Reflection: Student Ownership Day 5: Looking At A New Plant - Section 4: Lesson Wrap Up


Now that the anchor chart is completed, I want to make sure the students understand that this is a tool for them to use.  I hang it in a spot that is easily accessed by all of the students and make sure to refer to it over the next few months.  I do this in order to continue to reinforce what the classroom expectations are for not only using the notebook but also the procedural expectations of it.  

  Making Use of the Anchor Chart
  Student Ownership: Making Use of the Anchor Chart
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Day 5: Looking At A New Plant

Unit 1: Writing Like A Scientist
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast two different plants and their structures. SWBAT develop strategies to record information n two different objects.

Big Idea: Students will be given a new plant and asked to compare it to their original plant and record their observations in their science journals.

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Science, observations, science notebooks
  62 minutes
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