Reflection: Lesson Planning Performance Assessment: Destroying Our Wetlands; What Have We Got To Lose? Day 1 - Section 3: Group Collaboration


I definitely like the sheet I made a little better. The one my kids used always confuses them just by the way it's laid out. The one I made is more straight forward and I don't think I'll have to keep helping them with the trade-offs section so much. It can be hard for them to understand that piece, but when I say How can we think win-win/ How can everyone be happy? It makes it a little easier for them to understand. 

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Performance Assessment: Destroying Our Wetlands; What Have We Got To Lose? Day 1

Unit 7: Accounts and Viewpoints and Bias, Oh My!
Lesson 31 of 32

Objective: SWBAT synthesize information from multiple viewpoints to determine the solution to a problem

Big Idea: How do we keep everyone happy and solve a problem when we all have different viewpoints?

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