Analyzing with Thinglink
By: Maria Corrales, ERHS
10.8- Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II.
Develop the topic with well-chosen, relevant, and sufficient facts, extended definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples appropriate to the audience's knowledge of the topic.
Section 1 Part 1. Interacting in Meaningful Ways:
- Exchanging information and ideas with others through oral collaborative discussions on a range of social and academic topics.
- Offering and justifying opinions, negotiating with and persuading others in communicative exchanges.
RESEARCH ACTION PLAN
Students completed pre-assessment consisting of selected response, analysis of war propaganda posters, and constructed responses. Click on links to view focus students' pre-assessments.
PRE-ASSESSMENT FOCUS STUDENT SAMPLES
- Thinglink for analyzing Jewish Resistance in WWII:
- Thinglink for Propaganda Analysis:
STUDENT WORK SAMPLES
Thinglink Jewish Resistance Poster Samples
Thinglink War Propaganda Samples
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT SAMPLES
- Students successfully utilized Thinglink to analyze historical documents
- Students were engaged in the lessons and enjoyed sharing their own work as well as commenting on each others' work
- Thinglink is a useful tool in the classroom because of its interactive features
- Thinglink can help students feel more confident in providing their own analysis because they can see what others wrote and then expand or respond to it
- Engaging in these analysis activities with Thinglink helped my students improve their analysis skills, evident in summative assessment results
- I will continue to use Thinglink in the classroom especially for analysis of visual historical content