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  1. page home edited ... Click on the students pages to the left to see glogs (graphic blogs) created by the students. …
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    Click on the students pages to the left to see glogs (graphic blogs) created by the students. If you scroll over a picture in a glog and a pink circle appears, it is a link to more information. If you click it, you will be taken to another site.
    It's time to explore!
    ...
    main idea. When the project is complete, they'll be loading their projects onto personal pages on this Wiki. So please be sure to check back. Thanks
    Thanks
    for visiting!
    The Independence Project -
    A Language Arts Independent Study Project
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  2. page home edited To Mrs. Mulzet's main page Welcome to the Independence Project! ... find a Powerpoint PowerPo…
    To Mrs. Mulzet's main page
    Welcome to the Independence Project!
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    find a PowerpointPowerPoint on each
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    the students. If you scroll over a picture in a glog and a pink circle appears, it is a link to more information. If you click it, you will be taken to another site.
    It's time to explore!

    ​ This wiki was created for my sixth grade students, who, with a broad range of personal interests, have tackled an independent study project in language arts. The most basic requirement is that the project should include reading, writing, and presenting in some form. The content of the project is open to personal interests, passions, and a student's intellectual curiosity. If a student has an interest, he or she may pursue it. I've been intrigued by the range of topics that my students have chosen! Their enthusiasm for this project has been wonderful, affirming, and truly exciting to me as an educator! Please click on the PowerPoint below to check out the projects as the students wrote them in their proposals to me. The actual proposals included a bit more detail, but you'll get the main idea. When the project is complete, they'll be loading their projects onto personal pages on this Wiki. So please be sure to check back. Thanks for visiting!
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  3. page home edited ... Click on the students pages to the left to see glogs (graphic blogs) created by the students. …
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    Click on the students pages to the left to see glogs (graphic blogs) created by the students.
    ​ This wiki was created for my sixth grade students, who, with a broad range of personal interests, have tackled an independent study project in language arts. The most basic requirement is that the project should include reading, writing, and presenting in some form. The content of the project is open to personal interests, passions, and a student's intellectual curiosity. If a student has an interest, he or she may pursue it. I've been intrigued by the range of topics that my students have chosen! Their enthusiasm for this project has been wonderful, affirming, and truly exciting to me as an educator! Please click on the PowerPoint below to check out the projects as the students wrote them in their proposals to me. The actual proposals included a bit more detail, but you'll get the main idea. When the project is complete, they'll be loading their projects onto personal pages on this Wiki. So please be sure to check back. Thanks for visiting!
    Click on this link to see a PowerPoint of all of the Independence Project Topics: You will see an amazing range of interests in my wonderful class of sixth grade students!
    The Independence Project -
    A Language Arts Independent Study Project
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    12:32 pm
  4. page home edited To Mrs. Mulzet's main page Welcome to the Independence Project! You will find a Powerpoint on ea…
    To Mrs. Mulzet's main page
    Welcome to the Independence Project!
    You will find a Powerpoint on each student's chosen project, and the original instructions for the project below.
    Click on the students pages to the left to see glogs (graphic blogs) created by the students.

    ​ This wiki was created for my sixth grade students, who, with a broad range of personal interests, have tackled an independent study project in language arts. The most basic requirement is that the project should include reading, writing, and presenting in some form. The content of the project is open to personal interests, passions, and a student's intellectual curiosity. If a student has an interest, he or she may pursue it. I've been intrigued by the range of topics that my students have chosen! Their enthusiasm for this project has been wonderful, affirming, and truly exciting to me as an educator! Please click on the PowerPoint below to check out the projects as the students wrote them in their proposals to me. The actual proposals included a bit more detail, but you'll get the main idea. When the project is complete, they'll be loading their projects onto personal pages on this Wiki. So please be sure to check back. Thanks for visiting!
    Click on this link to see a PowerPoint of all of the Independence Project Topics: You will see an amazing range of interests in my wonderful class of sixth grade students!
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    12:31 pm
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  6. page RichardW edited Welcome! do a barrel roll
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