Reflection: Student Ownership Best Book Project Day 3 - Section 2: Project Work


Class today may seem a little controlled, and I even felt it myself as we added tags today.   However, I'm good with it because I'm trying to get students to the point of showing their ownership of the project while still teaching them how to use Thinglink.  So, a little control today is necessary before I turn them loose - keeping the cart behind the horse so to speak.

Remember also that this is the end of the school year -not the point when you want chaos, so I'm trying to keep them intrigued with the new "toy" while they are productive and creative.

  A Little Controlled
  Student Ownership: A Little Controlled
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Best Book Project Day 3

Unit 13: Year-End Review: Putting it all Together
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT create an online multimedia project advertising books to next year's students.

Big Idea: Using images to sell books...Amazon should hire us.

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