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Science Lesson Plan #9

Science Lesson Plan #9 - Sara Green Lesson Plan#9 Subject...

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Sara Green Lesson Plan #9 Subject: Earth and Space Science Grade: 4 Content: Some materials are non-renewable; they cannot be replaced or can be replaced only at such slow rates and under such rare conditions that they are for all practical purposes not renewable at all. Prerequisites: Students should understand why there is a need to reduce, reuse, and recycle trash and a conceptual understanding of waste and waste management. Instructional Objectives: Students will be able to describe what waste is and define alternative views of waste. Students will identify and investigate environmental issues and potential solutions. Instructional Procedure: Introduction- Talk with the students about using all parts of items to reduce waste, stress the importance of the large amounts of waste that Americans produce every day. Read the book Save It! Keep It! Use It Again! A Book About Conservation and Recycling to the students. (5-7min) Middle- 1. Discuss resources with students. Ask how a potato, orange, and banana are a resource.
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