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Steve Ransom

National Jukebox LOC.gov - 74 views

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    The Library of Congress presents the National Jukebox, which makes historical sound recordings available to the public free of charge. The Jukebox includes recordings from the extraordinary collections of the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation and other contributing libraries and archives.
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    New project by the Library of Congress that has organized and made available its audio archives, including famous speeches and music from our culture. Great primary sources for all to use.
cpaczkowska

American Rhetoric: Martin Luther King, Jr. - I Have a Dream - 41 views

  • capital to cash a check
    • Chris Pirkl
       
      Extended Metaphor
  • one hundred years later
    • Chris Pirkl
       
      repetition 
  • a promissory note
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  • defaulted on this promissory note
  • bad check
  • marked "insufficient funds
  • bank of justice
  • nsufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation. And so, we've come to cash this check, a check that will give us upon demand the riches of freedom and the security of justice.
  • of Now
    • Chris Pirkl
       
      Why is this capitalized?
  • Now is the time
    • Chris Pirkl
       
      Repetition
    • cpaczkowska
       
      yeah
  • Now is the time
  • Now is the time
  • I have a dream
  • I have a dream
  • I have a dream
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    I have a dream speech with notes for persuasive writing
Steve Ransom

Search the Digital Archives - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum - 19 views

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    Great resource here for history topics. Access to all kinds of primary sources, including audio files, related to the JFK administration.
Mary Beth  Messner

5 Fantastic Ways to Use Wallwisher in the Classroom - SimpleK12 - 138 views

  • 5 fantastic ways to use Wallwisher in the classroom: Writing activities – Wallwisher has a 160 character limit for each comment/post that you leave on the wall. Which is, in a way, a good thing! It allows for short story/collaborative projects, essay plans, note-taking, memos, poems, etc… the writing possibilities are endless! Brainstorming activities – This is a great ice breaker for the beginning of class! And better yet, it’s a great way to post a homework assignment/food for thought for that evening and then discuss it the next day. Vocabulary/Grammar Activities – You could easily use Wallwisher for practicing tenses, definitions, vocabulary matching (you can even use audio or video!), or even find a theme and have the students fill the sticky notes with their ideas for the vocabulary theme! Speaking activities – I was never one to love speaking in front of people so Wallwisher is a great way to create short speaking activities to help students feel more comfortable in front of a group of people. These activities could be to talk about a photo or video for X minutes, create a story based upon X number of photos, or even put debate topics on a sticky note for the student to create. Notifications – That is the original thought, right? You could use Wallwisher for orientation information, classroom rules, student profiles, daily/weekly plan, or even fun messages to other students who might be out sick or on trips with their families.
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