Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Habitat Diorama Planning - Section 3: Explore/Develop a Plan


I found that when completing the planning recording sheet, some of the children, especially the girls, were focused on drawing pretty pictures and then ran out of time. Next time, I will make sure to stress this process even more to assure that all of the children are able to complete the sheet.  I also noticed that many children wrote their labels different directions.  Next time I will be sure to emphasize that the words need to be facing upwards.

  Sketches or Pretty Pictures?
  Adjustments to Practice: Sketches or Pretty Pictures?
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Habitat Diorama Planning

Unit 4: The Wonderful Biodiversity of Life
Lesson 14 of 17

Objective: SWBAT to build on prior experiences to develop a model of biodiversity in a habitat.

Big Idea: A model can represent plants and animals in a habitat.

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Science, biodiversity , second grade, habitat, diorama
  35 minutes
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