Reflection: Unit Planning Theme: Skits (Day 1) - Section 1: Project Preview


This wrap up for our unit on theme is a great activity for the last days of school. It gets everyone involved and gives the students the opportunity to show what know in a truly creative way. You can set aside the technology and have the students perform 'live' before an audience. Or you can allow them to use technology be amazed at their film-making ability.

  Perfect for the last days of the school year!
  Unit Planning: Perfect for the last days of the school year!
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Theme: Skits (Day 1)

Unit 13: Theme: A Mini Unit
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT work cooperatively to develop plot elements around a central theme for a skit to be performed in class.

Big Idea: Fascinating characters in a colorful setting are just boring without a central problem illustrating a theme.

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