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Q3 Quick Response Breakout Activity

2. Visual Learning


1. Learn more by working with a partner, small group, or as a class to complete this QR Code Breakout Activity.

Note: If you are not familiar with a breakout activity open the content box on the right-hand side of this page to learn more.

Breakout Eye spy image with QR codes 
Hint: After opening the Breakout page, notice the four images below the large picture, count how many of each image type you find to give you the 4 digit lock.

2. Next, learn how to create a QR code so that it can be read by a phone or other portable mobile device. There are several sites where you can create a QR code, that you found on the Step 1 page. Use one of those, or try one of these sites to create a QR code. Think about creating one for a website, business card, phone number or something for your birthday list. 
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b. QR Stuff (select plain text)
3. Select one of the two activities below or check with your teacher.


A suggested class activity is for each individual to figure out what is the most popular item others your age would like to purchase. You can survey the students in your class or do a search on the Internet.

Decide on an item you feel is the most desired and locate a site that has a description of the item and shows where you can purchase it as well as the price. You may have to create one or more QR codes. Take a photo or screenshot of your QR code (s).

Create a Favorites Choice Board

Make a copy to your own Google Drive or download the 2.Q3 QR Choice Board slide template file as Microsoft PowerPoint.

Follow the directions to add your name on slide 2 and 4, and create your own Favorites QR Code Choice Board to share with your classmates.

Screenshot of graphic with QRCode Favorites text in colors

Please be sure to tell us what you think of this Breakout Activity so that we can meet your needs. Teachers and Students please use this link for a very short survey about this breakout.

MITECS  Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students, and

ISTE Standards for Students

1. Empowered Learner
c. Use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practice and to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways

3. Knowledge Constructor
a. Plan and employ effective research strategies to locate information, media, data or other resources

6. Creative Communicator
b. Create original works or responsibly repurpose or remix digital resources into new creations


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