1. Read your chosen Quarter 1 Book for 10 minutes.
2. Reading Journal: Write for 5 minutes.
- How is the main character in your book introduced?
- Choose one quote that in your opinion best introduces your book's main character. Cite and explain why you chose this quote and how it introduces your book's main character.
2. Daily Dose of Grammar: Choose the correct sentence from each pair:
- a) Many millennials have nostalgia for the 1990s.
- b) Many millennials have nostalgia for the 1990's.
- a) The year 2008s winter was extreme in many parts of the U.S.
- b) The year 2008's winter was extreme in many parts of the U.S.
Your portfolio needs to have the following:
- Home Page (this is the first page people see when they pull up your page), containing:
- A short bio (3-5 sentences about yourself; stick to third person)
- Your three questions from last period (edit this first)
- (If you are comfortable) A professional picture of you
- Blog page: For writing prompts and journal entries
- Projects page: For longer, edited projects, essays, and videos
4. Customize your ePortfolio to truly make it "yours" by replacing any filler text with your own and replacing any stock photos with photos that reflect your aesthetic. Remember to check under Tools and Usage Rights to make sure you can use images you find on Google Images.
For free stock images, use the following sites:
5. On your home page: Add three long-term (post-graduation) and three short-term (within the next year) goals. Keep them professional or related to you as a person. For each goal, add two bullet points about how you are planning to accomplish your goal.
6. Hit PUBLISH to save your changes and copy/paste your website's URL (the domain, not the link to the editor) on Canvas in the "e-Portfolio Setup" assignment.
- Reading Journal (keep in your journal)
- Daily Dose of Grammar (keep in your journal)
- ePortfolio Link and Goals (copy/paste the link to your ePortfolio into the assignment on Canvas)