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Putting Words to Pictures
Activity provided by Vicki Fraser
Elementary students explore, enjoy and work with wordless picture books! It encourages them to create a well-written story incorporating figurative language and reminds them of the important relation between pictures and the carefully chosen words that accompany them.
Response to Literature
Activity provided by Sandra Bernatchez
Building Literacy and Understanding About the Holocaust Through Learning Stations
Activity provided by Laura Leblanc
In this project, a partnership of two teachers work to build a unit that teaches students about the Holocaust, while at the same time raising literacy levels and encouraging critical thinking. Importantly, materials and activities are differentiated through the use of learning stations.
Reading Graphic Novels Through Critical Lenses to Recognize Power Imbalances and Discrimination
Activity provided by Alison Holloway
The overarching concept that guides this unit is “who is on the inside, and who is on the outside?” Students will explore stereotypes, media portrayals, biases, privilege, intersectionality, and race/gender/ability as a social construction. Two essential questions that inform this unit are: 1) What is discrimination? and 2) How does discrimination persist in contemporary society?
Let’s Get Graphic
Activity provided by Cecilia Anne Coyne
Wanting to move away from “I like it” or “I didn’t like it” when her students were responding to a text, this project is designed to help students to become more confident expressing their own opinions, ideas and observations about texts without teacher prompting, and to learn to evaluate what texts mean to them for themselves.