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The Assignment

Hello 8th Graders!

This week, you will be creating an Annotated Photograph to demonstrate what you have learned about the Holocaust. You will need to follow each of these steps in order to successfully complete this assignment.

1.) Choose a photograph based on the event/time period of the Holocaust you are assigned.

  • NOTE: Your photo must come from the link under the Resources box on the right side of this page. 

2.) Save that photo to the Photos folder on your iPAD.

3.) On your THINK-PAIR-SHARE paper:

  • Write 5 facts about the event/time period you are assigned.
  • Write 2 original observations about the picture that show  me your understanding of the Holocaust.
  • Provide general information about where the photo is/what is happening in the photo (if available)

4.) Turn your card over, and Ms. Ludwig will come check your facts & observations.

5.) Go to the OVER app OR on the Path On app on your iPAD.

6.) Begin annotating your photograph with the information you have written down.

7.) Save your Photo

8.) Upload your Photo to your Google Drive account and share it with me: ludwigr@t.sfusd.edu

9.) Go to Noodle Tools and create the citation for your photograph. 

10.) Email me your citation at ludwigr@t.sfusd.edu

 

 

 

 

The Holocaust- Annotating a Photograph

"Despite everything, I believe that people are good at heart." -- Anne Frank

Nazi soldiers force Jews out of the Warsaw ghetto and toward trains headed to death camps. Jews in the Warsaw ghetto revolted against the Nazis in April and May 1943. Although the Jews were poorly armed, it took about four weeks for the Nazis to end the uprising.

Yad Vashem Archives

 

Student Examples 2014

 

What is an annotation?

an·no·ta·tion
ˌanəˈtāSHən/
noun
noun: annotation; plural noun: annotations
1.
a note of explanation or comment added to a text or diagram.
"marginal annotations"
synonyms: note, notation, comment, gloss, footnote; More
 

Project Reflection

Project Reflection

After completing your project, please fill out this reflection piece. It will go towards your participation grade on the rubric.
Name
Email
1. What websites were the most helpful to you?
2. What was your favorite part of the project? What did you enjoy best of all? Give an example? *
3. What would you differently if you had to do this again? Why? *
4. What did I know about research before I started? *
5. What skills or tools did you learn about that you think you will use in high school?
Taking notes
Making a citation using Noodle Tools
Using the notecards on Noodle Tools
Learning how to put my research into a presentation
Presenting in front of a group
6. Any other skills?
 

What does an annotated photograph look like?

Photo by Douglas Gayeton

 

How to Upload + Create Citation

1.) Go to the Google Drive app on your iPAD.

2.) Sign in using your schoolloop username + @s.sfusd.edu and your password

3.) Click + on the upper right hand side. 

4.) Click upload photos or videos.

5.) Choose your photo.

6.) Click the i on the bottom of the photo. 

7.) Click 'Rename'

8.) Rename the photo with your last name + period. e.g.: Ludwig_Per 10

9.) Click Share

10.) Type ludwigr@t.sfusd.edu

11.) Click the blue checkmark 

12.) You're done!

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