Location: norwalk, California, United States

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Debriefing and Lesson Planning...
Once in the classroom, students should pair share about what they like and dislike from this Ranch Museum.
If working with lower grade level students, they can draw their favorite item from the Ranch Museum. Having the students draw the differences and/or similarities between a 1920-30's item to a 2009 item will be a great learning experience. Once all students finish their drawing, presenting their drawings would be a great idea as well.
Upper grade level students can use a double bubble map to compare and contrast the characteristics of a certain item found in the museum and found in a store today.Using a graphic organizer will aid them in gathering their thoughts and producing a detailed paper.


Blogger Vanessa said...

First of all, I like the pictures you posted throughout your blog, including the pictures that you posted to demonstrate the differences between then and now.

In this post, I like that you wrote about debriefing ideas for both primary and upper elementary kids that are developmentally appropriate for each level.

September 10, 2009 at 12:10 PM  

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