Book Trailer/Book Talk Info
How To Get Started:
Book Trailer Basics
How to Make a Trailer
Sample Book Talk (one starts at 2:20; others follow at 4:38, 6:24...you get the idea)
Some may require you to create an account--make sure to use only FREE ones, and use your school email address (email@example.com)
Guide to Allusions & Symbols
(source: I gleaned this many years ago from the Internet and adapted it for my classes' purposes. The original document that I obtained is attributed to Willi Real and is titled "The Use of Literary Quotations and Allusions in: Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451"
Pt 1="The Hearth and the Salamander"
Pt 2="The Sieve and the Sand"
Pt 3="Burning Bright"
Vocabulary.com : good source for "normal" definitions and sample real-life sentences using the vocab words
Thesaurus.com : great for studying synonyms and antonyms
Dictionary.com : a place to get definitions from many different dictionaries
Quizlet: Join my English III class so you can access vocabulary and more!
Remind: Join the Remind group so you can get last-minute changes and reminders.
Membean: This is where our vocabulary program, Membean, resides!
Edmodo: [coming soon]