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Landforms Lesson Plan Third Grade Science Lesson Topic: Landforms I. Goal: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the geography of the land. II. Content: Science Standard II: 2.5 III. Instructional Objectives: Given a chapter in their textbook on landforms: Students will be able to define the following glossary terms: landform, plain, plateau, valley, mountain, and hill with 100% accuracy. Students will be able to correctly answer comprehension questions concerning landforms. Students will be able to follow directions and make a model of a landform and interpret the results with 100% accuracy. IV. Teaching Procedures A. Introduction 1. Show the class pictures of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Plateau, and Great Plains. 2. Ask students to predict how they were formed. B. Developmental Activities 1. Have the students silently read and record the vocabulary definitions in their notebooks. 2. Orally read and discuss the landforms chapter.
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  • Summer '08
  • Jane Doe
  • Rocky Mountains

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