Archive for March, 2008

Sacajewea Movie script first draft

Sacajawea was in her tribe the Shoshone Indians. She was with her mother. Suddenly there was an  attack. The Minataree tribe attacked the Shoshone. The Shoshone and the Minataree tribe was different in a signficant way. The Minataree had guns

First picture two Shoshone women, working at a lake birds and humming sounds.

2nd picture Indians attacking on horses.  galloping sound.

3rd. Pictures  blank screen with title and them picture of a gun , with a loud gun blast.


Ms. R’ Script for their Charlotte’s Web movie.

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Our class is going to make an Imovie on Charlotte’s Web. We have been reading the book for a couple of weeks and decided to do a movie about the book.

This afternoon we got together and wrote this as a beginning.

Chartlottes’ Web Script draft 1

Charlotte wants to write terrific on her web.

She wants Mr. Z and avery to like the pig and think that the pig is terrific . Charlotte doesn’t want the pig to die.

On a farm farmers Kill pigs to make food (meat, bacon)

Charlotte and Wilbur became very good friends.

In the story, Wilbur learned from the goose that he was going to be eaten.

Wilbur was sad and upset and Charlotte said she would protect him.

That is all we have so far, Friday we will write the beginning of the story.

by Justin, Oche, Tony, Tyrell Zion

Part 1

One morning on the farm Fern said to her Dad Don’t Kill the Pig!!!

She persuaded him not the newborn runt pig.  Fern was angry was fighting with her dad.
Her dad was holding an ax  and was the ready to kill him . she grabbed the ax she saved the pig

Now she had to take care of the pig she fed the pig with a babies bottle that her mother gave her .

Fern named him Wilbur.


Women and The Right to Vote! Brainpop Movie on Women’s suffrage.

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony

The right to vote is one of our Civil rights in a democracy. The right to vote is called suffrage. Women for most of the United States History were not allowed to vote. They got the right to vote in 1920 with the 19 amendment to the Constitution .

Watch the movie: and learn about how women got the right to vote.

Then right four sentences about how women got the right to vote. Name leaders of the suffrage movement and important details of the history of how women got the right to vote


Sacajawea

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We are reading the Start to Finish novel Sacajewea. Tell me what has happened so far in the story? Give details about this story.


Chapter 11, The Miracle – Some Pig

charlottesweb.jpgIn this chapter the weather was foggy. On morning like this the Author E.B.White says ” Charlotte’s Web was a thing of beauty”. Why?

What else was different with the web that morning?

Why was this a miracle?


Happy St. Patrick’s Day

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While we usually do not read about Saints here today being St. Patrick’s day, You might wonder just who was St. Patrick, and what about all the legends about him? So here is his biography from History.com

March 17: General Interest
461 : Saint Patrick dies

On this day in 461 A.D., Saint Patrick, Christian missionary, bishopand apostle of Ireland, dies at Saul, Downpatrick, Ireland.
Much of what is known about Patrick’s legendary life comes from the Confessio, a book he wrote during his last years. Born in GreatBritain, probably in Scotland, to a well-to-do Christian family of Roman citizenship, Patrick was captured and enslaved at age 16 by Irish marauders. For the next six years, he worked as a herder in Ireland, turning to a deepening religious faith for comfort. Following
the counsel of a voice he heard in a dream one night, he escaped and found passage on a ship to Britain, where he was eventually reunited with his family.

According to the Confessio, in Britain Patrick had another dream, in which an individual named Victoricus gave him a letter, entitled “The Voice of the Irish.” As he read it, Patrick seemed to hear the voices of Irishmen pleading him to return to their country and walk among them once more. After studying for the priesthood, Patrick was ordained a bishop. He arrived in Ireland in 433 and began preaching
the Gospel, converting many thousands of Irish and building churches around the country. After 40 years of living in poverty, teaching, traveling and working tirelessly, Patrick died on March 17, 461 in Saul, where he had built his first church.
Since that time, countless legends have grown up around Patrick. Made the patron saint of Ireland, he is said to have baptized hundreds of people on a single day, and to have used a three-leaf clover–the famous shamrock–to describe the Holy Trinity. In art, he is often portrayed trampling on snakes, in accordance with the belief that he drove those reptiles out of Ireland. For thousands of years, the Irish
have observed the day of Saint Patrick’s death as a religious holiday, attending church in the morning and celebrating with food and drink in the afternoon. The first St. Patrick’s Day parade, though, took place not in Ireland, but the United States, when Irish soldiers serving in the English military marched through New York City in 1762. As the
years went on, the parades became a show of unity and strength for persecuted Irish-American immigrants, and then a popular celebration of Irish-American heritage. The party went global in 1995, when the Irish government began a large-scale campaign to market St. Patrick’s
Day as a way of driving tourism and showcasing Ireland’s many charms to the rest of the world. Today, March 17 is a day of international celebration, as millions of people around the globe put on their best green clothing to drink beer, watch parades and toast the luck of the Irish.


Chapter Summary 10

Today we read chapter 10 in our book Charlotte’s Web. What happened in this chapter? Who were the characters in the chapter? What were the doing in the chapter? What did they collect? What was in the blueberries?

Who did Avery try to capture? What happened? What did templeton slip on?


Charlotte’s Web by Ms. Rugerio’s class

Ms. Rugerios Class began reading Charlotte’s Web last week and they like the book so much they intend on creating an charlott.gifIMovie based on the story for our June 13th Film Festival Yesterday they came by the lab and talked about why they like the book, who is their favorite character and so on.

Justin R. says ” I like the book because the pig, his name is Wilbur is a very funny character. He makes you laugh. I like him because he is kind of silly.

Tony O’ says ” My favorite character is Templeton the rat. He is sneaky and he bites. Templeton took the gooses egg. He seems smart.

Zion tells us why he likes Wilbur ” I like Wilbur because he cries alot and he needs help. You just have to want to help him”

Oche says ” I like Charlotte because she is great at spinning a web and she becomes Wilbur’s Friend. She seems like a good friend to have.

Tyrrell says” he likes the people in the book especially Fern and Avery. I like Fern because Mr. Zuckerman was going to kill the runt pig and she saved his life and named him Wilbur.  She is very kind. I like Avery especially when he tried to catch Charlotte and fell in the pigs trough. He was funny.”


Imovie Continued

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So far we have learned how to:

  • add pictures
  • add sounds
  • record voice
  • create transitions
  • add effects to clips

What do you think of Imovie? What do you find difficult? What were you able to do so far? Any comments or suggestions.