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Book Appreciation Using a Video Response Tool

This project was done by Geneviève Goupil from CSDM with her regular grade 6 students.
After reading the novel "Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes" in class as a group, students learn how to formulate their opinion and appreciation through various activities. In the final task, they answer questions from their teacher via a video response tool to share their opinion and appreciation of the book.
The video response tool she used will become unavailable. Another tool that can be used is Flipgrid.

Using an Interactive Video Tool to Activate Prior Knowledge

This Learning and Evaluation Situation named "Teen Issues" was created in 2018-2019 by Catherine Alain from the Portneuf Schoolboard.

The teacher used EdPuzzle to activate the prior knowledge of her students concerning bullying; how it makes them feel and how they are affected by it.

The intention of this LES is to make students aware of the different issues that teens experience, conscious that there are services that exists and have them produce a media poster with resources to help their classmates deal with it.

In collaboration with the Service national du RÉCIT, domaine des langues.

A Survivor’s Journal

In this learning situation, we want to make students aware of different survival stories that have occurred in real life. They will develop empathy while reacting to different situations in authentic contexts. Throughout the project, they will enhance their reflective thinking and communication skills.

In team, students will write a survival story (journal/diary) where they have to imagine themselves having gone through a difficult survival situation. Their survival instincts, emotions and feelings will be portrayed as well as the sequence of events and the solutions to the problems encountered.

In the clip, you will see students recording their journal using the online tool Recap. Since, it as shut down, you could do this project with any video recording tool: camera app on a tablet, Flipgrid(similar to Recap), etc.

Creating an Interactive Guide / Poster Using Media Tools

This Learning and Evaluation Situation was created by Anne-Marie Morin from the CSBE in 2018-2019.

Anne-Marie Morin used the theme of ninjas to have students reflect upon behaviours and attitudes to adopt in their everyday life so they can communicate effectively and apply them at school, at home, or in the daily activities. As a final task, students have to write a text and produce a poster explaining how to be a good ninja.

In this LES called "A Guide to Being a Good Ninja", you will find:

Activity sheet with general information about the project
Teacher Guide Presentation (Google Slide)
Stations with activities from the LES (can be used as stations or as sequential activities)