Reflection: Rigor On the Hunt Part 1: Webs - Section 2: Activity


Note: this reflection is about On the Hunt Part 1 and Part 2

As part of the next lesson, students will complete a scavenger hunt to find spiders they will then have to identify.  Following that activity, students let me know that they thought it would be awesome to combine the information on webs into that activity.  

I have some ideas on how I plan to do this next time.  I want to include examples of different web types for students to identify and answer questions about (When students scan the QR code I can have a photo with questions for them questions to answer.  I don't know if there is some technology that I can use so they can type in their answers to get immediate feedback but I am sure there must be - when I hear back from my tech director on this I will update here).  The questions will focus on items such as

  • is this web type in the proper location? 
  • could a black widow be found in this web?
  • name the type of web this is?

I am very excited to extend this activity based on their feedback and the fact that they had ideas indicates how engaged they were in the process!  

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On the Hunt Part 1: Webs

Unit 5: Biodiversity and Spiders
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT explain how the large variety of web types is evidence that there is great diversity in the spider population.

Big Idea: Students put their field journal skills to the test as they document evidence of spiders within their home and school environments.

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