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EDUC 2204: Lesson Plan Format for a 90-Minute Lesson Teacher_________________________________________________________________ Lesson Title: _______________Evolution of the Atmosphere_______________ Unit Goals and Domains Addressed in this Lesson: Instructional Objectives: Students will analyze data of natural processes using different types of rocks and information found on the computers Common Core Standards or Grade Level Expectations: Analyze data related to a variety of natural processes to determine the time frame of the changes involved Use fossil records to explain changes in the concentration of atmospheric oxygen over time. Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills Needed: Be able to understand graphs New Terms or Concepts: Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels: Evaluating, analyzing Accommodations for Diversity: Students have the choice to work in a group or not. Notes using projector and guided notes.
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OPENING Academic Focus: List and explain how the teacher and students will open the lesson. Time: 10 minutes What will the teacher do? What will the students do? Begin with the question, “Do all forms of life on Earth require oxygen in their environment?” Ask the students to identify the organisims that produce the oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere. Debate on the guided question.
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