Reflection: Coherence Researching the Endangered Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus! - Section 1: The Endangered Tree Octopus!


The skill of developing rich questions make a difference in my student's depth of understanding of topic. In this video clip, I connect NGSS and the value of supporting students learning in development of their own questions. Thicker questions make a difference!

  Coherence: Rich Questions
Loading resource...

Researching the Endangered Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus!

Unit 1: Thinking, Writing, and Observing Like a Scientist
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT research a website using skimming and scanning skills and gather important information.

Big Idea: Students learn to identify valid resources, skim & scan and explore how to fill out a simple research grid as they research a "tree octopus".

  Print Lesson
7 teachers like this lesson
Science, identifying credible sources
  55 minutes
tree octopus
Similar Lessons
Invasive Species
3rd Grade Science » Natural Resources and Human Needs
Big Idea: Students will view video resources to learn about the effects of invasive species on different environments.
Silver Spring, MD
Environment: Suburban
Chaunetta Anderson
Breaking Light Apart
4th Grade Science » Eye Spy With My Animal Eye
Big Idea: Students will understand that although we see white light, colors come from filtering or absorption of color.
Anchorage, AK
Environment: Urban
Jillian Gates
What is Energy?
4th Grade Science » Energy
Big Idea: In this lesson students participate in an internet search to investigate the definition of energy and discover the two main types of energy, kinetic and potential energy.
Helena, MT
Environment: Suburban
Melissa Romano
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload