Hi all! Keep up the fantastic effort with your historical investigation research projects. I am impressed with your attitude and engagement with this daunting task!
- I can explain the impacts of nationalism and revolutionary movements.
- I can effectively apply and conduct research.
- I can give and receive effective feedback for Parts A, B, and D.
- RAP: To open class, students wrote and shared aloud in response to the following question: What does effective feedback look like, sound like, and feel like? The purpose of this activity was to ground our work for the day and give class a chance to focus on the goal for the day.
- Main Stage: Students then formed pairs and reviewed their progress toward the HIRP using this Feedback Interview Sheet. By answering the questions with one another, students had a chance to reflect on their progress and troubleshoot any major hurdles. Several students pointed out to me that they had revised their research question for the better through these conversations!
- Closing: Students then used the feedback they received to work on, improve, and ultimately submit Parts B and D of their HIRP to Canvas. It is due by the end of the day. Remember, what you turn in will only be graded to give you feedback.