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Science Lesson Plan #5

Science Lesson Plan #5 - Sara Green Lesson Plan#5 Subject...

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Sara Green Lesson Plan #5 Subject: Earth and Space Science Grade: 4 Content: Students will experiment with the three states of water, as well as getting an understanding of the water cycle. Prerequisites: The students should know the 3 states of water... liquid, gas, and solid. Instructional Objectives: The student will define and demonstrate the water cycle involving the processes of evaporation, condensation, precipitation and collection. Instructional Procedure: Introduction- On a large piece of paper draw a picture of the water cycle: A raining cloud with an arrow to a lake, then a sun with an arrow from the lake to the sun then back to the cloud. Also make small copies of this (on the paper squares) for the students or groups. Fill the plastic cups about halfway with water and place them on the student's desk or the group's area. Explain to the students that this is liquid water and this would be the rain and the water in the lake in the picture of the water cycle. (5-7min) Middle- Heat some water up in the pan over the hotplate and let it boil. Explain to the
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