This is an engaging and entertaining formative assessment. With a little preparation and careful instructions, students can rotate through several literary based activities with simply a “rotate” from the teacher every 9-10 minutes.
This is a great way to culminate a study of your Life of Pi unit. It can also be used as a group of Common Formative Assessments. Students are organized into multiple "learning stations". I’ve used learning stations with high school students for fifteen years.
Using stations with older students adds interest and engagement to any lesson. A student that was disengaged becomes receptive and interested when asked to complete a tactile assignment and to work as a team to accomplish several tasks in a timely manner. The stations are fast moving and usually produce a product. Upper level students enjoy the fast pace and high interest of station work. This activity takes a little planning, but the educational component becomes a student driven learning experience.
check out some of my other stations:
Frankenstein novel stations
A Raisin in the Sun Stations
The Crucible Learning Stations
Animal Farm Novel Stations
Bundle of 5 learning Stations
Greek Mythology Stations
Night Novel Learning Stations
To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Stations
The Princess Bride Novel Stations
Shakespeare Learning Stations
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