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  1. page Calendar edited The Poetry of Place Project is a collaborative project that starts in September and runs throughout…
    The Poetry of Place Project is a collaborative project that starts in September and runs throughout the year as part of Mrs. Hartsock's Poetry class at the Walker School. If you would like to participate in our project, please contact the project coordinator Thomas Cooper (coopert@thewalkerschool.org). Events, assignment due dates, and online meeting times are posted here. If you would like to schedule a meeting, or add an event to the calendar, go to Google Calendar (http://calendar.google.com), set up an account and then request that the project coordinator, Thomas Cooper, at tcooper66@gmail.com share this calendar with you and give you editing right. We also have an online meeting room on WizIQ (http://www.wiziq.com) that can be used for online meetings.
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    Google Earth Tutorials - Part V: Tips for Creating Tours
    Topics: icons, folder organization, paths, animation tools, and navigation buttons and KML "flyto" commands
    Elluminate Session Link - https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2009238&password=M.8B942458B63AE7F3ADFA8A510BD0DE
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    Poetry and Place - 15 Poets
    The options below were developed from a senior independent research project about the relationships between poetry, history, and geography. In "15 Poets" the student looks at the symbolism in the poetry of 15 different poets. Each of these poets live in a different place and at different time. The students was interested in discovering what historical and social reference were made in their poetry and if geographical location influenced the imagery used in their poems. You can view the work done by the students by loading the layer into Google Earth. Each placemark has a short description of when the poet was born, where they lived, a podcast of the poem and an explanation of some of the imagery that she found in the poem. This project was developed with input from her history, English, and technology teachers.
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    Project Options
    Option #1:
    Students will become familar with the life and work of a notable poet, provide a summary of what they learn, create their own work and a brief bio in response to chosen poet, and post said poems for others to read. Art classes involved in this project will create artwork in response to any of these original peoms, then students will be invited to respond to poems and art developed by others involved across the country. Podcasts will be possible and encouraged as will any ways students can see to enhance the level of technology used. The objective is to research the life of a poet and their work in an effort to understand how one poet relates his or her work to the time or place in which he or she lives. Students collaborate with teachers and peers to choose a poet to highlight, read, and study. They will use pre-approved, reliable websites (www.poets.org) and www.poetryfoundation.org) to choose and learn about their poet. They will post here what they learn as well as what they write creatively in response to a poet's work. Of additional value will be how students decipher metaphors and symbolism in poetry, even possibly how they (or certain poems' speakers) perceive a particular historical event. Students may embed their VoiceThreads in Google Earth so that they can compare and contrast broad literary, geographical, and historical themes. Students are also periodically asked to complete peer reviews of others work as the project progresses. This project is part of the Teens and Technology group.
    Option #2:
    Students write poetry about what it is like to live and work in a particular city or place. Students will be paired with art students in another school. Students will send their poetry to a student in another schools. Student pairs must live in different parts of the country or be part of a different cultural group. The art student will draw a picture to represent the theme and symbolism in the poem. The artwork will be uploaded to VoiceThread (http://ed.voicethread.com) and the writer will then use the annotation tool in VoiceThread to inscribe their poem on the image. Other students will then add audio commentary. In their podcast students should address regional differences and similarities. Students should then use these notes to write a poem about these differences and similarities. All work will be uploaded to a layer in Google Earth so that each participating school can review other schools' poems and commentary.
    Option #3:
    Students study a contemporary poet in their area and interview them. The poet's work should deal with geography, or what it's like to live in a particular place or be part of a particular culture. Students get practice developing interview questionnaires and also giving interviews. The teacher may elect to have the poet as a guest speaker. Students get permission from the poet to post their work on VoiceThread so that they can leave audio commentary on the poet's work
    Calendar of Events
    We have created a calendar of events to help you plan to complete this project. On the calendar we have also scheduled online conservations using Elluminate for teachers to get together, talk about the project, voice any questions and concerns, and to help build our community. We will also be offering monthly tutorials on how to use Google Earth. These sessions will be the last Monday of each month at 8 pm EST, excluding holidays. Sessions will be recorded and posted in the session archive on our site. Completion dates provided on the calendar are only suggestions. Schools may enter the project at any time during the year and data may be posted at any time up until May 30th when the project closes for the year.
    * Previous project sessions are stored on the "Archives " page of The Networked Learner wiki.

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    Topics: icons, folder organization, paths, animation tools, and navigation buttons and KML "flyto" commands
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    The options below were developed from a senior independent research project about the relationships between poetry, history, and geography. In "15 Poets" the student looks at the symbolism in the poetry of 15 different poets. Each of these poets live in a different place and at different time. The students was interested in discovering what historical and social reference were made in their poetry and if geographical location influenced the imagery used in their poems. You can view the work done by the students by loading the layer into Google Earth. Each placemark has a short description of when the poet was born, where they lived, a podcast of the poem and an explanation of some of the imagery that she found in the poem. This project was developed with input from her history, English, and technology teachers.
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