By Jessy Rodrigue, Digital Pedagogy Professional (DPP) at the Centre de services scolaires des Premières-Seigneuries.
Grade 5 students from Peggy Leblanc's class at La Ribambelle school in Center de services scolaires des Premières-Seigneuries (CSSPS)The students had the opportunity to experience an interactive reading of the album "Un grand jour de rien". This album leads students to develop the dimensions of reading, to reflect on ethical issues and to develop citizenship in the digital age by addressing the issue of screen time.
Some questions asked of the students, "What reasons would a parent want their child to stop playing?", "What did not being able to play their game do for the character?" All of which led to some great thoughts, great discussions!
Following the reading, students were asked to think about their "big nothing moments". They saw that no-go moments differ from student to student, allowing them to learn more about what other people like and to see how small things can make them very happy!
Finally, a small assignment was given to the students to take a picture of a "nothing moment" and upload it to Classroom. This should lead to more great class discussions later!
The animation guide for cycle 3 (grades 5-6) and the notes to be stuck in the album are available for all On the RÉCIT National Service site, Human Development area.
Psstt! These guides are adapted to the new Quebec Culture and Citizenship program.
Thank you to the RÉCIT National Service, Area of personal development and the national service of RÉCIT, Language field for this turnkey project that will delight children and adults alike!