• CHECKLIST for Week 5 Graded Assignments

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/27/2020 12:05:00 PM

    Click for: Week 5 Assignments


    Nap Time

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  • Class Checklist: Graded Assignments, Weeks 1 - 4

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/21/2020 3:10:00 PM

    Hopefully you will all be able to click the link below to access a checklist of graded assignments before Progress Reports are due next week:


    Q- 4 Checklist


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  • BBC Earth: Learn about the World's Largest Ant!

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/15/2020 1:45:00 PM

    Painful Bites!


    Jude watched this really cool video about the insect with the most painful bite, which happens to be the world's largest ant!


    Check it out at: https://youtu.be/-Jht-IddpBM


    From that page: "Deep in the Panama jungle, a nervous Steve Backshall bravely allows a fearsome bullet ant to crawl over his hand. The bullet ant has a very powerful sting, and the experience brings back painful memories for Steve who has felt the full force of their bite before. Can he avoid getting bitten this time?"


    Find out!

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  • Great BSE Video made by Mrs. Robinson!

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/15/2020 10:00:00 AM





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  • Disney to You: Virtual Disney from Around the World

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/15/2020 9:00:00 AM

    Invite a little (or a lot) of magic into your home with a first-class ticket to Disney Parks around the world. Avoid lines and experience the non-stop fun of one-of-a-kind Disney Theme Park attractions — virtually, from the comfort of your own couch.


    Disneyland® Resort (California, USA)

    Known as “The Happiest Place On Earth,” Disneyland Resort features two fantastic theme parks: Disneyland Park (the original Disney theme park) and Disney California Adventure Park. This 500-acre oasis of Disney magic and fun provides classic experiences and unforgettable new adventures.

    Disneyland Park

    Peter Pan’s Flight »

    Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run »

    Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance »

    Magic Happens Parade »


    Disney California Adventure Park

    Incredicoaster »

    Radiator Springs Racers »

    Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree »

    Guardians of the Galaxy — Mission: BREAKOUT! »


    Walt Disney World® Resort (Florida, USA)

    The four Walt Disney World® Theme Parks make the real world seem far away, and make-believe as real as the smile on your face. Prepare to be awed, inspired, thrilled, and enchanted. From fantasy and discovery to spotlights and roaring adventure, the magic of Walt Disney World Theme Parks will come alive all around you.

    Magic Kingdom Park

    Seven Dwarfs Mine Train »

    Under the Sea — Journey of the Little Mermaid »

    Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room »


    Spaceship Earth »

    Soarin’ Around the World »

    Frozen Ever After »

    Disney’s Animal Kingdom

    Expedition Everest — Legend of the Forbidden Mountain »

    Kilimanjaro Safari »

    Avatar Flight of Passage »

    Disney’s Hollywood Studios

    The Great Movie Ride »

    • Throwback! This attraction is no longer available but has since been replaced by Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway (below)

    Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway »

    Slinky Dog Dash »


    Disneyland Paris (France)

    Guests at Disneyland Paris can visit worlds of adventure and fantasy as they enjoy two different theme park experiences: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. Disneyland Park is a European interpretation of the “classic” Disney theme park design. And at Walt Disney Studios Park, cinema, animation, and television come to life, and guests can step into the action themselves.

    Walt Disney Studios Park

    Ratatouille: The Adventure »

    Crush’s Coaster® »

    RC Racer »

    Disneyland Paris

    Phantom Manor »

    Indiana Jones™ and the Temple of Peril »

    Big Thunder Mountain »


    Shanghai Disney Resort (China)

    Shanghai Disney Resort, the first Disney resort in Mainland China, is a place where guests can escape to a whole new world of fantasy, imagination, creativity, and adventure. The resort is home to the Shanghai Disneyland theme park, a Magic Kingdom Park–style theme park featuring classic Disney storytelling and characters but with authentic cultural touches and themes tailored specifically for the people of China.

    Shanghai Disneyland

    Pirates of the Caribbean Battle for the Sunken Treasure »

    TRON Lightcycle Power Run »

    Roaring Rapids »


    Hong Kong Disneyland Resort (China)

    Hong Kong Disneyland Resort offers a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams, with seven enchanting lands to explore: Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and Main Street, USA.

    Hong Kong Disneyland

    Jungle River Cruise »

    Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle! »

    Hyperspace Mountain »


    Tokyo Disney Resort (Japan)

    Tokyo Disney Resort features two theme parks: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Tokyo Disneyland is based on the films produced by Walt Disney and is made up of seven themed lands. Tokyo DisneySea is a fantasy theme park that is unique to Japan, inspired by the myths and legends of the sea, and made up of seven themed ports of call.

    Tokyo Disneyland

    Splash Mountain »

    “it’s a small world” »

    Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek! »

    Tokyo DisneySea

    Journey to the Center of the Earth »

    Indiana Jones® Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull” »

    Tower of Terror »




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  • How to Work with Flipgrid (Video for Students)

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/4/2020 12:10:00 PM



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  • How to Use Our Prodigy Class Code: 68F631

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/3/2020 12:40:00 PM


    How do my students use my class code? 


    Class codes will be entered as part of the student registration process. To get your students started, follow these instructions:


    1. Have your students navigate to Prodigy and select the "Play Prodigy" link in the top right corner of the page or head to https://play.prodigygame.com


    2. Have them enter their username and password and select "Login" to access the game.


    3. Have your student click the 'Update" button under "New Teacher?"



    4. Enter in your class code. If you don't have your class code on hand, then select the "Need a class code? Click here!". You will be prompted to enter your teacher email address, password and then chose the class that you would like your student linked to.



    That's it! Your students can login to the game with their existing username and they'll automatically be tied to your class list via the class code.



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  • SCIENCE: Extra credit, Extra fun!

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/2/2020 12:35:00 PM

    Here is the latest web page sent out by BBC Earth, the Science branch of BBC in the United Kingdom.  I think the videos linked there are really interesting, high quality, and educational.  If your learner would like some extra credit in this weird marking period, he or she can write a summary of any video and send it to me at harry.williams@marion.k12.fl.us or via Dojo.


    It can be written or even a video summary.  Be creative--have fun--LEARN!  To go the website, click the screenshot below or HERE!

    BBC link 04-02

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  • BrainPOP by Computer, Tablet, or Cell Phone

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/2/2020 11:15:00 AM

    You can submit BrainPOP results by emailing your results to me from BrainPOP at the end of each quiz (harry.williams@marion.k12.fl.us), by Dojo-ing it to me, or by sending a screenshot.  Parents have asked: Yes, BrainPOP can be done on cell phones!  See the screenshot below...

    BP cell phone results

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  • Make-a-Map: Prepare for the Quizzes in BrainPOP

    Posted by Harry Williams on 4/1/2020 10:05:00 AM

    I was messing around in BrainPOP and found "Make-a-Map" right next to "Quiz" in the menu next to the video. 

    make-a-map 1

    I tried it, and it was fun--and a GREAT way to go over in my mind everything I had learned.  I could organize it in my own way so that it really meant something to me, and clicking the white triangles in the black circles let me listen to an explanatio of whatever I was working with: tons, yards, pints, etc.

    make-a-map 2

    I would DEFINITELY use this before I took a quiz in BrainPOP.  Now I'm going to try some of the other things on that menu!


    Good luck!

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