Presentation Outline Ideas
Here is what we came up with in class as far as how our presentation should start. Please feel free to add ideas so that we can figure out a good way to wrap up.
1. Ice Breaker- Tinker toy activity (Amy brings tinker toys; I will also bring a set so that we are sure to have enough.)
a. Round one- easy
b. Round two- difficult
2. Follow up questions- Continue with the questions while the class is still in their tinker groups. Each group should be given one question to discuss together first for a few minutes. Private group time will then fold into whole class discussion with each group reading their question and then opening up to the class for further discussion.
a. Questions we came up with so far:
i. What does this game have to do with the reading?
ii. What moments of crisis if any did you or your team go into during the activity?
iii. What were some strategies that you developed to help you be more successful?
3. Drawing activity (Edi has picture of face)- Now to go into something that is going to isolate the right side of the brain.
That is about as far as we got. I think that if we have three teams then this might be enough but we should maybe look closer at them and see if they are getting to the root of the subject matter. It might be nice to do a similar thing with more questions to follow the right brain activity. I also think it might be interesting if some of the questions between activity one and activity two might overlap, just a thought.
I don’t know how we want to wrap things up but I do think that it would be useful to have some perspective that is not necessarily an art teacher perspective but much more general. I’m not sure at the moment on how that would look so we will need to talk more about how we can do that.
Hope all of your papers are going well, see you Tuesday.