Reflection: Shared Expectations School Lunch Issues - Section 1: Mini-lesson


This year at our school we developed school-wide Discussion Norms at a staff meeting.  Then we had our norms made into a poster made available to teachers to post in their rooms.

In this lesson we begin with reviewing the norms and then practicing them in small groups.

  Shared Expectations: Reinforcing Discussion Norms
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School Lunch Issues

Unit 6: Writing to Learn: Boxes and Bullets- The 5 Paragraph Essay
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT discuss and debate school lunch related issues

Big Idea: Students identify a school lunch issue they are interested in learning more about

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