Canva Access for Byrne Creek LLC Students

Byrne Creek students working with Ms Parsonson can access the LLC Canva program here.

Use your school email and password to access. If you do not you will be removed from Canva and your work erased.

All accounts, unless discussed with Ms Parsonson, will be deleted each quarter. Download all your work and erase, if you wish to keep a copy.

Here are some How To Videos to help. This is a great quick video to start. Here is a list of short design videos.

Ms Clayton: Feudal Japan

Hello Ms Clayton’s class!

You did such great work today! We looked at Image Quest, Brittanica and World Book. Then we looked at a Curated Collection of various sites. Finally we focused our searches on Google Art and Culture. All the way along, we collected resources for our bibliography. (Ms Clayton will be so impressed with your work!)

Ms Miller: Insta-Look at Pre-Revolution France

For this mini research project you will learn about the life on one individual in pre-revolution France. Think about what their daily life looked like. What privileges did they have? What were their concerns or complaints about their lives? Afterwards you will be posting publicly about your individual to Padlet. Ms Parsonson will be helping you with these resources.

  1. Click here to access the note-taking sheet.
  2. Click here to look at the school online encyclopedias or databases.(Select
  3. Click here to look at some online resources.
  4. Click here to access the Padlet.

Ms Graham’s Students: Curation of Resources

For your project you will be collecting key resources for your project. These resources should be reputable, and come from a variety of forms. Consider using video, text, images and even audio to help give yourself a complete picture of your topic.

We are going to explore using Wakelet as a curation tool.

Consider looking at the following sites:

  • Google Arts & Culture offers some amazing Ancient Collections. Here is one from the British Museum.
  • National Geographic has some wonderful videos.
  • Instead of using Wikipedia as a source- check out its References at the bottom of the article. Britannica and World Book online offer more reliable information, but these should be only starting points. Image Quest is a great resource tool for images.