WebQuest for English 9H Warwick High School. Introduction What will you do after high school? Objectives 1.research a college, military branch, or vocational.

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WebQuest for English 9HWarwick High SchoolEnglish 9 Honors: Futures

IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProduct1IntroductionInternet RemindersDo not visit other websites beyond the ones provided for this project. Failure to comply will cause your internet privileges to be revoked.Take care of the computers. Do not damage them in any way. You will be held responsible for any damages.Secure and conceal your electronic devices. This is not the time to charge your iPOD.IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductIntroductionSteps:Select your Career Pathway by clicking here. Make sure you click on the pathway map or careertech.org link.Write down or type your discoveries.Remember, you are finding the following information for your Career Pathway: overview, high school preparation, entry requirements, skills and qualities, and advancement and promotion.If you cannot locate all of the information, then visit US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook.

IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductCareer Pathway

Career PathwayIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductCareer Pathway

Occupational Outlook HandbookIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductSourcesSo, you want to serve your country!Click on the icon that represents your branch of the military.

IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductSourcesCreate a bibliography card for your first source. These next few slides will help you to write your first bibliography card.First, make sure you have an index card.Second, follow the instructions, especially punctuation.IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductSourcesBasic Structure of a Bibliography Card Type of Source Source # Title of the Article. Title of Website. Date of Last Update OR Date Web site Accessed. Web site addressIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductIntroductionWhat will you do after high school?

Objectives research a college, military branch, or vocational trade of interestcreate a PowerPoint with MLA citationspersuade peers to consider your college, military branch, or trade

Components At Least Two Sources Note-takingPowerPoint with parenthetical documentation and a Works Cited slideIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductSourcesSample Bibliography Card: Military Website 1About the Army. GoArmy.com. 23 Mar. 2014. http://www.goarmy.com/about/index.jspIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesYou will be required to take notes:Direct Quotations (require around all information) Paraphrases and Summaries (brief and in your own words)

You must use the four required categories to create your notes.+IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesPlagiarism: the act of intentionally or unintentionally treating work done by someone else as though it were your own

Plagiarism will result in an automatic F for the entire project. Give credit where credit is due. When in doubt, ask your teacher. IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesDIRECT QUOTATION: repeats the word of the source exactly. Quotation marks are used around the quoted material.Use when the source material is especially well-statedthat is, when it is memorable because of its succinctness, its clarity, its liveliness, its elegance of expression, or its other exceptional qualities. PARAPHRASE: repeats an idea from the source but uses different words. It is a good way to check that you understand the main point and details in what you are reading. It should be about the same length as the original.IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesEffective Note Taking:1. Keep your topic, controlling purpose, and audience in mind at all times. Do not record material unrelated to your topic.Make sure that your paraphrases correctly reflect the meaning of the original.Be accurate. Make sure that the direct quotations are copied word-for-word, with capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and grammar precisely as in the original.4. Always double-check page references. Its easy to copy these incorrectly.IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesThe Required Categories:Overview: Job description (What are your typical/daily duties and tasks? Where will you work? How many hours/days per week?)High School Preparation: Career Specific Courses (program of study), Extracurricular Activities, and Service Learning Entry Requirements: What do you need to do or accomplish before you enter your career? (Education, experience, training)Skills and Qualities: Which skills and personal qualities should you have? (Compare to your personality test results).Advancement and Promotion: How can you earn a raise? How can you advance? What additional training might you need?IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesCategory Source #Written information from your sources.

(Type of note-taking)Basic Structure of a Note Card

IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesOverview Source 1The University of Notre Dame, founded in 1842 by Rev. Edward F. Sorin, C.S.C., of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is an independent, national Catholic university located in Notre Dame, Ind., adjacent to the city of South Bend and approximately 90 miles east of Chicago.(DQ)Sample Note CardIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesEntry Requirements Source 1Potential students need a high school diploma, a minimum score of 1390 on the SAT, and rank in the top 25% of their class.(P)Sample Note CardIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductTaking NotesAchievement Source 1Virtually 100% of Notre Dame graduates are placed in gainful employment, graduate school, volunteer work, or military service within the six months following graduation. .(DQ)Sample Note CardIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductThe ProductPOWERPOINTWORKS CITED PAGE: Bibliography cards in alphabetical order, single-spaced, indent after the first full line.**LACK OF PARENTHETICAL DOCUMENTATION WILL RESULT IN A FAILING GRADE.PARENTHETICAL DOCUMENTATION (AKA INTERNAL CITATIONS)(Title of Website)IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProduct24The ProductSuggestions for an A PowerPoint:Include parenthetical citations. You are basically typing your note cards in the order of your outline using introductory information.Do not dump the quotations. Introduce them. The summaries and paraphrases do not necessarily need to be introduced.Follow the directions.Of course, ask for help!IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProduct25The ProductWhen you are ready to type your PowerPoint, go to File: Save As. You must save your document using the following file name: LastNameFirstNameIt should look like this:SmithJohnChoose Hand Ins, then English, and CUllison. Save your document in your class period. PowerPoint presentations will not be printed.IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductThe ProductSaving your PowerPoint:

IntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProductThe ProductMinimum of 12 slides with Title Slide: must include MLA Heading, Career Pathway, College, and/or MilitarySlide 2: MandalaSlide 3: Short-term GoalsSlide 4: Long-term GoalsSlide 5 and subsequent slides: Career Pathway, College, and/or MilitaryWorks CitedMust be in orderIntroductionSourcesHomeTaking NotesProduct28

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