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Origami Writing. Simulation and the Writing Process. Inquiry Questions. How can games/simulations impact the teaching of writing? How can games/simulations create real world writing events? How can games/simulations engage students in the act of writing?. Materials.

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origami writing

Origami Writing

Simulation and the Writing Process

inquiry questions
Inquiry Questions
  • How can games/simulations impact the teaching of writing?
  • How can games/simulations create real world writing events?
  • How can games/simulations engage students in the act of writing?
materials
Materials
  • Plus/Delta Comment Sheet
  • 2 pieces of origami
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Colored Pencils
  • Sheets of 8 ½ x 11 paper
process step 1
Process – Step 1
  • Reverse engineer origami in your group.
  • Write detailed and precise instructions on how to fold your origami. (30 minutes)
  • Suggested Roles: Time Keeper, Recorder, Engineer, Quality Control
process step 2
Process – Step 2
  • Pass written instructions to next group
  • Take written instructions and fold the origami described
  • Make a list of observations about the instructions and struggles with understanding the instructions.
  • For example: Step 2 was difficult to understand because….,
process step 3
Process – Step 3
  • Return written instructions to the original group with comment sheet
  • Revise written instructions and write a reflection on the process
process extension
Process – Extension
  • Pass revised written instructions to another group and fold origami using the revised instructions
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