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--What new realizations or thoughts did you gain about our content while working on this assignment? --What was the most difficult part of this process for you? What was the easiest or most fun? --Did you review the rubric and directions for this assignment? If so, at what point in your work process did do you do that? Before? During? After? --If you could do this assignment over again, how would you do it differently? --What do you notice about the way your project relates to or differs from the ones we’ve reviewed in class (in content and structure)? Be as specific as possible.

Ms. Millet

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Project Reflection

Respond to the following questions here on SeeSaw after viewing presentations and conversing with peers on the Google Doc.

11th Grade, 12th Grade, 10th Grade, English Language Arts, History
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