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Scariest Stories and Fall Poetry ready for your participation!

Scariest Stories and Fall Poetry ready for your participation!

by Bonnie Thurber -
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Please join us for Scariest Stories and Fall Poetry 2012

Whether it's a scary story or a fall poem, we encourage students to share their literary work and discuss it with one another.Students can use this project to develop their writing skills by sharing and discussing their narrated and/or illustrated (optional) writing in our online community.

The Scariest Stories project activities described below are designed to take about one hour a week in a school computer lab or on set of classroom computers. Teachers should plan to spend an hour a week in addition to the computer time. Students who get involved spend more time writing, sharing and discussing their stories.

Activity 1: The Scariest Survey
1.1 Take The Scariest Stories Survey
1.2 View Survey Results

Activity 2: The Scariest Stories Forum
2.1 Contribute to the Forum

Activity 3: Write & Share Your Scariest Stories
3.1 How to Create your Web Page
3.2 Publish your Scariest Story

Activity 4: Review & Discuss Scariest Stories
4.1 Comment on Scariest Stories
4.2 Write a Reflection about What You Learned.

Activity 5: View the Interactive Map
5.1 How to Add a School Link to the Interactive Map
5.2 Add Your School Link to the Scariest Stories Interactive Map

Activity 6: How Am I Feeling About Scary or Fall Stories
6.1 Reflect on What I Have Discovered

Questions: contact