Intro Discussion – Spring 2017 – 1st Block

Directions:
1. Read these directions and the prompt below.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. In the “Name” field, type in your first name and last initial, using standard capitalization. (Do not use your full name here! Example: Jo H.)
4. Type in your DPS Gmail email address in the “Email” field. (This will not be posted.)
5. Leave the “Website” field blank.
6. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt.
7. Click “Post Comment.” I will need to approve it before it posts, so don’t panic if you don’t see it show up. (Don’t post it again!)

Prompt:
What do you think is the number-one problem in Danville today? Write at least a paragraph (five or more sentences) explaining the problem and why you believe it is the biggest problem we have here.)

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Intro Discussion – Spring 2017 – 2nd Block

Directions:
1. Read these directions and the prompt below.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. In the “Name” field, type in your first name and last initial, using standard capitalization. (Do not use your full name here! Example: Jo H.)
4. Type in your DPS Gmail email address in the “Email” field. (This will not be posted.)
5. Leave the “Website” field blank.
6. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt.
7. Click “Post Comment.” I will need to approve it before it posts, so don’t panic if you don’t see it show up. (Don’t post it again!)

Prompt:
What do you think is the number-one problem in Danville today? Write at least a paragraph (five or more sentences) explaining the problem and why you believe it is the biggest problem we have here.)

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Intro Discussion – Spring 2017 – 3rd Block

Directions:
1. Read these directions and the prompt below.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. In the “Name” field, type in your first name and last initial, using standard capitalization. (Do not use your full name here! Example: Jo H.)
4. Type in your DPS Gmail email address in the “Email” field. (This will not be posted.)
5. Leave the “Website” field blank.
6. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt.
7. Click “Post Comment.” I will need to approve it before it posts, so don’t panic if you don’t see it show up. (Don’t post it again!)

Prompt:
What do you think is the number-one problem in Danville today? Write at least a paragraph (five or more sentences) explaining the problem and why you believe it is the biggest problem we have here.)

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3rd Block Discussion #1 – FALL 2016

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This is a discussion for 3RD BLOCK ONLY! If you are not in 3rd Block, go back to the main page and scroll to find your class’ discussion post.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR COMMENT.
1. Click on the post title above to go to the page where you will be able to comment.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address. (Only I will be able to see this. Use your DPS Gmail account.)
5. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt.

Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are six qualities that your comment should have.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR REPLY.
1. After others have posted their comments to the discussion prompt, read through them and find one that you can respond to.
2. Under his or her name, click on “Reply.”
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address. (Only I will be able to see this. Use your DPS Gmail account.)
5. In the comment box, type in your reply to your classmate’s comment.

Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are five qualities that your reply should have.

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2nd Block Discussion #1 – FALL 2016

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This is a discussion for 2ND BLOCK ONLY! If you are not in 2nd Block, go back to the main page and scroll to find your class’ discussion post.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR COMMENT.
1. Click on the post title above to go to the page where you will be able to comment.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address. (Only I will be able to see this. Use your DPS Gmail account.)
5. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt.

Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are six qualities that your comment should have.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR REPLY.
1. After others have posted their comments to the discussion prompt, read through them and find one that you can respond to.
2. Under his or her name, click on “Reply.”
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address. (Only I will be able to see this. Use your DPS Gmail account.)
5. In the comment box, type in your reply to your classmate’s comment.

Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are five qualities that your reply should have.

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1st Block Discussion #1 – FALL 2016

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This is a discussion for 1ST BLOCK ONLY! If you are not in 1st Block, go back to the main page and scroll to find your class’ discussion post.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR COMMENT.
1. Click on the post title above to go to the page where you will be able to comment.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address. (Only I will be able to see this. Use your DPS Gmail account.)
5. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt.

Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are six qualities that your comment should have.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR REPLY.
1. After others have posted their comments to the discussion prompt, read through them and find one that you can respond to.
2. Under his or her name, click on “Reply.”
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address. (Only I will be able to see this. Use your DPS Gmail account.)
5. In the comment box, type in your reply to your classmate’s comment.

Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are five qualities that your reply should have.

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Class Discussion – 6th Period

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR COMMENT.
1. Click on the post title above to go to the page where you will be able to comment.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt:
Should George Washington High School require students to wear a school uniform?
Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are six qualities that your comment should have.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR REPLY.
1. After others have posted their comments to the discussion prompt, read through them and find one that you can respond to.
2. Under his or her name, click on “Reply.”
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the large box, type in your reply to your classmate’s comment. Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are five qualities that your reply should have.

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Class Discussion – 5th Period

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR COMMENT.
1. Click on the post title above to go to the page where you will be able to comment.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt:
Should George Washington High School require students to wear a school uniform?
Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are six qualities that your comment should have.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR REPLY.
1. After others have posted their comments to the discussion prompt, read through them and find one that you can respond to.
2. Under his or her name, click on “Reply.”
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the large box, type in your reply to your classmate’s comment. Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are five qualities that your reply should have.

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Class Discussion – 3rd Period

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR COMMENT.
1. Click on the post title above to go to the page where you will be able to comment.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt:
Should George Washington High School require students to wear a school uniform?
Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are six qualities that your comment should have.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR REPLY.
1. After others have posted their comments to the discussion prompt, read through them and find one that you can respond to.
2. Under his or her name, click on “Reply.”
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the large box, type in your reply to your classmate’s comment. Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are five qualities that your reply should have.

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Class Discussion – 2nd Period

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR COMMENT.
1. Click on the post title above to go to the page where you will be able to comment.
2. Scroll down to the comment section.
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the comment box, type in your response to the prompt:
Should George Washington High School require students to wear a school uniform?
Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are six qualities that your comment should have.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR REPLY.
1. After others have posted their comments to the discussion prompt, read through them and find one that you can respond to.
2. Under his or her name, click on “Reply.”
3. Type in your first name and last initial. (Do not use your full name here!)
4. Type in your email address.
5. In the large box, type in your reply to your classmate’s comment. Be sure to use your rubric as a guide! There are five qualities that your reply should have.

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