Reflection: Routines and Procedures Exploring the Lab - Safely (Day 2) - Section 2: Explore


I expect my students to be able to share information and ideas with their peers on a regular basis in a variety of contexts.  I frequently have my students give presentations in front of the class.  This helps them become more comfortable speaking in front of others.  It also helps them integrate and process knowledge at a deeper level because not only do they have to be aware of the information, but they also have to be able to accurately convey that information to their peers.

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  Routines and Procedures: Sharing information
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Exploring the Lab - Safely (Day 2)

Unit 1: Problem Solving
Lesson 5 of 16

Objective: SWBAT explain the purpose behind lab safety rules.

Big Idea: Don't let your students snooze through lab safety. Have them "sell" it.

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