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Online Projects, Collaboration Sites, and Publishing Opportunities

Lesson Idea Template

 

Name: Kennedy Gilliam

 
 

Grade Level: Fifth

 
 

Content Area: English Language Arts

 
 

Standards Addressed: ELAGSE5RF4: Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support

comprehension. b. Read on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy, appropriate rate, and expression on successive readings.

Title of Online Project/Collaboration Site/Publishing Opportunity: Giggle Poetry.com

 
 

URL of Online Project/Collaboration Site/Publishing Opportunity:

 

http://www.gigglepoetry.com/poemcategories.aspx

 

Describe how you would use t he Online Project/Collaboration Site/Publishing Opportunity in your classroom: Students would use the site to read, rate, and create original poetry. Students are required to read poetry with appropriate fluency and will practice this by using the site. The students will choose a poem off of the site and practice reading it with proper expression to the class. The class will then decide what they want to rate the poem on the sites “ Giggle Meter.” After this, students will write their own original poetry an submit it for publication through the site.

What technologies would be required to implement this proposed learning activity in a classroom? Computer, Internet, Email to submit the poetry to the publisher.

 

Describe how the following features are addressed in this learning experience (note: all of them may not be addressed in the project, but most should be if you are reaching a high LoTi Level.):

 

a. Collaboration with peers, near- peers, mentors outside their classroom and often beyond their school: Students are reading the poetry of other students across the country. They will also have the opportunity to share their original poetry.

b. Student - centered learning and knowledge creation (collecting original data and or producing original products as a result o f engaging in the project): They are writing an original poem on something that inspires them.

c. Higher - order thinking: Students will analyze the different aspects of poetry and think about how it should be read aloud.

d. Students publishing their original work to others who will use/care about their product: If students get their wo rk published, it will be shared in classrooms around the country.

 

Bloom’s Level of Critical Thinking Required (check all that apply):

 

See http://epltt.coe.uga.edu/index.php?title=Bloom%27s_Taxonomy

 
 
  Remembering Understanding Applying   Analyzing   Evaluating Creating

Remembering

  Remembering Understanding Applying   Analyzing   Evaluating Creating

Understanding

  Remembering Understanding Applying   Analyzing   Evaluating Creating

Applying

 

Analyzing

 

Evaluating

  Remembering Understanding Applying   Analyzing   Evaluating Creating

Creating

What Level of Technology Implementation best describes this learning activity and Why? Lo- Ti level 4 - 5. Students are creating an original product and sharing it outside of the classroom.

 

How could you implement this proposed learning experience and still comply with your district’s Internet Safety and Student Privacy policies? Student s will be taught the importance of Internet safety. Also, no personal information will be shared. Only the students first name and age will be published on the site.