Educator shares nondigital introductory lesson on infographics

02/28/2013 | TransformED

Middle-grades educator Bill Ferriter shares in this blog post a lesson he and other language arts teachers developed to introduce sixth-graders to infographics, without using computers. Ferriter describes assembling facts and statistics on California condors and a kit of pre-made paper content, such as titles and sources, glue and butcher paper to make a massive graphic. Students will be required to make choices about the design of the project, he writes.

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