Reflection: Student Ownership Research Project Presentation - Section 1: Explanation/Practice


I felt it was necessary to provide time for students to practice together.  Their project had been completed outside of class.  Although each student’s part was planned, they needed time to see how it flowed in the classroom.

  Student Ownership: Practice
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Research Project Presentation

Unit 7: Research
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT present findings in a research project to the class in a focused manner using facts, details, solutions, and counter-arguments.

Big Idea: Relate real world problems to a novel recently read in class.

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