Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Tennessee Habitat - Section 4: Explore

 

The differentiated instruction was beneficial for these students. It permitted them to achieve on their ability level. However,  if I taught this lesson again, I would permit the Super Stars and All Stars to research their information on the computer then print off the information.  Some students were not focused while their peers maneuvered the computer. 

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Tennessee Habitat

Unit 3: Habitat
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast geographical areas in Tennessee and identify animals and plants found in Tennessee.

Big Idea: What kinds of habitats are found in Tennessee?

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Science, Tennessee, life science, habitats, living things, water, animal, Land
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