• Monday: 9/18/17

    Science responsible for Picture Day.

    Tuesday: 9/19/17
     
    Essential Question: How do scientists discover things?
     
    Content Objective: I will plan and implement different types of investigations by making observations, asking well defined questions, and using appropriate equipment andtechnology.
     
    Language Objective: I will learn about the three types of scientific investigations by conducting and participating in comparative, descriptive, and experimental investigations.
     
    Activities: 
    -helicopter lab
     
    Evidence of Success: The student will participate in all three labs and complete their data and lab reports with at least 80% accuracy.
     
    Method of Assessment: The student will graded on their collected data and their lab reports.
     
    Wednesday: 9/20/17
     
    Essential Question: How do scientists discover things?
     
    Content Objective: I will plan and implement different types of investigations by making observations, asking well defined questions, and using appropriate equipment and technology.
     
    Language Objective: I will learn about the three types of scientific investigations by conducting and participating in comparative, descriptive, and experimental investigations.
     
    Activities: 
    -helicopter lab
     
    Evidence of Success: The student will participate in all three labs and complete their data and lab reports with at least 80% accuracy.
     
    Method of Assessment: The student will graded on their collected data and their lab reports.
     
    Vocabulary: cell theory, organelle, levels of organization, structure, function, microscope
     
    Thursday: 9/21/17
     
    Essential Question: How are living things organized?
     
    Content Objective: I will identify the levels of organization. I will identify the three main components of cell theory. I will recognize the contributions of various scientist to their respective field of study.
     
    Language Objective: I will create an anchor chart for the levels of organization. I will create a foldable for the three main components of cell theory.
     
    Activities:
    -create anchor chart for levels of organization
    -create foldable for cell theory
     
    Evidence of Success: The student will be able to list and discuss both the levels of organization and cell theory with their table partner and as a class.
     
    Method of Assessment: The student will demonstrate they understand the levels of organization by writing them down in the correct order.
     
    Vocabulary: cell theory, organelle, levels of organization, structure, function, microscope
     
    Friday: 9/22/17
     
    Essential Question: What is the structure and function of the microscope?
     
    Warm up: List the three components of cell theory
     
    Content Objective: I will learn the relationship between microscope structure and its function.
     
    Language Objective: I will demonstrate my comprehension of the microscope by completing the diagram listing it's parts and writing it's function with it.
     
    Activities:
    -discuss warm up as a class
    -lecture on microscope parts and purpose
    -complete microscope diagram
    -look at slides under the microscope
     
    Evidence of Success: The student will demonstrate how to use the microscope by identifying parts of prepared slides.
     
    Method of Assessment: The student will have to demonstrate how to use the microscope correctly.