How do you wrap up the year? I think it is important to reflect, and to allow your students to reflect on the year and what they have learned as well.
This activity gives students some good closure and reflection on the year, and on what they have learned. It also gives you new insight into what they got out of the year, and what they found important. This can be completed in class, or as a homework assignment that they present or turn in.
This includes two versions. One makes reference to science students and science class, and the other is more generic.
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