Information and Communication Skills:
Student recognizes information needed for problem solving, can efficiently browse, search and navigate online to access relevant information, evaluates information based on credibility, social, economic, political and/or ethical issues, and presents findings clearly and persuasively using a range of technology tools and media.
Have students produce a brochure:
From ReadThinkWrite, use the lesson plan:
“Brochure: Writing for Audience and Purpose “ Author Provo, Utah Complete instruction and activities plan is found at .
Review the brochures according to the assessment criteria included in the . Students can assess their own work using the .
Thinking and Reasoning Skills:
Student engages in a problem solving process by formulating questions and applying complex strategies in order to independently solve problems.
Students will engage in critical thinking as they analyze and evaluate information.
Students will use proper technology to find information.
Student’s final product will show how the students applied technology tools for information analysis and content learning.