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==Unit 3 Objectives==
 
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1) In a social studies classroom the student (classroom teacher) will be able to evaluate and explain the dynamics of the components of a higher order thinking question.
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2) In a social studies classroom the student (classroom teacher) will be able to create a higher order thinking question.
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3) In a social studies classroom the student (classroom teacher) will be able to implement higher order questions at least 5 times a class period to enhance student learning.
  
 
==Mini-Lecture==
 
==Mini-Lecture==

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Unit 3 Introduction

Unit 3 Objectives

1) In a social studies classroom the student (classroom teacher) will be able to evaluate and explain the dynamics of the components of a higher order thinking question.

2) In a social studies classroom the student (classroom teacher) will be able to create a higher order thinking question.

3) In a social studies classroom the student (classroom teacher) will be able to implement higher order questions at least 5 times a class period to enhance student learning.

Mini-Lecture

Activities

Conclusion

Go on to Unit 4 Encouraging Student Responses and Providing Engaging Feedback

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