Created by Rob Lamb
Time: 15-45 minutes
Resources, Materials, Technology:
- Printed copy of evaluate the infographic (version 2.0 is digital)
- Access to the internet
The more exposure you can give a student to infographic, the better. Having them really look deeper at an infographic will make them more aware of the types of things that make a good or bad infographic.
Lesson Structure and Procedures:
Day 1: 15-45 minutes in length
- Student is given a general topic (science, chemistry) to go find and evaluate an infographic on.
- Student goes through all the steps listed on sheet and determines the quality of the infographic and type of infographic (we need to sit down and discuss “types”)
- Have them evaluate an infographic chosen by you or one of their peers. Have them discuss out the strengths and weakness of the infographic they chose with their peers.
Click here to download a Microsoft Word version:
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