Active vs. Passive Learning - Using the Big Six Reading Strategies

Active vs. Passive Learning - Using the Big Six Reading Strategies
Active vs. Passive Learning - Using the Big Six Reading Strategies
Active vs. Passive Learning - Using the Big Six Reading Strategies
Active vs. Passive Learning - Using the Big Six Reading Strategies
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This lesson is designed to introduce students to the concept of active learning versus passive learning through an introduction of the Big Six Reading Strategues. It leads students through the viewing of pictures, first in a passive manner, and then in an active manner, and asks them to evaluate how their thinking changed.

This lesson works best if followed by a lesson directly related to using the Big Six on a reading for class.
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