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By Pat Flynn, Don Mesibov, Paul Vermette

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The teacher can use an individual assessment after the student demonstrations, if the teacher has difficulty assessing which students understood what as she worked the room and observed the evidence of the student learning. ¨ Task Authenticity: The connection made in the exploratory phase between stu- dents’ feelings of lack of control of their lives and the status of slaves was designed to give the lesson a degree of real-world context. The students’ performances before their classmates provide an audience beyond the teacher.

During the exploratory phase, the students were asked whether they had ever felt that they had no control of their lives and whether Harriet Tubman had had control of her life. Therefore, the teacher might revisit these questions and try to generate dialogue on how Harriet Tubman gained control and whether the means she used to exercise control are available to most people or were unique to her situation. How does this discovery phase for the Harriet Tubman lesson address the criteria? ¨ Learning Objectives: The learning objectives of the task are based on the elemen- tary-level social studies standard 1 and related core curriculum.

Demonstrate a control of the conventions of written English. Exploratory Phase ¨ Students tell about a field trip. ¨ Students identify people who help make the field trip a success. ¨ Students read quality thank-you notes and identify what makes a quality thank-you note. Discovery Phase Performance Task: Each student is assigned to write a thank-you note to one of the identified persons who made the field trip a success. Discovery Learning Objectives The reader will begin to develop the understanding that the planning of an effective lesson starts with a learning task designed around learning objectives that students find engaging.

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