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  • Students will create a presentation for a topic of their choice
  • Students will use minimal text, powerful imagery and timed slides to inform others about their work.

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  • Define and start an understanding of long term planning and follow through

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  • Students will be introduced to datasets and spreadsheets.
  • Students will use a dataset to create an annotated map describing selected Indigenous people of California.

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  • Students will be able to define copyright
  • Students will be able to list the four factors of fair use
  • Students will be able to ask for permission for copyrighted materials

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  • Students will gain a deeper understanding of problem and solution in stories when they create their own story with at least one problem and solution

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  • Students will create a photo collage using technology, such as fotor, that illustrates their interests.
  • Students will make their photo collage interactive and then share their collage with their peers via a gallery walk.

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  • Students will be able to also show how the events of the novel highlight the problems with the system of Apartheid and the authors proposed solution to the problem
  • Students will be able to also show how the events of the novel highlight the problems with the system of Apartheid and the authors proposed solution to the problem

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  • Students will learn how to read a digital timeline (literally and critically).
  • Students will develop inquiry questions about the demographics of California.
  • Students will understand that California is a rich and diverse state.

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  • SWBAT understand that self-portraits are a reflection of self.
  • SWBAT create a digital self-portrait, adding layers of images that express their interests.