Reflection: Student Feedback Heating and Cooling for Needs and Wants - Section 3: Wrap Up


Students enjoyed the carousel strategy in this lesson. In discussing with the students to get feedback on the lesson, majority of the students stated that they liked the idea of writing their ideas on chart paper and sharing it with the class. The students also explained how seeing what others wrote gave them new ideas.

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Heating and Cooling for Needs and Wants

Unit 1: Temperatures Effect on Physical Properties
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to identify how heating or cooling technology of food products influences individual, family, or community decisions.

Big Idea: Students will identify how heating tools have changed over time.

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Science, Physical Science, Technology and Engineering, heating, cooling, observable properties
  45 minutes
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