Reflection: Classroom Setup Can We Clean the Sea? - Section 2: Engage


Most of the materials I purchase for science lessons come from the local Dollar Store.  I have discovered over the years, that I can teach many of my science lessons without spending a huge amount of money.  The Dollar Store helps to support that.  In no way, am I advocating or promoting the local store in my hometown.  More so, I want to show that science, even without a curriculum can be taught well and effectively with a minimal amount of purchases.  


  My Favorite Science Supply Store
  Classroom Setup: My Favorite Science Supply Store
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Can We Clean the Sea?

Unit 6: Unit 6 - The Waters of the World
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT work together in teams to develop a plan to clean an oil spill.

Big Idea: Oil spills are real disasters that plague our oceans every day. This lesson will offer students a chance to work in teams to develop possible solutions to ways to clean up oil spills.

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