9H Template for Curious Incident

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Last updated 7 years ago

Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Literature
Grade:
9

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9H Template for Curious Incident

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According to the CDC,

Perspective

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Find a quote that sums up your stance onthe importance of perspective, and put it here.--Author

Write a few sentences explaining the information in the Times Photo Essay called "A Journey into the World of Autism." Choose a photo and the information it communicates to use as a visual reference. Consider this as a step along the way toward the importance of the ways literature represents people that have different abilities. Transition with a connection to the NYU Ransom Note Campaign.

Write and record a paragraph in which you discuss the NYU Ransom Notes Campaign, and the response to it in the form of the "Open Letter" we read in class. Address the significance of perspective here, and whether or not you agree with the protest. Add here an audio recording of your paragraph. Then write a quote in this text box that highlights an important moment in your paragraph.

Write and record a paragraph that reflects on the differences between "ability" and "disability" when it comes to perspective, and include in that quotes and a discussion from the text Now You See It by Cathy Davidson. Add here an audio recording of your paragraph. Then write in this text box a few bullet points that illustrate your main ideas.

Write and record a paragraph that articulates how important perspective is in Mark Haddon's book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, and quote the book at least twice (with page numbers!) Add here an audio recording of your paragraph. Then write a quote from the book here that sums up your claim about perspective.

You are encouraged to tweak this glog so that it looks more pleasing aesthetically, and to add your own images and graphics.

If you have extra time, add a video to your glog that helps explain the importance of perspective. This is not a requirement, but will add significantly to the breadth of your work.


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