Ted-Ed #StudentsTeachingStudents Form 2
Fill out this form AFTER you have completed your lesson
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Lesson Title
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Go to ed.ted.com and create an account, upload your video, and then and input all of the questions that you create below. You may want to send this form to yourself so you have a copy.
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Write a sentence or two that will introduce the video to viewers. This should be something that captures the viewer's attention but also outlines the learning objectives for the lesson. Think of it like a headline. Add this under "Let's Begin."
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Create 5 multiple-choice questions that help gauge understanding. Please list the correct answer after each one. The first few can help lead the student through your example. the last two should be a question like the one you solved but different, for practice. List question 1 below. Add all of these under "Think."
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Create 5 multiple-choice questions that help gauge understanding. Please list the correct answer after each one. The first few can help lead the student through your example. the last two should extend the learning in a new question. List question 2 below.
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Create 5 multiple-choice questions that help gauge understanding. Please list the correct answer after each one. The first few can help lead the student through your example. the last two should extend the learning in a new question. List question 3 below.
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Create 5 multiple-choice questions that help gauge understanding. Please list the correct answer after each one. The first few can help lead the student through your example. the last two should extend the learning in a new question. List question 4 below.
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Create 5 multiple-choice questions that help gauge understanding. Please list the correct answer after each one. The first few can help lead the student through your example. the last two should extend the learning in a new question. List question 5 below.
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Here, create 3 open-ended questions that allow learners to write complex thoughts about what they have learned. List question 1 below. These also go under "Think."
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Here, create 3 open-ended questions that allow learners to write complex thoughts about what they have learned. List question 2 below.
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Here, create 3 open-ended questions that allow learners to write complex thoughts about what they have learned. List question 3 below.
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Dig Deeper: What are some additional resources that a student can explore? Include websites and full sentences. This is intended for the student who is interested to extend the learning. You can link to videos, excerpts from books, articles, etc. (must be less than 5000 characters) Put this under "Dig Deeper." It is recommended that you link a place or two where students can practice the problem AND a some history about the concept and/or an extension that goes beyond the learning. You may also link fellow classmate videos. Use CONTROL+K so that you don't have "messy" links.
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Discussion Question: This question should engage all learners in a public discussion about the lesson (150 characters or less). Put this under "Discussion."
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If you have any final, concluding thoughts, put those under "And Finally" and enter it here, too.
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What hashtags would you want to include for searching your lesson?
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