This site has interesting prompts with great graphics that will inspire your students to be creative. Great for a center or whole-class activity, each post is thought-provoking and sure to spark interest. I almost got side-tracked, myself, as I was getting information for this post. I have not viewed all of the over 200 prompts, but please remember, especially if you are an elementary teacher, to preview the topics and pics before you choose to link to them or use them in class.
To conclude our week of video posts I’ve chosen a video that apparently everyone had seen but me a couple of weeks ago. And, maybe your students have seen it too. But have they discussed it? Have they talked about apathy and homelessness as well as the impact of powerful language? There are many lessons in this short story.
I keep thinking of videos that I would like to share, so I thought I would make that my theme this week. This particular one could lead to great conversation in the classroom, despite the fact that many of us do not understand the language in it. Some possible topics for discussion: apathy, being the change we wish to see in the world, working together. Every time I watch this video, I am motivated to make a difference.