88 Using Performance Expectations to Build Units
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The performance expectations are a great place to start when building your units.  But, you need to be careful that you aren't just teaching what is listed in the PEs.  In this episode, we discuss how to use the performance expectations to build bundles and units with great phenomena.  The goal is to create units that authentically connect to the phenomenon so that it doesn't feel forced.   

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