there is another task which is not optional below. Do not forget…
Have you ever thought about the copyright law or “Urheberrecht”? Unfortunately, we bump into this every now and then when creating web content!
Andreas Kalt (a teacher from Baden-Württemberg) has made two little videos to understand better what copyright law really means and how we can cope with it best. Check them out! Continue reading “Optional Task for Bloggers”
this week please read the following blog post: Continue reading “Blogging-Task (Week 11/2017)”
For the bloggers
Please put into your site notice (=Impressum) the following text:
Michael Stammeier (verantwortlicher Lehrer)
[Your nickname] (bloggender Schüler)
Berufliche Schule des Kreises Ostholstein in Eutin
Please read the following blog post and and the comments underneath it. Then make up your mind about…
- what your blog is going to be about (in general),
- what your preferred style of writing is.
Please note down your ideas in your first blog post on your own blog.
as you know from the previous lessons, we are about to flip our classroom. It is going to be an interesting project and I would like to invite you to make it a great time! Let’s have fun!
What is a flipped classroom?
To start, I have put in a link that leads you to several nice tips. It’s called: I flip, you flip, we all flip. A how-to video for modern video creation. Have fun watching this video which is approximately 24 minutes long. If too long for you, watch it by stages (in Etappen).
Task: Create a list of vocabulary that has to do with the flipped classroom concept. We’ll decide in class who puts the vocabulary into our Quizlet vocabulary list.
Also, do not forget the other tasks:
- Find a storyboard (Ablaufplan/Szenenbuch) (via Google pictures) and bring at least three pages of it next time.
- Find out how great the camera of your smartphone is and how much storage you’ve got left.