In part 3 of our Plastic Ocean assessment, students could choose to make a real T shirt or draw one on paper. They were amazing! They presented via FlipGrid. They had to explain what their design was, what it meant, and how it could inspire others to save the world’s oceans.
We had learned that cigarette butts make up 38% of the trash found on beaches so the student on the left made a shirt that said “Octopuses don’t smoke.”
The part that I loved the most was that it was a test but everyone CARES about this cause and they really put their hearts in telling what we could do!
These are my Spanish 4 loves and they are only with me 2 more days. I am SO proud of what they can do with language and that is not something I felt before I began teaching for proficiency.