English Learning Objects


Tech Rich Lesson Plan:

  • Learning Objects - Research Abstracts Using Fotobabble
  1. Students will choose a picture onlie to use for their Fotobabble. The pictures they choose will depend on the resaerch topics they choose. (This Fotobabble will be the first step towards a larger research project and will act as a digital abstract to the papers they will write later).
  2. Students will cite their pictures correctly.
  3. Students will share their Fotobabbles with the class as a way of introducing their research topics before they write their papers.
  • Assessment: Students will be evaluated summatively by fulfilling the ribric requirements as well as sharing their Fotobabbles with the class.
Research Abstracts Using Fotobabble
CATEGORY
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Content
The picture used for the Fotobabble is relevent to research topic. Student provides a wide range of sited information in his/her Fotobabble.
The picture used for the Fotobabble is somewhat relevent to research topic. Student provides vague information in his/her Fotobabble. Student only sites some of his/her sources.
The picture used for the Fotobabble is irrelevant to the research topic. Student provides little vague information in his/her Fotobabble. Student does not site sources.
Organization
Student has well thought out organization of information in Fotobabble.
Student has some vague organization of information in Fotobabble.
Student has no organization of information in Fotobabble and is difficult to follow.
Length
Fotobabble lasts 2-5 minutes.
Fotobabble lasts 30 seconds - 2 minutes.
Fotobabble lasts 0 seconds - 30 seconds.
Clarity
Student's voice is clear and comprehensible in Fotobabble.
Student's voice is clear and comprehensible for most of the Fotobabble.
Student's voice is not clear and comprehensible at all during the Fotobabble.



Literature Learning Object Examples:
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Cambridge 2010, British Library

Cambridge 2010, British Library


Medieval
Illuminated Manuscript
Medieval Times Article
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
First Medieval Woman's Magazine
Myth or Man?

Shakespeare
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Cambridge 2010 - Tempest Group Performance

Cambridge 2010 - Tempest Group Performance

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Ann Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 2010

Ann Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 2010

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Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 2010

Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 2010

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Shakespeare's Grave, 2010

Shakespeare's Grave, 2010
First Folio image
Shakespeare High
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Folger Shakespeare Library
Shakespeare's World
Shakespeare: Subject to Change

Jane Austen
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Jane Austen House, Bath, 2010

Jane Austen House, Bath, 2010


´╗┐Poetry
A Passion for Poetry and the Natural World

Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary

Dickens
Marley's Ghost
Literature.org Author Index

Literary Analysis
Intro. to Critical Approaches

Speech
Martin Luther King Jr. "I have a dream" speech
JFK Inaugural Address
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address

Research
Interview Assignment

English Language Origins
English Words of French Origin

English Grammar
Grammar
Grammar Workout
Purdue Owl

Language Usage
Literal/Figurative Language, Demonstration on literal language



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