Reflection: Student Led Inquiry What Is Light? - Section 3: Independent Investigation


I know how difficult it is to incorporate science into a busy schedule. So, I try to have a guided component and an independent component for every lesson. If time is short you might use the independent activities in a center setting during the week or as anchor activities for fast finishers. You might also use them in a small group setting for those students who might need extra support.

  Guided and Independent Instruction
  Student Led Inquiry: Guided and Independent Instruction
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What Is Light?

Unit 4: Eye Spy With My Animal Eye
Lesson 1 of 8

Objective: Students will understand what light is and what the visible light spectrum is.

Big Idea: Visible light spectrum

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