Reflection: Advanced Students The Brain - Flipped - Section 3: Explore


Using different texts in this activity provides me with an opportunity to challenge my students, especially the students that read at higher levels.  Some of the students are not used to this type of challenge and at first say that the reading is too difficult.  I challenge them to stick with it and encourage them to read through the information more than once.  Some of them get overwhelmed by the length of some of the articles, so have them focus in on key paragraphs of information.

  Varying Text Complexity
  Advanced Students: Varying Text Complexity
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The Brain - Flipped

Unit 5: Nervous System
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: SWBAT identify the major structures and functions of the brain.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students will explore the structures and functions of the brain in addition to reviewing research about neurons.

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