9/12/17: Tell me a story, with plausible lies

BELLRINGER: Read the following facts and try to think of the profession the facts are describing. You may do research on your iPad to help.

  • I spend a lot of time looking at documents.
  • Need to find something? I can help!
  • My job isn’t to write about historical artifacts, it’s to decide if they’re important and find ways to keep the important ones.
  • My degree is likely in library science.
  • I work at museums, universities, and other institutions of learning.

BELL RINGERS:

1st Period: McKenzie H. (Cole J.)

3rd Period: Avelina G. (Landen H.)

6th Period: Dylan B. (Ashlynn J.)

WHAT WE’RE LEARNING:

Today, we’ll learn how to pull together related facts into a clear and sensible (if fake) story.

WHY WE’RE LEARNING IT:

Researching, inferring, and making educated guesses are very important skills for middle school, high school, college, and the professional world.

BY THE END OF CLASS:

I can put a set of facts together in a coherent narrative.

LINKS:

Assignment Link

 

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