Reflection: Students with Disabilities Processes of Science - Section 2: Sorting and Talking


Students with special needs can often have trouble with note taking. If this is the case, I might have these students listen and then review with them what they can share and more about their step before they present. I will also assign each of these students a different number and to a different group so that while I walk around and monitor I can be available to assist these students as they present to their peers. All the while giving them credit while I prompt them through their step. When they believe and trust you will have their backs to help them, they will begin to take more risks to participate with their peers.

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Processes of Science

Unit 1: Opening Science
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT sort and define the process and steps of science.

Big Idea: Students will learn the scientific process and the vocabulary that connects to it. They will then practice putting the process together and will create a visual reminder for them to use.

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