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I just finished creating this facebook worksheet for Romeo and Juliet. Students will use this worksheet to summarize events in acts from the perspective of individual characters. Each table group will have one student assigned to a character in the act, assuring that each group has no character duplicates. Students will then use post it notes to “comment” on activity on other character facebooks from the perspective of their own assigned character.
If anyone wants a higher resolution of this worksheet, let me know and I’ll email it to you. This image can be printed off on a 8x11 piece of paper.

I love the idea of using a familiar medium to adolescents to summarize a text, but I’ve only really seen this done as a culminating project. What a neat resource that can be used as a formative assessment!

englishteachingtoolbox:

babsblogs:

I just finished creating this facebook worksheet for Romeo and Juliet. Students will use this worksheet to summarize events in acts from the perspective of individual characters. Each table group will have one student assigned to a character in the act, assuring that each group has no character duplicates. Students will then use post it notes to “comment” on activity on other character facebooks from the perspective of their own assigned character.

If anyone wants a higher resolution of this worksheet, let me know and I’ll email it to you. This image can be printed off on a 8x11 piece of paper.

I love the idea of using a familiar medium to adolescents to summarize a text, but I’ve only really seen this done as a culminating project. What a neat resource that can be used as a formative assessment!

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    cool idea!
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    this is amazing!
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    Me ha parecido una idea muy interesante, aplicable a otras obras literarias, inlcuso a otras materias. Se trata de una...
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    I just used this idea for a creative project in my unit plan over The Great Gatsby. Now that I don’t have create the...
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    Like ambrosia from the gods.
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