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WGU Connected Learning Segment Overview Template General Information Teacher Education Candidate Name: Skylynn Carr Date Developed: 10/18/2020 Connected Learning Segment Title: Descriptive title for your connected learning segment Stages of the Water Cycle Period/Time Estimate: 3 class periods Grade Level: 3 rd grade Number of Students: 20 Central Focus: The central focus is a topic such as the solar system, life cycles, or the civil rights movement. The Water Cycle Lesson 1 Information State/National Academic Standard : Subject: Learning Objective(s): (behavior, condition, criteria) Overview of Strategies and Learning Tasks: Description of Formative and Summative Assessment: CCSS.Physical Science. 3.P.2.2 Compare solids, liquids, and gases based on their basic properties. . pbworks.com/w/page/3242 1278/Third%20Grade %20Science Science After reading, Change it!: Solids, Liquids, Gases, and You authored by Adrienne Mason and Claudia Davila, students will complete an activity and worksheet on solids, liquids, and gasses ( hop/solid-liquid-gas-printable- activity/ ), with proficiency being a minimum score of 13/15. The teacher will read, Change it!: Solids, Liquids, Gases, and You authored by Adrienne Mason and Claudia Davila, displaying it on the document camera so that all students can see the illustrations. Being able to visualize the illustrations will help students fully understand the difference between a solid, liquid, and gas. The class will go over examples of each state of matter to assure students have a full Formative: Students will be formally assessed through observation and guided questioning to check for understanding. The teacher will walk around to each student while are brainstorming and working to observe and encourage deeper thinking through guided questions when making their representation. This will allow the teacher to know what students do and do not know and additional areas they need supported in. Students must score on an observational rubric to reach PAGE 1
understanding of what objects, look and feel like in these states. The teacher will provide examples that the students can not only see, but also feel physically to show the different states of matter temperatures during these stages. Students will then be given the worksheet ( hop/solid-liquid-gas-printable- activity/ ) to complete independently as an exit ticket to show their understandings.

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