Upcoming Activities

Oct 23: RRW: Show your True Colors and Don't Do Drugs; Every 32 Minutes program 6-12

Oct 24: RRW: Team Up to end Drug Use (Wear your favorite Team Jersey)

Oct 24: JV/V VB, V FB @ Twin Loup (Sargent); 5:00/6:00/7:30

Oct 25: 1:00 JV VB Tournament Twin Loup @ Sargent

Oct 27: Teacher Inservice Dismiss at Noon; Conference Vocal Clinic @ Arnold w/ Concert at 6:30 Community Center

Oct 28: Spanish classes Field Trip to North Platte

Oct 28: JV/V VB @ Anselmo-Merna JV at 5:00/7:00; Varsity 6:00/7:00; Girls leave at 3:30, dismissed at 3:25

Oct 31: No School Fall Break

“Copyright Scavenger Hunt”

Copyright Scavenger Hunt

 

Project Title: Am I Cheating? Stealing? Going to Jaile? Being Aware of What the Copyright Rules AreScavenger:

Software Used: Internet and possibly a word document.

Subject and Grade Level: Any grade level, it depends on which example you choose from. The scavengers listed here range from upper elementary to high school.

Lesson Plans/Directions: Begin with web sites that tell the rules about copyright. I usually begin by telling what our school policies are. Then we move toward looking for other school policies by using a search engine. We then might go to educational web sites (like: http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/hunt/hunt040.shtml) as a place to get the discussion started.

Example:

Suggestions: You could create your own scavenger hunt based on this examples (which I often do depending on the students I am working with), but I also use the posted scavengers, because teachers made them to share (or they wouldn’t have posted them.

Materials needed: Just a computer, an Internet Connection, and possibly a printer to show what they have found.