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Lesson 9: Know/Need To Know

posted Dec 12, 2011, 4:28 AM by marcsole@newdesignhigh.com   [ updated Dec 12, 2011, 4:35 AM by davidrothauser@newdesignhigh.com ]
Welcome back to class!

In today's class you'll be:

  • Creating a Know/Need To Know Chart
Creating a Know/Need To Know Chart (Everyone makes one in their notebook)

  • In order to create this chart, you will need to make a T-Chart in your notebook. At the top of one column write "KNOW" at the top of the other write "NEED TO KNOW"
  • Begin to fill out the "KNOW" side of the chart by listing the things that you know that will help in your identical cousins argument.
  • You should write complete sentences. For example, "I know that a genotype is determined by the type of genes you have"
  • DO NOT WRITE "Genotype"
  • Remember, this is a list of all of the things that you have learned that will back up your argument.
  • In the "NEED TO KNOW" column, you will write a list (in complete sentences) of the things we still need to know in order to make our argument. For example "Are there other ways that genes are inherited besides from parents?"
With 10 minutes left in class, we will make a class KNOW/NEED TO KNOW chart.
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