Tweet About It!
1 Landmark Case review
2 Tweet About It!
Teacher will share Word Counter website with students, where they will summarize the landmark case they were assigned using 140 characters or less. The teacher will then share a Padlet wall with the students, where they will paste their "tweet."
Students will use the Word Counter website to draft their landmark case "tweet." Then, they will share their Tweet with their classmates via a Padlet wall created by the teacher.
Teacher will share the Padlet link with the class, and students will follow their classmates' presentations. As students present their "tweet," they will answer questions from the teacher and their peers about the case they researched.
Students will then explain their landmark case to their classmates via their "tweet," and will be prepared to answer questions from their classmates.
Create a Google Form where students will reflect upon the decision of the Supreme Court and how that decision positively or negatively impacted American life.
Students will reflect upon the case they researched via Google Form provided by the teacher.
Teacher will ask students to describe how Twitter can be used not only for fun, but to gain important information. Teacher will also discuss how vernacular language has changed over time (eloquent statements -> Twitter language).
Students will provide examples of how Twitter can be used to communicate important information.