Reflection: Student Feedback The Titanic: Forming an Opinion - Section 5: Closure


I’m interested to see the number of students who hold onto their opinions vs. the number who swing sides. Changes in opinions will tell me two important pieces of information – either student’s original opinions weren’t strongly believed and/or supported or someone in their group excelled at supporting a differing opinion. This will be helpful in planning future lessons and let me know who might be excellent leaders as we continue our work in opinion writing. 

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The Titanic: Forming an Opinion

Unit 9: The Titanic
Lesson 15 of 26

Objective: SWBAT develop their opinion of what caused the majority of deaths on the Titanic and support their opinion with reasons and evidence from their research.

Big Idea: After weeks of research, students have decided that three main factors contributed to the tragedy of the Titanic. They will analyze their data to determine which factor contributed the most and support their opinion with evidence.

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