Today’s Objective(s): SWBAT
- Explain the different components to the Daily Board
- Reflect on their performance during Semester 1
- Identify the things they did well in the first semester, and plan ways to build on them, as well as the things they could have done better.
Do Now – 10 minutes
- Take 3 minutes and study the side board – what I’ve named the Daily Board, and be ready to answer questions about it
- We’ll discuss as a class thereafter
LESSON – 40 minutes
Today is all about reflection, and to reflect properly, we have to start by taking notice, and being fully conscious of the thing(s) we’re reflecting about. So, please take 3 mins and do the following
- Please take out a piece of lined paper and make it look like the example on the board
- Log into your Parent Portal and get 2 things. First, the grade you received on your final challenge. Second, your overall grade for semester 1. Write them both down in the correct place on your paper, then close your computer and put it away
Now, on the paper that you’ve set up as instructed, you’ll be responding to the following prompts. ((No need to write the questions down.))
The Final Challenge of the 1st Semester: Tell Someone Else’s Story of Equity
- The grade I earned on my final challenge was _______.
- Are you happy with the grade you earned on the final challenge? Why or why not? Explain fully.
Challenge Course: Semester 1
- The grade I earned in this class for semester 1 is _______.
- Are you happy with the grade you earned in this class last semester? Why or why not? Explain fully.
- What do you think you did well in the Challenge class last semester?
- What do you think you could have done better last semester?
- What class did you find the most success in last semester? Why do you think that is?
If any of today’s classwork was not completed, please get it done tonight and hand it to me 1st thing tomorrow.
- Articulate why human rights are important to them as individuals
- Order and explain the historical evolution of HRs using primary sources
- Identify historical and/or modern day examples of human rights violations
- Synthesize understanding about existing human rights, and about issues/violations in our community to develop new, relevant ideas that connect to our community