World Lit: Researching and Comparing Pre- and Post-Colonial Ibo Culture, Day 2-4

Standard: ELAGSE9-10W7 Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate; synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation.

Learning Target: I can research and present information comparing Pre- and Post-Colonial Ibo culture with a group of my peers.

Opening Session: Today, tomorrow, and Friday we are moving to the media center, so let’s take a few minutes to get situated and logged in on the computers down there.

Work Session: You guys are going to be working on researching whichever aspect of Ibo culture you chose with your group on Tuesday. You’ll need to prepare a 3-5 minute presentation on what you find out. Today, your goal should be researching your cultural aspect and how it changed during and after colonialism. I’ll give everyone an Ibo Culture Research Sheet and on Wednesday, Mrs. Wright or Mrs. Allen will go over how to use the school databases for your research.

You will have all day today, tomorrow, and Friday to conduct your research and make and practice your presentation. All groups must be ready to go on Monday, December 11th. Some of you may not present until Tuesday, but everyone needs to be ready to go on Monday.

Closing Session: Push the chairs under, log out of the media center computers, and go thank the media center specialists for hosting us this week!

Assessment: Formal (presentations)

Differentiation: Process (varied ability groups), Interest (choice)

 

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