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1. Vocabulary Game: Frozen Pictures
Task: Students will work collaboratively to plan four group poses or freeze frame positions to depict visually what the word looks like. These groups' body positions and facial expressions represent the words' meanings. For example, if the word is "triumphant," students will assume the poses of Olympians who have just won gold by an open mouth, big smile, arms stretched overview, fists clenched to show victory. See what I mean?
Text: Sharon Creech's Walk Two Moons
Vocabulary: complicated, barreled, prickly, triumphant, vaporizing, walloping, frantically, trembled, puny, percolating, roster, sash
Rationale Objectives: Based on Howard Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligence, I made this game ...
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