Friday, December 9, 2016

Poetry

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas 
            by John Boyne


Listen and view my Voicethread Affinity Poem:  Bruno 

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Commenting

Hi my name is Liana! I very much enjoyed your blog and I think we have a few things in common. First of all My family and I moved from Iran three years ago. And when I was in Iran I always dreamed about going to the U.S. 

Check out my blog here:http://ghazarajae2504.blogspot.com/



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Hi my name is Liana, and I think you and I are very similar. And also I still have tooth to lose. Also, I love swimming but like you I'm scared to go into the deep when It is night time. Good writing by the way!
Here is my blog:http://ghazarajae2504.blogspot.com/

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Commenting is a great way to socialize with other people around the world. Also it is a great way to express yourself by writing things about yourself. I have been really enjoying commenting on blogs this week. It was really fun looking at other people's posts and some of them were my favorite. I also found out that I have a lot in common some people around the world.


This reminds me of......

I agree with you.......

I can relate to this......

Thursday, October 20, 2016

ESBC '16

Activity 1
Images and Attribution/Creative Commons


    In the videos about giving and taking credit for other people's work, students must give attribution to others if they want to use their images, artwork, or text.  Sometimes, if credit for someone else's work is not given, the owner of the work can take action - legal action.  If the owner allows for his/her work to be used,  they may grant a license. This means that they will permit or allow others to use their work. In one video about giving attribution,  students’ artwork had different names on them, not their own. On purpose, the teacher wanted students to feel what it was like to have others use their work without asking for permission. Students did not like that others earned credit for their work and felt badly for taking credit for others’ work.  
Share-alike is a copyright licensing term to describe works or licences that require copies or adaptations of the work to be released under the same or similar licence as the original. Derivatives are something based on a different source or “A derivative work is a work based on or derived from one or more already existing works. Common derivative works include translations, musical arrangements, motion picture versions of literary material or plays, art reproductions, abridgments, and condensations of preexisting works (http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ14.pdf).” In short, always give credit to others for their work unless they have specifically granted permission!

Monday, October 10, 2016

About Me

     My name is Liana, and I'm in 7th grade. I'm 12 years old and since I was 4, I wanted to be a doctor. I love food and specially the restaurant Hook, I also play piano, tennis, and karate. My favorite colors are pink, turquoise, and neon yellow. My family and I moved from Iran about 4 years ago but it's funny that my dad already went to  middle school for 2 years in the U.S. I also have a 2 year old brother that sometimes cries so much at night, so it is really hard to sleep. If I would want to go on vacation I would love to take a trip to Europe, France, and Italy.


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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

7 Random Facts Freak


  1. He has this mini dictionary that he looks up a lot of words
  2. His plans are really smart
  3. His real name is Kevin
  4. He loves to do missions with Max
  5. He loves Robots
  6. He likes riding on Max's shoulders
  7. He knows big words and it impresses adults

Friday, September 9, 2016

7 Random Facts About Me


  1. I moved from America Four years ago.
  2. I stopped playing basketball when the ball hit my nose.
  3. I used to play Karate.
  4. I want my teenage job to be at a supermarket.
  5. My grandma loves huge TV's
  6. I'm always so scared of dogs.
  7. I broke my leg in 5th grade after playing volleyball