Reflection: Student Communication Can the Wind Move It? - Section 3: Extend Understanding


I have done this experiment on the document camera as well as in groups.  It really depends on my group.  If I have students in small groups to conduct the experiment, I am still marking my own recording sheet on the document camera to keep students focused and in the right place.  I have found that many students will check every single box if I do not guide them through the recording process!

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Can the Wind Move It?

Unit 9: Seasons and Weather
Lesson 12 of 15

Objective: SWBAT listen to an unencumbered read of The Wind Says Goodnight. SWBAT conduct an experiment on what wind will move.

Big Idea: Wind can move things.

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