Reflection: Complex Tasks Smart Phone Literature Project Day Two - Section 2: Small-Group Collaboration: Smart Phone Literature Project


Students enjoy the complexity of this task and excel at it because they can join technology and contemporary culture with their literary knowledge.  They create and innovate with this project because they can publish their perspectives on characters and literary works in relation to their experiences and popular culture.  They must revisit literary works, evaluate and create connections, and engage in discourse and questioning to accomplish the task.

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Smart Phone Literature Project Day Two

Unit 8: Smart Phone Literature Project
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT articulate connections among literary works and modern culture through writing, imagemaking, and discussion.

Big Idea: "Eventually everything connects - people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se." ---Charles Eames

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English / Language Arts, Iliad, Literature, Media and Technology, Listening and Speaking, Macbeth, summative assessment, Beowulf, Canterbury Tales, Culture for Learning, Discourse & Questioning, Complex Tasks
  80 minutes
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