Reflection: Checks for Understanding How Fossil Records add to Our Understanding Day 2 Biodiversity - Section 4: Explore

 

The rubric I created focused not only on the accuracy of the information, but the group dynamic as well. Working collaboratively is an acquired skill that will be used throughout the students' years in school and then in the workplace. They must work on staying focused on the task at hand if they are to be successful.

  The rubric worked as a guide throughout the activity.
  Checks for Understanding: The rubric worked as a guide throughout the activity.
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How Fossil Records add to Our Understanding Day 2 Biodiversity

Unit 11: Fossils, Evidence of Organisms That Lived Long Ago
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: Collaboratively research information about fossil Records using the internet and gathering at least 18 out of 21 facts accurately.

Big Idea: Scientists research fossils in order to provide evidence of the organisms and the environments in which they lived long ago.

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Science, fossil record (Ancient History), collaborative groups, WebQuest, fossils
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