Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Rosa Parks: Preparing to Analyze Multiple Points of View - Section 1: Cue Set


As I began to teach this lesson, I realized I left 1 thing out.  When I taught this last year, I had scholars take notes on the following: 

*2 people can experience the SAME event and describe it differently.  This happens due to 2 factors: 

1. Prior experience they had 

2. Opinions that they hold 

**DO this before you begin the teaching strategy -- these ideas will anchor them as the teaching of this skill develops.  

  Adjustments to Practice: Add a bit more direct instruction
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Rosa Parks: Preparing to Analyze Multiple Points of View

Unit 4: Give It All You've Got - Part III
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: SWBAT analyze the same event from multiple perspectives.

Big Idea: The same thing looks different from different eyes.

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