Unit 2: Lesson 14
Unit 2: Lesson 14
Introduce Part 3, Publish Graphic Story Adventures & TRAIL Marker #3
Literacy "I Can" Statements
|Steps||Pacing: 1-2 Hours|
-Graphic Story Adventures (created by students)
A4L Student Notebooks
Life & Learning Skills
Unit 1 includes the following Life & Learning Skills:
Differentiation Options will appear throughout the unit to suggest ways to scaffold or challenge student learning. Use the number of helping hands to select the level of differentiation that best supports student learning.
Key instructional steps where the arts are used to leverage literacy-learning (and vice versa) are marked with . Smaller leveraging moments also occur throughout the lessons.
Step Alternatives: Perform & Inform Audiences
Binding Graphic Story Adventures
"Today you’ll make covers for your Graphic Story Adventures. We’ll bind them into a book and reflect back on things you’ve learned in the process. By the end of today’s lesson, you will be able to say, 'I can explain the rationale for my author’s choices in the graphic story sequel I created.'”
- Have students work in pairs or small groups to complete the TRAIL Marker notebook page. Have them talk before writing to get ideas flowing. Then, have a whole class discussion.
- Have students complete the TRAIL Marker individually and then share in small groups or whole class.
TRAIL Marker: Formative Assessments
Reflecting on the Graphic Story Sequel
"In our next lesson, we will share our Graphic Story Adventures with an audience and talk with them about our process. Then we’ll reflect on our experiences as graphic artists in this unit."
Performing The Closing Ritual (Optional)
CONGRATULATIONS ON COMPLETING LESSON 14! YOU ARE NOW READY TO MOVE ONTO LESSON 15 OF UNIT 2.
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