Reflection: Debate The Dress Code Debate - Section 4: Dress Code Debate


As my scholars embark upon a dress code debate, I find it important to emphasize to them that the outcome and importance of the activity is not so much as who wins the debate, but that they gain the essential understandings of the lesson.  I also emphasize to them that the evaluators play an important role, as well by evaluating the quality of the debate using an evaluator rubric.

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The Dress Code Debate

Unit 5: A Different Perspective
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use a close read and research to debate about whether or not students should have a dress code.

Big Idea: Students use a close read and research to debate about whether or not students should have a dress code.

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