Ah, Halloween: the time of year when your students start to get really antsy. Listen as Caitlin and Jessica share a great activity that will keep them engaged while staying on target with their learning goals.
Caitlin and Jessica will show you how to use Scary Stations to celebrate the season in a fun, rigorous way. There are two types to choose from: podcast analysis and narrative writing. Jessica will walk you through both options, as she shares a perfectly spooky podcast and a fun story you can incorporate into your lesson.
No time to create stations? Caitlin and Jessica will also direct you to a free Haunted Forest Escape Room download, which is sure to set the mood for some awesome learning this October.
Tune in now to hear:
- [02:50] Before we get into today’s activity, you can grab this spooky, free download — a lesson/activity to really engage your students. It includes a digital version, too!
- [05:00] A fun Halloween activity that can last 1, 2, or 3 days and will hit learning objectives while engaging students: Scary Stations.
- [05:30] The steps of setting up your stations
- [05:50] Two options: setting up podcast analysis stations or narrative writing stations
- [06:50] Jessica shares the perfect podcast to use for your Halloween podcast analysis stations activity, from the Criminal podcast
- [10:30] Jessica shares a great story to use for narrative writing stations
- [11:30] Ideas for a fun narrative writing station activity: 10-word stories
Join Caitlin and Jessica next week as they show listeners how to run small groups more effectively!
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