SHARE YOUR GLOG
Each group will present their Glog to the class.
- Divide up the information so that each group member can have a turn to talk.
- Practice your presentation at least once. Know who will say what and when.
- Speak loudly and clearly so the audience can hear.
- Info to give in the presentation: What the stayed the same and what changed over time? How did it change? fun facts from research, favorite part of the Glog, hardest part of the Glog to make, great group moment, etc.
- Make notes on a piece of scratch paper about which Glogs you want to look at again.
- Think of a question to ask the presenter. Positive or curious questions only, please. Ex: What was the hardest part about making your Glog? How did your group decide which pictures to use? What was the most interesting thing you learned? Did you learn any fun facts when doing your research?
Each person will comment on three of their classmates' Glogs
- Work individually, not as a group.
- Look at your presentation notes or click through Glogs on the website.
- Choose at least 3 Glogs to comment on.
- Comments must be positive or curious.
- Comments must answer the following questions: What was the most interesting part of this Glog? What did you learn from this Glog?
- Once the whole class has finished writing comments, go back and see what your friends thought about your Glog. Feel free to reply to their comments, too.
Finished with your comments? Check out some of the games on these websites:
OR...Check out websites about the other topics (go back to the Resources in Part One).