Reflection: Trust and Respect Hot Fish, Cold Fish, Yes Fish, No Fish - Section 5: Class Discussion/Wrap up


After giving this lesson, I was so happy with how well the group discussions went. By having my students discuss their claims amongst themselves and watching them express their different points of view without fear was extremely rewarding. This strategy really helped foster a sense of community in my classroom and allowed for students who are reluctant to participate to have a voice.

  Trust and Respect: Small group peer discussions, the best way to have students explain their ideas
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Hot Fish, Cold Fish, Yes Fish, No Fish

Unit 3: Vertebrates
Lesson 2 of 2

Objective: Construct an argument with evidence by observing how a cold blooded organism reacts to a change in environment.

Big Idea: Scientists observe animal behaviors in order to learn more about them.

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