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  • Assign a room leader (oldest, youngest, largest street address, birthday coming up next, you get the idea)
  • Their role is to keep the room on task, assign roles, and they are the spokesperson who will report back to the main class at the end of your assignment
  • Have the rooms post their work using Padlet (I love the shelf format, see picture below). Each room gets a heading, requiring different ways they have to respond (i.e., voice over, videos, text). The class can see the progress of each group in real time

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LessonLoop’s mission is to amplify student voices to create engaging effective education.

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Richard Faber

Richard Faber

Richard Faber has been teaching in Long Island, NY for the past 27 years. He teaches Peer Leadership, High School Wellness and Driver Education classes.

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