Reflection: Flexibility Cancer, a mistake in the cell cycle - Section 2: Introduce New Material


I find that students like working independently with the Ipods. I like this flexible delivery approach to the instruction because it allows students to learn at their own pace.  They are able to not only slow down the pace of the instruction, but they are able to replay content multiple times in order to gain a better understanding of the content.

While listening activities like do not replace traditional forms of instruction for my students, the opportunity it presents for students to repeat the concepts over and over again is helpful.  My students do best when they are given multiple opportunities to hear concepts in multiple ways.

Listen to two students share the reasons  they like the Ipod listening activities.

  Flexibility: Ipod Listening Activity
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Cancer, a mistake in the cell cycle

Unit 5: Unit 2- Cells
Lesson 25 of 30

Objective: Students will practice literacy skills with a listening and reading activity of scientific information for the purpose of providing explanations or descriptions of the causes of cancer.

Big Idea: Scientific literacy is a skill that can be developed through instruction.

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Science, cell, cancer, incidence, benign, malignant, mortality
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