Reflection: Pacing Escaping the Giant Wave: Cornerstone - Comparing & Contrasting Characters in the Socratic Seminar - Section 1: Cue Set

 

This was a very engaging way to hook students into the lesson.  They were super excited to compare and contrast two educators that they know and love. Since this is a way to review skills that will be necessary for the lesson (comparing & contesting), you want to keep it nice and short.  

  Keep it short!
  Pacing: Keep it short!
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Escaping the Giant Wave: Cornerstone - Comparing & Contrasting Characters in the Socratic Seminar

Unit 7: Nature's Fury - Part III
Lesson 6 of 12

Objective: SWBAT discuss how characters are alike and different in the text "Escaping the Giant Wave".

Big Idea: How are the characters in Escaping the Giant Wave alike and different? Time to discuss!

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