Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Revision Day: Determining What Worked and What Didn't in Board Games - Section 3: Final Exam Prep: Student Questions and Review


As there were no comments left by the substitute, students' study time went smoothly. Following up with the students, some said they chose to work on their own, reading the review guide, some said they worked with a partner, asking questions. Those whom I asked all agreed that being allowed to find what they wanted worked best. Based on their behavior during the following open review, I agree that they (appeared to) use their time wisely.

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  Student Led Inquiry: Thoughts on an Open Review
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Revision Day: Determining What Worked and What Didn't in Board Games

Unit 6: Collaborative Speaking & Listening: Designing Identity in "The Catcher in the Rye" Boardgame
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT develop and revise their writing by incorporating peer feedback into their "Catcher in the Rye" board game review.

Big Idea: Revision skills extend beyond essay writing; practice in other scenarios makes perfect!

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English / Language Arts, design process, Listening and Speaking, revising, peer feedback, final exams, collaborative learning, Catcher in the Rye
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