Sail the Surreal Seas: The Exquisite Sea Corpse
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Learners demonstrate sciientific observation skills and write natural histories. Working in groups, the create sea creatures via the surrealist game, The Exquisite Corpse. They write histories of their creatures and present them to the class.
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