Reflection: Routines and Procedures Speaking and Listening: Examining gender stereotypes - Section 2: Students present their brainstormed lists


Our time in our classroom is sacred.  However, often the classroom time is decreased due to assemblies, office interruptions, emergency response drills, etc.  I work hard in my classroom to establish consistent procedures that allow us to use shortened class time like champions!  My students know that every second of class time is busy.  Raising the rigor in a Common Core classroom means making the time count.  Today, with a shortened class period, the students were able to practice skills in Speaking and Listening and Writing.  I feel good knowing that we didn't waste any instructional time on this modified day.  

  Can we still be productive during a shortened class period? Absolutely!
  Routines and Procedures: Can we still be productive during a shortened class period? Absolutely!
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Speaking and Listening: Examining gender stereotypes

Unit 14: Celebrating the Self
Lesson 2 of 11

Objective: SWBAT write an argumentative response with appropriate evidence to a prompt by collaboratively examining gender stereotypes.

Big Idea: Who learns better, male or female students? Let the students decide!

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