Reflection: Exit Tickets Exploring Propaganda Types - Section 3: Closure


I really enjoy this closure because the students recognize strengths, needs, and areas of weakness, thus helping them to set goals and make the necessary decisions and changes to practice as they move forward, ensuring an increased likelihood of success. Then, they build on this reflection and sell-assessment by sharing them with one another. This gives them the opportunity to validate and support one another. When students are aware of their peers' needs, they are more inclined to help them out. When this is the culture, students achieve much more.

  The Power of Sharing Self-Assessment With One Another
  Exit Tickets: The Power of Sharing Self-Assessment With One Another
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Exploring Propaganda Types

Unit 7: Advertising, Bias, and Propaganda
Lesson 1 of 13

Objective: Students will develop an understanding of various propaganda techniques.

Big Idea: Wow, That Is Pretty Tricky!

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English / Language Arts, Media and Sources of Information, bias, advertising, propaganda techniques, demographics, propaganda
  50 minutes
quiz propaganda
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