## Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Around the World Review - Section 2: Around the World Activity

This Photo shows students actively and positively participated in reviewing for our Unit 1 test.  It was a beautiful day out and we went out into the school's courtyard to complete this activity.  I find that by giving students a built-in break by changing stations, my students tend to be more focused on tasks at hand.

For example, Kevin*, one of my students who struggles to pay attention in a seated, traditional classroom setting, actively discussed each question with his partners and completed all the problems for review.  At the end of the activity Kevin told me, "I would have never been able to do all those questions just sitting down in class.  I would have fallen asleep!  It's good that we had a chance to move around, I think it helped me to focus more."

*Please note, name has been changed!

Student Led Inquiry: Getting Students Moving!

# Around the World Review

Unit 1: Introduction to Geometry: Points, Lines, Planes, and Angles
Lesson 6 of 7

## Big Idea: Students will move all around the room to review everything about points, lines and planes.

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### Stephanie Conklin

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