43-8 =35, centeredand quoted the definition and the clipart to balance.
27 – 17 = 10
53 -22 =31 Enlarged picture and moved up to balance, centered sub title as needed.
34 - 10 = 24, Shortened the bullets to say more than is seen, enlarged picture, enlarged 70 to make an emphasis on time.
20, Changed last bullet to a question, left more line spacing between bullets to use up spacing.
33 - 22 =11 Changed the sub-bullet to 5W’s, changing all bullets to points, adding picture.
34 – 25 = 9 Removed double lists –can talk about it. Added open door photo, centered text and made into a question.
61 -40 = 21 Removed sub-titles above each, removed sub-bullets on finding info, shortened line in middle, added pictures.
37 - 15= 22, Removed text and added statements instead. Added picture. Can be presented as “which one of these statements is true?
44 – 26 = 18 Removed text and changed it for more speaking opportunities. Added picture for more emphasis.
87 – 58 =29 Shortened definition and Removed the factors (can explain each) into a question. Added picture and shortened warning at bottom.
58 Took off the acroynm (can say it. Changed to W to 5th (Who/What/Why/When/Where), added clipart
29 -14 = 15 Dropped lots of text, rewrote info and added the puppy dog for emphasis.
Added credits as needed for additional pictures.
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2. What is Copyright? Content on the Web Copyright /Teaching Implied vs. Express The Owner Fair Use Defined Understanding It Fair use Checklist Protection TEACH ACT Open Access Getting Permission Public Domain Vs. Orphan Work
3. “A form of protection grounded in the U.S.Constitution and granted by law for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression that covers both published and unpublished works.”
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