Reflection: Exit Tickets Examining the Properties of Dry Ice - Section 4: Reflect & Apply

 

Looking back on this lesson, it would have been great to have students construct an "exit-ticket" explanation using the following topic sentence: The properties of frozen water are very different from the properties of frozen carbon dioxide. 

Here's why: 

1. To support my students to compose, communicate and evaluate a clearly stated, evidence-based, compelling arguments.

2. To check for student understanding of the lesson's goal. 

3. To integrate ELA expository writing standards. 

  Exit Ticket Paragraph
  Exit Tickets: Exit Ticket Paragraph
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Examining the Properties of Dry Ice

Unit 5: Matter
Lesson 4 of 11

Objective: SWBAT research and observe the properties of dry ice.

Big Idea: In this high-interest lesson, students will learn about the properties of dry ice through research and investigations.

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Science, Properties of Matter, Matter and its Properties, investigation, carbon dioxide, dry ice, chemical reaction
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