Reflection: Student Ownership Light and Heat! - Section 4: Wrap Up


Students really enjoyed this lesson because they were able to incorporate their new Chrome Books. Students also were able to share their presentations with the class. This allowed me to identify which students accurately selected objects that produce both light and heat. All of the students scored proficiency in this lesson. 

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Light and Heat!

Unit 8: Production of Heat
Lesson 1 of 8

Objective: Students will be able to identify objects that produce heat and light.

Big Idea: Students will take intellectual risks by answering yes or no questions to guess items in a guess box. Students will then identify the common attributes of each picture and create a presentation with additional photos that contain the same attributes.

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