For next week, please correct and revise your written welcoming activity. This story (along with your Welcoming Story) will be featured in a book. Therefore, the final written welcoming activity must be absolutely perfect. No spelling mistakes, grammar mistakes, format mistakes are allowed.
Use the following criteria for evaluation:
1. Does it address all the points? (see previous blog post for a list of required points)2. Does it have spelling errors?3. Does it have grammar mistakes?4. Is it formatted correctly with the following?- Use proper heading (students name, date)- Use proper title of the story- Use paragraph breaks- Use proper capitalization- Use an easy to read font (for example Arial, Times New Roman)- Double space your writing
Email your final story (PERFECT FORMATTING, NO ERRORS, ALL POINTS INCLUDED) to firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com. Include Ms. Mann in the cc (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Think about how you will encourage and engage the students present at the assembly. You will be leading break-out sessions with other students. Your job will be to lead students unfamiliar with our Welcoming Stories workshop, to encourage them to share their story, and to educate them on how they can be welcoming to others. Prepare to be an inspiring leader.
Part 3 ONLY for Assembly Performers (Kanto, Christian, Renan):
Prepare for our final Welcoming Stories school assembly presentation. On June 1, you will be presenting an abbreviated version of your welcoming story and how you were welcoming. Important: Use a timer when rehearsing. Time yourself!! Your presentation must be within 4-5 minutes. You should be practice rehearsing your story every single day, multiple times daily. Rehearse at least out-loud at home, in front of your friends, in front of your family, in the mirror, etc. Try to keep track of how many times you rehearse. Aim to rehearse a minimum of 100 times between now and June 1st (or 7-10 times daily). This will help you be successful on stage at the final school assembly. Preparation is key.