Reflection: High Expectations The Titanic: The Discovery Part One - Section 3: Conducting our Research


All year long, students have been prompted to include textual evidence for their answers. While I typically include this in my directions, there are times when I don’t. We are far enough in the year that students should not need this prompting in order to have complete answers. I’ve taught my students that if they see multiple lines after a question, their answers should be more than just a couple of words. If your students need this additional prompting, feel free to add this to the directions before making copies for your classes.

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The Titanic: The Discovery Part One

Unit 9: The Titanic
Lesson 10 of 26

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

Big Idea: Today's focus is the discovery of the Titanic. Students meet Dr. Ballard, the scientist who first discovered the wreck site and view photos of the ship at the bottom of the ocean.

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