Reflection: Real World Applications An Examination of Causes and Effects of Rising Sea Levels Around the World - Section 4: Closure


The use of a 3-2-1 exit ticket serves as a quick, reflective check for understanding for my students to visualize in their minds how they can make real world applications of the very useful information they have learned in today's lesson.

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An Examination of Causes and Effects of Rising Sea Levels Around the World

Unit 11: The Weather and Climate Around Us
Lesson 1 of 8

Objective: SWBAT determine causes of rising sea levels around the world and the effects on coastal communities.

Big Idea: Students read a Scholastic News article, "Deep Trouble," to examine the causes and effects of rising sea levels around the world.

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