Reflection: Lesson Planning Blackout Imagery Presentations -One Step Ahead of Hitler - Section 2: Finalizing & Presenting Projects


A consideration for the future and/or to bring more technology into the assignment as our students are using more and more artist technology in future jobs.

Blackout Text can be achieved on the iPad.  There are examples of this online. If your students are motivated by technology over paper, pencil, markers and scissors OR if you are able to checkout iPads, but not able to purchase the other materials, this could be an alternate route or choice.

You can achieve the same result but would need to do a screen shot to capture the product.

An additional thought...this would allow electronic sharing across school monitors in a common area or on a class or school site to be instantaneous.

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Blackout Imagery Presentations -One Step Ahead of Hitler

Unit 7: Informational Text - Persevering through the Adversity of our World Part 2
Lesson 15 of 15

Objective: SWBAT use their project as a visual aid to relay to the class an important, salient point from their section of the book

Big Idea: Do you see what I see?

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