Reflection: Performance Tasks Let's Make One! - Section 3: Independent practice


This lesson was a pleasure. It was one of those relaxing, enjoyable periods where all the kids are working hard and enjoying themselves. The demonstration of what happens when directions are not clear, paid off in better directions than the ones they had written before. 70% of the students wrote very clear directions, and only 1 out of 29 was unable to complete the task. 

  Performance Tasks: Results
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Let's Make One!

Unit 4: Writing informational/explanatory text
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT write a sequential list of directions for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Big Idea: Disgusting, inedible or delicious; it depends on the recipe.

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  48 minutes
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