Reflection: Coherence What's in the Woods?: Part 3 - Section 3: Reviewing Our Data & Identification


I was really pleased with the Story Kits that I received from students! 

This one in particular was outstanding and everything I had hoped for! She included her data, identified the plant and the photos were awesome! What a fun way to show how the plant changed! I highly recommend this as an assessment of their work! The Story Kit is the glue that helps them to see how the change took place over a period of about three weeks. They enjoyed this assignment. 


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  Coherence: Great Work!
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What's in the Woods?: Part 3

Unit 6: Plants: Structures and Processes
Lesson 11 of 14

Objective: Students are able to identify plants and the external parts that help these specific plants survive.

Big Idea: This last visit to the woods helps finalize the growth and change data students have been collecting as they learn to identify what plant they have been studying using their evidence and data.

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Science, plants, Processes (Construction), observing change, external plant parts, woodland plant, Conclusions, plant identification, structures, bees
  60 minutes
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