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Secondary Library Media (6-12)
Strand 6: Standard 1:
English Language Arts Grade 9-10
Writing Standard 6
1 class periods of 70 minutes each
Students will pull information from a research article, write the most important and/or interesting facts on several note cards, and create a visual representation (infographic) of the selected important points of their research.
Teachers must know the form and function of an infographic: a visual image such as a chart or diagram used to represent information or data.
Students will have finished their interesting informational article before beginning this project. They will be experts on their topic.
Students will use their own research on their selected article to organize, synthesize, condense, and present the information in the format of an infographic.
Individual assistance may be given in choosing important facts from the article for the infographic.
Look at Google Images for infographic examples.
Final product graded by teacher on content, creativity and minimum length. Works Cited will be written at the bottom of the infographic.