a 5th grade blogging project
Mar 25th, 2008 by dunn_alex
Posted in Chapters 1 & 2
Great choice of picture and nice comments! I added some verbal comments to the Voicethread, so you can listen to those when you have a chance.
Hello Mr. Dunn and Alex,
I am a 4th grade teacher at Reeds Road school and was just checking out your new project. In previous years, my class has completed a blog project in response to a novel, but I really like the way you have incorporated the literature circles with your project. Nice job Mr. Dunn!
I like the way you used the information that you had from Ch. 1 & 2 to make a prediction about the figure in the chair. I can’t wait to find out more about it and the bottomless treasure chest. This sounds like a very interesting story. I know that it is exciting when other people comment on your work, so my class and will check back and hopefully be able to make a few more comments. Happy reading!
Hi Mrs. Monroe-
Thanks for stopping by and making a comment! Although we’re just starting this project, we’re already having a lot of fun with it. Mrs. Napoli had shared with us what you had done in the past, which was great to give us an idea on how this might work.
Thanks again for stopping by!
[...] a literature circle project. For instance, one student reading Mansion in the Mist posted this blog entry where he uploaded a picture realted to the chapter of the novel and commented about it. As you [...]
Mail (will not be published) (required)
Anti-spam word: (Required)*
To prove you're a person (not a spam script), type the security word shown in the picture.
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail
Lit Circles with Mansion in the Mist © 2013 All Rights Reserved.
Provided by WPMU DEV -The WordPress Experts Hosted by Gtpsblogs.org
Misty Look by Sadish