Are you familiar with TED Talks? TED Talks offer many educational opportunities for our teens, and open up some great discussions as well. There are guest lectures on special topics that showcase some amazing public speakers. TED Talks are also a great way to learn about public speaking and give your teens some inspiration for public speaking.
I found a great worksheet from Laura Rondazzo that will turn any TED Talk into a learning experience and a great discussion opportunity. This worksheet was designed to give students a specific task that will guide their viewing of ANY TED Talk. This would be great to do in a co-op as well. You can show a TED Talk in the co-op class and hand out the worksheet for them to complete while they are watching this. It can also be assigned as homework to be discussed later.
You can download this free worksheet HERE.
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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