“What topics matter to your fellow students? If you were to run for the President of the school, what topics might form your political platform?”
Student Learning Goals:
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to…
Identify the term “Target Audience”. [PA 5.3.12.A, ISTE 1a]
The teacher will introduce the term by asking the students to identify which groups at which various political ad campaigns are aimed. (Example: People who rely on Social Security or Blue-Collar workers)
Analyze 3 key issues within the high school target audience upon which he/she will run their campaign and the stance which they will take. [ISTE 1a, ISTE 7b]
Students will brainstorm issues the school target audience would be swayed with to attract a vote.
Each student will complete an exit ticket on Canvas identifying his-her top 3 choices and their stance.
Assessment and Evidence of Student Learning:
During a class discussion, students will compile a list of topics (Lino) throughout our school that might sway their fellow students to vote for them. The student will be charged with selecting 3 major points for his/her commercial. The exit ticket (through LMS) will collect student responses.
Each submission will be viewed on the LMS and feedback will be provided.
Unit Resources and Materials:
Adobe Creative Suite
Personal Computers (MacBook Pros provided)
Video cameras (can use district provided iPad
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