Reflection: Students with Disabilities Yummy, Energy Changes! - Section 2: Draw and Act


Sometimes once through an activity is not enough time for students with special needs to understand the material. These students spend a great deal of time trying to stay caught up to the class that they often miss some of the more critical pieces of the lesson. When asking them to draw, write, and think critically, it can often be too much. Instead, have them try to do the note taking part the first time through and then go thorough the activity again. This time the notes are written and students can concentrate on the new learning and processing. They can use their notes to help them as they move through the changes of energy. 

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Yummy, Energy Changes!

Unit 3: Magnets, Energy and Assessment
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT to draw a diagram to explain how energy is not lost or gained but changes.

Big Idea: By eating an apple slice students will conduct a living diagram to help them understand how energy is transferred from the apple and how it is changed.

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Science, Energy (Physical Science), Magnetism, energy transfer, Energy, Magnets
  30 minutes
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