Reflection: Student Ownership Did You Know?? - Section 3: Active Engagement


I intentionally keep my feedback light in this activity. It is the last day of school work and they students are doing work that will allow me to assess my teaching and ways to improve for next year. Also, students are having fun reliving their year's learning and pushing for perfection would probably change the energy in the room!

The end of the year is a real challenge for all of us, teachers and students. It is hard to keep focus, stay engaged, and work on meaningful activities. 

I do believe that this activity, kept light and active, is an excellent choice for students and teachers. 

  Keeping it Light
  Student Ownership: Keeping it Light
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Did You Know??

Unit 11: End of Year Activities
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: Students will be able to communicate interesting science facts from their third grade year.

Big Idea: The end of the year is a time for wrapping up and reviewing. In this lesson, students will have the opportunity to share with other's what they think is important to know as a third grader.

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Science, review activities, Writing in Science, scientific communication
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