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In a Big Paper activity, students respond silently to a text excerpt or image by writing their comments on a shared paper.
In this Crop It activity, students framed portions of an illustration while studying the Reconstruction Era.
In a fishbowl discussion, people seated inside the circle actively participate by asking questions and sharing their opinions, while those standing outside listen carefully to the ideas presented.
In a Graffiti Board activity, several students write their questions and comments about a topic on a shared space.
Using the Stick Figure strategy, a student has created a representation of Dill from To Kill a Mockingbird composed of quotes from novel.
A bio-poem highlights biographical information about a subject, including their experiences, relationships, hopes, and interests.