Float a Boat Analysis and Conclusion Project - Section 4: Evaluate

  • float a boat analysis and conclusion
  Float a Boat Analysis and Conclusion Project
Loading resource...

Float-a-Boat: Student Choice Assessments and Cooperative Grading

Unit 5: Forces and Motion
Lesson 5 of 18

Objective: Students will be able to communicate the results of an investigation and work with a peer to assess their learning to determine a final grade.

Big Idea: As scientists, we rely on criticism from our peers as a way to improve our practice. Self-reflection is also important as it allows us to practice thinking about our thinking, which leads to creative breakthroughs and meaningful work.

  Print Lesson
11 teachers like this lesson
Similar Lessons
Who is August Wilson? Finding the Main Ideas and Supporting Details in an Obituary Using Chunking
9th Grade ELA » Fences: Character and Theme Analysis in Drama
Big Idea: Why do we study August Wilson's plays? Let chunking lead you to the central ideas, and they will uncover the answer!

Environment: Urban
Donna Fletcher
The Atmosphere
6th Grade Science » Earth's Atmosphere and Weather
Big Idea: By pondering what Earth would be like without an atmosphere, students gain a better perspective of its purpose and function.
Brooklyn, NY
Environment: Urban
Drewe Warndorff
Prove it!
6th Grade ELA » Unit 2: Part II Elements of Fiction
Big Idea: Students work with complex text and concepts to argue a change within a character.
Plainfield, IL
Environment: Suburban
Tiffany Rose
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload