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Project-based Learning

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Brooke Matson

on 1 November 2012

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San Francisco Budapest (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Stockholm (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Project-
Learning Driving Question Sources
Info Additional
(for more
credit) Present
Learning/Conclusions print/web/media experts in field 3 5 4 2 1 Ask a Driving Question Tie to Standards... Plan
them. experiments Consult Sources
of Information Draw
& Create
Products ? Present Learning & Conclusions to Peers A driving question is... provocative
challenges thinking (that's deep!)
open-ended (no easy answer)
goes to the heart of the bigger picture Tie standards to your question. What's your driving question? How much credit do you want? How will you document them? What sources will you use? additional product for .25? Show how you answered your question
Demonstrate that you met the standard(s) Self Evaluation
Peer Evaluation WHY and HOW
questions are best all-school
small group
individual Brooke Do the Twilight series' main characters promote gender stereotypes? X X Email the author my questions Online book discussion forums Talk to a women's studies professor
Talk to a literature professor X email The novels themselves READING: Analyze literary text to draw conclusions and develop insights. (2.4.1) READING: Analyze author’s purpose and evaluate an author’s style of writing to influence different audiences. (2.4.2) X X X X Define "gender stereotypes" & give examples Give specific examples of gender stereotypes
from the Twilight series Include 2 professor's views of how/if gender
stereotypes fit main characters Include images from the movie in my analysis X X Literature How or how not does...
produce measurable skills for students to use in the world of work?
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