Friday, January 30, 2015

Your Passion is like ...

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Your Passion is like ...

Complete the activities below using your PASSION as your inspiration.

    LastName, FirstName

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    Activity1: Describe your passion using alliteration. (EdTech takes time and tolerance.)
    Alliteration: the repetition of initial consonant sounds.

    Activity 2: Describe your passion using an allusion. The angels sing at the possibility of student digital work.
    Allusion: reference to a well-known person, place, literary work or work of art.

    Activity 3: Write two sentences about your passion using figurative language. I blossom each time that I view an mind-blowing video.
    Figurative Language: Writing or speech not meant to be interpreted literally.

    Activity 4: Describe your passion using a metaphor. EdTech is the door to the rest of the world.
    Metaphor: Speaking of a person place or thing as if it is something or someone else.

    Activity 5: Describe your passion using words that allow others to see, hear, taste, smell, etc. your passion. EdTech is the silence of tapping keys and hushed voices. EdTech is the sound of desperate shouts for attention. .
    Metaphor: Speaking of a person place or thing as if it is something or someone else.

    Activity 6: Write two sentences that illustrate the power and importance of your passion using Onomatopoeia. Click, click, click is the only sound I hear as students post to their blogs.
    Onomatopoeia: Words that imitate sound.

    Activity 7: Describe your passion using personification.
    Personification: Giving human characteristics to non-human things.

    Activity 8: Write a 3 line rhyme about your passion.
    Rhyme: Repetition of sounds at the end of words or the end of a line of poetry.

    Activity 9: Use repetition to encourage others to care about your passion.
    Repetition: Restating a word or phrase multiple times.

    Activity 10: Use a simile to describe your passion.
    Simile: Comparing two items using “like” or “as.”

    I want you to have the freedom to follow your passion and CREATE

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015


Here is a blog post that I read