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Activity Take the survey individually (the last “none-question” require sensitivity). Note the number of slaves your lifestyle requires. Headline: Opinion / Editorial Write a headline that best captures your opinions after calculating your slavery footprint. or use this prompt … Continue reading
Claim-Support-Question Find things the cartoonist has done to make this funny and to get a point across. Identify support for your claim. Ask a question related to your own use of technology.
How did Flutter evolve? What is an advantage of Flutter over Twitter? What is the discussion really about? Claim-Support-Question Make a claim about the topic Identify support for your claim Ask a question related to your claim
Here is a map of how the parts of a typical laptop are sourced globally to create what ends up with consumers. View an expanded version? Here’s an image with a more basic description of where parts of it came … Continue reading
Cluster what You See Draw or use clustering software What’s the main idea or feeling? Put it in the center. Work as a class to brainstorm as much as you can about the movie. Group or connect any of the … Continue reading
In 1994, the Digital Corporation produced this sexy preview of what the Web had to offer the world. They titled it “VisionShift.” Less than fifteen years later, look how this “Web” has evolved into a phone platform with personalized, location-based … Continue reading
Claim-Support-Question Make a claim about the topic Identify support for your claim Ask a question related to your claim
What will students be using in 5 years? Claim-Support-Question Make a claim about the topic Identify support for your claim Ask a question related to your claim
Is technology like robotics good as suggested by this ad? Claim-Support-Question Make a claim about the topic Identify support for your claim Ask a question related to your claim