(15 sec) 1. Close up of whiteboard with lesson goal and agenda. 2. Zoom out showing students in a whole class setting while teacher asks, "What's an argument?"
Goal: Using evidence...
What's an argument?
Agenda 1..... 2.....
(30 sec) 3. Zoom in on 2 different students as they respond. 4. Cut to teacher writing ONE word on the whiteboard. 5. Zoom in on whole whiteboard with all students' responses.
Believe your point of view..
Trying to get someone ...
(45 sec) 6. Show teacher and whiteboard while she explains the assignment/discussion students will engage in with peers in small groups.
1. Patrick Henry
2. Thomas Jefferson
4. Theodore Roosevelt
3. Edgar Allan Poe
Choose an author and form groups.
(2 min) 7. Show whole class with all students in small groups. 8. Zoom in on student-to-student interaction in one group. Capture 3 students contributing to discussion. 9. Zoom in on one student writing down a response from a peer.
1. What is the speaker’s claim?
(2 mins) 10. Show teacher asking one question to a small group (different group from previous shot) and capture 2 different student responses to the question.
(30 sec) 11. Show the whole class as the teacher wraps up the lesson with a brief summary.
Use specific evidence from the text to support your points.