Reflection: High Expectations Hey, It's Hot Out There! - Section 5: Assessment and Wrap Up


Students had difficulty with the venn diagram assignment. They had a hard time coming up with specific characteristics that were unique to hot and cold climates. There were more similarities than differences. I had to lead students to many of their findings for this exercise.

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Hey, It's Hot Out There!

Unit 3: Adapt To Survive
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: Students will learn about adaptations to hot environments such as a desert biome.

Big Idea: Animals must adapt to their environment to survive.

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Science, adaptation, animal adaptations
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