Let’s reflect on the Minecraft city-state project that you just completed in social studies. Please write at least one good paragraph thoroughly explaining your thoughts on the project and include the following prompts:
What was your contribution to the city-state?
What did you like most about the project?
What did you find the most challenging?
What advice or suggestions do you have for improving the project next year?
The questions do not have to be followed in this order, and also please do not mention partner names or mention specific problems you might have had in this regard. You can discuss the challenges when working collaboratively, though. Be respectful. If you would like to answer in multiple paragraphs, remember to add an extra return. Use an introductory sentence and conclude with something thoughtful.
Bet You Didn’t Know: Halloween History
Describe your favorite Halloween costume so far. It could be from when you were a toddler to what you will be wearing this year. Be descriptive using those adjectives we just reviewed.
Also, can you describe a particularly funny or scary Halloween? Something that happened when you went trick or treating? I know you all have great stories to tell!
Two paragraphs one for each. I’m looking for creative opening lines and thoughtful concluding sentences. Remember to add in an extra return to indicate a new paragraph.
(Funny pictures taken at the scariest moment from Nightmares Fear Factory haunted house.)
I define a Core Value as a central belief that is deeply understood and shared by every member of an organization or community. At Shorecrest, we are focusing on these five Core Values this year: Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Knowledge, and Compassion.
In one or two good paragraphs, pick the Core Value that is the most important one to you and tell how you will model this Core Value this year. How will you demonstrate this Core Value? What will you do? How is this Core Value you?
Be sure that how you model your Core Value is doable, and any goals you may set for yourself reasonably attainable.
Remember to begin with an interesting lead and finish with a concluding sentence leaving the reader with something to think about. Also, add in an extra return to indicate a new paragraph should you write more than one.
Is your bedroom “an archaeological site of dirty socks, sports-drink bottles, ripped papers and empty boxes of Cheez-Its?” If so, does it make your parents crazy? How often do you clean it up? Does the mess bother you?
One or two good paragraphs please answer:
— Should parents make their children clean their room? Why?
— Does having a clean room make you a better or happier person? Does cleaning your room teach you important life skills?
— What’s the state of your bedroom? How clean or messy is it? Do you like it that way?
— How often do you clean your room? Do you clean it only because your parents make you?
(Courtesy of the N.Y. Times Learning Network)
After watching the video, The Gnomist by CNN Films, please include the following ideas in one good paragraph. Be mindful of your sentence structure. And begin with an interesting lead sentence and end with something thoughtful for the reader.
Overall thoughts on the video…how did the story make you feel?
What is one theme? (the message, lesson, or moral of the story) Explain.
Anything else that you would like to say. (This could be your concluding sentences.)