Reflection: Trust and Respect What does a fictional unicorn have to do with your 15 year old students? - Section 3: Now explain to me what makes you unique

 
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What does a fictional unicorn have to do with your 15 year old students?

Unit 1: Setting the tone for a great year
Lesson 1 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write routinely for reflection by responding to a prompt about what makes them special.

Big Idea: Meet your students by identifying what makes them special.

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