Reflection: ELL Students James Forten: Which image is best? You decide! - Section 2: Guided Practice


I had all of my students create a table with four columns and four rows.  The pictures went across the columns, and there was a row for meaning, tone and beauty.  Scholars completed the table to prepare for seminar.  For my ELL scholars who are most recent to this country, I actually had them write a two to three sentence response so that they were prepared with a comment.  That way they can practice their speaking skills without being put on-the-spot.   

  Have scholars organize thinking
  ELL Students: Have scholars organize thinking
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James Forten: Which image is best? You decide!

Unit 12: Voices of the Revolution - Part II
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT evaluate multimedia elements to match the purpose of the author.

Big Idea: How do we select the best image for our purpose?

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