Reflection: Performance Tasks A Graphic Representation of Three Views of Storytelling, Day 2 of 2 - Section 2: Finish Graphic Organizers


The purpose of this assignment was to engage students in an analysis of O’Brien’s perspective in a different way. The task was a bit odd for them, but I think it’s good to get them a little uncomfortable sometimes. I know this task may be challenging so it was a good idea to make it a group assignment. They were able to support each other. One good thing that comes out of an assignment that begins with a blank page and requires a visual representation is that different skills can come through. This graphic organizer, for example, works very well visually.

  Performance Tasks: Graphic Organizers
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A Graphic Representation of Three Views of Storytelling, Day 2 of 2

Unit 10: Responses To The Things They Carried
Lesson 12 of 13

Objective: SWBAT finish analyzing the perspective conveyed in three different texts by finishing a graphic organizer the started the day before.

Big Idea: Providing more support to address the rusty visual language.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, responses to literature
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