Lesson Planning- Cooperative learning

Lesson Planning- Cooperative learning - Lesson Plan...

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Lesson Plan Elements September 22, 2010 Wednesday, September 22, 2010
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Essential Question: Overarching questions that promote discussion and frame the concept being taught. What do you want students to take away from the lesson and apply to life? Essential questions make take a long time to answer and usually do not have a deFned speciFc answer Wednesday, September 22, 2010
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A question is essential when. ... 1. It provokes earnest discussion and questions about the subject matter 2. It focuses on big picture concepts 3. It requires students to look at multiple sources for evidence, support ideas and justify answers 4. It makes connections to prior experience and interests 5. It creates opportunities for connectivity to other subjects Wednesday, September 22, 2010
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What are the ethical challenges surrounding giftedness, performance, and savantism? Are the themes in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet universal? Have societal reactions to race/gender
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