Presentation on theme: "Think About It! Quotes to Consider. Quote Challenge Work on your own. Use your iPad to find a quote that you think gives the reader some insight or thought."— Presentation transcript:
Quote Challenge Work on your own. Use your iPad to find a quote that you think gives the reader some insight or thought that is encouraging, inspiring, or challenging. Find your file in pages called: “Think About It” Quotes Type your quote #5 into your file. Document the author of the quote. Then explain why you think that this quote could encourage, inspire, or challenge the reader.
Think About It! Quotes When you have 8 quotes, you will format your quote page with MLA format, and a title, “Think About It!” quotes.and then each quote entered with a number and a “question title.” Find a photo of the statue of “The Thinker.” Have someone photograph you as if you are the statue of “The Thinker,” and insert the image onto your Quotes page. Submit it through Sapphire portal in your class folder identified as : Think About It Quotes 1
Think About It! Quotes 10/7 In honor of Homecoming/Spirit week, today’s quote should have something to do with Education. I will be checking to see if your quote connects with the theme of Education—call me over when you have it. This is an “idea connection” skill.
Think About It! Quotes 10/14 Today: Find a quote that expresses your view of something that is important in a friend or that has to do with friendship. Explain the idea of the quote and how it relates to your life. Format with a title, date, and document it correctly.