Erin Greenwood

Erin Greenwood
6th Grade Science
82 Lessons
Nevin Platt Middle School
Boulder, CO
Student Environment:
Suburban
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Forces and Motion Assessment Review
 
Big Idea: Assessment is a snapshot of what students know now. What happens if the picture is out of focus?
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Float-a-Boat: Introduction to Scientific Inquiry and Design (Part 1/2)
 
Big Idea: Welcome to the water park! In this lesson, we begin our Float-a-Boat journey as students create a “lazy river” boat design that will hold the most passengers.
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Float-a-Boat: Introduction to Scientific Inquiry and Design (Part 2/2)
 
Big Idea: Welcome to the water park! Students will create a “lazy river” boat from aluminum foil that will hold the most passengers.
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Float-a-Boat: Student Rubric Creation and Authentic Data Analysis
 
Big Idea: Authentic data analysis takes on a new spin when it determines the winner of a student engineering design challenge.
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Float-a-Boat: Student Choice Assessments and Cooperative Grading
 
Big Idea: As scientists, we rely on criticism from our peers as a way to improve our practice. Self-reflection is also important as it allows us to practice thinking about our thinking, which leads to creative breakthroughs and meaningful work.
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Motion of the Ocean (Part 1/2)
 
Big Idea: What does it mean to move? Students use diagrams, calculations and graphs and data tables to explore motion of objects.
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Motion of the Ocean (Part 2/2)
 
Big Idea: What does it mean to move? Students use diagrams, calculations and graphs and data tables to explore motion of objects.
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Speed Demon Investigation (Part 1/2)
 
Big Idea: Our class mascot, Bob, wants to get to a local water park. Can you help him?
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Speed Demon Investigation (Part 2/2)
 
Big Idea: Our class mascot, Bob, wants to get to a local water park. Can you help him?
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Wild Water Slide: Engineering and Experimental Design (Part 1/3)
 
Big Idea: Welcome to the water park! Create a wild water slide and use it to conduct an experiment to answer questions about speed.
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Wild Water Slide: Engineering and Experimental Design (Part 2/3)
 
Big Idea: Welcome to the water park! Create a wild water slide and use it to conduct an experiment to answer questions about speed.
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Wild Water Slide: Engineering and Experimental Design (Part 3/3)
 
Big Idea: Welcome to the water park! Create a wild water slide and use it to conduct an experiment to answer questions about speed.
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Newton's Second and Third Laws of Motion: Bumper Boats Investigation
 
Big Idea: Collisions of "bumper boats" are a fun way to explore Newton's 2nd and 3rd Laws.
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Newton's Laws Graffiti
 
Big Idea: Newton's Laws help us explain and predict the motion of objects - explore the laws through research, demonstrations and art!
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Newton's First Law: Inertia Kills Investigation
 
Big Idea: Spinning eggs! Tablecloth magic tricks! Newton's first law of motion can explain it all!
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Newton's Laws of Motion Simulation Investigation
 
Big Idea: Simulations provide experiences that are difficult to replicate in the lab and help students explore how forces change the motion of objects.
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Forces and Motion Assessment Choices
 
Big Idea: Assessment is a critical part of learning - figuring out what we know and don't know is best done when the assessment tool measures our understanding accurately.
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Force and Motion Essential Questions
 
Big Idea: Where do Newton's Laws show up in our daily lives? Can knowledge of these laws help us make decisions? Students explore these ideas!
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