Reflection: Checks for Understanding 2. What Are Magnets ? - Section 5: Class Discussion/Wrap Up


I find that referring back to the original question, in this case, " What are magnets?", helped me check for understanding of the concept taught. If my students could not articulate or explain what magnets are then I would just go back and re-teach since this is the basis of the whole unit. Luckily, this was not the case.

  Referring back to the original question brings closure to a lesson.
  Checks for Understanding: Referring back to the original question brings closure to a lesson.
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2. What Are Magnets ?

Unit 9: Magnets an Ancient and Modern Marvel
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: Make predictions and observations to determine the cause and effect relationship between magnets and magnetic and nonmagnetic items in seven out of nine objects.

Big Idea: Magnetic forces between a pair of objects do not require that an object be in contact.

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