Sub Plans Sept 9 2020 2021

Wednesday Sept 9 2020
                 (Social 30-1 at the bottom of the page)
AM TOK

TOK Sept 9 2020 Screencastify 1


Activity stop #1

Categorizing knowledge quiz link http://goo.gl/Jfzf1   

 

Activity stop #2 (end of the screencastify)


“A new way to explain” TED video (19 minutes)  https://bit.ly/32cKPLo  


link on the resources page to the 35 Knowledge questions à https://bit.ly/3m5VQ8S


TOK Sept 9 2020 Screencastify 2


Activity stop #1: 

Fermi Paradox #1

Questions for discussion:
  • What counts as good evidence for a claim?

Fermi Paradox PT2

Questions for discussion:
  •  Should some knowledge not be sought on ethical grounds?
  • Are some things unknowable?

Activity stop #2 

TedWhy we can't see aliens?

Discussion Questions
  • What makes a good explanation?
  • What role does imagination play in producing knowledge about the world?

Assignment:
 shared on Google classroom and viewable on the following link:https://bit.ly/3gXNKLW 

 

Block 1 Social 10-1
complete 1-3 before screeencastify video

1.     Kahoot review of 2019-2020 current events link: https://bit.ly/32eVEwx


2.  Intro survey link/QR code (posted for students in classroom as well)  https://bit.ly/35gK8Ct

 

3.     Letter to the teacher viewable link  https://bit.ly/3i9Ykkw  (assignment posted in classroom for students)


Social 10-1 Sept 9 10 Screencastify Video


Activity stop #1

How false news can spread 3:41

During the video jot down the key points of the video and be prepared to discuss as a class.

Activity stop #2 audio clip, “Australian politician says use of the word 'Canadian' as derogatory term will no longer be tolerated 4:24 https://bit.ly/2F8mP2M

During the audio clip use your “gut feeling” to determine if this is fake news. Be prepared to discuss with the class.


Activity stop #3 Audio clip "Combating fake news" 9:09

https://bit.ly/3h8e6Lc

During this audio clip, jot down what you found were the key ideas. Be prepared to discuss as a class.


Activity stop #4  2 videos & 2 articles  

for each article/video what category of fake news would it be and why? (it can be more than 1)

Goat saving pig 0:47


North Korea & the Moon 2:17



Activity stop #5 article discussion 
background on Fukushima nuclear incident watch up 1:13

Watch up to 1:13


"news article" for discussion http://archive.is/tqd8k
What would are the implications of this article/ How is it "fake news"? and why?

Activity stop #6 video & Google survey

Study: Most Students Cannot Distinguish Fake and Real News 3:41

How accurate is this video? be prepared to discuss as a class. 

Fake News Survey:
Take the following survey by QR code or the link provided for in Google Classroom
We will discuss the overall results as a class on Friday. 

Activity stop #7 TED-Ed Video

What news to watch? 4:49

During the video jot down the key points of the video and be prepared to discuss as a class.

Activity stop #8  Practicing detecting "Fake news" 2 articles and a Kahoot

Looking at the headline, what category of fake news is each article? Be prepared to discuss as a class.
Article #1                Article #2

Fake News Kahoot  https://bit.ly/2Zf4Bnk


Assignment: Posted in Google Classroom


Block 2 IB20

IB20 Sept 9 Screencastify Video


Activity Stop #1 
Kahoot Grade 10 Review https://bit.ly/3hchEfK


Activity Stop #2 
Introduction survey - posted on Google Classroom
Letter to the teacher- posted in Google Classroom

Formative Assignment: Orwell reading package summary - posted in Google Classroom


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