Reflection: Adjustments to Practice The Apples New Clothes - Section 6: Day 4

 

Because of the unexpected change to our plans and the weekly schedule we did not have time to finish the conclusions and draw out the concepts that were discussed and learned during this investigation.  However, I was pleased that even though my students did not have this chance to physically write their conclusive statements with the data, I felt confident that they learned more from the investigation than my original hopes had been.  

In the future, I will not do this lesson over the course of five days, but rather four.  This will leave a window built in to focus on the writing element.  I do believe it is important the children learn to write those conclusive statements.  

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The Apples New Clothes

Unit 3: Unit 3 - Apples, Pumpkins and Bread!! OH! My!!
Lesson 8 of 11

Objective: SWBAT gather and analyze data, comparing an apple in various stages of missing skin.

Big Idea: Seeing the pieces that make the whole and the effects they have on a system.

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