Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!

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Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!
Virtual Classroom: Multi-literacy tools for all!

Project Report | Jun 16, 2016
Greek Mythology Style Student Writings

By Grace Millar | Program Cordinator

Writing Assignments
Writing Assignments

 

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FullSizeRenderAs promised here is another young author's writing sample. This is again from our recent visit to Jessup Elementary School. This time though the student is from Mrs. Siple’s Kindergarten class. It is a "take" on a Greek Myth style, the subject being: 

What causes big storms?

Below is the students outline for the story, enjoy!!

Characters:
  1. Zeus: 110 years old, mean, grumpy, holds lightening bolt
  2. Hermes: 4 years old, sneaky, excited, holds a harp
  3. Athena: 19 years old, brave, miserable, holds a shield
Setting: The story takes place in outer space on the planet Mars. However, this Mars also has green trees and a deep blue lake.  This planet had a lot of rain and storms that came from the sky.  The rain looked like golden slime. It had dark blue clouds always hanging over it.
Problem: Suddenly, Zeus’ lightening bolt and cloud was not working.  He had to leave his cloud behind.  His cloud was constantly causing thunderstorms when it was not supposed to. One day, his cloud even started to pour on Athena while she was starting a war.  Instantly, the war ended and she was furious.  Athena was angry that she had been rained upon. It even messed up her luxuriously beautiful hair.  She was left standing by herself in the middle of the field.  She sent Hermes to Zeus.  He responded with IT’s NOT MY FAULT. Hermes brought a message from Zeus to Athena…HE REFUSED to apologize.  She marched over to where Zeus was reading a book. Hermes felt like he was in between two grumpy adults.  He looked at both of them not knowing what to do.  Athena chucked her sticky gooey lunch at Zeus. She laughed and shouted “HA HA HA, that’s what you get.”  It hit Zeus in the middle of his forehead. Liquid oozed into his surprised eyes.

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We simply can not get enough time with these young hearts. We love the time we get to have with them and truly enjoy the follow up stories and testimonials we get afterwards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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May 19, 2016
Magical Time in Vero Beach

By Carrie Sue Ayvar | Teaching Artist

Apr 21, 2016
Creative Storytelling - by a Student!!

By Grace Millar | Program Coordinator

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Story Tapestries Inc.

Location: Poolesville, MD - USA
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Twitter: @storytapestriesengage
Project Leader:
Arianna Ross
Germantown , MD United States

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