Student Introductions With Depth, Complexity, and Frames: Level Two
Students will examine their classmates frames, note patterns, form an opinion, and then think from two more perspectives!
Your class will need to complete the Depth Frames task first.
- First, students browse their classmates frames from the previous task. They pick a prompt that their classmates used. They note similar categories in classmates' responses.
- Next, your students will pick a criteria such as "most powerful" or "most unexpected" and write about which category from Step 1 best fits that criteria.
- Finally, they will choose two new perspectives. One that agrees with their choice from Part 2 and one that disagrees. These perspectives can be real people, characters, or even inanimate objects.