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Literary Scrapbooks Online: An Electronic Reader-Response Project

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Literary Scrapbooks Online: An Electronic Reader-Response Project

Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time Eleven 50-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Judy Annan

Charleston, South Carolina

Publisher

National Council of Teachers of English

 

Materials and Technology

Printouts

Websites

Preparation

 

MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY

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PRINTOUTS

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WEBSITES

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PREPARATION

  • Students should have finished reading Huckleberry Finn, or the selected piece of literature.

  • Choose the software that students will use to publish their scrapbooks. This lesson assumes that students are using PowerPoint; however, you can adapt the lesson to use other presentation software or Web publishing software.

  • Students should have a working knowledge of PowerPoint and its capabilities. Consult the PowerPoint Design Tips handout if needed.

  • If your students need extra practice or a more structured introduction to finding and evaluating Websites, complete the Inquiry on the Internet: Evaluating Web Pages for a Class Collection lesson before beginning this project.

  • If desired, arrange for additional sites for students to explore. Try to limit the time that students spend freely "surfing the Web" to ensure the best use of class time.

  • Test the Interactive Website Evaluation Form on your computers to familiarize yourself with the tools and ensure that you have the Flash plug-in installed. You can download the plug-in from the technical support page.

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