Gallery Walk - Explain in complete sentences why you think...

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Name: __________________________________________ Class Period: __________ Research Poster Gallery Walk As you walk around and look at your classmates’ posters, complete the following questions. Use complete sentences and explain your answers. Your grade will be based on how detailed your answers are. Explain in complete sentences two facts you learned about entertainment during the 1930’s. 1. 2. Explain in complete sentences two facts you learned about sports during this time period. 1. 2. What was the most surprising thing you learned? Why did this surprise you? Which poster was the most creative or interesting to look at? Name(s) of student(s) who made this poster: ___________________________________
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Unformatted text preview: Explain in complete sentences why you think this poster was creative. Choose 2 posters to study & evaluate in detail. Answer the questions on the back for each of the 2 posters you have chosen. MORE QUESTIONS ON THE BACK Poster 1 Student Name (s): Research Question: What did you learn from this poster? Give at least THREE (3) specific details. Do you think they designed their poster well? Why or why not? Poster 2 Student Name (s): Research Question: What did you learn from this poster? Give at least THREE (3) specific details. Do you think they designed their poster well? Why or why not?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course LIT 113 taught by Professor Howard during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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