October 8-14: The Scariest Forum
After registering for the Project, students, as a class, select one link representing their collective ideas about a scary
story, Halloween tradition, or local legend from their hometown or region for students in other regions to view. Teachers
submit the selected link to the Scariest Stories Forum. - Please feel free to reply to other links with appropriate comments.
October 15-21: Write and Share Your Scariest Stories
Students use their iCollaboratory Sites accounts to write and share a scary story. The story may include text,
illustrations and audio narration/sound effects (optional) or a very short video (optional). The stories can be written in
any native language.
October 22-31: Review and Discuss Stories
Students review the stories others have written and discuss them online by contributing comments at the end of
each story. The comments can be written in any native language. Please also translate them into English.
November 1-7: Take a Final Survey and Write a Reflection.
Students take a final survey to see if their ideas have changed. They write a reflection about what they have learned from the stories and comments of others and from their own writing and writing comments.
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