Reflection: Rigor Life Cycles Lesson 5: Frogs - Section 4: Explore


The more rigorous the lesson, the more support students need. I think that by creating a focus page where sentence frames and students' drawing are used to explain the concept, helped me scaffold the academic content in a way that helped all students feel successful.

  Graphic Organizers, such as a focus page helps support student learning,
  Rigor: Graphic Organizers, such as a focus page helps support student learning,
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Life Cycles Lesson 5: Frogs

Unit 12: Animal Life Cycles
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: Model the life cycle of the frog 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, models, Graphic Organizer, frog, life cycles, animal
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