive? The Quick SMS widget lets me send at no cost. You can put any number(10 digits), so behave. Enjoy, report abuses to me.
Look for “Football” links at stj.snowotheray.org. Register, activate, login, play. No money, no bets, no promises.
Thanks to those helping/experimenting with graphics for shop.snowotherway.org. Progress is slow, but carefully done. What works? 5-6 images of each garment with hardwood background, adjust==>image size 320x240px and 72 dpi, and adjust==>auto levels so white balance looks better. Be certain to name each image according to corresponding “product code.”
Check out T-Shirts, others a piece at a time.
Thanks Braden, Deena, Michael M., Adam M.
Before the weekend let’s be done Act 2, write whatever you need in your blogs, moderate at least three comments from anyone on your posts, help others by cross-posting comments as well.
I need to have Assessment data before the long weekend for EVERYONE! Grumble, I have only three sheets from last week, jeesh!
I will enter zeros if no data is received.
Get a magic wand, silk hankie, a coin, pin, string/thread, rubberbands, and a deck of cards. You’ll want to wear a sport coat/blazer (to help hide hands/stuff in big pockets).
NO FIRE. NO SWORDS. NO DECAPITATING the teacher tricks. You may not saw a kid in half.
I’ve got a dvd that is just awesome. Co-op has a few tricks in their birthday party stuff.
Find a “magician’s oath” from google/wikipedia. Take it seriously.
We need a table and a fancy-shmancy cloth.
Someone find a trick were you have a hand puppet as your assistant.
Let’s put on a good show. Rehearsal Thursday AM, PM, too if needed.
Expect to stay out of the Lab and in my room until your trick is mastered. Grrr.
Performance and public presentation is very much a Language Art, everyone will step up and deliver.
Comment on at least 3 “Bully” blogs. Moderate three on your own.
Grade 12s. I must have your data from the first two/three blog assignments ASAP.
Have a look in your Dashboard==>Plugins. Freely restrict/limit access to your blog by activating plugins, especially the capatchas.
Blog an online research about a song that relates to Heather’s workshop(s) about:
- Domestic Violence
- Getting Along
- Lyrics, portions cut’pasted with hyperlink to source.
- What is going on in the song?
- What is the message the artist is trying to send?
- How do you feel about this message?
- How does it focus on the workshop topics?
3. Composer, performer, dates, album art, awards.
4. History, background, items/ideas of interest
5. Hyperlink all sources.
6. Add to Assessment Data Spreadsheet and apply Critical Thinking rubric (1-4)
7. Moderate three comments on your own. Leave plenty of comments, at least three, on other iblog.stjschool.org blogs.