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Travel and Authenticity

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S: Around the World with Authenticity


1: Authenticity = Genuineness | The work has significance and is related to consequences in the present lives of students. | AUTHENTICITY | GET REAL!!!


3: "Activities that respond to the need for authenticity accept the world of students as a resource rather than a problem." Phillip C. Schlechty | What might I do so students feel more ownership for the quality of the results?

5: Standard 12: Authenticity "The tasks students are assigned and the work they are encouraged to undertake have meaning and significance in their lives today and are related to consequences to which students attach importance." from Engaging Students: The Next Level of Working on the Work by Phillip C. Schlechty


7: "Understanding the world as students see it is important to the design of engaging work." from Engaging Students by Phillip C. Schlechty



11: "The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page." Saint Augustine | USE YOUR SENSES! | KEEP A TRAVEL JOURNAL | ENGAGE IN DISCOVERY!

12: DALLAS, TEXAS | BOSTON, MASS. | How would you travel?

13: HOW DO YOU LIKE TO TRAVEL? | Bus, train or airplane?

14: TRIP ITINERARY 1. Plan the trip and compare the three modes of travel, airplane, train, or bus. Consider price, time, convenience, and points of interest. 2. What would you bring? 3. What activities would you engage in when you arrived? 4. What do you think you would learn on this trip? 5. Report your findings in a multi-media presentation. Be sure to include an original summary in your own words.

15: Go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLIyeDBho_0 to watch a video about Dallas. | Visit Boston at: http://youtu.be/lqlAZCTAk7Q

16: Your project should include: *A well planned presentation with a smooth delivery *In-depth coverage with details and examples *No misspellings or grammatical errors Source information collected for all graphics, facts and quotes. All documented in desired format. *Excellent use of font, color, graphics, effects, etc. to enhance the presentation * A large amount of original thought. Ideas are creative and inventive.

17: Study what you care about and care about what you study.

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Cheryl Hicks
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  • Title: Travel and Authenticity
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