Whew, you've almost made it through your historical investigation! Its hard to believe that you've been working on the project for nearly a month now. I am looking forward to reading and reviewing your work! On Monday we'll have a chance to celebrate and reflect on your work.
- I can explain the impacts of nationalism and revolutionary movements.
- I can effectively apply and conduct research.
- I can give and receive effective feedback about the HIRP.
- RAP: Students began class by reviewing the posters they created on Tuesday that summarized what it will take to receive a "4" on the HIRP using the detailed HIRP instructions. Students made these posters in order to better understand what exactly they must do to excel on their research projects. Afterward students completed some quick writing and reflection.
- Main Stage: Next students held another round of peer reviews using this interview sheet with a class partner. Students spent time interviewing one another, learning about their partner's research, and providing them with clear feedback for how they can improve. I also used this time to model to students what a finished product looks like, and provided them with copies of a finished product in class. To see an example of a final HIRP, click here.
- Closing: Students finished class by continuing to work on their research using the feedback from their submissions on canvas. I workshopped with as many students as possible during this time, and encouraged students to seek each others support. HIRP is due on Monday!