Over springbreak, several students traveled far away from Beachwood. I asked the to take pictures, film, whatever they could do to show what they can "See" in the world around them that we have learned about this year. The following is two film clips from Hannah and Hannah. First we, skyped them in their RV while in SC driving down I-95 and then their short movie on the Enduring Impacts. Great Job.
4/7/2011 09:56:58 pm
Hannah and Hannah, I think that you guys did a really good job of explaining and showing what the enduring impacts were and how we still see them today!
Hannah and Hannah
4/8/2011 12:05:10 am
Thanks so much Anielle! We worked hard on it! We appreciate your comment!
4/8/2011 12:08:16 am
Good job you guys great enduring impacts!
4/8/2011 12:08:20 am
Good job guys! You really explained the enduring impacts. I enjoyed watching it!
4/8/2011 12:08:37 am
You guys did a really good job! You found a lot of enduring impacts and talked loudly and clearly. :)
4/8/2011 12:12:36 am
Hannah and Hannah great job! It was very interesting.
4/8/2011 12:52:44 am
Great job, it was so cool to see all of the enduring impacts
4/8/2011 12:53:42 am
This is so cute! Nice job!
4/8/2011 12:54:24 am
Great job it was really well put together.
4/8/2011 12:55:16 am
This is really nice. Pretty cool that you got to go to all these things in one trip, and really good job making the video!
4/8/2011 12:55:33 am
This was really cool! Great job!
4/8/2011 12:55:43 am
Very nice there are so many many enduring impacts you guys did a great job. Now I want to go on vacation.
4/8/2011 12:56:04 am
4/8/2011 12:59:04 am
This was so cool! You were in an RV?
4/8/2011 07:56:39 am
Thanks so much guys! (And yes, we were in and RV, Hayley)
4/10/2011 10:50:13 am
Nice job, both Hannahs! I really think that you guys really do know how to actually take what you learned inside of school and sample it in your everyday lives.
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Mr. Holman Beachwood Middle School.
My name is Garth Holman. I have been a middle school teacher for 16 years and teaching at the University of Akron for 8 years in their school of education. I have a passion for learning and hope to pass that on to young minds.