Yesterday I got a comment via twitter and started an interesting exchange.
So I spent a little time trying to find out who was this guy? Twitter is interesting because I have so many colleagues on twitter that I never met (567 followers currently). We exchange ideas, debate lessons, and support each other. I have never talked to Jay, yet we exchange information. He reads this blog (and your blogs?) and now I will read his.
And he has an interesting blog! Here is his school blog (leave him a comment? Get a red dot back?)
So we are going to find out some answers as a google review activity. Find answers to each of these and post in an entry in your blog. Each answer should contain a link, image, or video. All of these answers require some thinking. You should demonstrate that you can search effectively, process the information you find, select the best sources, and write about what you find in an interesting manner using links.
I guarantee he will be reading your answers. Much of Moline High may read your answers as well. Write smart.
1. Mr. Bohnsack teaches at Moline High School in Illinois. Where is this school? Find it in google earth.
2. If he had to fly to New York which airport would he likely fly out of?
3. Estimate the total weight of his cattle. His cattle are Herefords. You will have to estimate how many cows he has and how much each weighs and do some math. Show your work.
4. If you go to Moline High School which college team are you most likely to root for?
5. If you lived in Taylor Ridge, Illinois and you wanted to take your wife out to dinner where would you be likely to go?
6. There are two Mr. Bohnsacks at Moline High School. Are they brothers (this one is hard)?
7. If you were driving from Moline High School and drove west for six hours where would you be likely to stop? How about south? East? Now choose your favorite of the three spots and why.
8. If you live in Moline what colors are your tractors most likely to be? (Hint: a big company is headquartered there).
Answers will be posted on student blogs.