Reflection: Student Feedback How Can You Be An Earth Helper? - Section 6: Our Closure


     I took pictures of my student work before I made comments on them.  I will write little notes to each of my students to give something for them to reflect on.  If they've forgotten about the problem or solution, I'll gently point that out to them on my comments.  This way, when they go over their papers with their parents, they can see what they can improve on for next time.  You can see how my students did with their differentiated work products here Student Work Earth Helpers.mp4 .

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How Can You Be An Earth Helper?

Unit 19: How Do We Help The Earth?
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use various comprehension strategies in order to better comprehend the text.

Big Idea: Our students will be global citizens one day. What they learn today about taking care of the Earth will have an impact on their actions as an adult.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), Reading Comprehension, text dependent questions
  105 minutes
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