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Open Mind Portraits

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Hillary Wheeler

on 1 April 2014

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Open- Mind Portraits
help students develop a deeper understanding of a text through illustrating a character's point of view or perspective.
Purpose
Limitations
Drawing might be difficult for some students
Some students may have a difficult time recalling specific events or details
How to Steps
Advantages
Great for visual spatial learners
Great tool for discussion of a text
Helps students understand the deeper meaning of events (in the text) through the character's perspective
Helps students understand point of view and perspective
Great for ESL learners
Allows for creativity
by Hillary Wheeler
[LLLS4131, Spring 2014]
Open Mind Portraits
1. Select a book for the students to read in groups or a different book for each group.
Teacher
explains the activity
Students
read the book
Students
Select Main Character
Students
start on their portraits
Teacher
observes and helps students
Students
share their portrait with the class
How to Steps cont...
Open minded portraits help students develop a deeper understanding of a text through illustrating a character's point of view or perspective.
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