In class, we did something called a "Video Book Buzz". What we did was we read a book, and we made a video about it. I hope you like it!
A few weeks ago, our class started studying specific explorers of our choice. I chose Vasco da Gama, who is what you see here. Shown below, you see something called a Narrable. What you do is you click on the pictures, and they will guide you through a nice slideshow about the explorers life. Along with the slide show, you will hear him talking to you about his life! So, what are you waiting for?
today in class, we did a special father's day celebration to all our dads and daddys. My favorite part was showing my dad the slide show I had worked on for days. He was so interested in how I did some pretty cool things (like the rubik's cube.) I really enjoyed showing off how I did these things. My daddy was very amused at the birthday time caplse, and how he was a billion seconds old. Out of all the days, this was the best day that I have spent with my dad. I know for sure that there are more to come.
Why do writers write persuasive writing? They do it for many different reasons. For example, lets say they thought something was wrong with the world, weather it be plastic bags, uniforms in schools, or even just their local café menu, they obviously want to change it. But, in order to do this, they need more people on their side. Another reason is just to state an opinion, and get their message out to the world. Maybe no one cares, and maybe they know that, but they want to be heard. One more reason is that they want to convince readers about their side of the argument. To make them turn over, they might use facts. It’s their opinion.
A Letter From the "Artist"
Hi! I’m Marisa, the “Artist”. What you see here is the same story you read when you first came on to my blog. But this one, this one is more like 4th grade. When I revised this story, I found grammar mistakes, not to many good details, and quite a few punctuation mistakes. I think you will enjoy this revised edition a lot. But, if you still can’t tell the difference, why don’t you compare the 2, and then see what you think? Plus, I bolded the new and improved parts for you. This story was written at the begging of the year, when I was more of a 3rd grade writer. So, instead of reading about the story, why don’t you go ahead and read it? Hope you like it!