Reflection: Student Ownership The Monster Who Grew Small: Day 2 - Section 3: Self-Assessments


     Student Self-Assessment was very effective in measuring student progress and focusing on target goals.  I would recommend also using a Ticket out the Door or student interview regarding their thoughts on improving the lesson format.  Giving the teacher an assessment on the lesson will also increase engagement because students have input and ownership on the lessons taught.

  Student Ownership: Formative Assessments
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The Monster Who Grew Small: Day 2

Unit 9: Shared Inquiry Discussion 2
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT participate in thoughtful dialogue and open debate driven by an interpretive question.

Big Idea: How are interpretive questions incorporated into shared inquiry discussions ? Students learn to analyze complex text by linking their thoughts to others' perspectives.

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English / Language Arts, shared inquiry, folktale, interpretive questions, shared inquiry discussion
  60 minutes
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