We've been watching the movie The Girl who Spelled Freedom in class. This is a story about a Cambodian family who escape the communist rebels in Cambodia. They end up in the United States sponsored by an American family. The students will post a blog article about the story identifying a theme of the story.
Hi click on my name go to the post and leave me a commet please In don't get a lot of comments.
Comment Posted on May 13, 2011 at 03:29 PM by
Hi, my class is sending up a high altitude balloon to over 100,000 feet (that’s almost 20 miles straight up!) We are sending up our High Hopes for the world with it so our “High Hopes” really will go “High!” My high hope for the world is I live in Sparks, Nevada be respectful for the people around us. To pass elementary, high school and college. Get more supplies for more kids. To learn more to have a good carrier that I like. More money so we can have more things that we need. My High Hopes for the community is to stop crimes so no more people loose their family's and be sad. No more gangster's so no kids get in gangs and get arrested. My High Hopes for the world is to help all the places around the world from earthquakes and tsunamis and other things that have happened to them. To give money for people who really need it. I bet you have a high hope. If so share it here
and we wil send your high hope up high too!
Comment Posted on May 2, 2011 at 03:34 PM by
Hi, my class is sending up a high altitude balloon to over 100,000 feet (that’s almost 20 miles straight up!) We are sending up our High Hopes for the world with it so our “High Hopes” really will go “High!” My high hope for the world is PUT YOUR HIGH HOPE HERE . I bet you have a high hope. If so share it here
Comment Posted on May 2, 2011 at 03:21 PM by
What a great surprise we have had here in our Grade Three class to receive feedback on our blogging from Grade Six students. We really appreciate the fact that you took the time to write to us! If you are interested to know, we are from Guelph, Ontario Canada, and would love to hear from you again!
Comment Posted on February 17, 2011 at 01:22 PM by
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Julia Osteen is a JH teacher at Greater Atlanta Christian School in Norcross, GA. This is her 25th year teaching. She also supports teachers in grades K-12 with technology integration.
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