Special Ed: Sustainable Communities, Aquaponics, & Off Grid - Print or Google
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- Internet Activities
During this engaging project, students will review and interact with the Twitter feed of an organization with a mission is to develop green, sustainable communities that feature permaculture garden, orchard, aquaponics, and off-grid passive houses. They don't need Twitter accounts to do this activity. I provide the Twitter research link directly on the student guide, so students know where to go and what to search.
SPECIAL EDUCATION MODIFIED
See regular education version here.
This worksheet comes in multiple formats so you can use it in any teaching situation!
- Digital PDF for electronic sharing or easy printing
- Includes link to Google Slide Hyperdoc with fillable fields for students
- Research link embedded directly in the guide
The student guide has students read through the social network feed, choose tweets of interest to research, and finally have them share with partners before completing a reflective essay.
Twitter keeps us up to date on the current status of things in the world and this lesson is meant to show students how to use Twitter in an academic way. It is also a chance for them to learn about unique new places and develop their global knowledge.
You can use this as a sub plan, homework assignment or as classwork.
Around 40 minutes with peer sharing
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