Monday, 13 April 2015

Thinker's Keys: Variations Key

Hi, everybody!

Today, for Thinker's Keys, and drawings, too, I have sort of completed the Variations Key, which is about making a DLO showing different ways to encourage people to do something or be something. I think I got it right. I don't know. All I know is that the situation in this case was to encourage others to become heroes in their community.

Here's the drawing!

Oh, if you have some difficulty seeing the words, here's the plain version below:

In your community...

Well! You’ve heard it here! You yourself can be a hero to many your community…

You may be asking “How in the community can I do that?!”

Well, simple, everybody.
  • Random Act of Kindness
  • Make Someone's Day
  • Pick...up...rubbish? I don't know...
But here are the biggest ones to remember...
  1. Be Watchful...

    Don’t listen to the modern lingo, like the word, “snitch”. It’s better to report than to stand there and let a ripple of trouble take it’s effect. If you see something suspicious happening around your community, report it! Don’t want something bad to occur, do you?
  2. Respect!

    R-E-S-P-E-C-T! Respect your own community! If they have kept you safe from danger, shouldn’t you do the same? Better yet, why not help someone in need? Respecting even strangers let alone people you know will grant you a place in their hearts for being, well, respectful!

    And last but not least (< I forgot to put that in there...)
  3. Use Your Initiative!

    Ahh, this one is unforgettable. Using your initiative is a great way of being recognizable. If something was left undone, you wouldn’t walk past’d do something about it! Like a hero would do, exactly! This would surely make you become a community hero, using your initiative, and beating the bad side, also.


Petra Lawrence said...

You are creating some great resources on your learning blog Willy and this is another awesome example, tino pai! I like how you are thinking about your audience and how reading the poster was hard so including it in plain text is very useful. I think you have captured some key ideas for how to be a hero in your community. I really like how you use punctuation for effect and emphasis, it feels like you are talking right to me when I read this :-) Next time you could try and make your language more formal eg. take out the "I don't know" and have confidence in your work! Even if it is not what the teacher had in mind when she created the task you are great at showing your personality and individuality in all your blog posts. Keep it up!

Willy I said...

Thanks for the feedback and feedforward, Whaea Petra!

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