Practice Page


1 1. Write (or copy from the web) a paragraph of something that interests you or use the one bellow.
2. Change the font and color.
2. Link Key words in the paragraph to other sources (Note: When clicking on the link in the tool bar, click on external tab)
3. Find a video from Teacher Tube or You Tubeand embed it.
4. Set up a chart. Post a link or two into the boxes.
5. Find a picture to go with the paragraph
6. Check other pages on this wiki. Click on the Discussion tab and send a comment and or suggestion to them about their page.
7. Check your discussions and respond to any comments you may have received.




Well, I'm starting to figure this out. The next step is application... I can't add video because I don't have administrator control with this computer...
Monarch butterflies go through four sthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monarch_butterfly || || || || || || || || || || || || St. Paul Lapeer || || || || || || || || ages during one life cycle, and through four generations in one year. It’s a little confusing but keep reading and you will understand. The four stages of the monarch butterfly life cycle are the egg, the larvae (caterpillar), the pupa (chrysalis), and the adult butterfly. The four generations are actually four different butterflies going through these four stages during one year until it is time to start over again with stage one and generation one. ( http://www.Monarch-Butterfly.com )