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PRESENTING PROJECTS:





5.2.1.1:  The learner will offer and accept constructive feedback.

5.2.1.3:  The learner will deal positively with praise, setbacks, and criticism.
5.3.2.6:  The learner will develop skills necessary for self learning.

5.4.1.4:  The learner will participate in activities that develop effective leadership roles.

5.6.1.2:  The learner will manage time and projects effectively.

5.6.1.5:  The learner will present oneself professionally and with proper etiquette.

5.6.1.6:  The learner will be held accountable for results. 




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GATE

How can a student get in the GATE program? Formal identification of gifted students begins at the end of second grade. The identification process begins with nominations from teachers, parents, students' peers and community members, as well as, student self-nominations. Nominations for students in grades 2-6 are accepted throughout the school year. Testing is done in November and April. The beginning of the process is an initial review of each student by a committee of five teachers. Once the students make it through the initial review, the selected students complete a series of tests. When the testing is complete, the committee will review the data collected to select the GATE students.

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 GATE TEACHERS

Susan Etzkorn
Orr
Trusty
*Fairview

Kristen Holloway
Ballman
Cavanaugh
Pike
*Woods

Lorie Horn
*Euper
Sunnymede
Carnall
Morrison

Tammy Irons
*Cook
Euper Lane
Tilles

Rhonda Solley
Spradling
Bonneville
*Sutton

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READER'S THEATER

READER's THEATER


Collaborate withothers:
3.2.1.1 The learner will accept the limitations of group members and adjust accordingly.


Creativity:
1.1.3.5 The learner will reorganize a body of information and make original additions to it.

Communication:
3.1.1.4 The learner will present material to an appropriate audience using oral communication.

3.1.4.1 The learner will identify and demonstrate various skills of listening (such as eye-contact, observation, attentiveness, etc.)

3.1.4.2 The learner will identify and demonstrate effective body language while listening.


I will collaborate with others to present material (Readers’ Theater) and effectively listen to material using oral communication and effective body language.

VIDEOS

VIDEOS


1.1.4.3

The learner will recognize and use detail appropriately to embellish or enhance objects, concepts, or questions.

4.2.1.1

The learner will use various media sources (such as computers, videos, and other electronic devices, etc).

4.3.2.1

The learner will understand and utilize the most appropriate media creation tools, characteristics and conventions. 



*I will recognize and use detail appropriately to embellish a storyboard for the use of a commercial.

*I will use media sources to explore concept of filming.






Coding Time:

4.2.1.1 The learner will use various media sources.

4.2.1.2 The learner will develop data into illustrative form for appropriate media.

 I can use coding techniques.

DUOLINGO

Duolingo:  

3.1.1.4 The learner will present material to an appropriate audience using oral communication.

3.1.7.3 The learner will communicate effectively in a multi-linguasetting.

* I will independently learn a different language.

STEM Challenges

STEM CHALLENGES:

1.1.3.1The learner will create unique products or ideas by combining, rearranging, redesigning, reversing or substituting unusual concepts or materials.

1.1.1.1 The learner will generate many alternatives in problem finding and problem solving.

1.1.1.2 The learner will utilize brainstorming techniques.

1.1.2.1 The learner will utilize new and different approaches to problems.

11.2.5 The learner will apply a principle or concept to different areas.

* I will brainstorm and use problem finding and solving skills to create an unique product.

DRAMA CIRCLES

TEAM Building/Drama Circles 

3.2.3.1 The learner will recognize and carry out one’s own role in various groups.

3.2.3.2 The learner will recognize group member’s role in various groups.

3.2.3.3 The learner will assess/reassess obligations in individual and group endeavors to fulfill guidelines established by the learner and/or the teacher/facilitator.

3.2.3.4 The learner will develop awareness that cooperation and competition are aspects of interpersonal relations.

I can be a successful member of a team by carrying out my own role and recognizing the roles of others in my group. I will use interpersonal skills to be part of a successful team.

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BlueScreen

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Blue Screen Code

<!-- windowsmoviemakers.net/forums -->
<TransitionsAndEffects Version="1.0">
<Transitions>
<TransitionDLL guid="{C5B19592-145E-11D3-9F04-006008039E37}" >
<Transition name="Bluescreen" iconid="12" comment="Makes first clip show through blue areas of second clip">
<Param name="KeyType" value="1"/>
<Param name="Similarity" value="100"/>
<Param name="Progress" value="0.0"/>
</Transition>
</TransitionDLL>
</Transitions>
</TransitionsAndEffects>

Adding Blue Screen Transition to Movie Maker

Instructions to add blue screen (greenscreen)  transition to your computer

1.        Copy the blue screen code that you see on this page.

2.       Open “Notepad” from the start menu.  (Notepad is under accessories.)

3.       Paste code in notepad.

4.       Click on FileàSave As

5.       You will be saving this notepad with code in the following

·         C:driveàprogram filesàmovie movieàSharedàAddOnTFX

·         If you do not see a file that says AddOnTFX, just right click and add folder there.  Make sure to name folder AddOnTFX (use same capitalization)

6.        When you locate the folder, and you are ready to save the file, change the file name to greenscreen.xml  and change the save as type box to All Files.

7.       After you have save this file, you can open up Windows Movie Maker and click on Video Transitions.  You should see bluescreen under transitions.

 

(If you are trying to put this on the minis, you might have to change the securities temporarily to add a file under program files.)

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