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March Faculty Meeting
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by Alex Fangman
| 12 Questions
Note from the author:
To be used at RCH March Faculty meeting 3/6/2018
1
1 pt
Students label a worksheet on the water cycle
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
2
1 pt
In a small group students "pass the pen" to draw and label the water cycle. Using one piece of paper and on pen, students take turns adding to the water cycle. Each student explains what is being added.
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
3
1 pt
Students explain how the water cycle would be affected if chemical runoff from a local factory is introduced to a stream
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
4
1 pt
Students formulate a hypothesis about what might happen if the American voting system allowed for the direct election of presidents.
Particpation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
5
1 pt
Students read two opinion pieces about direct election and electoral college system
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
6
1 pt
In groups of 4, each student writes one idea about what might happen if the American voting system allowed for the direct election of presidents (instead of the current electoral college system) on a brainstorming paper that gets passed around the table. Each student adds one idea to the paper until no more ideas can be added. Discussion follows about which ideas are plausible and will be shared with the whole class.
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
7
1 pt
Students use tiles to show the difference between square numbers and non-square numbers
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
8
1 pt
Students use tiles to create a series of three square numbers and the write a formula for figuring out the next three squares
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
9
1 pt
Students complete a workbook page on square numbers
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
10
1 pt
Students brainstorm cardiovascular exercises
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
11
1 pt
On whiteboards, students brainstorm cardiovascular exercises, then pass their boards to the next person to add another exercise.
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
12
1 pt
Students brainstorm a list of non-cardiovascular exercises on index cards. Then they select one of the cards & write 2 ways to turn that into a cardiovascular exercise.
Participation
Active Engagement
Cognitive Engagement
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