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  1. page Desserts edited ... Raft Examples This site has more examples of rafts in math history and special education Raft…
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    Raft Examples This site has more examples of rafts in math history and special education
    Raft Examples This site has examples for English, math, history and science
    {raft student worksheet.pdf}
    {rafts more examples.pdf}
    {raft scoring rubric.pdf}

    Cubing:
    Using Bloom’s 6 taxonomic levels, create questions from each level over the assigned reading or topic you are covering. Make sure to number the questions. Students will then be split up into groups. Each student in the group will roll a die. The number the student rolls corresponds to the question he/she must answer within the group. If the same number is rolled, the student must come up with different answers or expound on a previous answer to the same question.
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  2. page Desserts edited ... Raft Website with discussion, uses and how to make with examples Raft Examples This site has …
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    Raft Website with discussion, uses and how to make with examples
    Raft Examples This site has more examples of rafts in math history and special education
    Raft Examples This site has examples for English, math, history and science
    Cubing:
    Using Bloom’s 6 taxonomic levels, create questions from each level over the assigned reading or topic you are covering. Make sure to number the questions. Students will then be split up into groups. Each student in the group will roll a die. The number the student rolls corresponds to the question he/she must answer within the group. If the same number is rolled, the student must come up with different answers or expound on a previous answer to the same question.
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  3. page Desserts edited ... This strategy can be used as bell work or a closure. Students will write according to the raft…
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    This strategy can be used as bell work or a closure. Students will write according to the raft that you assign. For example, the role might be a triangle and the audience a circle, the format would be a love letter, and the topic would be discussing the various types of triangles.
    Raft Website with discussion, uses and how to make with examples
    Raft Examples This site has more examples of rafts in math history and special education
    Cubing:
    Using Bloom’s 6 taxonomic levels, create questions from each level over the assigned reading or topic you are covering. Make sure to number the questions. Students will then be split up into groups. Each student in the group will roll a die. The number the student rolls corresponds to the question he/she must answer within the group. If the same number is rolled, the student must come up with different answers or expound on a previous answer to the same question.
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  4. page Desserts edited ... R-A-F-T: (Role, Audience, Format, Topic) This strategy can be used as bell work or a closure…
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    R-A-F-T: (Role, Audience, Format, Topic)
    This strategy can be used as bell work or a closure. Students will write according to the raft that you assign. For example, the role might be a triangle and the audience a circle, the format would be a love letter, and the topic would be discussing the various types of triangles.
    Raft Website with discussion, uses and how to make with examples
    Cubing:
    Using Bloom’s 6 taxonomic levels, create questions from each level over the assigned reading or topic you are covering. Make sure to number the questions. Students will then be split up into groups. Each student in the group will roll a die. The number the student rolls corresponds to the question he/she must answer within the group. If the same number is rolled, the student must come up with different answers or expound on a previous answer to the same question.
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