Mischievous things you used to do as kids.|
How kids behave in groups. "I dare you," or, "I double dare you."
|See p. 225|
Before reading, discuss your own ideas about when people become adults.|
1. What are some milestones to becoming an adult.
2. What does 'coming of age'?
3. In your own life, what is an upcoming event, period, or transition that
signals you are becoming an adult?
|Brainstorm additional issues, laws, or phases relevant to becoming an adult.|
1. You will be addressing the question of, "When do kids become adults?"
2. Identify your stance. Gather support.
3. Develop your argument as an outline, mindmap, or other form of graphic
4. Create your product in your chosen media.
5. Present your campaign to the class.
|Textbook pp 247-257|
Create PSA in pairs or groups of 3 maximum.|
This section includes an individual quiz on sections Analyze the Media and
Analyze Ideas in the Media, pp. 263-268
|In the Close Reader|
Students will turn in two self-evaluations per grading period. The teacher will provide the forms for these evaluations. Students will be given a few minutes in