Name: Kenny
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Sie ist für das Nehmen, jedermann frei, das es kann es als ihr haben wünscht. Ich habe Fehler gemacht. Ich habe. Ich darf nicht sie als schwarze Punkte, die nicht weggehen, aber Meilensteine sehen, die mich erinnern an, wo ich gewesen bin und wo es ist, daß ich von komme. Die Leute um mich sind jetzt an einem Platz in ihren Leben, in dem alle sie hoffnungslos gehaftet sind, da ich bin. Sie benötigen Hilfe und lieben, ich haben zu ersparen einiges. Ich bin keine Florenz Nachtigall oder Mutter Teresa, aber ich kann sie tun. Sie bildet mich glücklich. Der ist mein Hauptzweck. Mein restlessness, mein imaptience mit Umständen ist zu mir neu. Ich bin immer die Art Flipbook Helps Students Visualize Concept I found an electronic flipbook for my students to use to visualize how animation works. The flipbook allows them to draw on many frame pages. It moves the pages quickly making it appear as if the drawing is moving. The animation can be saved for others to view. The students' were really amazed at how many little movements were needed to create a smooth animation. Flipbook Animated Example Friday, February 24, 2006 Animation Reinforces Reading Skills We discussed the travel project yesterday as a class. I explained that the projects needed to be saved electronically and talked about different ways we accomplished that in past projects. As a class, we decided to tackle animation which is something we have never done before. I explained the concept of animation to develop background knowledge and allow students to connect to any prior knowledge they had on the topic. Organizing the data was the next step and a timeline was the suggestion of some students. Collaborative groups were established and students started talking about how they were going to represent their timelines using animation. Some of the thoughts I heard were moving toys (planes, boats) or clay objects across a map. Some students thought of drawing maps on paper while others thought of using a map from clip art. To help students visualize the animation process Cool Links has examples of animation and once students read the claymation process it will be discussed in class. Sunday, February 19, 2006 Where Have You Traveled? The class will be assigned a project to electronically store city locations on a map where each student has traveled using a technology solution. Students will brainstorm solutions, learn to use the selected tool by reading technical documentation, implement and electronically share their solutions. bategreat bearrare behrrare kindtwined kindwind kindwined klahntan klanntan klantan klarerare knerrrare kniggebig kollijolly


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