Planning conceptual units has been the focus in EDU 6361. The first part of this planning process is producing a unit rationale. My conceptual unit focuses on the development of a specific strategy; teaching how to locate viable research to support an argument, compile that research, and present findings. Click the link below to see my complete unit rationale, written in the form of a letter to my students and their guardians.
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