Break Out Bags/Boxes/Escape Room

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Arizona Agriculture Teachers Association (AATA)NATAA July 16-20, 2018Alissa SmithNAAE teachag inquiry nataa18 

Syllabus, Emergencies & Technology (Break Out Boxes)

Performance Objective: Synthesize information, knowledge and experience to generate original ideas and challenge assumptions in the in the workplace and community

Daily Objective:

Solve different clues utilizing class syllabus, emergency expectations and class technology programs

Identify emergency expectations

Review use of technology

Bell Work: 5 Min

Students:

  1. Please find your name tent and your assigned seat for today. I trust that you will not switch seats.

Question: What are some steps that Mr. Gaspar takes to correct behavior?

Lesson Directions: 5 min

Challenge: Solve different clues utilizing class syllabus, emergency expectations and class technology programs

Student will use tools and resources at their desk to complete the break out bags challenge.

They will get one question card if they need help or are confused.

Break-out Boxes: 40 min

Students will work together in teams to solve different clues from sections of the Student Handbook to unlock their break-out box for their prize.

Teacher: Give hints while monitoring their progress on the challenge. Use the students question cards to help out all the students when they are used. Restate the question to all the students and give them all the answer.

Clean Up: 5 min

Students will properly put all the materials back in the break out boxes so they are ready for the next class.

Summary: 5 mins

Most Valuable Point (MVP): What was the most valuable thing you learned from today's lesson?

 

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