Reflection: Pacing James Forten: Multimedia Elements - Section 2: Teaching Strategy


Due to time constraints, we did not create a foldable.  Instead we completed a venn diagram graphic organizer.  This enabled us to get right to work without having to construct the item on which we record our thinking.  Usually, I would opt to use the foldable, however, with all of the snow days we had and the school-year coming to a close, instructional time is running out! 

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James Forten: Multimedia Elements

Unit 12: Voices of the Revolution - Part II
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast multimedia elements.

Big Idea: How does an author use multimedia elements to communicate with the reader?

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