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WGU Connected Learning Segment Overview Introduction to the “WGU Connected Learning Segment Overview” Template (2:23) General Information General Information (2:10) Teacher Education Candidate Name: Tausha Piep Date Developed: June 11,2021 Connected Learning Segment Title: Descriptive title for your connected learning segment The Wonders of the Solar System Period/Time Estimate: 6 hours of instructional time Grade Level: 2 nd grade Number of Students: 20 Central Focus: The central focus is a topic such as the solar system, life cycles, or the civil rights movement. Solar System Three Books Florian Douglas. 2007 1 April. Comet, Stars, Moon, and Mars: Space Poems and Paintings. HMN Books. Mcnulty Faith. 2005 1 October. If you decide to go to the moon. Scholastic Inc. Shetterly Lee Margot. 2018 16 June. Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race. William Morrow and Company. PAGE 1
Lesson 1 Information Lesson Information (0:50) State/National Academic Standard State/National Academic Standards (0:30) Subject Subject (1:03) Learning Objective(s) (behavior, condition, criteria) Learning Objectives (0:26) Foundations of Writing Learning Objectives (3:32) Overview of Strategies and Learning Tasks Overview of Strategies and Learning Tasks (1:09) Description of Formative and Summative Assessment Description of Formative and Summative Assessment (0:46) Science 2.2.2 Observe and record recognizable objects and patterns in the night sky. Science After reading Comet, Stars, the Moon and Mars (Florian. 2007) and giving examples of the constellations the students should demonstrate an understanding of recognizable objects and patterns in the night sky. They will demonstrate an understanding of this concept by drawing a map of two constellations and two planets in their science journals. They will correctly identify 3 constellations and 8 planets in their science journals to show competency. Learning Resources : The teacher will play a read aloud from the book Comets, Stars, the Moon, and Mars. (Florian. 2007) and discuss the pattern of constellations and planets highlighted in the book. Teacher will use constellation cut outs and shine light behind them to show the students the patterns on the wall. Modeling : Teacher will introduce the children to the teacher’s science journal. The teacher will explain how they use it to record facts and details about the solar system and the constellations. Guided Practice : Students will share with their tables, different 2 constellations and 2 planets they observed from the story’s illustrations. Independent Practice : Students will draw a map with two constellations and two planets in their science journal. Students will then

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