Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Group Discussion on Prevalent Issues for Children of Today - Section 5: Closure

 

This student-led lesson of discourse and questioning allowed my students to brainstorm problems and solutions to issues they believe are prevalent in today's global society.  I believe the lesson aided my students with their global competencies and awareness and critical thinking skills.  The use of a 3-2-1 exit ticket allowed students to reflect upon their learning and jot down any questions they still have.

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Group Discussion on Prevalent Issues for Children of Today

Unit 13: School Days
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT have an open group discussion about issues they believe are prevalent for children of today.

Big Idea: Students will openly discuss issues they face on a daily basis as children.

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