Reflection: Adjustments to Practice 3rd Monday in February: Presidents Day - Section 3: Closure

 

This lesson was ambitious for the amount of time I had, probably because I didn't expect the kids to be as interested in the finer details as they were.  We had a great amount of rich discussion, which is effective and important, and not something to rush.  I will teach this lesson in the future, but with more informational text.  It would be great to have students read one-page biographies of the presidents we're talking about.

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3rd Monday in February: Presidents Day

Unit 9: Significant School Days
Lesson 9 of 14

Objective: TSWBAT analyze data as they explore the presidential rankings based on specific information in the text.

Big Idea: Top Five, Bottom Five...history -and the Gallup poll- will let you know.

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