Reflection: Board Game Project: Introduction and Planning - Section 4: Mini-Lecture: Board Game Directions


I wrote this project with the assistance of Engineering Design/Architecture teacher, and this year, a large number of my students are enrolled in various classes offered through our school's Engineering Technology/Woodshop program. As the Engineering Design/Architecture teacher stresses to these same students the importance of communicating their ideas completely, I am addressing the importance of the design process. We both hope that eventually, we are able to create a true cross-curricular seminar/project that students can get dual credit in, but that is down the road (we also co-wrote a lesson on architecture history and the novel, "The Devil in the White City"). 

  Cross-Curricular Elements: Understanding Design
  Cross-Curricular Elements: Understanding Design
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Board Game Project: Introduction and Planning

Unit 6: Collaborative Speaking & Listening: Designing Identity in "The Catcher in the Rye" Boardgame
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT work with peers to set group norms and individual group roles for for their board game project by beginning a game design brief.

Big Idea: "You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality." -Walt Disney

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