By Michael Gravois
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Remind them that each member of the group is responsible for proofreading each element of their project. Have the groups present their products to the class, reviewing and discussing each element of the project. After the oral presentations, groups should glue the print ad, the storyboard, the radio script, the press release, and the logo and tag line to the poster. Have them attach the packaging to the poster in such a way that it allows all sides of the package to be seen. For example, they could tie a string to the package and tape the string to the poster, allowing the package to hang freely.
Then ask them to envision what they would hear, taste, touch, and smell, again giving them time to visualize each of the senses. ” Then for each sentence they should write something they would see at the place they imagined. , I see waves. , I hear seagulls. ) ♦ Have students write a final sentence beginning with “I feel,” which describes how they would feel being at the place they visualized. This is their eleventh sentence. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ They should write two sentences for each of the other senses—I touch, I taste, and I smell.
Exchange that picture for a different one in your stack. Continue doing this for a period of 20–30 minutes. Each student will have several haiku poems written by the end of this time period. Students can then choose the haiku poem with which they are most pleased and work on refining it. They should write it neatly on a piece of art paper, add a decorative border to the poem, write their name on it, and glue it to a sheet of construction paper, leaving a one-inch border around it. Ask them to write the picture number on the back of the poem.
20 Totally Awesome & Totally Easy Language Arts Bulletin Boards by Michael Gravois