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EDCI3125 sound lesson

EDCI3125 sound lesson - Lesson Plan Template Name Deanna...

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Lesson Plan Template Name: Deanna Howell and Michelle Owens Date to be taught: 10/10/11 Targeted Grades: (Circle or highlight one.) K-2 3-5 6-12 Content & Focus of Lesson: Language Arts: Math: Science: Physical Science, Forms of Energy Focus: pitch and volume of sound Social Studies: Other: School: LSU Host Teacher: Webb 5E Lesson Title: Sound Louisiana GLE’s: Third Grade Use the words high/low to compare the pitch of sound and the words loud/soft to compare the volume (amplitude) of sound (PS-E-C1) Pose questions that can be answered by using students’ own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable scientific investigations (SI-E-A1) Predict and anticipate possible outcomes (SI-E-A2) Student Learning Objective(s): Students will be able to sort objects based on pitch and volume. Students will be able to create and use a table and graph to record data collection. Key Vocabulary: 1.Sound 2.Vibration 3.Sound Waves 4.Pitch 5.Frequency 6.Volume (amplitude) Material Needed: Whole class Copies of table template Graph paper Per group Three 16 ounce glasses A spoon Per student Evaluation questions Lesson Context: Introduction to Sound Time Planned for this Lesson: 45 minutes 5E Lesson Sequence: Engage: 1. Three 16 ounce glasses fill each glass at different water levels with a pitcher. In the first glass, place four ounces of water. In the second glass, place eight ounces of water. Fill the last glass to the top.
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