Reflection: Real World Applications Native American Petroglyphs - Sharing Our Writing - Section 2: Sharing Our Writing


I firmly believe that allowing students to share with the class frequently, helps them develop life skills that will help them not only as they continue their educations but also in the job market as well.  Public speaking is a great skill to develop and the fear of public speaking can be difficult to overcome as an adult.  If the students can overcome that fear while they are young, most likely that fear will be non-existent or not as intense as an adult.

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Native American Petroglyphs - Sharing Our Writing

Unit 11: Native American Tribes of Utah
Lesson 17 of 22

Objective: SWBAT present their opinion writing piece to the rest of the class.

Big Idea: We have been writing an opinion paper. Today the students get to share their writing with the rest of the class.

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English / Language Arts, Social Studies, Writing, Indians, Writing Process, Native Americans, opinion, subject integration
  60 minutes
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