Students are grouped in sets of three. Students rotate jobs for each letter:
- letter designer 1
- letter designer 2
Provide a clear printed representation of the letters students are to find or create.
Students work their way through the alphabet taking pictures of letters using their body. Some letters may be found up close such as the letter U in a fingernail or the letter C in the shape of an ear. Some letters may be created using their entire body or using two people.
Students will need to analyze each picture for clarity. If it isn't clear, they will delete the picture and try again.
This may take several days or as you introduce the letters over time a photograph is added to the collection.
Once each set of students have completed all the letters. The photographs can be curated or compiled into a slideshow in which the students have to guess the letter in each photograph. Students may see other letters than the one intended. The conversation and debate that takes place is part of the learning.