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Project Timeline

Tues. 4/11 1:16-2:50- in the library- Socratic Seminar on documents and brainstorming as a class on oppressed groups of people.
Thurs 4/13 1:16-2:50- in the library- They will pick three groups of oppressed people to learn more about.  They will fill out a web on the three with 5 Aha’s and 1 why is this so important?  Then, they will narrow it down to 1 group of oppressed people they want to focus on.
Friday 4/14, 2:05-2:50- in the library- Day 1 of research
Mon., 4/17, 2:05-2:50- in the library- Day 2 of research
Wed., 4/19, 2:05-2:50- in the library- Day 3 and last day of research
Thurs., 4/20, 2:05-2:50- in the library- Begin “telling the story” using Book Creator on iPads. Day 1 on project
Fri., 4/21, 2:05-2:50- in the library- Day 2 on project
Tues., 4/25, 2:05-2:50- in the library- Day 3 on project and last day to work on project.
Feel free to come in anytime!
Linda Cooper and Mary Gojcevic


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