Reflection: Student Ownership What's Up With Washington? - Section 3: Extend Understanding

 

I have sent the timeline home and had the kids retell Washington’s life to a parent or older sibling for homework.  They bring back the timelined with a signature of who they retold the events to.

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What's Up With Washington?

Unit 12: Washington and Lincoln
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT read for main events in Washington’s life and understand how a timeline is built as a representation of a sequence of events. SWBAT sequence events in Washington’s life.

Big Idea: Washington is an important historical figure in American history.

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