Trying this from phone so hopefully this will work.
To start we will recycle the first two questions from last week and then jump into the questions about other hooks.
Q1 Can you divide the class into tribes and create a competition between these teams or tribes? #sstlap
Q2 Can you create an interactive review game that includes movement, sport, etc. that pits team against team? #sstlap
Q3 For your next lesson or unit where can you take your Ss to create experience? Real life field trip or location #sstlap
Q4 how can you use a QR code or image on the board to generate interest? What would you use? #sstlap
Q5 mystery hook- how can you create anticipation about an object (they don't know) what will you use? #sstlap
Q6 what story do I or can I use for an upcoming lesson to grab their curiosity? #sstlap
Q7 my favorite. How can I add food or drink to my lesson and how will it fit? #sstlap
The chat has come to an end and here is the archives Also some cool links and ideas I took from tonight
Blog I want to read more of to learn more about QR codes
Pinterest QR code site-
Great Pinterest site with many Social Studies lessons and links.
10 ways to use QR codes
Another QR code link
Here is a site that I would like to check out- animated and looks like games about history-
Virtual Field Trips -
Objects to use as mystery to start activity to generate excitement and anticipation-
Gold Rush- gold nuggets, shovels, pans
Black Death- doctor's mask with the herbs
Inquisition - something that represents a torture device or image- I start with History of the World segment
Exploration- create sextant and astrolabe.
The first two ideas were taken from member of PLN from chat tonight- last two are mine.
great lesson for WWI trench warfare
A post to get you thinking about how we teach History
Link about flipped classroom