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INFOhio Blizzard Bags - Grades 9-12: Reflecting

Students follow the six dimensions of inquiry as they read, investigate, and complete the activities. Ohio's learning standards are integrated into the activities.

Reflecting: Activate Learning

Reflecting on Your Learning

Now that you have learned more about social media and shared what you have learned, answer the following questions in your notes:

  • What part of the unit and its activities was most helpful in your understanding of the topic? Why?
  • What part of the unit could be better?  What would you do to improve it? Why?
  • What was the most important thing you learned from this? What makes it important to you?
  • How will this learning affect you in the next few years as you complete high school?

Finally, fill in the final column, the L for "What I Learned" in your KWL&Q Chart, with your discoveries while completing this unit.

Reflecting on Your Learning

  1. Think about your social media accounts.Are they ready for your college or career transition? How will you use them in the next five years?Make changes now that will be helpful in getting ready for the future.
  2. Now that you have learned more about social media and shared what you have learned, answer the following questions in your notes:
    • What part of the unit and its activities was most helpful in your understanding of the topic? Why?
    • What part of the unit could be better?  What would you do to improve it? Why?
    • What was the most important thing you learned from this? What makes it important to you?
    • How will this learning affect you in the next few years as you complete high school?
  3. Fill in the final column, the L for "What I Learned," in your KWL&Q Chart, with your discoveries while completing this unit.
  4. If you wrote an argumentative paper, use the rubric below as a self-evaluation.