PHYSICAL & DIGITAL Videos/ Articles EVIDENCE Brain storm list Learn Learn about Choose a about civic civicissues civic issue issues USER ACTION Vlog Recordin g Research Guide Articles Category Lists Record vlog on initial thoughts Learn research strategies and skills Find news articles on issue Categorize articles by perspective Role Play Guide Role play and debate different perspective s Interview Guide Interview Worksheet Storyboard Come up with story idea Create storyboard LINE OF INTERACTION FRONT STAGE Facilitate discussio n Facilitate brain storm Instruct how to create vlog Facilitate discussion Customiz e lecture/di scussion questions Create brainstorm guide Review student work Customize lecture/dis cussion questions Individual help & feedback Facilitate exercise Individual help & feedback Review student work Customize exercise/dis cussion questions Review student work LINE OF VISIBILITY BACKSTAGE INTERAL INTERACTION Make Teacher Guide Where To • • • • • • • W: Students will learn how to research a civic issue, develop their own perspective, and present that perspective in an interesting and effective way. Expressing your perspective is an essential part of being a contributing member to civics, and a key skill for educational and professional success. H: Students will have numerous opportunities to complete interesting and collaborative assignments throughout the course. E: Students will first learn concepts and strategies in class and then apply them in and out of the classroom. R: Students will have ample time to reflect on their work, revise their stories, and rethink opinions on major civic issues. E: Students will both self-evaluate and be evaluated by their teachers and peers. T: Students will complete personalized projects, and communicate in ways that they find interesting. O: Students will synthesize numerous pieces of research to create unique stories.