Reflection: Backwards Planning How Disaster Impacts Individuals, Groups, and Society - Section 1: Anticipatory Set


After looking at the texts and the aligned expectations, I found it would be helpful to provide them something to use as a connector for them. Looking at it from the end to the beginning, I found that the idea of silver linings was prevalent in each text, and is a great perspective to support among the students as well. 

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How Disaster Impacts Individuals, Groups, and Society

Unit 11: Argument Writing
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: Students will learn about Hurricane Sandy in order to learn more about disaster preparedness as well as response to such adversity.

Big Idea: What's the Silver Lining?

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