Universal Human Experience: The Final Exploration  


Essential Question:

Is ____ a Universal Human Experience? If so, what is its significance to humans? If not, why isn’t it a necessary experience to be human?

Objectives:

- review works from entire year

- craft an overarching statement about significance of a Universal Human Experience

- support UHE statement with specific instances in year’s texts

- conduct outside research to support UHE statement

- synthesize argument into narrative form – beginning, middle, end

Assessments:

        - plot / synthesis chart of works read Sophomore Year

        - focused revision of UHE Claim

        - general AND specific support from each work (context and quotations)

        - specific support from real-world examples (demonstrates research ability)

        - final argument in visual narrative form (beginning, middle, end that can be handed out) – can be powerpoint, Explain Everything, video, outline

        - EdCafe presentation

        - Overall Metacognitive (with attached rubrics)

Grading:

        - 100pts for process (10 artifacts of process)

        - 100pts for final visual narrative of UHE Claim

        - 100pts for EdCafe (peer evaluations taken into consideration)

        - 100pts for Overall Metacognitive


Calendar:

27

28

C / E exams

29

D / F exams

F computer lab

30

G exam

31

Class Day

3

A / C / F computer lab

4

Science MCAS A-D

5

Science MCAS A-D

F computer lab

6

7

10

C computer lab

11

A / C / F computer lab

12

A / C / F computer lab

13

Visuals DUE

Final Presentation Practice

Finals Review

14

EdCafes

17

EdCafes

18

EdCafes

19

Debrief

Portfolio Reflection

Finals Review

20

D exam

Final Review

Metacognitive Letters due

21

A / C exam

Portfolio Letters Due

24

B / F exam

25

E / G exam