Reflection: Checks for Understanding Stories from the Fossil Record - Section 4: Connecting the Learning


Students are great about filling in the blanks because that is how they are evaluated and they want the good grade. Taking the time at the end of a lesson to ask questions that require students to take a look at their notes and make sense of what they wrote. Notes have a purpose beyond a grade. 

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  Checks for Understanding: Using Notes
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Stories from the Fossil Record

Unit 2: Earth Science
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT explain how fossils share information about the past.

Big Idea: Fossils are much more than fun collectibles. They are clues into the past!

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