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Science On The Smartbaord

  1. 2. Getting to Know You... Where do you work, and in what capacity ?
  2. 3. How comfortable are you with Smartboards & Notebook software? Very comfortable Not at all A little bit Somewhat
  3. 4. What do we know about IWB's? What do we want to learn?
  4. 7. Linking Trees Podcast
  5. 14. The lesson plan format as outlined by Madeline Hunter’s Essential Elements of Instruction: 1. Anticipatory Set (the lesson “hook”) - photograph, Graphic organizer, or pose series of questions to determine prior knowledge 2. Purpose (purpose or objectives, based upon content or technology standards) 3. Input (information, vocabulary, content and skills) - what do they need to learn in order to understand the information 4. Modeling (teacher demonstrates how information can be used by the students) - can de demonstration, showing examples 5. Guided Practice (student’s opportunity to interact with the material) 6. Checking for Understanding (Assessment) - done before, during and after guided practice 7. Independent Practice (homework) 8. Closure (helping students to make sense of what they have learned)
  6. 15. The 5 E's Learning Phase of an Inquiry-Based Science Classroom 1. Engage/Excite - Teachers ask questions of students and engage them in the guided inquiry lessons. They use KWL that make connections between past and present experience. Teachers set a level of anticipation. 2. Explore - Teachers set up the investigation and guide students in inquiry, asking probing questions to clarify understanding. 3. Explain - Teachers ask probing questions that encourage students to look for patterns or irregularities in their data. 4. Evaluate - Teachers provide learning opportunities for students to apply their knowledge and to gain a deeper understanding. Activities can include reading articles and books, writing, designing other experiments, and exploring related topics on the Internet. 5. Extend - Teachers diagnose student understanding through an ongoing process. Assessment can be both formative (ongoing and dynamic) and summative (end-of-lesson final test or product).
  7. 16. 1 . Anticipatory Set (the lesson “hook”) - Slide #1 Use photograph, Graphic organizer, video or pose series of questions to determine prior knowledge 2. Purpose/Focus Question - Slide #2 (purpose or objectives, based upon content or technology standards - graphic organizer) 3. Input - Slide #3 (information, vocabulary, content and skills) - what do they need to learn in order to understand the information 4. Modeling (teacher demonstrates how information can be used by the students) - can de demonstration, showing examples 5. Guided Practice - Slides #4 or more (student’s opportunity to interact with the material) 6. Checking for Understanding (Assessment) - done before, during and after guided practice 7. Independent Practice - Slide #5 (homework) 8. Closure - Slide #6 (helping students to make sense of what they hav e learned The Smartboard Lesson T he lesson allows us to structure an interactive, SMART board lesson that fits within one 43-minute period. It follows the Workshop Model, Madeline Hunter's Model & the 5 E's of an inquiry-based science classroom
  8. 17. Remember the rule about color: Use light text on dark backgrounds!
  9. 20. What do we know about butterflies? K L W
  10. 21. Life Cycle of the Butterfly Objective: The students will identify the four stages of a butterfly's life cycle. Standards: Students will understand and apply scientific concepts, principals, and theories pertaining to the physical setting and living environment and recognize the historical development of ideas in science. Grade/class: The lesson is for grades K-4 depending on the levels and needs of the students. pupa caterpillar eggs butterfly
  11. 22. Life Cycle of the Butterfly butterfly eggs caterpillar pupa Touch each picture to see real pictures.
  12. 23. The First (1st) Stage Task: Drag the eggs onto the leaf. T he butterfly lays eggs on a leaf .
  13. 24. The Second (2nd) Stage The eggs hatch and out come caterpillars .
  14. 25. The third (3rd) Stage The caterpillar turns into a pupa . 1) The caterpillar crawls to a branch and hangs .
  15. 26. 2) The caterpillar changes into a pupa .
  16. 27. The Fourth (4th) Stage A butterfly comes out of the pupa .
  17. 28. Touch the butterfly to learn more
  18. 30. Life Cycle of the Butterfly Task: Drag the pictures into the boxes in order. pupa caterpillar eggs butterfly Check your answer
  19. 31. Matching
  20. 33. Catch all the butterflies in the net. How many butterflies can we catch? 1) Count the butterflies 2) Write the number
  21. 34. Color the butterfly
  22. 35. Pupa
  23. 36. butterfly
  24. 37. Caterpillar
  25. 38. Eggs
  26. 39. Life Cycle of the Butterfly Task: Drag the pictures into the boxes in order. pupa caterpillar eggs butterfly

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