Reflection: Vertical Alignment Life Cycles Lesson 4: The Atlantic Salmon - Section 5: Class Discussion/ Wrap Up


This emphasis on this unit on life cycles, is in finding the patterns that exists in each cycle. My students connected to the content by drawing upon other lessons that we have completed. Without having some prior knowledge, they would have found it very difficult to begin to make these connections.

  Science i s about making connections to what is learned.
  Vertical Alignment: Science i s about making connections to what is learned.
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Life Cycles Lesson 4: The Atlantic Salmon

Unit 12: Animal Life Cycles
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: Model the life cycle of the Atlantic Salmon by examining each cycle and identifying at least 3 facts for each.

Big Idea: All organisms have unique and diverse life cycles but all have in common birth, growth, reproduction, and death.

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Science, informational text, models, Graphic Organizer, life cycles, animal
  56 minutes
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