Reflection: Student Ownership Miniconference on Environmental Issues - Section 2: Discussion Protocols


For this part of the activity, I ask students to consider experiences they have had while working in groups. Creating a "Looks like/Sounds like" chart helps the recall what they already know and give me a sense of what I still have to teach. Making it visual give other students an opportunity to make connections and possibly language to talk about what they value or think is important in a group meeting.

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  Student Ownership: Creating Group Norms Together
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Miniconference on Environmental Issues

Unit 5: ELA Through Environmental Science
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: SWBAT work as a team to create solutions to environmental problem with many stakeholders.

Big Idea: Students present and represent ideas from various groups of people affected by environmental policy while working together to find solutions that work for the groups.

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