10 Facts

Tomorrow students should be turning in 10 Facts.  We’ve given examples in class and reviewed, thoroughly, what I expect.  It’s very simple, actually – students have collected 15, 20, or 30 facts as they researched their Big Question last week.  As they have completed their research and have answered their big question, some facts stand out as more useful or relevant than others.  Students should be selecting 10 facts, per PROJECT (either partner, group, or alone) that best helped them answer their Big Question.  Ideally, these are the 10 big things they students learned.  If you ask your son/daughter what they learned when doing this project, these 10 things should stand out first.

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