Reflection: Pacing Introduction to Forces and Motion - Section 2: Warm Up


One of the major stress factors to any teacher is the lack of time --and I really struggle with that! I have to start on time, end on time, and really watch the clock to be able to get all of the components of a successful lesson in within my time frame, which is usually about 35 minutes. So, one strategy that I have started to use I have titled 'Quick List Sharing'. I use this when students are anxious to share something but it is not something that I feel is worthy of a deep conversation at that very minute - so we 'Quick List'! I point to students, and they can say one thing...but it has to be quick! Watch Quick List Sharing in action as my students share one thing from their list from the Warm Up section. Everyone shared in 45 seconds!

  Pacing: Quick List Sharing
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Introduction to Forces and Motion

Unit 9: Forces and Motion: Push, Pull, and Movement
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT identify different examples of motion and the forces that cause them.

Big Idea: By engaging in play, students will explore the forces behind different motions.

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Science, friction, First Grade, Forces and Motion, 1.P.1.1. Explain the importance of a push or pull to changing the motion of an object., Forces, motions
  35 minutes
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