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Overview:
In this lesson, learners will learn about
(1) The concept of critical thinking:
(2) How to adapt critical-thinking in everyday life through the pros and cons listing,
Subject:
Sociology
Level:
Middle School
Grades:
Grade 7, Grade 8
Material Type:
Lesson
Author:
Date Added:
04/08/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
Text/HTML

Comments

Eulalia Gallegos
on Apr 12, 03:16pm Evaluation

AASL.CLS.1.1.1: Strong (2)

This standard connects well with the lesson. It would be helpful to consider creating resources that lead students through the inquiry process. Consider including a standard AASL 21 Century Learning Standard, "Knowledge Sharing and Civic Engagement". It might be helpful to include specific suggestions on how students can collaborate through the lesson.

Eulalia Gallegos
on Apr 12, 03:16pm Evaluation

Quality of Assessments: Superior (3)

This resource includes a good outline of the lesson's assessments. Users might benefit from guidelines to score the assessment.

Eulalia Gallegos
on Apr 12, 03:16pm Evaluation

Quality of Technological Interactivity: Not Applicable (N/A)

Including visuals, video, and audio might inspire students to think critically during these activities. However, an important strength of this lesson is that it is adaptable to low-tech environments.

Eulalia Gallegos
on Apr 12, 03:16pm Evaluation

Quality of Explanation of the Subject Matter: Superior (3)

This resource provides a good amount of detail on the procedures for the lesson. Users might consider creating resources to help the target audience understand the subject matter.

Eulalia Gallegos
on Apr 12, 03:16pm Evaluation

Utility of Materials Designed to Support Teaching: Strong (2)

The user might consider including suggestions for ways to use materials with a variety of learners. For example, consider creating a PowerPoint or Google Slides presentation that includes audio, visuals, or video that engages users who prefer visual instruction. Likewise, consider creating samples for the instructor to use as demonstrations.

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Average Score (3 Points Possible)
Degree of Alignment2 (1 user)
Quality of Explanation of the Subject Matter3 (1 user)
Utility of Materials Designed to Support Teaching2 (1 user)
Quality of Assessments3 (1 user)
Quality of Technological InteractivityN/A
Quality of Instructional and Practice Exercises3 (1 user)
Opportunities for Deeper Learning3 (1 user)

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