Reflection: Students with Disabilities Cloud Posters - Section 4: Elaborate


Although this task seems rather elementary in design, it actually serves a few purposes in the middle school classroom. Students with disabilities benefit from visual reminders of the content. This poster serves as a kinesthetic learning tool and a visual studying tool. They are able to see the different layers of clouds in a glance and this helps their ability to recall the information. 

  Why so elementary?
  Students with Disabilities: Why so elementary?
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Cloud Posters

Unit 8: Earth's Atmosphere and Weather
Lesson 8 of 15

Objective: SWBAT to review the 3 types of clouds by creating a model using cotton balls.

Big Idea: Creating a cloud diagram helps students to differentiate between the 3 types of clouds.

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