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Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students

Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
Curriculum Compacting Explanation for Students
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One form of curriculum compacting for students involves allowing students to choose to be in a compacting group right from the start of a unit. Students are given approximately one week to study the current chapter, take notes, complete study guides and independent application activities. After this week, the students will take a unit test. If they score above a certain score, the students will go on to complete an independent project related to the unit topic. If not, they return to the regular, teacher-directed group.

This PowerPoint explains Curriculum Compacting to students. It is written for a science classroom and explains how it will work. It is a good overview to help students understand what curriculum compacting means and will look like for them in the classroom.
Total Pages
7 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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