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Let’s Make a WORDLE! Just WHO are YOU?
Step One… Write your first and last name on your paper plate. With the help of your shoulder partner, secure your paper plate to your back using the tape provided. Walk around the room and write positive adjectives on your classmates paper plates. For example…
What have you observed about your classmates? Favorites – Favorite sport – Favorite subject – Favorite hobby – Favorite food What are they like? – Caring – Funny – Smart – Positive – Athletic – Talented – Inspiring
Next Step… Look at your paper plate and decide on which words you think best describe who you are. Feel free to add more words that describe who you are. You do not need to use all of the words.
Let’s Make a Wordle! With Wordle you can change the font, the lay-out, and the color. Just imagine the possibilities..
Are you ready to WORDLE? http://wordle.net/create Click Here
This is where you will type your words. The more a word is typed, the larger it will be. Your name should be typed at least 10 times. Use a space between your words. Once you are finished, check your spelling, and then click Go.
This is where you can change the Font, Layout, and Color
Finishing it up… Time to save! – Take a screen shot of your wordle by clicking on “Ctrl” and “Print Scrn” at the same time. Remember that “what you see is what you’ll get” – Open a word document – Paste your screen shot – Crop out what you don’t need – Name it and save your Wordle to your H Drive
Other Uses for Wordle You can paste text in from – Books – Poems – Newspaper Articles – Essays – Speeches – Any text… In order to get the – Main idea – Focus – The Big Picture with a few target words For Example…
What do you notice?
Senator Obama’s Democratic Nominee Acceptance Speech
Senator McCain’s Republican Nominee Acceptance Speech