Before we started our “This I Believe” unit, on an index card, I had the students write down two questions they had about the word, “belief” or write down one thing that they believed in. Their questions turned into great essential questions to help me backwards plan the rest of the unit. Of course, using the neon-colored index cards just made it more attractive on the wall! Then, I had my student-aide hang everything up. You have to not care if anything is straight when you ask your student-aide to hang things for you; it is the beauty of having a student-aide in middle school. High-res

Before we started our “This I Believe” unit, on an index card, I had the students write down two questions they had about the word, “belief” or write down one thing that they believed in. Their questions turned into great essential questions to help me backwards plan the rest of the unit. Of course, using the neon-colored index cards just made it more attractive on the wall! Then, I had my student-aide hang everything up. You have to not care if anything is straight when you ask your student-aide to hang things for you; it is the beauty of having a student-aide in middle school.

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