Reflection: Writing Across the Disciplines The Daffodil Project Part 2 - Section 4: Writing A Reflection


In this video I talk about  different student samples of their thoughts about the Daffodil Project. As I read each one, I was thinking about how well my students write for the most part. Sequencing seems to be a problem for some. They jumped from one subject to the next. But, most students included a piece about 9/11, how to plant the bulb, the thoughts about the experience and the parts of the bulb. Good stuff! Now for spring!

  Writing Across the Disciplines: Samples of Student Writing
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The Daffodil Project Part 2

Unit 1: Thinking, Writing, and Observing Like a Scientist
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT use their deductive reasoning from the knowledge learned from reading of how to plant a bulb correctly.

Big Idea: In this integrated social studies, science and language arts lesson, students plant their daffodil bulbs after studying and learning about 9-11. Students use their research evidence to deduce how to plant the bulb properly.

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Science, gardening, evidence, myths and lore, inference
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