Reflection: Rigor Project Work, Day Two - Section 3: Project Work Time


Two groups felt they were done today. I meandered over to them after I saw them sitting idle.

"We're done." Common defense. How about I review the work?

"Okay." I offer some advice for improvement (which is received with frowns) and leave them to work.

I try to take advantage of "done" time to push students' thinking and work quality, no matter what task they are working on.

  We're Done
  Rigor: We're Done
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Project Work, Day Two

Unit 2: Finding Themes and Making Inferences in Literature
Lesson 16 of 17

Objective: Students will be able to summarize a text, analyze for themes, and make and support an inferential point by creating a video project of their novel.

Big Idea: Lights, camera, action--analyzing a text via video.

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