Week 2 Martin luther

Monday May 1, 2017

Gabe reading about Martin Luther

Today joe was not here. We started a graphic organizers for our personal blogs. Looking at quotes, siting sources, writing notes on our specific topic. Kiki finished her 1st paragraph for her topic on excommunication. Michelle is making a graphic organizer on long and short term impacts Martin Luther made because her topic is about Martin Luther and his impact on the world. Gabe spent the class reading a website on Martins early life and writing new/revising old notes. That completed our work for Monday.

Wednesday May 3, 2017

Gabe and Kiki watching a Martin Luther video

Today we didn't have much time in class because of MCAS. Kiki, Gabe, Joe and I researched more for our Dailey blogs and we gathered our websites together so we can site them for our upcoming site check #2. The Michelle started to put some of the websites into easybib.

Thursday May 4, 2017

Michelle working on siting her sources

Today Michelle finished putting in the research links into easybib and created the Source Check #2 and turned it in. Kiki finished her first paragraph for the Individual Blog and started her second paragraph. Gabe and Joe made an outline for their Individual Blogs and kept researching. Then the whole group discussed how they would make the church for the creative piece and when and where they will make it.

Friday May 5, 2017

Joe continueing his Individual Blog outline

We looked over our creative piece plan rubric today and talked about what, when, and where will we create the church. We decided next weekend at Kiki's house we'll all work on it. Michelle got the popsicle sticks, Gabe got the cardboard layout the church will be on, and Kiki got a hot glue gun with extra glue. Everyone continued to work on their Individual Blogs.

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