Reflection: Student Feedback The Titanic: First Class Passengers - Section 4: Sharing our Work


I was touched and impressed by students’ work today. Students’ answers showed evidence of critical thinking and reflection. Instead of merely focusing on today’s readings, many of the responses incorporated what they had learned about first class passengers during whole group conversations and from independent reading. While the work today wasn’t overly challenging, it was meant to spark discussions that would eventually help support opinion writing in the next phase of our unit. The work completed today reassured me that students would be capable of completing this work successfully when the time came.

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The Titanic: First Class Passengers

Unit 9: The Titanic
Lesson 7 of 26

Objective: SWBAT conduct research around a given focus, record specific notes, and demonstrate understanding through a variety of questions.

Big Idea: Today students read short biographies about several notable first class passengers and record pertinent facts.

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