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10th grade students finished their interdisciplinary projects during February. As reported in January, the project examines the theme of injustice through the lens of literature (English and Spanish), Geography and History. Throughout the project students used their information and technology skills to produce a piece of art and a reflection. They
used NoodleTools to create an annotated bibliography while researching and synthesizing ideas. They created artwork based on their research and emotional response. They presented their work as a poster with their artwork and artistic response in Spanish or English. Using a tutorial video for assistance, they recorded their written response in the opposite language and created a QR code to place on their poster. Students were engaged throughout this project by investigating across the curriculum.
This project examines the theme of injustice through the lens of literature (English and Spanish), Geography and History. Each students is doing research on a historical personal account and using that to create a multi-media art piece. As part of the process, students are using NoodleTools to create an annotated bibliography to research, evaluate and synthesize ideas for developing the project. NoodleTools allows teachers to give quick and effective feedback while in the formative stages of student thinking.
online using the same powerful tools as the desktop version. Learn more about Mexico's independence by reading the news from September 1829 as written by ASFG Juniors. This project motivated students by engaging them in quality research and collaboration.