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Learning Interchange
National Writing Institute

Monday, November 20, 2017
Facet 1: A student who really understands can explain. Accurate, coherent, justified, systematic, predictive
Facet 4: A student who really understands can see in perspective. Credible, revealing, insightful, plausible, unusual
Facet 2: A student who really understands can interpret. Meaningful, insightful, significant, illustrative, illuminating
Facet 5: A student really understands demonstrates empathy. Sensitive, open, receptive, perceptive, tactful
Facet 3: A student who really understands can apply. Effective, efficient, fluent, adaptive, graceful
Facet 6: A student who really understands reveals selfknowledge. Self-aware, metacognitive, self-adjusting, reflective, wise

 

Adapted from work by Grant Wiggins & Jay McTighe








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