Flipped Lesson

Flipped Lesson

Communication SOL 5.2– The student will use effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills to deliver planned oral presentations.

Reading SOL 5.5– The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts, narrative nonfiction, and poetry

f) Identify and ask questions that clarify various points of view.

Procedure:

  1. Review the Who is Telling the Story Anchor Chart
    • 1st person- The story is told by one of the characters (I, me, we)
    • 2nd person- The narrator is talking to the audience/reader (you, your)
    • 3rd person- The story is being told by a narrator (he, she, they)
  2. Tell students this assignment is going to be a little different. For this assignment, the class will be flipped! Students will be working at home to teach the class! At home students will be searching for one instance of point of view in the media they see and hear every day.
  3. Pass out the Point of View is All Around You letter. Read through it with the class.
  4. Home expectations:
    • At home, students will find ONE example of media (TV, movies, commercials, radio, and music) from a particular point of view (1st, 2nd or 3rd). Student will need to write a brief summary of the media and have a clear understand of which point of view the media is that includes evidence from their media
  5. In Class Expectations:
    • The next day in class, students will need to bring the information on the media they selected. In groups they will share their summary, what point of view it is and their evidence to back up their claim.
  6. Show students the three examples on the letter
  7. Tell students they will be find one piece of media that fits one of the Points of view they have been discussing.
    • brief summary of the media and have a clear understand of which point of view the media is that includes evidence from their media
  8. The next day, split students into groups of 3 or 4.
  9. In these groups the students will each have 3 minutes to explain their piece of media
  10. After everyone in their group has shared ask for 2-3 students to share what they brought.

Reflection: I cannot wait to incorporate this lesson into my classroom. I think it is going to fit in well with IB, because the students are exploring and teaching with me guiding them. I would like to build on this lesson and have the student create their own commercial from a specific point of view.

Point of View is All Around You