More Flowgrams Posted

November 23, 2008

I’ve posted three examples of Flowgrams my students have created as part of their studying the U.S. Bill of Rights (and similar documents from other countries).  In their short presentations they highlighted what they felt were the most important human rights.


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  •    mickstout  |  November 25th, 2008 at 12:47 pm     

    Thanks Larry.
    Your students presentations are wonderful! I left a comment for them. I hope I simplified the language enough. If not, perhaps the students and I can do a little negotiation of meaning.
    Unfortunately, I’ve decided to refrain from having students in my classes response to these. They are not proficient enough in English yet. Also, they are very resistant to “heavy topics”. However, some students in 3rd and 4th year visit the “English Lounge” at our campus. Sometimes they bring up topics like human rights. If I can, I’ll show these presentations to these students and get them to comment.

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