Standard 5: Creating and Collaborating

General Information
Number: ELA.11.C.5
Title: Creating and Collaborating
Type: Standard
Subject: English Language Arts (B.E.S.T.)
Grade: 11
Strand: Communication

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Access Points

Integrate details into a digital presentation to improve the experience of the audience.
2 Create and share quality writing tailored to a specific audience, integrating multimedia elements, publishing to an online or LAN site.

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Significant Inventors of the Industrial Revolution:

This lesson will review the impact of industrialization and urbanization in the early 1900s in the United States. Students will be given a list of significant inventors and asked to create a digital presentation to discuss the significance of their inventor and the impact of their invention on the United States.

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ECE Child Growth and Development: Developmental Theory Presentation:

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Analyzing Political Cartoons:

The decisions students make about social and political issues are often influenced by what they hear, see, and read in the news. For this reason, it is important for them to learn about the techniques used to convey political messages and attitudes. In this lesson, high school students learn to evaluate political cartoons for their meaning, message, and persuasiveness. Students will learn about the techniques cartoonists frequently use, and, for the summative project, will analyze one political cartoon, and design a presentation on how the cartoon signifies the time period, the techniques used, and the overall message that the cartoonist was trying to convey.

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Picturing WWII: Americans at War:

This lesson focuses on helping students analyze propaganda posters from WWII to understand how Americans daily lives were impacted at home and abroad. Students will analyze the images and phrases used in the posters, the intended audience, and purpose for each poster. Through analysis of the posters, students will be introduced to some of the challenges America faced by going to war. For the end of lesson assessment, students will create a digital presentation explaining how Americans daily lives were impacted by WWII.

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Digital Accessibility and ADA Compliance:

Using the case study, "Susan Can't See Red," students will examine American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance and accessibility in digital media. They will review existing guidelines for people with accessibility challenges and consider how to develop content that is accessible to all.

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Professionalism in the Workplace: A Training Guide:

Using the case study, "Training Day: The Importance of Professionalism in the Workplace," students will create a PPT to be used as a training guide for employees on how to be professional in the workplace.

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Sharing Meal Planning and Budgeting Strategies With Families :

Using the case study, “Dining Out Dilemma: How to Meal Plan and Budget for Busy Families,” students will create a presentation that outlines meal planning, budgeting and comparative shopping strategies and tools, that families can use to save money.

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