Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding How Can We Change Matter? (2 Day Lesson) - Section 5: Students Research and Creating Document

 

Developing deep conceptual understanding in our students occurs with 3-dimensional learning.  In particular, if teachers develop deliberate attempts for students to find patterns or relationships to other DCIs, then they will begin to make connections across multiple disciplines, deepening understanding.  

  Using Crosscutting Concepts to Build Conceptual Understanding
  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Using Crosscutting Concepts to Build Conceptual Understanding
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How Can We Change Matter? (2 Day Lesson)

Unit 7: Molecules
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT: Explain and model the various ways that matter can change

Big Idea: Students learn how to determine, at the molecular level, if matter is changing chemically or physically.

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