LMC Book Policy
Dictionary of Allusions
Passwords for GVHS Research
Research Template Big6™
UNLV English 102 Research
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Wi-Fi Information Mac
Wi-Fi Information iPhone
Wi-Fi Information iPad
WordTasters Journal Form
Work Experience Form
Tips and Tricks ($.99)
Google® Voice (Free)
MusicID With Lyrics ($.99)
NPR Music (Free)
Netflix (Free, but requires $8.99 monthly subscription)
Wi-Fi Finder (Free)
SketchBook MobileX (Free)
Tuneln Radio (Free)
WhatsApp Messenger ($.99)
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Internet Movie Database
Internet Public Library
John Beede International
NYT Bestseller Lists
LINKS for FREE DOWNLOADS
Adobe Reader® (required this site)
Flash® Player (required this site)
iSpring® (Powerpoint® to Flash®)
Open Office ( free version Office®)
Photon® (Flash® on your iPad)
During the spring of 2011, student body president Taylor Ashton initiated and chaired a task force to develop and maintain an anti-bullying program at Green Valley High School we now call GatorHAVEN. Over the summer and into the fall, students, staff, and departments became involved in the project. More information is here.
Make your own 18 x 24 inch poster. The LMC has more information.
Here's what making a poster allows you and requires you to do:
You can express what is important to you, and you can do so in both words and pictures.
When you decide on exactly which words and pictures to use, you then practice laying them out in the most visually appealing and striking way.
Of course, the pictures need to be relevant, and the words need to say exactly what you intend to say. You'll practice precision and economy.
You also practice using software applications. Microsoft® Publisher® is especially useful.
You are required to cite sources or acknowledge that a source is not you if one cannot be found (e.g. an anonymous quotation).
Finally, you can share your work by physical or electronic display.