Using Technology to Show Change and Continuity in Flowers for Algernon

I asked students to respond to this quote: “I had reached a new level, and anger and suspicion were my first reactions to the world around me.” 

In this first presentation, Nicolas and Arham used the Sketch and Paint to create graphics that were posted into a powerpoint that addresses the question how this new attitude caused change (or not) in Charlie’s relationships with his co-workers.   Nicolas and Arham DO think that Charlie shows anger and suspicion in his new-found relationships with his co-workers.

Charlie’s Change in Work Charlie’s Change in Work Xnicolas95

In this second presentation, Alvina and Maria used Microsoft Powerpoint and Word to talk about the changes and continuities in Charlie’s relationships with women.  Maria and Alvina do NOT think Charlie shows anger and suspicion in his new-found relationships with women. 

Change and Continuity Change and Continuity av_ashfan_12 The changes and continuity from Harriet and Ms. Kinnian

Finally, in this third presentation, Alexander and Agatai used Microsoft Powerpoint to identify the changes and continuities in Charlie’s relationships with his doctor.  Alexander and Agatai DO think Charles shows anger and suspicion in his new-found relationships with his doctors.

I Had Reached a New Level And I Had Reached a New Level And Agataibek

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One response to “Using Technology to Show Change and Continuity in Flowers for Algernon

  1. Nice blog. Science is so vast that there is a technology to show change and continuity in flowers. Keep it up the good work.

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