Tackk the Historical Perspective
1 Bell Ringer
Teacher puts together a Google Form with Open Ended Questions for both the Bell Ringer nd Exit Ticket and then sends that form through a variety of communication channels such as Remind, Google +, and the class website
Students go to the Google Form and Complete the Bell Ringer Question, "What Historical Figure Interest You from the Time Period We Are Studying? Why does that person interest you?"
2 Research Historical Figures
The teacher then has students research their chosen figure while keeping in mind the following question... "If this person were to build a website about themselves, what would be in their biography page"
Research the figure you chose in the Bell Ringer. As you research, answer the following question, " If that person were to create a biography page for their own website, what would be on it?"
3 Research the Public Opinion of that Person
Have students continue their research with the following question in mind "What did other people of the time period think of your figure both good and bad?
Continue your research. Work to answer the following question, "What did other people of the time period think of your figure both good and bad?
4 Creating Your Tackk
Have students create a 1 page biography page on Tackk as their chosen historical figure. Then have them also use the comments to comment as other people of the time in just the way they would comment if this website still exsisted
Using Tackk.com, you are going to create the biography page of your historical figure. Be creative! Keep in mind what you think they would want on theri biography page. When you are finished use the comment section to post comments from other people of the time period. What would those individuals actually say?
5 Exit Ticket
On the same form you created in the beginning for the exit ticket you also have the questions, " What did your historical figure think of himself? What did the public think of him/her?"
Go to the same Google Form the Bell Ringer was one and complete the Exit Ticket Question.