DBQ Follow Up - 013787
For those who have participated in the initial DBQ training, this is a unique chance to get further clarification and training with the DBQ process. Kathy Uhlich will be here to review the DBQ process and how it is working in YOUR classroom. We will work on inference and POV, essay deconstructing, quick writes, and essay scoring. Participants should bring three copies EACH of two students' essays (a "really good" one and a "not so good" one). Students' names should be removed from copies. These essays will be used to calibrate scoring. We look forward to deepening our DBQ understanding together to create a classroom of critical thinkers.

Audiences Instructional Leaders, Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Teacher - Gifted Talented/Advanced Academics
Prerequisite/Special Notes device with wifi capabilities; study essays


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