Tuesday is considered by many to not be a very bright day, but everyone lit up when they saw that we had a substitute teacher today in 2nd Block English. He introduced himself as Mr. Rosenberg, but there was an air of mystery surrounding his true identity since he went on to tell the class that he was a bounty hunter.
Our agenda for today was posted on the projection as usual. Our main job for today was to finish our project on how the 1930-1950 time period affected George Orwell’s writing of 1984. We were supposed to incorporate all types of types of presenting our information into the loggel including writing, pictures, and video. For the writing, we are supposed to keep the number of events to fewer than five, but if you think there is a good reason to put more than this, see Maria K.
Just a reminder for those struggling with loggel, just follow these directions. Click on this link, which will take you to the homepage of the loggel website. Once there, sign in at the top right corner using this login information:
Once you type this in you should arrive at a new page. On this page there should be a blue icon called lifelogs. Click on the only lifelog there, the one called “Period 2 Events That Influenced George Orwell”. To edit the lifelog go to the top left corner and click on the green button called Edit Lifelog. You should see some pictures, and underneath those pictures a green button called edit entries, which you should click on. Click on the pencil over your groups assigned years, and then edit the lifelog from there.
On the agenda, it talks about political cartoons. Since this assignment was never discussed in class, just don’t worry about it. Also, don’t forget to read up until page 37 in 1984.