Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Let it Go! Two Versions of Frozen's Anthem - Section 1: Warm Up


I love when kids listen to a question, then come up with an angle that hadn't even occurred to me!  I was really thinking traditionally with the whole books and movie versions of things. The boy who mentioned the technology versions most likely heard me ask a completely different question.  The word version itself has a different meaning these days because kids are constantly updating their versions of tech.  His suggestion of different versions of iPads, Xbox, iPhones was right on the money and reminded me that sometimes when I speak to the class I need to be aware that the digital native definition really does matter.  I hadn't thought of the most obvious thing, but in their world it's made the most sense.  Of course!

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Let it Go! Two Versions of Frozen's Anthem

Unit 13: Comparison City
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: TSWBAT listen to the recordings, compare versions, and state an opinion.

Big Idea: Freezing out the competition...Who is the winner? And can the loser just, "Let it Go?"

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