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Social Media: Sub Topics

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Stephanie Valente

on 27 February 2015

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Transcript of Social Media: Sub Topics

Today's goal: To gain facts from articles we found for you.
As you read, you should be open to both sides of the debate because a good argument is based on a preponderance of evidence.
After I announce the research topics, you will move to sit with other people on the same topic.
Research Time
Research Time
To help you remain objective while reading, you should stick to only a few text-codes:

underlining of key ideas
+ for good things about social media
-- for bad things about social media
notes/questions in the margins
FYI: On Monday, you will research on laptops!
February 27, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Is That Social Media?
Homework Review: Kagan Structure
Exit Activity
We're going to play a game!

Let's review each online tool and
decide if
it's social media or not by physically
moving to specific corners of the room

Door/Entry to classroom
- Yeah,
that's social media.

Air Conditioner/Window
- Nope,
that's something else.

Classroom Library
- IDK.

Move desks back.
In your notebook:
jot two things you learned today and one new questions you have.
Social Media: Sub Topics
You can read together or independently, but you are there to support each other.
Read & annotate the other article in your packet.
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