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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
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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.
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