Reflection: Trust and Respect Invertebrates, This is not SpongeBob - Section 5: Class Discussion/Wrap up


Hearing and watching my students using academic vocabulary when talking to each other was more than I could have asked for! We use the Frayer Model for all of the new vocabulary and the students are now owning the new vocabulary as evidenced by them using it among themselves without me prompting them to do it.

  Using academic vocabulary within their groups with no prompting!
  Trust and Respect: Using academic vocabulary within their groups with no prompting!
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Invertebrates, This is not SpongeBob

Unit 2: Vertebrates and Invertebrates
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: Classify simple invertebrates. Compare and contrast a natural sponge to synthetic by collecting, analyzing and interpreting data

Big Idea: Scientists test their hypothesis by collecting data, and then reporting their findings. Students learn that there will be instances where the data may, or may not, support the hypothesis.

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Science, compare-and-contrast, experiment, Labs
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