Use Posters to Encourage Collaborative Thinking Transcript
Sabrina V.P.: People and animals interacting. That's the beginning of our unit.
Sabrina V.P.: We're going to start off with making a poster to answer all these questions as a team.
Sabrina V.P.: After you finish this in 10 minutes, we are all going to tape our posters on the very back of the room and observe our answers to these questions.
Sabrina V.P.: The person who is going to be recording on the poster today is person number four. I don't need it to look pretty.
Speaker 2: Okay let's get started.
Speaker 3: Some of the living things in Central Park are horses, geese, there's [crosstalk 00:00:53].
Speaker 2: Trees give oxygen.
Speaker 3: Geese eat bread.
Speaker 2: These non-living things by-
Sabrina V.P.: Eleven seconds to get this done.
Sabrina V.P.: Step a little bit further back, semi-circle. Raise your hands once you noticed some patterns of answers that you see that were similar or things that were interesting. Anya?
Anya: I noticed a lot of people who put like birds and squirrels live in trees and use trees as homes.
Sabrina V.P.: Very good, so it's like the habitat.
Sabrina V.P.: Has Central Park changed over time? Yes, go ahead.
Speaker 5: It's changed because we added parks and buildings.
Sabrina V.P.: Anything else Thomas?
Thomas: I'm adding on to [Saudia 00:01:41], because, so they added man made structures that sort of affected the environment for habitats for different living things.
Sabrina V.P.: Very good point. Great discussion. We're going to transition into our next part.