How do we practice Information Age skills? Which of the C’s do we actively engage with, share in the-struggle-to-learn with others, and intentionally insert into daily practice?
Creativity and innovation, Communication, Critical thinking and problem solving, Collaboration, …
Last week’s lesson was about listening. Lesson 06 is about reading and comprehension.
Project: Doodle as you read for comprehension. Choose from 2 of the 3 choices listed below:
- Read an article, suggestions below.
- Reread a chapter of your summer reading selection.
- Step into student shoes. Be a listener during a read aloud by doodling to an audio book.
- Practice the technique of visually thinking about what you are reading.
- Sketch in the margins, on Post-it Notes, or in your sketch-note notebook.
- Be sure to document what you read to share with others.
Remember… It takes practice.
- Educational Leadership: Feed Up, Back, Forward by Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey
- Edutopia: The Biggest Lie Students Tell Me (and How to Turn It Around) by José Vilson
- Open Portfolios: The Maker Ed Open Portfolio Project: The importance of portfolios for makers
Suggestions (reread chapter from your summer reading selection)
- Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Nayler
- The Fairy Tale Detectives (The Sisters Grimm, Book 1) by Michael Buckley
- Wonder by R. J. Palacio
Not sure about audio books? The above are free with a 30-day trial of Audible)