EDEE275-2012-Lab-Week 8

EDEE275-2012-Lab-Week 8 - and concepts Which tools do you...

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TEACHING ELEMENTARY  SCIENCE EDEE275 – LAB 8 Asghar Winter 2012 McGill University
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AGENDA SHARING JOURNALS RAINBOW IN A BOTTLE LESSON PLAN # 2
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SHARING JOURNALS Bring videos, drawings, pictures of your plant or  animal You can create a photo essay using your  drawings/pictures and develop a story around your  observations and interesting findings How will you use journals in your own instruction to  develop students’ curiosity, interest, learning, and  engagement in science?
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RAINBOW IN A BOTTLE
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Chapters 8 & 9 (Harlen, 2001)   Duration: March 19 to 25, 2012   ∙          Chapter 8 - Harlen discusses various strategies to encourage  children to communicate their scientific thinking 
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Unformatted text preview: and concepts. - Which tools do you find most useful for your own teaching? ∙ Chapter 9- What kinds of assessment tools will you use to adapt and inform your science instruction? LESSON PLAN # 2 Choose a topic from the QEP Science Curriculum that is DIFFERENT from the concepts included in your lesson plan 1. Try to integrate basic math concepts into your lesson also (e.g., addition, multiplication, subtraction, measurement, distance, volume, temperature, etc.) Write specific objectives on the worksheet Make a concept map to show how concepts are linked....
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