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group activity heroes

frayer model to define hero

Martha Hanson

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of group activity heroes

What is a hero?
"My belt holds my pants up, but the belt loops hold my belt up. I don't really know what is happening down there. Who is the real hero?"- MitchHedberg As a group, you are going to use the Frayer model to create your own definition of what a hero is
and what characteristics or qualities one must possess to be considered a hero. Your task:
1. Create your own Frayer model on the paper provided. 2. Divide the people you have been given into
examples and non-examples of heroes
and place on the appropriate part of the diagram. Keeping in mind HOW
you as a group decided
WHO was a hero and
WHO was NOT,
create a bulleted list
of characteristics of a hero FINALLY......
use your characteristics
to write
your own group's definition
of a hero. Grading Rubric:

3. Bulleted characteristics are consistent with division of people 20 pts.
4. Definition reflects
characteristics and is thoughtful and complete 35 pts.
5. Diagram is neat and visually attractive 20 pts. 2. Evidence of decision making process in division of people 1. Frayer model is created correctly 10 pts. 15 pts.
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