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Copy of Danger Along the Ohio: Tech Unit

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Lindsay Adams

on 30 March 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Danger Along the Ohio: Tech Unit

Let's look at this from the students' perspective.......
Danger Along the Ohio: Experiencing the Past through the present......
....how can we experience 1793 in the 21st century??
blog with each other online
from different characters'
perspectives
But we can do so much more!
we started from here
Danger Along the Ohio takes place in 1793, deep in the wilderness of Indian country, and follows the adventures of 3 children after they become separated from their father
during a brutal Indian attack.

So...
us in activities that matter! We can:
create our own blogs
use Map Tracker to track our
journey down the Ohio River
go to websites independently
activities with peers! We can:
create glogsters
defend and debate our position
based on the actions of the
characters
a dramatic scene from the book! We can:
perform it for other students
record it on our Flip video
edit it
burn it onto a DVD and make our
own movie starring........US!!!!
Engage....
Construct..
Create...
The Ohio
River

Students will...
So....
Amos, Clara, Jonathon, Queen Anne
and the little Indian boy
Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr
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