Reflection: Student Led Inquiry What Do You Need To Know?: Preparing for the Final Exam - Section 2: Brainstorm and Posters: What are you unsure of?


While students were certainly able to demonstrate understanding of what they know and do not know, some still struggled with "depth" of material and how to explain it. This will be something we continue to address as we review for the end of the semester and the final exam. 

  Student Led Inquiry: Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, and So On...
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What Do You Need To Know?: Preparing for the Final Exam

Unit 19: Literary and Skills: Final Exam Reviews
Lesson 2 of 2

Objective: SWBAT cite evidence drawn from literary and non-fiction texts, writing skills, and speaking skills to demonstrate "mastery" of material from the semester by creating posters on what they are experts on.

Big Idea: What do you know you should know, but are not sure?

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