Reflection: Modeling Creative Circuits - Section 1: A Quick Review to Get Them Going!


I was grappling with how to review our lesson from the day before when we discovered what a closed circuit was. I know that my students love to see themselves in video clips. So, I decided to incorporate their authentic selves into the review. I could not have said anything as well as what they were seeing in themselves right on the SB! A picture is worth a thousand words! This is a great strategy to help students remember what they had discovered, especially when I am trying to build upon concepts and deepen their understanding.

  Using Videos of Your Students to Help Them Recall
  Modeling: Using Videos of Your Students to Help Them Recall
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Creative Circuits

Unit 5: Energy
Lesson 5 of 11

Objective: Students learn about completing circuits and how energy travels through a conductor taking the path of least resistance.

Big Idea: Students get a chance to be creative as they explore how salt dough will conduct electricity and convert it to light energy.

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Science, Electricity, light energy (Physics), Resistors, Sound, Light, light wave, circuit, transfer of energy, KLEWS chart, Circuits, conductor, Insulator, closed circuit, The Path of Least Resistence, reflection, light energy, eye, kaleidoscope
  60 minutes
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