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This lesson is about debating. Students will learn debating is simply a discussion in which participants articulate, justify, and clarify their positions on a particular issue. Students will learn there is a polite and proper way to debate, and learn to accept a difference of opinion among peers. The topic of this debate will be focused on endangered animals throughout the world. Students will be discussing these endangered animals, how and why these animals became endangered, and forming an...
Students will be able to debate the pros and cons of saving endangered animals. Students will be able to differentiate between endangered and extinction. Students will be able to identify various animals on the endangered species list.
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Debating and group discussions.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Stephanie Bolen New Jersey Certified Elementary Teacher M.E.d
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62 completed classes
For the past decade, I am proud to have worked as a New Jersey public school teacher. I am not only able to observe the academic growth of students but also assist them in becoming problem solvers, independent thinkers, and goal setters. I feel...