1. Choose 9-12 family members in 3 generations of their own real (or imaginary) family
2. List their family relation in French along with the possessive adjective "ma/mon" for female or male "my" (ie ma mère, mon père for my mother, my father)
3. Record themselves stating this relation in French for each data point on the tree (ma mère Susan, mon père Paul)
4. Add a tag to the tree with the student's own name for identification
1) Find a tree representing your family using Unsplash. Why Unsplash? Google images are often copyrighted. Unsplash has high-quality free images. Video on using Unsplash to find a tree image and downloading it.
"Unsplash photos are made to be used freely. Our license reflects that.
All photos can be downloaded and used for free
Commercial and non-commercial purposes
No permission needed (though attribution is appreciated!)."
2) Sign Up for a ThingLink Account using a real name and a name that can be identified with your class name.
3) Used Invite or Teacher Code: V35Q3A
4) Review How To video
5) Need more help? eMail your Librarian and ask for help. ZOOM appointments available. Rhondak@bigbend.edu
May I use my own photo of a tree?
YES! You own the rights to your photo of a tree.
This is really confusing. Can I get help?
Yes. Write Rhondak@Bigbend.edu and set up a Zoom appointment. Or ask a question and your librarian will send a video answer.
Is ThingLink available as an app?
The William C. Bonaudi
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