Students who got a heart or a diamond (red card) get a "kiss" at the end of their date (Hershey's kiss).Many of the books got checked out, and the students were really engaged and enjoyed it.Write your own analogy or story that explains the same concepts in your own creative way. Materials: this two-page worksheet, one copy per student; some blank paper (to make notes for feedback); a pen.
When distributing these materials, credit should be given to Utah State Office of Education.
Once all the questions have been answered, students can fill in “Mad Lib” like the one below, Today was the first day of my College Writing class.
I was expecting my instructor to look like [1__________________________________], but was disappointed when I walked into the (surprisingly [2__________________________________]) classroom and found that she didn’t look anything like that at all.
They loved the panel but wanted to have time to ask more questions and hear more from each person than time allowed.
In reflecting upon their feedback, I had an epiphany: speaking directly with others about their work is similar to dating.