Reflection: Student Ownership Practice With Demographics and P.E.L. - Section 2: Guided Practice


While my intention in using this format for grouping the students and assigning the task was simply to keep it simple, I got much more from it that was unexpected. I saw an increased level of individual student ownership during the five minutes they were working because they were, for the most part, surrounded by students that were working on a different advertisement. They each had to depend on themselves and their own understanding and ability to accomplish the task. 

  How This Grouping Can Help Ownership?
  Student Ownership: How This Grouping Can Help Ownership?
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Practice With Demographics and P.E.L.

Unit 7: Advertising, Bias, and Propaganda
Lesson 5 of 13

Objective: Students will work together as a class to develop a stronger understanding of the concepts we have been studying in order to apply them independently.

Big Idea: Let's Talk About Some Advertisements!

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English / Language Arts, Analysis (Listening and Speaking), ethos, pathos, logos, advertising, demographics, propaganda
  50 minutes
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