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    • Gerald Ardito

      Create a Lesson Plan

      Your mission is to create a lesson plan. It can be for any grade level (1-6) and should be a science lesson.  It does not have to be a part of the unit you created. It does need to address these four questions: What am I teaching? Who am I teaching? How will I teach it? Ho...

      Tags: tch420, lesson planning, #mycoollessonplan

      • Jacqueline Manzano

        Science Lesson: 1st Grade

        Topic: Frog Life Cycle ( What am I teaching?) Time: < 30 minutes Age Group: 6-7 (Who am I teaching?) Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify what occurs during each stage of a frog’s life cycle.  Assessment: Students will create a small&nbs...

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        • Rachel Scarano

          #mycoollessonplan

          #mycoollessonplan   Lesson: What colors are in a rainbow? Topic: Rainbows Class: 4th grade   Lesson: 40 Minutes   Materials: -Picture Book “What Makes a Rainbow?” by Betty Schwartz -Rainbow worksheets   Objective: Students wi...

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          • Angelica Iris Ortiz

            Lesson Plan

            Lesson Plan: Parts of a Plant  Teaching to students in first grade.  First I will draw a plant (with all of its parts, unlabeled) in front of the class and ask the students what is the image I drew. When they answer plants, I will ask them questions about some plants they hav...

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            • Michael Smith

              Super Cool Lesson Plan

              Topic: Buoyancy in objects for First Grade Objective: By the end of the lesson, the students will know about buoyancy and be able to identify what objects will float and which will sink. Lesson: Present objects to the class, each of different buoyancy levels. With a see-throu...

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              • Rochelle Cadogan

                Lesson Plan

                Lesson Plan: 3rd Grade Science Topic: Potential and Kinetic Energy Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to differentiate between potential and kinetic energy by providing examples of activities done in both states.  Procedure: Teacher will begin discussing ener...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  Focus/Revise your Lesson Plan

                  You have already designed a lesson plan that addresses a science topic of your choice for a grade level of your choice.  Now, we want to zoom in a bit to clarify some parts of this plan. So, you are doing to do the following: 1. Identify the core concepts. Take some time and review...

                  Tags: TCH 420, Fall 2018, #mycoollessonplan

                  • Mikaela Fernandes-Dix

                    lesson plan - Classwork for 10/31

                    Mikaela Fernandes-Dix Topic: Metamorphosis - life cycle Grade: 3rd grade students Time: 45 Minutes Materials: Diagrams, Construction paper, pencils, colored pencils, YouTube videos, and whiteboard Procedure: As students the question “How do butterflies become butte...

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