Reflection: Student Feedback The Legend of King Arthur Day 3 of 3 - Section 4: Tweet Your Ticket Out


In this ticket out, students have to summarize what they learn from the King Arthur Legend.  This prompts them to reflect upon and evaluate what main point or lessons they glean from the text.  I'm always surprised that although I'm teaching content, students hone in on their own themes or central ideas.  Not only are they learning useful content and strategies, but at times they may also be learning life lessons. This feedback shows me that they are listening and that the learning taking place is meaningful.

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The Legend of King Arthur Day 3 of 3

Unit 4: The King Arthur Legend
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT show understanding of the King Arthur Legend through collaborative discussion.

Big Idea: "Our own heart, and not other men's opinions, forms our true honor." --- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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