Reflection: Shared Expectations The Story of Ruby Bridges: Evaluating Our Work - Section 2: Under the Camera....


One other thing in this exercise that is SO important is that everyone participates.  As you survey the raised fingers, be sure to wait for those that aren't voting.  Sometimes kids don't want to make a decision on their own, but require them to raise their fingers and then be sure to call on them at some point so they can explain their thinking.  The more they do it, the better they get and the more comfortable they become.  


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The Story of Ruby Bridges: Evaluating Our Work

Unit 15: The Story of Ruby Bridges
Lesson 2 of 10

Objective: SWBAT present their answers to text dependent questions and ask for feedback about their work. They will also be able to evaluate others' work on a rubric and present thoughtful insight for improvement.

Big Idea: Evaluating one's own work as well as others' is an important life skill.

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Social Studies, English / Language Arts, Literature, Writing, Reading, civil rights, text dependent questions, Ruby Bridges
  60 minutes
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