Reflection: Lesson Planning My Hip Pocket Lesson! NGSS for the Guest Teacher & Flipping A Lesson - Section 1: Assignment is First


While I was at the conference, I could log onto my email from time to time to see the articles coming in. Google Docs are great! This allowed me to see that my students were working on reading, summarizing and science all at once. I was looking forward to the next day when I could finish the lesson and help them tie the understanding of how global warming is affecting animals.

  Keeping Them Engaged in Science
  Lesson Planning: Keeping Them Engaged in Science
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My Hip Pocket Lesson! NGSS for the Guest Teacher & Flipping A Lesson

Unit 7: Animals: Structures and Processess
Lesson 2 of 13

Objective: Students learn about current environmental science issues.

Big Idea: This "hip pocket" lesson using NEWSELA is a great emergency science lesson when the continuum of science needs to keep going and you can't be there!

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Science, global warming, Environmental Science, flipped classroom, sub plans, choice in reading scientific articles, adaptation, structures, adaptations of animals, animal
  75 minutes
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