Reflection: Student Ownership Wind Erosion - Section 4: Evaluate


Usually, I do not allow students to discuss how they feel about the lesson.  However, the lesson rater was a great way for students to evaluate the lesson. Also, it gave me an opportunity to see what they learned and how they liked the lesson. In looking at the lesson rater, I saw that the students understood wind erosion. Students stated that wind could move things along.  Also, I saw that the students enjoyed the lesson, and the students indicated that the lesson should stay the same.

  Students Evaluating the Lesson
  Student Ownership: Students Evaluating the Lesson
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Wind Erosion

Unit 7: Earth Changes
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT explain wind erosion.

Big Idea: How does wind impact the land?

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Science, erosion, earthquake, weathering, earth, Earth Science, Science Process Skills, Sand, Wind Erosion, glaciers, water, Erosion, ice
  50 minutes
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