Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Introduction to Utah's Native American Tribes - Section 2: Student Quick Write


The quick write in this assignment is a great way to clear up misunderstandings or misconceptions that the students often have about Native American tribes.  This gives me as a teacher insight into what those misconceptions may be.  It also gives the student a why to self evaluate. As they complete the unit and complete a final quick write, they will compare the two pieces to see what they have learned and maybe what they misunderstood at first.

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  Student Self-Assessment: Quick Write
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Introduction to Utah's Native American Tribes

Unit 11: Native American Tribes of Utah
Lesson 1 of 22

Objective: SWBAT write about their prior knowledge of Utah Native Americans as we begin our Utah Native American unit.

Big Idea: I will be introducing our Native American unit by introducing the students to some artifacts I have collected. We will also be writing about what we already know about Native American Tribes in Utah.

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Social Studies, Indians, Writing, English / Language Arts, Writing Process, subject integration, Language Arts, Native American
  50 minutes
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