Reflection: Quizzes Perspectives Formative - Section 2: Independent Work


Overall my students did pretty well here, but the students who struggled had a hard time providing another viewpoint and backing that up. I got responses like, "Some people don't like gooey cheese. They would say 'I don't like cheese."  Responses that I accepted looked more like, "An opposing viewpoint is that someone does not like pizza. They might say something like, 'Many people have gluten and dairy issues and can't eat pizza. My mom gets an upset stomach from the tomato sauce. Also, the grease from the pizza is disgusting. Anyone who eats pizza must not care about their health very much."

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Perspectives Formative

Unit 7: Accounts and Viewpoints and Bias, Oh My!
Lesson 5 of 32

Objective: SWBAT identify and describe multiple perspectives.

Big Idea: We all see things differently. Can you spot the different viewpoints ?

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