IB-OPVL & Mao Lesson Plan
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Hersh Sisodia (Administrator)
The objective of the lesson is to have students analyze primary and secondary documents, and identify the credibility of each document. This is a great skill for students to fine tune. It combines learning world history and improving their literacy skills. The plan provides the necessary framework for students to achieve this. I noticed that student are only analyzing wirtten content, could students analyze other multimedia sources?
Could other technology besides iPad be used? iPad is still a relatively okay tool and expensive too. How about a netbook?
Laura Collins (Student)
This lesson makes students analyze primary and secondary documents and identify the credibility of each. This is such an important skill for students and one that is often forgotten. The OVPL provides the necessary framework for students to do this. While students are learning important world history content, they are strengthening their literacy skills.
Students are creating written products as result of lesson. Is it possible to offer another option, like a auditory analysis of source? Could differentiated products be offered as options? Also, besides the written documents, is it possible for any other multimedia sources to be analyzed?
Is the internet the only reason the iPad is needed? If so, could use any computer/device with search engine for this. For many schools, iPads are not available.
Links to documents could also be provided as hyperlinks for access to the materials for users.