With your clock buddy, choose a picture from the list above and explain how it shows the meaning of the word. Post your response in the comment. Don’t use the same word as anyone else in your class, and make sure all ten pictures get explanations.
Post your answers on your blog. Make sure it is in the Humanities category. All answers must be complete sentences. Re-state each question in your answer.
1. Could your group have completed the tasks without getting resources from another country? Why or why not?
2. How did your country adapt to not having all the resources it needed?
3. Were there any conflicts between groups? Why or why not?
4. Were there any communication problems when dealing with other groups? What may have contributed to those problems?
5. How did you feel when you realized that resources were unequally distributed?
6. What resources were in high demand? Describe the negotiations for these high demand items.
7. Can you give examples of innovative ways in which groups completed their tasks?
8. Are there any real life situations in the world that come to mind when you think of this activity? How are they similar? Different?
9. What new questions did this activity raise for you? How do you plan to investigate
Now that you have your personal narrative returned to you, you need to take your time and reflect on the experience of writing it. Open the reflection-sheet-personal-narrative document and type in your well thought out responses.
You will need to show this reflection sheet and your personal narrative to your parents at the Student-Led Conferences.
If you want to re-write your personal narrative for a grade, you will need to turn it in to me by Thursday morning in homeroom.
Please post your personal narrative and reflection to your blog. If you re-write it, you’ll need to post the newer version as well and include a paragraph explaining what you changed and why.
ALL OF THESE POSTS NEED TO BE IN BOTH THE “HUMANITIES” CATEGORY AND THE “SLC” CATEGORY.