Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Fuels to Produce Light and Heat - Section 4: Wrap Up


This lesson produced lots of peer conversation and discourse. Students were able to make connections with the pictures in the collection. It seemed as if the photos were able to activate their background knowledge. I encouraged students to share their thinking and take intellectual risks throughout the lesson.

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Fuels to Produce Light and Heat

Unit 3: Relationships Between Lights and Fuels
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to identify fuels used to produce light and to heat homes and schools.

Big Idea: Students will view a collection of images that display how fuels are used to produce light and heat.

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