Nonlinguistic Representations of Culture/Multiculturalism August 30, 2011
Warm-up- New Vocabulary Conversation Share your answers quietly with your neighbors. Raise your hand Help Activity Write a sentence for each vocabulary word. Movement You may sharpen your pencil, otherwise remain in your seat. Write sentences that utilize the definition of The word. Do your best. Participation
Assessment- NonlinguisticRepresentation of Culture Review objectives and rubric
Group Work Conversation Quiet voices with your partner(s) or the teacher only. Help each other. If you need more assistance, Raise your hand And I will come to you. Help Activity Create a nonlinguistic representation of culture or multiculturalism to share with the class. Prepare to present. Movement As needed for materials and to create. Complete all parts of the activity. Keep sidebars to a minimum. Participation
Presentations Only one person speaks at a time. Students can ask questions at the end of the presentation. Conversation Help Ask the facilitator. Each group presents their work. Activity The person presenting should stand at the front of the room. Everyone should have eyes on the person sharing. Movement Be active listeners. Clap at the end of presentations. Participation
What’s your FRAME? Conversation Quiet voices with your partner or the teacher only. Help each other. If you need more assistance, Raise your hand And I will come to you. Help Activity Brainstorm and create your FRAME. Be neat and thoughtful. Movement You may sharpen pencils and get supplies as needed Complete all parts of the activity. Keep sidebars to a minimum. Participation
Homework: Complete your FRAME by Friday.