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  • 1. NOBILITY:
  • 2.   AN
  • 3.   ARG
  • 4.   GAMEConcept by Lauren PintoNPhoto credit: skemnyMonday, April 22, 13
  • 5. Presentation RubricLink
  • 6.   to
  • 7.   RubricMonday, April 22, 13
  • 8. Guided byLearning
  • 9.   theoryMajor
  • 10.   premise
  • 11.   is
  • 12.   to
  • 13.   give
  • 14.   media
  • 15.   educational
  • 16.   contextMedia
  • 17.   used
  • 18.   in
  • 19.   Nobility
  • 20.   can
  • 21.   include
  • 22.   what
  • 23.   is
  • 24.   relevant
  • 25.   to
  • 26.   studentsMonday, April 22, 13
  • 27. Target PlayersPhoto Credit:Annie RoiMonday, April 22, 13
  • 28. Target PlayersStudents,
  • 29.   ages
  • 30.   11+Grade-level
  • 31.   specific
  • 32.   class(es)Photo Credit:Annie RoiMonday, April 22, 13
  • 33. The StoryBeloved
  • 34.   by
  • 35.   her
  • 36.   students,
  • 37.   Ms.
  • 38.   Noble,
  • 39.   gets
  • 40.   suspended
  • 41.   from
  • 42.   her
  • 43.   jobMs.
  • 44.   Noble
  • 45.   is
  • 46.   highly
  • 47.   qualified
  • 48.   and
  • 49.   her
  • 50.   students
  • 51.   have
  • 52.   good
  • 53.   test
  • 54.   scores,
  • 55.   but
  • 56.   is
  • 57.   “off-beat”in
  • 58.   methodologyStudents
  • 59.   want
  • 60.   to
  • 61.   helpPhoto Credit: shutterhacksMonday, April 22, 13
  • 62. Game ObjectivesMonday, April 22, 13
  • 63. Game Objectives1. Uncover
  • 64.   why
  • 65.   Ms.
  • 66.   Noble
  • 67.   was
  • 68.   suspended
  • 69.   (there
  • 70.   are
  • 71.   three
  • 72.   reasons
  • 73.   total)Monday, April 22, 13
  • 74. Game Objectives1. Uncover
  • 75.   why
  • 76.   Ms.
  • 77.   Noble
  • 78.   was
  • 79.   suspended
  • 80.   (there
  • 81.   are
  • 82.   three
  • 83.   reasons
  • 84.   total)2. Using
  • 85.   technology
  • 86.   as
  • 87.   a
  • 88.   tool,
  • 89.   formulate
  • 90.   a
  • 91.   grassroots
  • 92.   plan
  • 93.   to
  • 94.   helpMonday, April 22, 13
  • 95. Game Objectives1. Uncover
  • 96.   why
  • 97.   Ms.
  • 98.   Noble
  • 99.   was
  • 100.   suspended
  • 101.   (there
  • 102.   are
  • 103.   three
  • 104.   reasons
  • 105.   total)2. Using
  • 106.   technology
  • 107.   as
  • 108.   a
  • 109.   tool,
  • 110.   formulate
  • 111.   a
  • 112.   grassroots
  • 113.   plan
  • 114.   to
  • 115.   help3. Present
  • 116.   point
  • 117.   of
  • 118.   view
  • 119.   at
  • 120.   employment
  • 121.   hearing
  • 122.   using
  • 123.   public
  • 124.   speaking
  • 125.   and
  • 126.   presentation
  • 127.   techniquesMonday, April 22, 13
  • 128. Common Core StandardsInformational
  • 129.   readingTrace
  • 130.   and
  • 131.   evaluate
  • 132.   argument
  • 133.   and
  • 134.   specific
  • 135.   claimsDetermine
  • 136.   point
  • 137.   of
  • 138.   view
  • 139.   or
  • 140.   purposeCompare/contrast
  • 141.   ones
  • 142.   presentation
  • 143.   or
  • 144.   events
  • 145.   with
  • 146.   that
  • 147.   of
  • 148.   anotherMonday, April 22, 13
  • 149. Common Core Standards...Round 2WritingWrite
  • 150.   arguments
  • 151.   to
  • 152.   support
  • 153.   claimsEstablish
  • 154.   and
  • 155.   maintain
  • 156.   styleWrite
  • 157.   different
  • 158.   forms
  • 159.   of
  • 160.   textsDevelop
  • 161.   a
  • 162.   topicUse
  • 163.   technology
  • 164.   to
  • 165.   produce
  • 166.   and
  • 167.   publish
  • 168.   writingGather
  • 169.   relevant
  • 170.   information
  • 171.   from
  • 172.   multiple
  • 173.   sourcesMonday, April 22, 13
  • 174. Common Core Standards...but wait there’s more!Listening
  • 175.   and
  • 176.   SpeakingEngage
  • 177.   in
  • 178.   various
  • 179.   discussion
  • 180.   typesFollow
  • 181.   rules
  • 182.   for
  • 183.   discussionsPresent
  • 184.   claims
  • 185.   and
  • 186.   findingsMonday, April 22, 13
  • 187. How It’s PlayedPhoto Credit: dearootMonday, April 22, 13
  • 188. How It’s PlayedStages
  • 189.   and
  • 190.   Student
  • 191.   RolesPhoto Credit: dearootMonday, April 22, 13
  • 192. How It’s PlayedStages
  • 193.   and
  • 194.   Student
  • 195.   RolesStage
  • 196.   1:
  • 197.   Investigators-
  • 198.   Dossiers
  • 199.   and
  • 200.   mapsPhoto Credit: dearootMonday, April 22, 13
  • 201. How It’s PlayedStages
  • 202.   and
  • 203.   Student
