Reflection: Unit Planning Project Planning and Preliminary Implementation - Section 4: Wrap Up


This unit is one that you will revisit throughout the year. It is a challenge to keep students focused and fresh about it when you do this kind of learning. Be sure to do a review of what has gone before to keep students excited. I have tried a timeline in the classroom so students can follow what they are expected to do throughout the year. This also serves as a good reminder for me to return to the unit at the right time throughout the year.

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Project Planning and Preliminary Implementation

Unit 6: Erosion Explosion
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: Students observe a real-life erosion issue and decide on a remediation process.

Big Idea: Students understand that they can have a positive effect on erosion in their community

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