Billboards What’s the purpose of a billboard?
What’s an example of a billboard you’ve seen? What ideals and values do you think it represents?
Kids like penguins (all animals) Community wants people to come to the zoo Kids would look cute in our tuxedos (just as cute as penguins) What is the message?
Close by. Save time, stop once, you get more than just fuel. We are convenient. This one?
Look at Student Handout 3.1A (p 117-118 pull up pdfif on projector) Let’s read it together.
Now your job is to read the edicts around the room and pick the one that BEST fits your life. Which one do you relate to BEST? Which one would be the #1 rule for you to live by? Write your name on the post-it and place it on the edict you choose.
We will be going to the computer lab to create the final billboard projects. You have just this period to get it done. Use your time wisely.
Hang your billboards around the room. Presentation Day
As your classmates present their billboards, your job is to fill out Student Handout 3.1C. What is the interpretation of each edict? How would you classify the edict according to Asoka’s categories?