Session 2 - March 16th

Forming central ideas

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Tuning in / Session 1 - March 14th / Session 3 - March 17th

Notes

By Andrea
  • what is S.M.A.R.T

  • What makes a Central Idea?
  • With a partner, Collaborate ideas for a new central idea from a blue sheet then picking which one you want for a central
  • idea with your partner in one minute for each person you may even join all seven ideas.
  • Try to read then remember the central idea.
  • save the planet for future generations and opening new opportunities for everyone.
  • Making groups with letters,animal,color,or number.
  • Discuss what makes a good central idea with the new group we were just put in.
  • Don't just focus on just one topic focus on the whole thing.
  • Be careful the central idea should be short and cover a lot of things not a 3 page essay.
  • Communities unite together to share the
  • planet and it's resources with other living things, solving conflicts to make the place better for future generations and opening new and equal opportunities for everyone.
  • As communities there are rights and responsibilities to help solve problems creating a better or more opportunistic future for future generations
  • Globally sharing finite resources can solve conflict and bring peace to the world so everyone has equal opportunities
  • Communities can untite to save the planet to make a better future
  • We need access to our equal opportunities to solve conflicts and share finite resources tohave equal opportunities
  • Individuals and communities come together to save the planet and share finite resources to have equal opportunities
  • In communities people share rights and responsibilities to make the future a better place with more equal opportunities
  • Communities come together to share finite resources with other living things and resolve conflict giving everybody opportunities
  • There are equal opportunities when sharing finite resources and solving conflicts when making the world a better place




  • Scribe By Rio
  • Remembering what S.M.A.R.T
  • Reading and remembering the central idea
  • Creating A new, brief Central Idea
  • With a partner, read through the central ideas. Pick different parts to make a whole new one.
  • Central Idea Options:
  • Communities unite together to share the planet and it's resources with other living things, solving conflicts to make the place better for future generations and opening new and equal opportunities for everyone.
  • As communities there are rights and responsibilities to help solve problems creating a better or more opportunistic future for future generations
  • Globally sharing finite resources can solve conflict and bring peace to the world so everyone has equal opportunities
  • Communities can unite to save the planet to make a better future
  • Communities have a right and responsibility to unite and create opportunities to make a better future
  • We need access to our equal opportunities to solve conflicts and share finite resources to have equal opportunities
  • Individuals and communities come together to save the planet and share finite resources to have equal opportunities
  • In communities people share rights and responsibilities to make the future a better place with more equal opportunities
  • Communities come together to share finite resources with other living things and resolve conflict giving everybody opportunities
  • There are equal opportunities when sharing finite resources and resolving conflicts when making the world a better place

Presentation



Outcomes


Central Idea options
Communities unite together to share the planet with other living things solving conflicts for future generations and opening new and equal opportunities for everyone.



As communities there are rights and responsibilities to help solve problems creating a better or (more opportunistic) future for future generations.

Globally sharing finite resources can solve conflict and bring peace to the world so everyone has equal opportunities.

Communities can unite to save the planet to make a better future.

Communities have a right and responsibility to unite and create opportunities to make a better future.

We need access to our equal opportunities to solve conflicts and share finite resources with other living things to make peace.

Individuals and communities come together to save the planet and share finite resources to have equal opportunities.

In communities people share rights and responsibilities to make the future a better place with more equal opportunities.

Communities come together to share finite resources with other living things and resolve conflict giving everybody equal opportunities.

There are equal opportunities when sharing finite resources and resolving conflicts when making the world a better place.




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Today's scribes

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Finalising the central idea

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