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 +====== Graffiti Across The Curriculum ======
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 +Suppose your school had a "​Graffiti Day"​. ​ For one day, all classes are to incorporate the theme of "​Graffiti"​ into their instruction.
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 +Assign roles to each member of the group. ​ For currently-serving educators, this could be their current role.  However, it helps to have a broad spectrum of roles, so if everyone in a group is a third-grade teacher, you might want to ask some of them to assume different roles for this activity. ​ Discuss within the groups how you would accomplish this if you were in one of the following roles:
 +  * Third Grade Teacher
 +  * Sixth Grade English/​Language Arts Teacher
 +  * Eighth Grade Social Studies Teacher
 +  * Ninth Grade Phys Ed Teacher
 +  * High School Algebra I Teacher
 +  * Band Teacher
 +  * Kindergarten Teacher
 +  * Intervention Specialist
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 +Consider how you would address various levels of Bloom'​s Taxonomy (Cognitive Domain) in designing your instruction for that day.
 +  * Creating
 +  * Evaluating
 +  * Analyzing
 +  * Applying
 +  * Understanding
 +  * Remembering
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 +Two very nice tools offer assistance in writing lesson objectives for various levels of Bloom'​s Taxonomy (Cognitive Domain):
 +  * [[http://​byrdseed.com/​differentiator/​|Byrdseed Differentiator]]
 +  * [[http://​teachonline.asu.edu/​objectives-builder/​|RadioJames Objective Builder]] (ASU Online)
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 +Brainstorm: What extra-curricular activities could be planned for that day, in keeping with the theme?
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 +Discuss: What impact might this have on student engagement?
  
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