Hestia A Brief Introduction By Shannon Foy
Picture Hestia Good font size • Hestia is known as the virgin goddess. • She is the goddess of the hearth-the home. (Collier’s 74). Not a lot of info
Citing Sources • If there is an author – cite the author’s last name and page number(s). Ex: (Graves 74). • If there is no author – cite the title and page number(s). Ex: (Greek Gods and Heroes 34-38). **Note – underline or italicize the title. • If there is an editor you still only cite the title. Ex: (World Book 256). • Don’t forget to use quotation marks if the information is directly taken from the text!
Works Cited/BibliographyWriter’s Inc. pages 264-274 Tuchman, Barbara. A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous Fourteenth Century. New York: Knopf, 1978. Note punctuation carefully. Indent all lines except for the first one. Ctrl-Tab
What to Check For: • Capitalization – each word in a title. • Correct underlining, italics, quotation marks, etc. • Check punctuation • Make sure you indent.
Save Save Save • Save on the H drive – the one with your ID number • Do ONE powerpoint and email to the other person – Group Wise – type in other person’s name, attach the file and email. • Do not use other email address.
Tomorrow • Meet in the Upper library • Bring your Writer’s Inc. • Be prepared to finish!
By the End of the Period • Finish the PowerPoint – check it for any errors, make sure you have citations, avoid distracting colors, etc. • Discuss with your partner who will cover what slides.
By the End of the Period • Make sure that your blue packet has the four questions finished and at least two source cards completed. • Print out two copies of the PowerPoint in HANDOUT form.
Tonight • Review your pages and practice speaking them out loud • Look over your blue packet – it is due tomorrow.
Speaking • ·Speak loudly and clearly with enthusiasm. (Teacher voice) • ·Try to avoid filler words (ums, uhs, you knows, likes) • ·Make eye contact with your audience. Try to “sprinkle” them. • ·Have good posture that is neither distracting nor informal. (don’t lean or slouch)