Reflection: Rigor Manufacturing a Board Game, Day 1 Assessment - Section 3: Active Engagement

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Manufacturing a Board Game, Day 1 Assessment

Unit 2: Structures of Life: Seeds
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate and communicate information (SP) regarding plant and seed growth to build a learning event for others.

Big Idea: There is no greater way to know if a student understands a concept than to ask them to write the questions. In this lesson, children will review, organize, create, and communicate by creating a learning board game for others to play.

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Science, life cycle, organizing information, plant needs
  55 minutes
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