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  • Three-story tall banner with speaker photos
  • Nobel peace prize winner who ended Liberia’s civil war
  • Fear can be a good thing.
  • Mystery organizer – crime in the middle – then elements – suspects, motives, clues, false clues, etc. You can make your own – just list important elements of your particular genre.
  • Letting kids lead

    1. 1. LETTING KIDS LEAD Kate Messner WSRA 2013http://www.katemessner.com
    2. 2. A, B, C, or D?Mastering the Standardized Test
    3. 3. www.katemessner.com/WSRA
    4. 4. Lesson #1 Be brave.But it’s also okay to be afraid.
    5. 5. If you weren’t nervous, it wouldn’t be worth doing.
    6. 6. Lesson #2Never underestimatethe power of failure.
    7. 7. What would you do if you knew that failure was impossible?
    8. 8. What if...?
    9. 9. Photo by Duncan Davidson, TED 2012
    10. 10. What if...?
    11. 11. What if...?
    12. 12. World Building
    13. 13. World Building
    14. 14. World Building
    15. 15. What if...?Image courtesy of ShutterStock
    16. 16. What if...?Image courtesy of ShutterStock
    17. 17. Kid-SourcingImage courtesy of ShutterStock
    18. 18. What if...?
    19. 19. www.kid-sourcing.com
    20. 20. www.kid-sourcing.com
    21. 21. Mystery Writing• CRIME• SUSPECTS • MOTIVES• INVESTIGATORS • MOTIVES• CLUES • FALSE CLUES
    22. 22. Deconstruct a Dystopia
    23. 23. World Building• MODERN-DAY PROBLEM/ISSUE• BEST GUESS – 2050• WORST CASE SCENARIO – 2050• TIMELINE 2012-2050• WHAT WOULD CREATE A BEST CASE SCENARIO?
    24. 24. What do studentsneed to change the world?
    25. 25. Courage…and opportunities to be brave.
    26. 26. Creativity…plus permission to fail and try again.
    27. 27. Mentors
    28. 28. GUESS HOW MANY DRAFTS? 14!
    29. 29. Mentors
    30. 30. “Revolution for the Tested”
    31. 31. Kate Messner WSRA 2013http://www.katemessner.com
    32. 32. www.katemessner.com/WSRA

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