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Topic: To-Do-List Plugin

As you may know Mr. Sader has assigned a To-Do-List to put on are post. But through genius he has made a plugin for the To-Do-List. You go to plugins and find the To-Do-List plugin. Activate it and then this is were its different. Go to your dashboard and scroll down to the bottom until you see the To-Do-List. Delete where it says then fill in the blanks

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this is a very good description it worked for me

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what do you put in your to-do-list plugin

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nrochford wrote:

what do you put in your to-do-list plugin

To Do list stuff for your blog/class.

So far:
Create a blog
Class blogroll
"Clown Pants"
Gmail activation/profile change
Spreadsheet 1
Showcase Widget(s)
STJ Forum thread
Gravatar
ToDo List plugin activation
Focus Question post on a novel (Grade 8 focus, Grade 9 focus, Grade 10 focus)
Spreadsheet 2
Hand in Reading Log

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Well done

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What do we put on the spreadsheet 2 ?

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Mr. Sader you forgot the 3-5 links on your post

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The focus questions are based on your novel only rite?

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Thanks Callum! This was helpful!

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Are the focus questions all about the novel we are reading?

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Thanks Mr.Sader for the new tasks for our list but what is the second spreadsheet for?

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Yes the focus questions are based on your novel. You find your area under the pingo lingo and then make a post with the fewest questions.

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Will this To-Do-list Plugin appear on our blog page or only on our dashboard?

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Way to go Callum i had no idea what to do but you so helped me it

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Thank you  callum. you saved my life. thanks again

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Am I the only one that has noticed that the focus questions are sort of difficult to connect to yourself AND your book?

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Thank, this was very helpful. :' )



@maddie  Ohsnap, you have to connect yourself too?

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Thanks Callum! I didn't know what I was supposed to do at all, and now I do!

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dpottle wrote:

Mr. Sader you forgot the 3-5 links on your post

Yeah, that's a given and included in the post rubric itself.

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mkasyan wrote:

Am I the only one that has noticed that the focus questions are sort of difficult to connect to yourself AND your book?

For more "diagrams" showing the connection of self to text, look on the back side of your reading log.

Here's a great place to start a discussion of a particular focus question if you like:

http://forum.stjschool.org/viewforum.php?id=72

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mkasyan wrote:

Am I the only one that has noticed that the focus questions are sort of difficult to connect to yourself AND your book?

Oh, and really, we are probably more interested in what you reveal about what you think, rather than the what you know about your book anyway. You can pick and choose bits from the text to include in your post, but spend most of the time just discussing the question(s) you pick. The rubric is all that matters for a grade in the end - I'm especially impressed by philosophic quibbling of any kind.

Your senior classmates blogs may help if you choose to go read theirs. Go ahead and link to them in your writing if someone sparks your inquiry into the focus.

Check out the Member directory or Blog directory. Their own blog archives may still have posts when they were just starting out, too.

Picking unique books and connecting focus questions to the uniqueness of yourself should yield a post as varied and interesting as any you'll find.

Here's a real conundrum:

from Liar's Parodox wrote:

"The next sentence is false. The previous sentence is true."

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kirk.lawrence wrote:

okay so i know how to do the focus. is the second spreadsheet for, the focus questions blog? hmm

Add column if you haven't already, for assignment 2. Sum comments given and received, average scores, and print. We'll try to have a post every week, or two. at the least.

Btw, post = title+content+comments. Blog = collection of all posts.

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Thanks everyone for all of your questions because the answers really helped!

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So we only have to have the things on the checklist nothing else

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dpottle wrote:

So we only have to have the things on the checklist nothing else

Not everything you do counts for marks. Try out any of the plugins you wish.

Use the checklist for anything you like.