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1. Phase Four: What Will I Have to Change in Order to Achieve My Goal?

2. Connecting to students’ life ambitions

3. Encouraging application of knowledge.

4. Connecting to Students’ Lives

5. Analogical Reasoning Tasks

6. Phase One: What Do I Want to Accomplish?

7. Provide Choice

8. Design Cognitively Challenging Tasks

9. Comparison Tasks

10. 1. Identify the items to be compared.

11. 2. Select the characteristics on which the comparison will be based.

12. 3.For each characteristic, identify the similarities and differences.

13. Explain what was learned from doing the comparison.

14. Common aspects for comparison are based on physical characteristics, processes, a sequence of events, cause-and-effect relationships, psychological characteristics, and fame or notoriety.

15. Phase Two: Who Else Has Accomplished the Same Goal? Who Will Support Me?

16. Phase Three: What Skills and Resources Will I Need to Accomplish My Goal?

17. Phase Five: What Is My Plan for Achieving My Goal, and How Hard Will I Have to Work?

18. Phase Six: What Small Steps Can I Take Right Now?

19. Phase Seven: How Have I Been Doing? What Have I Learned About Myself?

20. Decision making

21. Problem solving

22. Experimental inquiry

23. Investigation

24. • A written report • An oral report • A dramatic presentation • A debate • A videotaped report • A demonstration or simulation