Do you think that the spoons could be made up of another material? Students will be asked to recall the type of materials spoken of in the last class. Each will be written on the board. Materials are wood, plastic, paper, rubber, glass and clay. Students will give examples of each material. They will view a short video on the properties of each material. Demonstration Teacher will present a group of items. Teacher will explain that materials have different properties and can be used for different purposes. Teacher will demonstrate how to fill a
table like the one below on the board using some of items presented. Name of Item Materia l made of Heavy/ligh t Rough/smoot h Transparent Hard/sof t Independent Practice: Students will be grouped. Items will be distributed in each group. Students will fill table together Name of Item Materia l made of Heavy/ligh t Rough/smoot h Transparent Hard/sof t Class Discussion: Teacher will call on each group to share their answers by presenting their chart with their finding to the class. Evaluation: Class will evaluate each other work with teacher. Class will respond to each group’s presentation. Did students complete the chart ticking the correct properties for the items given?
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- Summer '17
- Megan Vrono
- spoon, Spoons