Reflection: Unit Planning Ecosystem and Structure: What's to Come - Section 3: Drawing Conclusions


At the end of the unit, it would be great to put these two words back on the board. Students can then draw conclusions with a larger knowledge base to draw from. This can be done to check students understanding of all they learned and also demonstrate how far they have come with their learning.  

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Ecosystem and Structure: What's to Come

Unit 7: Life Science
Lesson 1 of 14

Objective: SWBAT determine the lessons that we will begin based on inferencing and drawing conclusions.

Big Idea: To introduce a new unit it can be fun to introduce in a more game format. Students will use word associations, prior knowledge, and inferencing in order to draw conclusions on where our learning is headed.

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Science, ecosystem, drawing conclusions, structure, inference, prior knowledge, life science
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