Reflection: Modeling What is a Team? - Section 4: Independent Practice

 

During this lesson, I actually took a bit of time to elaborate on what each characteristic would actually look like as applied to the classroom.  For example, "passing the ball" might look like sharing the attention of the teacher, or helping a friend with a tricky question so that they can be successful.  Scholars needed a bit of this modeling and thinking to help them apply the concept of teams to our class.  

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What is a Team?

Unit 1: We Are a Team: Building the Foundation
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: SWBAT identify the characteristics of a strong team by analyzing successful teams.

Big Idea: Building a strong team takes time, but is well worth it!

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