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Avid Mission: TV Shows
Transcript of Avid Mission: TV Shows
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earned when you get the highest scores on test or other assignments (B+ or higher)
special prizes when you win two or more consecutive missions
Ideas For Missions:
Each group selects a character from their TV show and reflects from their characteristics.
How would they change that character?
How can they apply this to the real world?
For example: In one episode Scott had to sacrifice his life to save Stiles' dad and his mom.
Who would you sacrifice you life for?
Work with your group collaboratively and choose people who you would give your life for and thank them for being in your life.
Make sure you thank them creatively.
We chose the theme TV shows because we want every group to pick a character that they are most related too so the whole class gets to know everyone better. Since we all pretty much watch the same shows, it will be fun to see which character everyone picks.
How will this work?
This will work by every group choosing a TV show, and then each member choosing a character that they feel most connected to
What process will this require?
The process for choosing the TV show they most like is by comparing the TV shows they all like, and the one they all like will be the show where they pick their characters.
Possible Decoration/Ideas for Classroom
One idea is that each group chooses their favorite TV show as aforementioned and everyone in the group help draw a poster of their TV show.
Television (TV) has its good side. It can be entertaining and educational, and can open up new worlds for kids, giving them a chance to travel the globe, learn about different cultures, and gain exposure to ideas they may never encounter in their own community. Shows with a prosocial message can have a positive effect on kids' behavior; programs with positive role models can influence viewers to make positive lifestyle changes.
Boyse, Kyla. "University of Michigan Health System." Television (TV) and Children: Your Child:. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Jan. 2014.
We could also collect some artifacts from show and once everyone picks their character, they print a picture of their character and put them it in their binder
By: Yolanda Espericueta, Alejandro Velasquez, Anthony Ramos, Freddy Soto
Since we already watch so much TV, why not incorporate our interests to our learning? (:
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