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Brian Brooks

Brian Brooks

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Students will improve their paragraph writing skills, while, learning how to properly behave on Social Media Sites. Students will produce a propaganda piece attempting to persuade their school administration to continue allowing access to social media sites, during school. And, they will agree to sign Behavior Contracts to show their willingness to demonstrate Acceptable Behavior online. Also, the students will learn how social media/online activity follows them for the rest of their lives.

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Graph for Social Media Awareness and Technology Questionnaires

This is the accompanying graph of the Student Questionnaire results that shows the color-coded comparisons and contrasts in the results.

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Chart for Questionnaire/Survey Results

This the Chart of the Social Media Awareness and Technology Questionnaire results. Two hundred students completed questionnaires for our Project Based Learning.

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12 Steps for my Project Based Learning

12 Steps for completing my Project Based Learning that mirror the assigned Milestones and Key Tasks.

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Project Overview for Friend Me...

Before starting the PBL, I will place students in groups of four. I may assign the groups or allow the students to group themselves. Grouping could be used to help with scaffolding. Assigning students so they can assist other students is always a helpful plan. The duration of the project will be approximately two and a half weeks depending on scheduling, student ability and access to research materials.

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Friendly High School Student Athlete Behavior Contract

Behavior Contract for all student athletes.

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DTA Lesson Plan FRIEND ME

Two and a half week lesson on Social Media Awareness and Safety that will improve students' persuasive writing skills while teaching them about online activity.

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Reading Writing Project Milestones

Milestones 1-6

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Reading Writing Project Milestones

Milestones 7-9

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Student Info List

List of students that are going on the field trip.

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Milestone Product Calendar

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Friend Me Publish

One page description of the Service Learning Project that my students will complete.

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Friend Me Revision

One page description of the Service Learning Project that my students will complete.

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Friend Me Edit

One page description of the Service Learning Project that my students will complete.

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Friend Me Draft

One page description of the Service Learning Project that my students will complete.

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Extended Response Scoring Rubric

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RWR Research Rubric

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RWR Communication Rubric

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Field Trip Chaperon Form

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Filed Trip Medical Authorization Form

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Form X Field Trip Permission Slip

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Field Trip Check List

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Field Trip Request Form

District required Field Trip Request Form

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Friend Me, Follow Me, Hire Me

For our Project Based Learning we took a field trip to the University of Maryland, College Park to watch a Men's Basketball Game against Bowie State University on November 6, 2014. After the game, we were invited to a Social Media Awareness Workshop that was presented by the Maryland Athletic Department

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