More Specific than “Smart”

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Students hear the word “smart” used frequently, but what does it even mean? In this video they’ll brainstorm characters they consider “smart” and then create more specific compliments. Eventually, students will create a situation in which a group of “smart” characters must interact to solve a problem using their unique strengths.

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