Reflection: Flexibility How to be Machiavellian and Other Useful Techniques for Taking Over the World: Rubric Creation (Day 2 of 4) - Section 4: Wrap up and Next Steps


Given how today was planned and how they actually went, I was actually pretty pleased with how it went. Students used the reading time, had good discussions about their chapters and finished drafts of their rubric sections.

All of this scaffolded, group reading is also pushing them towards independent analysis of a single chapter, which we will do an assessment with later in the week.

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How to be Machiavellian and Other Useful Techniques for Taking Over the World: Rubric Creation (Day 2 of 4)

Unit 3: Informational Text: How to Read for Rhetoric
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: SWBAT cite strong and thorough textual evidence of what The Prince says explicitly and implicitly by creating rubrics for Machiavellian leaders.

Big Idea: Reading difficult text requires support and opportunities for discussion. Today we will Provide a focus for this to make our dialogue richer and more meaningful.

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