Lesson Plan Workshop Example

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/10 LESSON PLAN WORKSHOP
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5/7/10 Your job as an audience member: Provide constructive praise and criticism (can use the rubric to determine where the strengths and weaknesses lie) Translate what you learn from this exercise to your own
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5/7/10 Example #1 Title : Dancing in the Solar System Grade: 3 Subject Areas: Science and Dance
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5/7/10 Overview After completing a unit based on the Solar System, students will be asked to research a specific planet, the sun, a comet or a meteor. Part of their research involves translating characteristics of their planet into characteristics of a person or animal so that they can dance in character in a performance. The final performance will consist of two groups of ten
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5/7/10 Standards and Student Learning Science 4d. Students know that Earth is one of several planets that orbits the Sun and that the Moon orbits Earth. Dance 1.1 Combine and perform basic locomotor skills, moving on a specific pathway (e.g., skip in circles, slide in zigzags, run in a variety of linear paths). Combine and perform
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5/7/10 Student Learning Objectives: Students will conduct research on a specific planet, the sun, a comet, or a meteor in order to learn about how and where it orbits in relation to the sun. Students will illustrate the characteristics of planets into style of dance, gesture and movement. Students will understand how and at what speeds various planets orbit at.
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5/7/10 Student Learning Objectives: Revised Students will conduct thorough and independent research on a specific planet, the sun, a comet, or a meteor. Students will accurately translate and physically demonstrate understanding of the speed, path and rotation of their planet/comet compared with others. Students will demonstrate the ability to work in teams.
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5/7/10 Procedure: Part 1 - Solar System The teacher will lead a discussion on the solar system and focus on the planets, how many moons each has, and how fast they orbit in relation to each other. Solar system notes: The nine planets that orbit the sun are (in order from the sun): Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (a dwarf planet or plutoid). These objects all orbit the sun in roughly circular orbits that lie in the same ecliptic plane. Note: Pluto is an exception; it has an elliptical orbit tilted over 17° from the ecliptic.
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