Postcard to Ghandi
You have heard of a man named Mohandas Gandhi who is starting a movement to fight for India’s independence and for the equal rights of all citizens. As an untouchable, this news makes you very happy to hear. Gandhi will be meeting with a group of untouchables to hear what you have to say about how you have been discriminated against. He is going to use this information to help fight for your equality. What will you tell him? Create a postcard telling Gandhi about your experiences as an untouchable (how you have been discriminated against) and what having equal rights would mean to you.
Use the following link to create your postcard – PostcardGandhiTemplateBurr
How to avoid plagairism – http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/QPA_plagiarism.html
Use Cobb Digital Library to locate articles on childhood obesity. Choose Advanced Search to enter keywords, Lexile levels and choose content level:
Nutritional Guides and Information:
Use the following sites to gather information about your chosen sport and write a piece including how the forces of nature are applied to the sport. You may add drawings or images to help illustrate your points.
Can you find the gingerbread man? If you do and you check out a book, you‘ll get a prize. SHHHH! Don’t tell anyone where he is. Make them work for it just like you did. Don’t touch the gingerbread man or you’ll be disqualified.
Here are the official rules:
1. You must check out a book to receive your prize!
2. DO NOT TOUCH THE GINGERBREAD MAN!
3. Do not tell anyone where the Gingerbread Man is or you will be disqualified from ANY further Media Center prizes for the YEAR. Seriously.
Clues will be available at the circulation desk.