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Rigor & Relevance Example Lesson Plan

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Kristie Atkins

on 3 August 2014

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Transcript of Rigor & Relevance Example Lesson Plan

The Big Ideas (RELEVANCE)!
*The students will make conjectures about our essential question (How does severe weather
affect us
?).
Text Evidence
Reading
the Story
Essential
Question:
How does severe weather affect us?
Rigor & Relevance:
Example Lesson Plan

What was I supposed to
learn?

Why do I think the author
included that information?
The Product

http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/olivia/16151707/?s=N8cEjS&ref=link
http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/haley/16151856/?s=p24D9W&ref=link
My Example:
http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/mrs-atkins-text-evidence-example/16143762/?s=Av3by9&ref=link
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5 W Question Wheel (lower levels of Blooms)-During Reading
Bloom's: Evaluation (Deciding what's important)
Bloom's: Synthesis (Creating product that showcases findings)
Stick Pick-Higher Level Questioning-After Reading

EXPLORE TIME: Play around with Stick Pick.

How could YOU use this to work on incorporating more higher-level questioning into your classroom?
EXPLORE TIME!

Play around with Educreations, Movenote, or Knowmia.

How could you use these apps to increase Rigor and Relavance in your classroom?
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