See a tech-rich high school ELA/social studies lesson in which students research, script, and create podcasts that compare Shakespeare's Renaissance to our current times. This lesson includes edtech tools Poll Everywhere, Chalkup, and audioBoom. The lesson was taught by Kirstin Sobotka, high school teacher and Common Sense Education Certified Educator: EdTech Mentor. See her lesson, Comparing Renaissance: Shakespeare and Now. (Note: Lesson Plans are referred to as Lesson Flows in this video.)
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