Author Introduction Video

Record Videos

In your video you will want to tell about yourself and why you choose this topic. Check out some of these example videos from former student projects:

We have made videos for past projects, but you can access past tutorials and information below.

Directions for uploading videos

To upload to your YouTube account, you can look at these directions. You don’t have to put it on YouTube – let me know if you want different directions.

Another option is to save the file, even a .wmv file as an attachment to your Google Page. I can upload the file to YouTube if you don’t have an account. If you are using iMovie, the tutorial includes specific instructions for uploading.

For Friday

Edit your project – make any needed revisions. (You can use the e-mail “” on your site for students to send their work).

For Next Week

Look for a blog posting Friday with the course survey. In addition, you can go ahead and make edits to your Google Site Home Page, changing what you hope to learn this semester to what you feel you have learned over the course of the semester.


Food sign up chart here. (See what other people are bringing here.)

Presentation Order

Monday, April 23

Lauren Webb and Emily LoBianco
France at a Glance

Alisa Moran, Kelly Shay, Irvin Sanchez, and Taylor Patton
JUMP Into Action

Chloe Robbins, Katie Hudson, Keisha Spates, and Kay Miller
Why Does it Rain?

Wednesday, April 25

Lance Martin, Ty Frix, Luke Crumley, and Greg Bingham

Kendell Miller and Rebecca Benson
From Caterpillar to a Butterfly

Maggie Hofmann, Kara Ryker, Ellyn Kievet, and Jamie Mitchell
A Rainforest Adventure


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