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All_About_Space_-_Star_Sun_and_Moon

All_About_Space_-_Star_Sun_and_Moon - Lesson Plan Template...

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Unformatted text preview: Lesson Plan Template Name: Carli MacMillan and Amy Collins Date to be taught: 09-07-2-11 Targeted Grades: (Circle or 'ghlight one.) 3-5 6- Content & Focus of Lesson: (Add the focus of the lesson after the subject area.) School: Language Arts: Math: Science: Characteristics of moon, stars, and sun Host Teacher: Social Studies: Other: 5E Lesson Title: Ali about Space: Stars, Sun, and Moon Louisiana GLE’s: 43. Describe characteristics ofthe Sun, stars, and Earth’s moon (e.g., relative size, shape, color, production ofiight/heat) (ESS-E-Bi) Student Learning Objectivels): Students will be able to identify the sun, moon and stars and define characteristics ofthem. i-(ey Vocabuia ry: Sun Moon Stars Characteristic Mate rial Needed: (List quantities. indicate whether quantities are per student or per group.) Whoie Class; - Paper sun, moon, and star Per Student - Facts on the sun, moon, and stars - Evaluation Quiz Lesson Context: (e.g., introduction, developing, independent, review, etc.) Time Planned for this Introduction to the moon, stars, and sun Lesson: 45-60 minutes 5E Lesson Sequence: (Describe fully what students will do in each stage of your lesson. include guiding questions you might ask to help students. Please number your steps under each portion of the lesson plan.) Engage: I. The whole ciass will get in a circle and the teacher will hand out a paper sun, moon, and star to three students. 2. The students will pass the papers around while music plays, and when it stops the students must tell a fact about the object they have. 3. This will occur four or five times untii every student has had a chance to state a fact. From B. B. Levin & S. Mercler, TED 6803, UNCG, Spring 2010, v3.1; Adapted based on P. Blanchard, EDCI 3125, LSU, Spring 2011 Based on Mariano, Pickering, 8: Pollack {2001), Hill & Flynn {2005), and WIDA Standards (200?) Lesson Plan Template Explore: 1. Each student will be handed a piece of paper with a fact about the sun, moon, or stars on it. 2. They will think for a few minutes to themselves and come to a conclusion on what object their fact is about. 3. After, they will take turns writing their facts on the board five at a time, so all students can see them. Explain: 1. The teacher will put a video on about the sun and the moon by Silly Bus. 2. It is a song that explains more about the sun and the moon. Elaborate: (Optional, if time allows.) 1. Each student will write a science journal entry about the moon, sun, or stars and what they see at night or during the day when tyhey look at them Evaluate: (Describe your evaluation plan. Also, attach an evaluation — use a separate page that you will hand out to students — in which you create 2 questions to assess what students learned in your lesson. Identify in parentheses at the end of each question which GLE you are assessing for your lesson.) 1. Each student will be given a quiz with multiple choice questions, and the teacher will assess the students’ understanding from their performance. Lesson Source: (Where did you get the idea for this lesson? Check one.) _ l/We created the whole lesson ourselves and did not "borrow" elements from other sources or the Internet. A l/We used the following resources to build our lesson: (Put the author/date] book name or the title of the website and complete URL.) Check for Success: oYes [We 1. Does your lesson focus on and achleve the student learning objectives you listed? DYes EINO 2. Did you attach your evaluation? n‘fes 0N0 3. Did you attach any data sheets or worksheets? oYes END 4. Did you revlew the rubric that will be used to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v:MM01YJF8xT4&featurezresults_video&play evaluate your lesson? - next=1&list=PLCFBEDA9339D7B77C From B. B. Levln 8: S. Mercier, TED 5803, UNCG, Spring 2010, v3.1; Adapted based on P. Blanchard, EDCI 3125, EU, Spring 2011 Based on Marzano, Pickering, 8: Pollack (2001), Hill St Flynn (2006), and WIDA Standards (2007) Lesson Plan Template Sun, Moon, and Stars Quiz 1. What is the largest star in our solar system? a.) The moon b.) The sun c.) The planets 2. What objects come out at night? a.) The sun b.) The moon c.) The stars d.) The moon and the stars 3. What do we call the holes in the moon? a.) Black holes b.) Craters c.) Ditches 4. How many moons does the Earth have? a.) 3 b.) 4 c.) 2 d.) 1 5. A group of stars can make up a picture called a a.) Milky way b.) Constellation c.) Black hole From 8. B. Levin & S. Mercier, TED 6803, UNCG, Spring 2010, v3.1; Adapted based on P. Blanchard, EDCI 3125, lSU, Spring 2011 Based on Marzano, Pickering, 8r Pollack (2001), Hill & Flynn (2006), and WIDA Standards (2007) 25 Facts about the Sun, Stars, and Moon Sun: The brightest object in space Gives light, heat, and energy to the earth Closest star to the earth Earth orbits around this 93 million miles away from the Earth Rises in the east Sets in the west Largest object in the solar system Everything orbits around this Stars: There are many different kinds of these Some are larger than the sun Some are smaller than the sun Many come in pairs There are 200-400 billion of these in our galaxy Are extremely far from the Earth Make up constellations Can be the colors red, white, or blue The larger they are the shorter amount of time they shine Moon: Has no light source of its own Reflects the sun Orbits the earth ft is about 250,000 miles from Earth Affects the ocean tides Has no atmosphere Has holes called craters ...
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