What Happens Next? (A Socratic discussion about the Future)
- Your group will need to present information about a topic to the class.
- Begin by going to the Padlet website.
- Click on the red text in the topic box and begin studying your topic by watching the video about it.
- Each group member should read an article on the website and take Cornell notes. The whole group needs to know the content of all of the articles.
- Share notes with your group and prepare a short presentation to the class about your topic.
- Use this sheet to help you create the presentation.
- Include some examples from Where We'd Be... in the presentation.
Fahrenheit 451 A novel by Ray Bradbury
Respond to the video on Actively Learn
Reading Deadlines are on E/F Days
Record book deadlines in Google Calendar:
- E 2/4 or F 2/5-- Part One: The Hearth and the Salamander
- E 2/11 or F 2/12--Part Two: The Sieve and the Sand
- E 2/21 or F 2/24-- Part Three: Burning Bright
Respond in the comments section of each blog post and offer some ideas about the future of educational technology. (Due 2/6)
- Level two do #1 and #2.
- Level one do all three.
- Flying Solo: Would You?
- The Future of Learning, Networked Society
- The Myths and Opportunities of Technology in the Classroom
Enter entries from this work into your journal.
Develop a Philosophy of Technology
What is your personal philosophy about technology?
(Answering this question will help you shape an argument and make assertions about it so that you may do some research.)
Review the performance task essay.
- Write an assertion with three/five pieces of support from your responses.
- After pitching your assertion, revise it so that it makes a clear, bold argument about your philosophy of technology.
Write the Essay
Cornell Notes Method-Use the summary from the notes and put them into the informative part of the annotated list of sources.
- Review the thesis statement in your essay and then form the body paragraphs.
- Start with reasons why your assertions are sound.(Topic Sentences)
Find support from:
- The responses to literature
- The responses to videos viewed in class
- The responses to blog posts.
- Online databases.
- In this lesson, you will prepare to draft the body paragraphs of the essay by making an annotated list.
- Assemble your notes on all of your relevant responses to videos, blog post comments and responses to literature.
2. Conduct your own research and make an annotated list for the essay.
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