Reflection: Students with Disabilities Adaptations and Inferencing - Section 3: Adaptation Inferencing Game

 

One of the best parts of an activity like this is that it can easily be modified so that all learners can participate. One way to do this is to allow for time for students to talk to each other before answering the riddle. When they talk, they can confirm and correct each others thinking so that there is less risk to participate within the larger class discussion. Students enjoy talking about animals and it is usually a great way to involve all students. 

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Adaptations and Inferencing

Unit 7: Life Science
Lesson 6 of 14

Objective: SWBAT inference and use what they know about animals in order to connect what they know to actual animal adaptations.

Big Idea: Animal adaptations are fun structure to learn for students. They are aware of many but might not have connected that these structures are what scientists call adaptations. Students will use their inferencing and prior knowledge to learn more about adaptati

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Science, structure, inference, prior knowledge, adaptation, life science
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animal adaptation
 
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