Reflection: Performance Tasks PRESENTATIONS! - Section 2: Presentations


Having the students conduct mini-research projects is a great way to develop their skills in research.  When working with small, defined topics, it is easy to guide the students and help them navigate the world of information. 

The students' presentations were outstanding today! They were all very well prepared and able to present their findings.  I could tell that they were very engaged in the topic and I think that played a big role in the success of the lesson.  

Also, having the graphic organizer seemed to really assist them when organizing their presentation.  Overall, I like the idea of small, mini research projects throughout the year to help strengthen and develop the skills.  

  Performance Tasks: Presentations
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Unit 9: BootCamp
Lesson 8 of 13

Objective: SWBAT present their research findings.

Big Idea: Students share the information they found out about their favorite outdoor games!

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