From Google On-Line Safety Roadshow
Cyber Safety week was September 12-16 but that doesn’t mean we can’t be careful year round. Check out this video on thinking about what you post before you post it.
There is so much misinformation on the internet these days. All readers of the internet must be aware of articles, websites, and fake news floating around the web that is not true. There are lots of ways to spot untrue information.
Comment any sites that you have found helpful or trustworthy in your school research below!
You’ve had all year to think about it. Who are your Favorite Heroes in American History? I will give 10 extra-credit points to the person who comments their answer using a compelling argumentative paragraph. Use the rubric to formulate your answer. To receive the 10 points you must earn a score of 2 or better on the Paragraph Rubric.
Kids Can Make a Difference! When it comes to history, even kids, teens, and young adults can play an important role. Check out this famous American to learn more hero.
Alexander Hamilton lost his parents while living on a Caribbean island when he was just 13 years old. To support himself and his younger brother, Hamilton got a job as a clerk. He proved to be so smart that people help pay for him to go to King’s College which is now called Columbia University located in New York in the North American colonies. When the American Revolution began, Hamilton at 19 years old, joined the rebels by serving as General George Washington’s chief staff aide. He proved to be very valuable to Washington. He later left to become a soldier on the battlefield. Later, after the war, Hamilton helped write the Federalist Papers and was a member of Washington’s first presidential cabinet.