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EDUC 2204: Lesson Plan Format for a 90-Minute Lesson Teacher_________________________________________________________________ Lesson Title: _____________How Big are the Stars?__________________________ Unit Goals and Domains Addressed in this Lesson: Stars. Creating equations. Instructional Objectives: Students will be able to explain the relationship between radius and mass among a list of stars. Students will understand how a binary star system’s orbit can cause changes in the observed brightness of the system. Common Core Standards or Grade Level Expectations: Students will determine the diameters of stars by analyzing data and manipulating equations. Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills Needed: How to read a table. New Terms or Concepts: Binary solar system. Being able to create an equation. Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels: Application, understanding , and evalutating Accommodations for Diversity: Being able to work in groups. A hands on experiment.
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OPENING Academic Focus: List and explain how the teacher and students will open the lesson. Time: What will the teacher do? What will the students do? Instruct students to write a ratio of girls to boys, people in the class over 5 ft. tall vs. under 5 ft., etc. After making the ratio, students will convert a set of given ratios into decimals and percents. Annotation: Discuss the instructional value of your opening activities. How do these activities prepare students for learning the objectives?
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