Avatars Create three avatars of themselves for three different social networks: 1. A school social network where teachers, students, and parents communicate.
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- Avatars Create three avatars of themselves for three different social networks: 1. A school social network where teachers, students, and parents communicate 2.A social network where you connect mainly with friends and people you know 3. Second Life (www.secondlife.com), where you communicate mainly with people you dont know in real life You will create these through a Google Presentation with each slide representing each social network site. You DO NOT have to really create these accounts. For each avatar write a 5 sentence explanation about why you decided on the certain aspects of your avatar. (see sample on my webpage) USE THESE SITES FOR YOUR AVATAR: Build Your Wild Self (www.buildyourwildself.com)--will copy and paste avatar in presentation; need to click print so that you can copy and paste (DO NOT PRINT AVATAR); email may not workwww.buildyourwildself.com --Build avatar then click ok Im done; click print in order to copy and paste Marvel Create Your Own Superhero (www.marvel.com/games/play/31/create_your_ own_superhero).-- will email avatar to me (email to friend); in the message type your explanation
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- School Social Network Write a 5 sentence explanation about why you decided on the certain aspects of the avatar
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- 1.Follow the same process for the other two avatars 2.Save Presentation As LastNameFirstInitial_Avatar 3.Share with me: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 4.Superheroes will be emailed to me with explanation
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