Reflection: Checks for Understanding Water, Water, Everywhere - Section 6: Our Closure


I write little notes to each of my students when I'm grading their papers.  I can give them some quick feedback, and then when they are looking over their papers with their families, they know what they can do in order to improve for the next time.  You can see some samples of student work and my feedback here: Student Work Protecting Water.mp4.

  Checks for Understanding: Feedback on Student Work
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Water, Water, Everywhere

Unit 19: How Do We Help The Earth?
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use several comprehension strategies in order to better understand the text.

Big Idea: Today's lesson has a great science connection. Not only are we working on reading comprehension but students will also learn about the water cycle and understand why clean water is essential to living things.

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