Reflection: Modeling Compiling the Final Science Fair Paper - Section 2: Explain


Creating screencasts addressing frequently asked questions enables me to spend more time working with students and provides the students with an opportunity to begin to develop independence. For this specific project, I begin by making screencasts of demonstrations that I give in class.  By doing this, students who were absent during the class period can access the same information given to their peers.  Screencasts are also helpful as they provide parents with a better understanding of the expectations for a project and an explanation of how to accomplish various assignments and tasks.  Another benefit of screencasts is that students may view them as many times as necessary.

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Compiling the Final Science Fair Paper

Unit 8: Science Fair
Lesson 9 of 13

Objective: SWBAT identify the key elements of a research report and compile their own report based on their own experiment.

Big Idea: In this culminating lesson, students put the finishing touches on their science fair research paper.

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