Reflection: Students with Disabilities Phase Change Foldables - Section 3: Explain


Attacking an assignment head on can be challenging for students.  This lesson is designed to give students a chance to review the necessary information for completing the assignment prior to their creation of the foldable. From the student work sample, notice the steps the student takes in identifying all the components of the four phase changes.  First he identifies what happens, then he discusses what the molecules are doing.  He uses this information to then create the final foldable product. 

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Phase Change Foldables

Unit 7: States of Matter
Lesson 14 of 15

Objective: SWBAT review their knowledge of the 4 phase changes by creating a foldable.

Big Idea: Foldables are very useful review and study tools.

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