Reflection: Flexibility CLOSE: Electric Connections - Section 2: Annotate and Make Connections


The most important thing I try to remember is that sometimes two sticky notes are not enough. As I walk around, I keep the pad of sticky notes with me so that students can raise their hands to get more. I would rather they continue to read then have the thinking process disturbed because they need more to write on. 

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CLOSE: Electric Connections

Unit 22: CLOSE Readings
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT use annotations to make connections and draw how electricity moves from a dam to their house.

Big Idea: While studying electricity students can take articles and text to help them understand how annotations can be used across contexts.

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