Wax Museum

Wax Museum
Vistors listen to students and view keynotes at the "Wax Museum."

Thursday, February 19, 2009

More Comic Life Fun

I just love integrating writing into every subject across the curriculum. It was even more fun integrating it into math today. Students used comic life to write acrostic poems about perimeter, area, and volume. Students were very creative in their thinking, and this was a quick assessment to see if students really understood these concepts. Here is a short example of student work:

Area

A-Area is a covering of a space
E-Everything has area like walls, carpet, and gardens
R-When it rains an area is covered with water
A-Amazing LxW=A

I would say this student has a good understanding of area.

1 comment:

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thanks,

Clive
Creator of Pixton - Interactive Web Comics

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