Reflection: Flexibility Developing the Higher Order Skill of Analyzing Visual Mediums Through Words (Day 2 of 2). - Section 1: Activator


I have come to realize that the other side of the coin when using computer assisted instruction is to be flexible and pro-active.  Problems will occur and I knew ahead of time that a few students were going to have difficulty signing into Edmodo.  

It is not worth the time and disruption in class momentum to spend more than a few minutes helping a student with this sort of problem.  I let the student work on solving it independently and when it became clear that they could not sign in, I had the assignment prepared for them in hard copy.  In doing this they participated and completed the lesson's objective.

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Developing the Higher Order Skill of Analyzing Visual Mediums Through Words (Day 2 of 2).

Unit 12: Fiction Novel: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT to compare and contrast visual mediums and poetry by analyzing a painting and a poem by Langston Hughes using EdModo.

Big Idea: Ecphrastics: How to describe visual art through the written word. Students will come to understand this term through practice.

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