Assignments for the week of June 14



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Lesson Plan
June 14 – June 18
 If you have not turned in a permission slip for posting your Father’s Day project and Book Report Blog on Windows Live, they will not be posted.

Periods 1, 3, and 4
Last Chance to scan/draw Father’s Day photos, and last chance to complete blog story map template
Father’s Day Project –

Father’s Day Project –
add voice.

Wild Island

Upload Father’s Day
Periods 5 and 6

Finish VoiceThread

Presentations Wild Island

Pizza Party
Period 7
Father’s Day Project
– write script
Father’s Day Project – Photo Story

  Wild Island

Pizza Party

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Each student in our class will be creating a multimedia scrapbook of his or her father’s life. This project will explore the many different uses of the computer, review parts of speech, and will provide students with an opportunity to learn more about their family heritage. In order for the project to be successful, your help is needed. Please review the list of photographs to be sent to school in an envelope or uploaded to Arrivals folder(if you have difficulty with this, you may put them on a flash drive or send them to We will take very good care of the photos and return them as soon as we have completed the project.

The photos should include a baby picture of the student, a photo of mom when she is pregnant, and any six photos of dad’s life from the time he was born until your child was born. I realize that all families are different and some photos may be difficult to find. That is okay. Students can draw missing photos (usually their artwork is better than the photos anyway).

Thank you,
Julie Butler

List of photos:
1. Baby picture of dad.
2. Toddler picture of dad
3. Elementary picture of dad
4. Teenager picture (dad)
5. Graduation picture (dad)
6. Photo of parents
7. Wedding photo
8. Mom pregnant
9. Baby picture of child


Sample of possible collection of photos (these are pictures using mom’s photos)

Please note: Students may choose any adult in their life for this project.

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