Students manage time well. Script is completed at the end of day 3 and comic panel with corresponding art is completed at the end of day 4.
Students make connections between literature and art. This is evident in the Cedric the Dragon Slayer Discussion and their script and comic panel. Their comic panel is not random, it tells a story.
There are not any purposeful grammatical errors on the final comic panel.
Students communicate (orally/ written) each of their superhero powers/ weaknesses, gadgets, etc.
Students manage their time and complete their own superhero and villain with a written description and art drawing
Students critically reason and think about what they can do over the next 3 class meetings to contribute to their Comic Con event. This will be evident in a written submission
Student submission must include two of the following: cultural appreciation, music, art, language other than English, and/or philosophy. Student manages time and completes their plan in the 3 class periods provided.
Spheros provide a toolset that is unbounded in its potential by weaving hardware, software, and community engagement together. While coding and 21st century skills are necessary, the program also goes beyond code by incorporating robotics and technology with collaborative STEAM activities.