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These PowerPoint slides are for a presentation that I delivered to colleagues at a Fulbright conference, for which I described a community art project that I did with my students. The slides include ...

These PowerPoint slides are for a presentation that I delivered to colleagues at a Fulbright conference, for which I described a community art project that I did with my students. The slides include samples of my students’ work.

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Secret Postcard Project Secret Postcard Project Presentation Transcript

  • Secret Postcard Project Stephanie Dodson Gyeongju Workshop October 4, 2008
  • Secret Postcard Project
    • I asked my high school students to create secret postcards in the style of PostSecret ( http://www.postsecret.com ).
    • We began with a class discussion about secrets, using examples from the PostSecret website.
    • For homework, students created their own secret cards.
  • Secret Postcard Project
    • Following the rules of PostSecret, each project contained an anonymous secret.
    • Students could illustrate their secrets with text, drawings, and pictures cut from magazines.
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  • School Lobby Display
    • Under my supervision, a group of students created a bulletin board to display their secret card projects.
  • School Lobby Display
  • Secret Cards Website
    • I also scanned the cards and created an online display.
    • Please visit the website to see more secret cards and download the lesson plan for this project.
    Secret Cards Website: http ://www.freewebs.com/secretcards
  • Final Remarks
    • This project created an opportunity for students to express themselves and learn more about one another through the anonymous sharing of secrets.
    • Viewing students’ secret cards afforded me a greater understanding of Korean culture.
    • The online display serves as a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning about Korea.
  • Stephanie Dodson [email_address] Questions? Please e-mail me.