Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Adapting and Camouflage - Section 3: Collecting Data

 

During the data collection piece, student begin to make simple connections. One student exclaims that his group has yet to pick up blue dot. When a moment like this occurs I might stop the group and have them listen to what the student stated. In this case, it was a perfect opportunity to allows students to be observant like this student. I was also given the chance to remind students that these types of connections are good to write as part of our observations. 

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  Student Led Inquiry: Connecting Content
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Adapting and Camouflage

Unit 7: Life Science
Lesson 2 of 14

Objective: SWBAT determine how animals use camouflage to survive in various environments and why animals look the way they do in their environments.

Big Idea: Camouflage and adaptability are structures that animals and plants have that aide in their survival. This lesson helps students connect to how camouflage and other structures make it possible for animals and plants to survive.

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Science, animal, adaptation, survival, life science
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