Time To Complete
I Can Statements
- I can:
- Identify an audience for my work
- Share my work with my identified audience
- I will know my determination of audience is of high quality if it:
- Allows me to appropriately share my infographic
Suggestions for Assessing Student Readiness to Move Forward:
- Confer with students, asking probing questions about their audience.
- Ask students to self-evaluate their work after completing one of the activities below.
Give students a mini-lesson on the infographic submission sites and how they are evaluated, including: an overview of the qualities that increase website traffic, reputable sites, free sites versus those that charge a fee, and what the general public believes about sites you have to pay to post on.
Using a “scavenger hunt”-style exercise, have students look for infographics that are similar to theirs to find sites they may want to post on.
Give students a mini-lesson on how to increase traffic when posting online by creating a catchy headline, creating a headline that has common search terms and key terms, or scheduling tweets, blogs, and other promotions to increase traffic.
Have students write a reflection describing where they will post, why they chose a particular site, and what they will do to increase traffic to their infographic.