Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Seeing in Science : The skill of observation - Section 4: Evaluate

 

Originally, I felt the students would be able to complete the Process Grid in their teams, however, I quickly discovered that this was going to be a more difficult challenge than I first anticipated. Because it was still early in the year, they were still not as adept at working together as I had hoped.  I quickly needed to regroup and come up with a new plan.  

I adjusted the process grid to a more simpler version and found I had much more success. Because I did this, I had to leave the lesson after this point and come back to it the next day.  When I returned to it the next day, the children were able to complete the process grid with their own ideas and observations independently.  

I saw this as growth.  Remembering that the art of working with others is a slowly acquired skill.  

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Seeing in Science : The skill of observation

Unit 1: Inquiry in Science
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: SWBAT examine an object and make simple observations about the object.

Big Idea: Learning to make observations using the senses can be easy if you know how to use your sense appropriately.

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