Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Tribe Poster Creation - Section 2: What Information Would a Good Poster Contain?


Last year when we did our "tribe" presentations, the posters were a mess.  This year I decided to brainstorm with the class what a good poster would look like and the information it would contain.  This year I was much more impressed at the quality of posters.  The posters contained relevant information and aided the students in the presentations.  I will make sure from now on that we always talk about what a good poster looks like and the information it contains.

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  Adjustments to Practice: A Little Bit of Instruction Helps Tremendously
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Tribe Poster Creation

Unit 11: Native American Tribes of Utah
Lesson 4 of 22

Objective: SWBAT work in groups or "tribes" to conduct a research project. Students will create a poster as a visual for their presentation. They will also plan out a presentation to share the information they have learned about their tribe with the rest of the class.

Big Idea: The students are conducting a small research project for our Native American unit. Today they will be creating a poster as a visual for their group or "tribe" presentations.

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English / Language Arts, Social Studies, Indians, Writing, Writing Process, research, Native Americans, tribes, subject integration
  45 minutes
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