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  1. Image Searching And giving CREDIT to your sources!

  2. Search for images • Use an Internet Search Engine! We have several in the “Research Center” • Use the search page for “Images” • http://www.altavista.com • Give credit-- don’t plagiarize! • Do not copy onto your own Internet pages or publish the image in something you sell without written permission from the author of the site.

  3. Source: Smith, Fred. “Great Books for Children.” 6 December 2004. 7 January 2005. <http://www.reading.com> Giving Credit:What you need: • Author’s name (if it’s given) • Title of the Web site • Date Web site was written (if that information is given.) • Date you accessed the site and copied the image. • URL --web address that looks like this: “http://www.blahblahblah.com”

  4. Sample: Or use the model on p. 231 of Writer’s Express. Source: Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/>

  5. Sample: Or use the model on p. 231 of Writer’s Express. Source: Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/>

  6. Sample: Source:Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/> Author

  7. Sample: Source: Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/> Title of site

  8. Sample: Source: Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/> Date site was written

  9. Sample: Source: Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/> Date YOU used the site

  10. Sample: Source: Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/> URL (web address)

  11. Sample: Source: Carpenter, David. “Hong Kong International School Upper Primary DragonNet Page.” 5 January 2005. 17 January 2005. <http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/UP/> Put URL inside these marks: < >

  12. Your Challenge: • Each student in our Assignment Group will select a monument from Mrs. Carpenter’s list. Pick something completely different from other kids. Sign up on the sheet on Mrs. Carpenter’s office door. • Find an image of that monument on the Internet by using an Image Search Engine • Put that image on the next slide and GIVE CREDIT. Write the source information according to the models on the previous slides. • Learn a little about the monument to tell why it “works” as a monument. Thanks! We’ll put it together with other students’ work for a big slide show.

  13. Name of Monument Paste the image of the monument here. Then delete this arrow. Source: Last name, First name of author. “Title of Web Page in quotation marks.” Date Web page was written. Date you copied the image from it. <URL inside these arrow things beginning with http://> Give credit to the source of your image here. Delete this arrow.

  14. This monument “works” because... • In this bullet list, discuss at least 2 reasons why it’s a “good” monument. • A “good” monument does a GOOD artistic job to helps people remember and honor someone or something that helped. • Explain any of these reasons why it’s good: size, words on it, location, symbols, materials used in structure, shapes, expressions on faces, artistic qualities... • Paste the image again to the left. TYPE YOUR NAME HERE, STUDENT!

  15. This monument “works” because... • Use this slide only if you need more space. • Paste the image again to the left if you are using this slide. • Remember, you can comment upon the monument’s size, words on it, location, symbols, materials used in structure, shapes, expressions on faces, artistic qualities...

  16. This monument “works” because... • Use this slide only if you need more space. • Did you consider the following? • size, words on it, location, symbols, materials used in structure, shapes, expressions on faces, artistic qualities...

  17. This monument “works” because... • Use this slide only if you need more space.

  18. Sample:The Jefferson Memorial Source: “Moorehead Planetarium and Science Center.” August 26, 2003. 17 January 2005. <http://www.moreheadplanetarium.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page&filename=history2.html> Note: No author was shown on the Web page.

  19. Sample: Jefferson Memorial • Thomas Jefferson was an architect and this monument shows much fine architecture including the dome shape shown in this roof for building his home, also. • The tall statue of Jefferson inside is protected. It’s very tall so you’ll notice it and look up to it. • The size of the monument is huge to draw attention to and honor him. • It’s right that it’s located in the nation’s capital: Washington DC as he was Pres. of the US. By Mrs. Carpenter

  20. Sample: Jefferson Memorial • The words are quoted from Jefferson and capture well how he worked for governments that guaranteed people’s liberty and freedom: "I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." • It’s right that it’s located in the nation’s capital: Washington DC as he was Pres. of the US.

  21. Last steps to complete your project... • Copy down this e-mail address. You will need to send your powerpoint slides to Mrs. Carpenter when you finish. Mcarpenter@hkis.edu.hk • When you are sure you are done, delete all the slides in this powerpoint except for the ones YOU ADDED TO just before this slide. • Your slides must be e-mailed no later than Tuesday, January 25. • You can get a new copy of this template at the Teaching Resources Page. Look under “Civil War Monument Powerpoint Template.”

  22. Choose from this list of memorials or suggest your own. Sign up on the door to Mrs. Carpenter’s office. Pick one that no one else is doing if you can. • In Washington, DC: Washington Memorial Lincoln Memorial, Plans for the National World War II Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Veterans memorial, Stonewall Jackson, To the Glorious Dead (here in HK), Painting of George Washington Crossing the Delaware, • Statues of Napoleon, other kings, Adelaide’s National War Memorial, The Alamo, Berlin War Memorial, Akaroa War Memorial, Boer War Memorial,Thiepval War Memorial, War Memorial in Mottingham, Holocaust Memorial • Tombs: Ho Chi Minh’s Tomb, Lenin’s Tomb, Grant’s tomb, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, (or enter “tomb”) • You can also present on these: poems, songs, speeches or epitaphs to heroes... But use other search features instead of Image Search.