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WGU Connected Learning Segment Overview TemplateGeneral InformationTeacher Education Candidate Name:Abigail BeemerDate Developed:12/01/2020Connected Learning Segment Title:‘Exploring the Stars’Period/Time Estimate:3 Instructional HoursGrade Level:4th GradeNumber of Students:18 studentsCentral Focus:Science: (Solar System / Astrology)Lesson 1 InformationState/National Academic Standard4. ESS1.2 Use a model to explain how the orbit of the Earth and sun cause observable patterns: a. day and night;Subject:Science: (Solar System) (Astrology)Learning Objective(s) Students will write a short story from the point of view of the Sun. Students must include at least five facts they have learned about the Sun in their short story and use three different resources to show they have collected data. Each requirement is worth 10 points with anoverall 80-point accuracy. Overview of Strategies andLearning TasksUsing the book ‘The Sun – Our Amazing Star’ as a reference, the teacher will show the students using a physical model ofthe Earth-sun-moon system to describe the cyclic patterns of the moon, seasons and eclipses of the Sun. For Guided Practicethe teacher will have the students be split into groups to create an interactive diagram of the Sun and its orbit around the earth as a team collaboration.Description of Formative:During the discussion of the physical model of the Sun and Earth the teacher will ask probing questions thatwill check for student understanding as well as circulating around the classroom during the team collaboration of the interactive diagram.Summative Assessment:The summative assessment will be a short story assignment from the
point of view of the Sun. Students must include at least five facts they have learned about the Sun(50 points) in theirshort story and use three different resources(30 points) to show they have collected data. Each requirement is worth 10 points with an overall 80-point accuracyLesson 2 InformationState/National Academic Standard4.FL.VA.7c Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and

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