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Process: Content Focus

rock artE-scrapbooking activities are effective across the curriculum. Seek ways that e-scrapbooking can be incorporated into 21st century learning and the "new literacies" including historical, cultural, mathematical, political, musical, artistic, and environmental literacy. Use artifacts, photographs, and virtual trips to get students excited about escrapbooking.

Explore the many ways that students can express their understandings. Use the tools you have. The ancient residents of the southwest didn't make scrapbooks. Instead, they shared their understanding of the world through rock art. What tools do you have in your home and classroom to create?

English and Language Arts
As you explore e-scrapbooking possibilities for English and Language Arts consider the following topics.

As you design projects and lessons, consider the following key ideas:

Some online tools can provide interesting resources for e-scrapbooks. Incorporate the following ideas and resources into your project:

Fine Arts
As you explore e-scrapbooking possibilities for Fine Arts consider the following topics.

Math
As you explore e-scrapbooking possibilities for Math consider the following topics.

Some online tools can provide interesting resources for e-scrapbooks. Incorporate the following ideas and resources into your project:

 

floodScience
As you explore e-scrapbooking possibilities for science consider the following topics.

Social Studies: General
Geography, history, economics, and other social studies areas all contains interesting data, ideas, and information that would be useful scrapbook projects.

Social Studies: History
History is about facts, storytelling and perspective. It involves looking through the eyes of the writer or the person who lived an experience. The key is bringing the time alive. What are the value words associated with historical events? What is the fact and fiction of an event? What is historical fiction and how does it relate to historical fact? What's the role of the historian and author?

 

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