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Web Worldwide: Week 13

This week was a very busy week for me, so I definitely didn’t space out my assignments like I would have liked to. I kept up with the Daily Creates, though, so I do have that!

We did web design this week, which was very new to me but a lot more fun than I had expected it to be! To start, I made my Canvas page tell me the truth using X-Ray Goggles. Then, for my assignments, I mapped out characters from my favorite reading for American Realism for 4 stars, then wrote out my family moving history for 3 stars, and finally created a story with multiple endings for 4 stars, making my grand total for this week to be 11 stars!

My Daily Creates consisted of comic creating, Street Viewing a place I’ve never been, and telling the story of an image (and also finding a lonely tree). I weaved the last three Daily Creates into a story, which was a¬†fun twist in this week’s assignments.

We’re almost at the end of the semester, and while I can’t wait for summer, I’m going to miss learning about all the new things that this class has taught! Not that I should be getting sentimental just yet; we still have a couple weeks to go. Good luck, everyone!

The Story of the Hour: Daily Create Week 13

This week, we had to do three Daily Creates and then combine them into a story. I ended up doing four (mostly because I really like taking pictures of trees), but this turned out okay considering my first would have been much harder to work into a story.

In the streets of Figueira, Portugal, a couple stood debating their evening plans. The woman, ever the opponent of green foods, refused to eat the last piece of broccoli. The man desperately tried to bribe her into eating it by offering her a reward of ice cream. After much negotiation, the woman eventually ate the broccoli and they went to the ice cream shop on the beach. Afterward, they took a lovely stroll through the town until the sun was setting. On the horizon, they saw two outstanding trees poking out of the other vegetation. The man leaned over to the woman and quietly commented on their beauty. She only replied that they looked like broccoli, and turned to head home.