Reflection: Performance Tasks Enacting the Battle Plan: Preparing the Presentations - Section 2: Military Intelligence: Sharing the Projects


As I've discussed in other lessons, I'm a big proponent of students sharing and evaluating each other's work, however, in this lesson, we ran out of time to share.  My students kind of let me have it because they couldn't show all of their hard work.  I never realized how much they'd become accustomed to and enjoyed sharing.  I tried to explain to them that we had run out of time and there were things we needed to get done before we were off for Thanksgiving.  I promised them that while the projects were hung in the hallway, they would be shared, but that explanation was not good enough for them.  I had to promise that when we got back we would find time in the schedule for them to share!!  Lesson learned, teacher, lesson learned!!

  Reflection: The Importance of Sharing
  Performance Tasks: Reflection: The Importance of Sharing
Loading resource...

Enacting the Battle Plan: Preparing the Presentations

Unit 11: Honoring Our Veterans: H is for Honor
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: SWBAT combine their information from research into a product that others can learn from.

Big Idea: It is important for students to know how to put together information from different sources to create a product to present their findings.

  Print Lesson
Social Studies, English / Language Arts, military, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), Veterans Day, projects, H is for Honor
  55 minutes
Similar Lessons
Unveiling the Significance of a Poet's Words: Identifying Figurative Language in "We Wear The Mask"
9th Grade ELA » Poetry Analysis
Big Idea: What does Paul Laurence Dunbar reveal in his words about the mask we wear in our lives?

Environment: Urban
Donna Fletcher
Final Showcase
4th Grade Science » Science Exploration Research Projects
Big Idea: Students are able to both articulate the process of learning and provide evidence of growth in understanding of a topic.
Anchorage, AK
Environment: Urban
Jillian Gates
A discussion of the story So You Want to be President
4th Grade ELA » The Value of Work and Play
Big Idea: Students will examine former U.S. Presidents and their roles, responsibilities, and importance in history as we discuss the story "So You Want to Be President?."
Memphis, TN
Environment: Urban
Monica Brown
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload