## Tuesday, January 27, 2015

### January 28th Computer things to do!

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Hey gang here is what you should be working on today...

A) 2 Minutes to Make a Difference Movie (Google Presentation)

• Complete your 10 to 15 points on all topics at Free the Children.
• Once you have completed all of the information gathering you need to choose one topic to become an EXPERT on.  Use the extra links to find more information.  REMEMBER every time you go to another website copy the link before you are taking points.
• By next class you should have all information from the Free the children site completed.

This presentation should be embedded at your wiki portfolio by now.  Make sure it is under the Language Arts section of your wiki

C) My Story

You should be typing your My Story in a Google Document.  Final formatting will be provided to you at a later time.

This is plenty to work on today.

Harbeck

## Monday, January 19, 2015

### Black Violin

Attached at this Flickr Album you will find some photos from the Black Violin performance from Friday.  Please use the photos and videos for your project.

You need to do the following for this assignment.
1. Create a Google Presentation and make it public. Title it Black Violin 2015
2. You will need to use 5-6 slides
3. Slide 1 is a title slide use a picture and the Title of your assignment
4. Slide 2 is the first paragraph you wrote
5. Slide 3 is the second paragraph you wrote
6. Slide 4 is another picture
7. Slide 5 is a movie from the spmath youtube channel
Make sure your presentation is public, small and get the embed code. Place your presentation under the Language Arts portion of your EPortfolio at wikispaces.

Harbeck

### Lowest Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor

Here is a video to help out with our discussions on LCM and GCF.

Greatest Common Factor

Greatest common factor exercise: Find the biggest number that will divide into the given 2 numbers. This is called the GCF or greatest common factor.No worries, we'll show you how to do it.

Least Common Multiple

Least common multiple exercise: We're practicing finding the least common multiple in these example exercises. We'll teach you the prime factorization approach which is a pretty nifty way to find the lcm (least common multiple).

Practice along with the Academy.  Enjoy