  • 204.   RolesStage
  • 205.   1:
  • 206.   Investigators-
  • 207.   Dossiers
  • 208.   and
  • 209.   mapsStage
  • 210.   2:
  • 211.   Puzzle-piecers-
  • 212.   DipityPhoto Credit: dearootMonday, April 22, 13
  • 213. How It’s PlayedStages
  • 214.   and
  • 215.   Student
  • 216.   RolesStage
  • 217.   1:
  • 218.   Investigators-
  • 219.   Dossiers
  • 220.   and
  • 221.   mapsStage
  • 222.   2:
  • 223.   Puzzle-piecers-
  • 224.   DipityStage
  • 225.   3:
  • 226.   Activists-
  • 227.   technology
  • 228.   tools
  • 229.   to
  • 230.   create
  • 231.   tweets,
  • 232.   profile
  • 233.   pages,
  • 234.   posters,
  • 235.   videos,
  • 236.   stickers,
  • 237.   letters
  • 238.   in
  • 239.   school
  • 240.   newsletter,
  • 241.   etc.Photo Credit: dearootMonday, April 22, 13
  • 242. How It’s PlayedStages
  • 243.   and
  • 244.   Student
  • 245.   RolesStage
  • 246.   1:
  • 247.   Investigators-
  • 248.   Dossiers
  • 249.   and
  • 250.   mapsStage
  • 251.   2:
  • 252.   Puzzle-piecers-
  • 253.   DipityStage
  • 254.   3:
  • 255.   Activists-
  • 256.   technology
  • 257.   tools
  • 258.   to
  • 259.   create
  • 260.   tweets,
  • 261.   profile
  • 262.   pages,
  • 263.   posters,
  • 264.   videos,
  • 265.   stickers,
  • 266.   letters
  • 267.   in
  • 268.   school
  • 269.   newsletter,
  • 270.   etc.Stage
  • 271.   4:
  • 272.   Presenters-
  • 273.   EdcanvasPhoto Credit: dearootMonday, April 22, 13
  • 274. ScoringPhoto Credit: Steve SnodgrassMonday, April 22, 13
  • 275. ScoringReason
  • 276.   behind
  • 277.   suspension
  • 278.   (Possible
  • 279.   150
  • 280.   Points)Total
  • 281.   number
  • 282.   of
  • 283.   reasons
  • 284.   uncovered
  • 285.   correlates
  • 286.   with
  • 287.   point
  • 288.   valuePhoto Credit: Steve SnodgrassMonday, April 22, 13
  • 289. ScoringReason
  • 290.   behind
  • 291.   suspension
  • 292.   (Possible
  • 293.   150
  • 294.   Points)Total
  • 295.   number
  • 296.   of
  • 297.   reasons
  • 298.   uncovered
  • 299.   correlates
  • 300.   with
  • 301.   point
  • 302.   valueCampaign
  • 303.   (Possible
  • 304.   500
  • 305.   Points)Simple
  • 306.   to
  • 307.   complex
  • 308.   tasks,
  • 309.   each
  • 310.   has
  • 311.   a
  • 312.   point
  • 313.   value
  • 314.   accordinglyPhoto Credit: Steve SnodgrassMonday, April 22, 13
  • 315. ScoringReason
  • 316.   behind
  • 317.   suspension
  • 318.   (Possible
  • 319.   150
  • 320.   Points)Total
  • 321.   number
  • 322.   of
  • 323.   reasons
  • 324.   uncovered
  • 325.   correlates
  • 326.   with
  • 327.   point
  • 328.   valueCampaign
  • 329.   (Possible
  • 330.   500
  • 331.   Points)Simple
  • 332.   to
  • 333.   complex
  • 334.   tasks,
  • 335.   each
  • 336.   has
  • 337.   a
  • 338.   point
  • 339.   value
  • 340.   accordinglyPresentation
  • 341.   (Possible
  • 342.   350
  • 343.   Points)Points
  • 344.   awarded
  • 345.   based
  • 346.   on
  • 347.   this
  • 348.   rubricPhoto Credit: Steve SnodgrassMonday, April 22, 13
  • 349. Potential EndingsMonday, April 22, 13
  • 350. Potential EndingsMs.
  • 351.   Noble
  • 352.   is
  • 353.   restored
  • 354.   as
  • 355.   teacher
  • 356.   with
  • 357.   “no
  • 358.   strings
  • 359.   attached”
  • 360.   (900-1000
  • 361.   points)Ms.
  • 362.   Noble
  • 363.   is
  • 364.   restored
  • 365.   as
  • 366.   teacher,
  • 367.   but
  • 368.   remains
  • 369.   on
  • 370.   probation
  • 371.   (
  • 372.   700-899
  • 373.   points)Ms.
  • 374.   Noble
  • 375.   is
  • 376.   not
  • 377.   allowed
  • 378.   to
  • 379.   return
  • 380.   to
  • 381.   her
  • 382.   job
  • 383.   (Fewer
  • 384.   than
  • 385.   700
  • 386.   points)Monday, April 22, 13
  • 387. In
  • 388.   case
  • 389.   you
  • 390.   missed
  • 391.   it:
  • 392.   Final
  • 393.   Presentation
  • 394.   RubricIs
  • 395.   the
  • 396.   scoring
  • 397.   system
  • 398.   fair?Is
  • 399.   the
  • 400.   story
  • 401.   too
  • 402.   controversial
  • 403.   to
  • 404.   be
  • 405.   used
  • 406.   as
  • 407.   a
  • 408.   learning
  • 409.   activity?Anything
  • 410.   else
  • 411.   you
  • 412.   think
  • 413.   I’d
  • 414.   benefit
  • 415.   from?FeedbackPhoto Credit: visual.dichotomyMonday, April 22, 13