Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, critique others' reasoning

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Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
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In this activity Students will construct viable arguments supported by evidence and revise them while considering multiple viewpoints and reflecting on their thought processes. Metacognative skills are essential in learning. This activity “encourage[s] learners to interact with others, describe their learning processes, evaluate their performance and provide feedback to each other” [Osman and Hannafin, p. 96]. Using any artifact from your subject area (text, image, audio) students will 1) construct an argument based on evidence and 2) develop their ideas using feedback from peers 3) all by engaging in metacognitive processes.
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50 Minutes

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Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
Metacognitive activity: students construct arguments, crit
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