Honestkey: I made this. It is original Ashley magic= O I found this somewhere along the way. It is borrowed= B
Here is our website. It does not have everything we did all year because we switched to a different site toward the second half of the year. It's not the best site ever, because we are still expanding the program and also dabbled in video production and personal blogs during parts of the year.
The below powerpoint saved my life. It is over 70 slides long and pretty much has everything I did all year day-by-day, week-by-week. If you want to use it, definitely go through it and check it out beforehand because there are a few things you will need to change, etc. However, it is easy to use and includes do nows, projects, some notes, etc.
Situation Strips are fun. Cut them up. Fold them in half. Have three piles. One pile is for WHO the second pile is for WHAT and the third pile is for WHERE. Students will then draw one from each pile and write an article about what they got. They have to piece together the fictional details to complete the article. That's the button directly below.