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CLP

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Evan Tarshish

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CLP Team G GRECK HIGH SCHOOL Target Students Chris
Actively participates in school
Plays baseball, volleyball, cross country skiing
Prefers to be by himself Big Ideas of Lesson Overview of Lesson Assessment "Significantly exceeds expectations" in reading and math
on state testing Demographics Emily Anita Develop an understanding of the economic and environmental impacts of fracking Understand the benefits and disadvantages of fracking through multiple perspectives Develop an understanding of the role of government legislation and its influence on the environment Overview of Unit Energy and Pollution Unit Global Citizenship Requirement Hydraulic Fracturing Lesson 95 Minute Block 3-2-1 Responses Stations 1. Science and process of fracking
visual demonstration of process of fracking and potential for pollution
teacher-led discussion 2. Real life story of fracking
students read a story of the impacts of fracking to different people and receive a stakeholder. Student-led discussion on the pros and cons 3. Legislation
students discover the legality of fracking and develop a possible bill to resolve the issue of pollution and clean water DEBATE Debrief School Mission: Greck High School is a learning community that fosters intellectual growth and habits of commitment, reflection, and wonderment, developing citizens who make a living, a life and a difference. Population: 1900 students Our Class Environmental Studies Class Mostly 11th graders Co-taught -Works well independently
-Has a very deep, strong relationship with family
-Struggles to make broader connections between course work and the “bigger picture”
-Does well on homework assignments, but struggles with assessment
-Intrapersonal and naturalistic
-Not linguistic, interpersonal, or bodily-kinesthetic TEAM G Global Citizenship Requirement End of unit project:
students choose an energy topic covered in class and create a project about it. Students will have the option to create:
an information brochure
poster board
video/psa
or an essay Students will debate the topic of fracking... Team G GRECK HIGH SCHOOL "Significantly exceeds expectations" in reading and math on state testing Demographics School Mission: Greck High School is a learning community that fosters intellectual growth and habits of commitment, reflection, and wonderment, developing citizens who make a living, a life and a difference. Population: 1900 students Chris Target Students Big Ideas of Lesson Develop an understanding of the economic and environmental impacts of fracking Understand the benefits and disadvantages of fracking through multiple perspectives Develop an understanding of the role of government legislation and its influence on the environment Overview of Unit Energy and Pollution Unit Global Citizenship Requirement Hydraulic Fracturing Lesson 95 Minute Block Our Class Environmental Studies Class Mostly 11th graders Co-taught Combination of Science and Social
Studies components Overview of Lesson 3-2-1 Responses Stations 1. Science and process of fracking:
visual demonstration of process of fracking and potential for pollution
teacher-led discussion 3. Legislation
students discover the legality of fracking and develop a possible bill to resolve the issue of pollution and clean water DEBATE Debrief
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Exit Slip Students will debate the topic of fracking... 2. Real life story of fracking
students read a story of the impacts of fracking to different people and receive a stakeholder. Student-led discussion on the pros and cons Assessment End of unit project:
students choose an energy topic covered in class and create a project about it. Students will have the option to create:
an information brochure
poster board
video/PSA
or an informative essay Robby Vollbrecht Caitlin Murphy Evan Tarshish Kellie Tutowski Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 ADHD 3 Categories of Symptoms:
Impulsivity, Inattentiveness, Hyperactivity
Emily's experience:
Symptoms under the inattentiveness category
Needs help with organization, staying focused
Receives extra time and help on assignments and tests
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