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One of five essential elements in a technology-infused lesson plan design. This is part of a graduate program for teachers.

One of five essential elements in a technology-infused lesson plan design. This is part of a graduate program for teachers.



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    • Self-Image and the Media In what ways does the media affect a person’s self-image?
    • Media Investigation - Overview
      • In this project you and your partner will do the following:
        • read an assigned article
        • clarify vocabulary
        • write a thesis statement stating the author’s position
        • take notes on the important points in the article
        • take notes on evidence presented in the article
        • write a summary of the article
        • create a PowerPoint presentation of information
        • present your findings to the class
    • Step 1: Read the article
      • To have a good understanding of the information presented in your article, you should read it over at least once on your own and again with your partner.
      • As you read, highlight or underline unfamiliar words.
      • Discuss the article with your partner to clarify meaning.
    • Step 2: Clarify Vocabulary
      • Select a minimum of five words that need clarification.
      • On your hand-out, write the words and a definition for each one.
    • Step 3: Write a thesis statement
      • On your hand-out write a single sentence that clearly states the author’s position in the article.
      • This statement may change as you begin to take notes and become more familiar with the article.
    • Step 4: Take notes on important points given in the article
      • Review the article and divide it into meaningful chunks or sections.
      • Divide the next section of your binder paper into two columns.
      • In the left column of your hand-out, use your own words to take notes about important points the author is making.
    • Step 5: Take notes on important evidence given in the article
      • In the right column, write down important evidence -statistics, facts, anecdotes, examples, expert opinions, or interview quotations-- that are presented to support the author’s position.
      • Be sure to use quotation marks if you use the author’s exact words to present this information.
    • Step 6: Write a summary
      • On a separate piece of binder paper, use your notes to write a summary of your article.
      • Your summary must include the title, author’s name, and thesis statement.
      • Present the important points and evidence given in the article.
      • End with a personal response or reaction to the article.
      • The summary should be approximately 1/3 of the length of the original article.
      • Use standard writing guidelines - blue or black ink, skip lines, only write on one side of the paper, leave 1” margins on both sides.
    • Step 7: Create a PowerPoint presentation
      • In the computer lab, you will use your information to create a PowerPoint presentation so that you can share what you’ve learned with the class.
      • I will be giving you information on how to create an effect slide show.
    • Step 8: Present to the class
      • Once your slideshow is created, you and your partner will need to rehearse your presentation.
      • Using notes, you will present your findings to the class.
    • Grading
      • You will be graded on the following components of your project:
        • Individual: Word definitions, thesis statement, notes, and summary, class presentation
        • Group: PowerPoint slideshow