the strategies used in this lesson? What aligned upgrades might be considered to better provide all students with opportunities to engage in the work of the lesson?GROUP PROTOCOLGroup Evidence Round Protocol– meant for groups of 4 or less1.(5-10min) View video 1; record running evidence on Collection Template – both teacher and student actions – with timestamps (this will help with discussion.) 2.(5min) Independently answer guiding reflection questions. 3.(20min) Evidence Comparison Round. While listening to evidence, look to see if youalso have the same evidence.a.(2min – 30 seconds each) Each person in the group shares response to the first guiding reflection questionb.(2 min) Compare evidence for each guiding question. What evidence did all group members indicate? What evidence should be added to your ownlist? What evidence should be retagged to another area in the guiding questions, and why? c.Repeat a & b for remaining questionsd.(10min) Group calibration: View video 2 and Guiding Reflection Questionsevidence tagging document; compare evidence collection template with the highlighted captions.e.(5min – 1min each) Share something learned from calibration exercise.4.(5min – 1 minute each) Each person in the group shares response to the extension question. 2
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