After weeks of reading logs, finishing books, and working on projects the students finally got to present their work to their peers. Check out some of the beautiful projects.
While reading Hoot we learned about the "Mother Paula's Pancake House" propaganda. We took time to learn about what propaganda is and where we can find in everyday advertising. After taking a closer look at the types of propaganda such as bandwagon, testimonials, and name calling, the students each created their own advertisement to save the Burrowing Owls on the Mother Paula's Pancake House property. Check out some of this creative advertising.
Let's apply what we've been learning in a game. A twist on connect four allowed the students to find ratios and compete against their classmates.
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