Digital Portfolio Uploads Required for T3 Showcase Presentation in Spring
Choose 1+ work samples for EACH CLASS class listed here that you think demonstrate your PROCESS (the steps taken to improve work), PROGRESS (the significant positive changes in skills and thinking), or PROFICIENCY (meeting or exceeding grade level standards):
--> HUMANITIES projects to consider:
OWL 1 Personal Narrative
OWL 2 Film Narrative
OWL 4 Published Technical Manual
Narrative Summative on Dust Bowl
Political Manifesto Presentation
(IRP) Independent Reading Project
Summative Legislative Bill
Social Issues Project Presentation
T2 Summative Presentation Video (All were worth posting/displaying.)Señor Rhodes shared the video with you. Here’s a sample of the filename you need to search in Google Drive: VID_0003.MOV
Upload work to Digital Portfolio to specific the 8th grade class tab. If there is trouble uploading a document, save as a .pdf file and attempt to upload that file.
For Google slide presentations, try File--> Publish to web. From there, you can EMBED the slides onto your page. See this example. (Scroll down to find TAP lesson in middle of the page.
Make sure to click PUBLISH and confirm that all work is working properly on the published site.
The Yearbook Staff wants each eighth grader to submit: 1 ) baby photo 2) quote 3) current photo
ALL photos and quotes should be emailed directly to MR. NIELSEN! email@example.com
Use a DESCRIPTIVE SUBJECT LINE: LAST name, Gr. 8, yearbook submission
Even if you've sent these to the addresses mentioned in the bulletin, please RESEND to Mr. Nielsen.
Advisory: Wednesdays and Thursdays
> Wednesdays are generally study hall periods. This is an ideal time for all students to work on homework or projects, organize materials, review for tests, update study calendars, work collaboratively, and more.
> Thursdays are focused upon community building time. On these days, we will engage in discussions or activities.
> The year-long focus is upon developing the traits of an RUSD graduate: being engaged citizens, motivated learners, balanced individuals, creative problem solvers, and effective communicators.
Students will also learn about digital citizenship, safety, and identity through modules from Common Sense Media.Here families will also find helpful info including reviews of movies, music, websites, and apps along with advice to help you and your young teen navigate a digital life with smart techniques and healthy habits.
Del Mar students are expected to complete a minimum of six hours of community service each year. There are opportunities on campus and announcements in the morning bulletin about events where students can assist.