Turkey Disguise 2018
Turkey Disguises Colloboration
November 14, 15, or 16, 2018
A Videoconference Class-to-Class Collaboration Project
Facilitated by NYS Distance Learning Consortium Members
Project Coordinator: Susan Neale, Videoconference Specialist, Nassau BOCES Videoconference Service, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in Second Grade practice reading, writing, following directions, speaking and having fun, through this interactive videoconferencing project.
“Turkey Disguises” is a holiday-themed version of “Twenty Questions” or “Guess Who.” Each of your students will take a turkey template home and “disguise” it. Your class will pick one turkey for the distant students to guess or “catch.” The distant students will brainstorm questions—questions that can be answered with ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ such as: “Is your turkey wearing sunglasses?” Does it have a beard?”—to ask the distant students.
During the videoconference, the distant students will ask their questions. When they’re ready, they will guess which turkey they think your students picked. Then, the roles are reversed, and your students will have a chance to ask the questions and guess the turkey.