Core 1:

  1. Prepare-on:
    • Arrange desks
    • Talk about uStream
    • Do any last minute preparation
  2. Host the debate, Stream the Debate.
  3. Judge’s Decision
  4. Extension: Prepare for next debates next week.

Core 2:

  1. Blog-on: What will you do with the time that you have on this earth to ensure that you leave it a better place than you found it?
  2. Research how other teen’s social actions have led to the creation of large organizations and even their carreers.
    • Blog about three organizations that you find inspiring.
      • How did they start?
      • How are their ideas like your social action plan?
      • What is so amazing about their approach to social action?
  3. Extension:
    • Try to contact one of these groups and let them know what you are working on. See if you can get some feedback on how to better implement your social action.

Core 3:

  1. Blog-on: How did watching Anne Frank change the way you read Maus?
  2. Frame Analysis of chapter 2:
    •  Using PhotoBooth take a picture of a frame you would like to analyze and then drop it into Word.
    • Analyze the frame by:
    • Describe- Describe the frame in detail. Make sure you find even the smallest pieces of information that are hiding within the illustration.
    • Explain- Explain the meaning of each of the objects and details in this frame. What do these things symbolize or represent? Why does the author use this image instead of another one? What message is the author trying to convey through this frame?
    • Expand- Show how this frame and its different meanings relate to the rest of the book or to your own life.
  3. Extensions: Finish Chapter 3 for Friday.

Core 4:

Today is a research and organization day. I will not be talking at
you a whole lot. What I will be doing, however, is talking with you,
trying to get you to organize your thoughts into a workable debate
plan. I will be encouraging you to think about both sides and I will be asking you to think about poking holes in another’s argument through Points of Information. Things to think about:

  • Which arguments should go in which part of the debate?
  • What are the most logical arguments that the other side will be making?
  • What format should you use for your fact sheet (the piece of paper
    that has all of your arguments and points of information on it)?
  • Who is going to speak when?
  • What facts and resources do you still need?
  • Would it be easier for one person do more research and another to start organizing it?

Extension: Continue to work toward an organized outline for your debate next week.

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