1. Identify "enduring understandings" that are important to this standard.
2. Identify which facets of understanding will help you determine if your students "understand."
3. Provide an example of what that would look like in the classroom.
I have attached 6 facets of understandings.
Our learning expectation will be to break down and examine how community, private, and commercial service providers actually provide services for families in a community.
Students should have to explain why their analysis is the right one. They should have to explain or justify how they examined each of the service providers by developing an illustration (graph or chart) to explain, compare, and contrast the principles and practices of each particular model of service (community, private, and commercial).
Classroom: Students will develop an illustration (graph or chart) to explain, compare, and contrast the principles and practices of each particular model of service (community, private, and commercial).
Students should have to explain how they avoided the pitfalls of looking for the "right answer" and how they demanded principled answers. Students need to show how they were able to encompass as many salient facts and points of view as possible. Students should demonstrate their understanding by investigating and reporting the history, or the story of the development of ...
6 facets of understandings are clearly emphasized.