Enjoy seeing how students integrate technology and art in Miss Lukins's Language Arts and World Geography classes!
Friday, September 13, 2013
Visible Thinking Strategies - Cause & Effect Chain of Events
Students put their thoughts down on paper today using a Visible Thinking Strategy (VTS) called "Cause and Effect Chain of Events." Students were given a list of 33 weaknesses of the Roman Empire that led to its fall, a packet of sticky notes, markers, and a piece of poster paper. Their task was to use their creativity to show cause-and-effect examples leading to the fall of Rome. Using higher-level thinking, students had to first categorize weaknesses and then put them in an order showing cause-and-effect that they could easily argue and support with evidence. Then, they chose their "Top 3 Reasons for Rome's Fall" and argued their positions in writing using citations from their research. Below, enjoy their creativity, interaction, discussion, and debates as they put their thoughts to paper!
Top 3 Reasons Rome Fell - Arguments with Citations: