Announcements: 4/27/20

New Announcements:

For those of you taking the YouTube Philosophy class, there is a new assignment posted on your Schoology class today.  Go check it out.  Remember, new assignments will be posted on Monday and Wednesdays.

If you didn’t do the two for last week, it would be a good idea to do so since these assignments will build on themselves.  They really shouldn’t take you too long to do. If you would still like to join the class email Terrance. You will be able to see the assignments.

Favor de hacer los asuntos siguientes:

Asunto 3: Aqui, 11:22 Il verbo IR al presente, con ejercicios

Asunto 4: Aqui, 13:27 IR vs. Irse al presente, con ejercicios

Asunto 5: Aqui, 13:52 – ‘IR’ y “IRSE”: fui, fuiste, fue, -con ejercicios

Después de terminar cada tarea, hágame saber sus resultados. El informe debe incluir los siguientes puntos:

  • El enlace en sí
  • Breve reflexión sobre la tarea (si le gustó o no y por qué)
  • Con qué preguntas tuvo dificultades antes de mirar las respuestas.

Daily Prompts (2):

Art of Writing: #14, the “33” story

!!!!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!:  DO NOT READ AHEAD.  READ AND DO ONE STEP AT A TIME OR THIS DOESN’T WORK AS WELL.  IT IS A LITTLE LIKE A MAGIC TRICK SO DO ONE STEP AT A TIME.

1) Write a 33 word story. Pretty straight forward.  Write a story that is exactly, no more and no less, 33 words long.

Now I am going to put a bunch of space here so you can’t read ahead by accident because everyone likes a good magic trick.  Yes, you do.

2) Write another 33 words that comes before the first 33 word story you wrote. You are going to write the backstory to the story you just wrote and you are going to do it in exactly 33 words.  Again, it must be exactly 33 words and the events of that story have to come before the 33 word story you wrote in Step 1.

Here is more space so you don’t read ahead.

3) Write your ending in 33 words

Yeah, you sorta knew this was probably coming.  I know you thought that the first 33 word story you wrote was finished, but clearly it wasn’t.  So, you are adding another 33 words to the first 33 words you wrote in Step 1.  Again, your end should be exactly 33 words.

Here is more space because more is going to happen.

MAGIC.

4)  Give your piece a one word title

Tiltles are important.  Give your 99 word story a one word title. Yes, you only get one word because you just wrote a 100 word story.

Up, Up, and Away: Proctor and Gumball Story

For this story, you will be facing two villains- Proctor and Gumball. They are a team. Each villain has two powers on their own.  More importantly, when they are together, they each have one additional power as a team.  It becomes a “team power”.  You get to decide what their individual powers are as well as what their one team power is.

Your setting is somewhere in downtown Seattle (if that is possible for your hero). Remember, stories are:

  • At least two pages
  • Double-spaced
  • 12-point font
  • Make sure to proofread your story before turning it in

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