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  • 1. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Science Unit Plan Background Information Teachers’ Names Denise Rollock-Phillip, Denise Pharai, Angeline Mohan Class Standard Two Age 6-7 Years Number of Students 18 Unit Overview Unit Title Aquatic Environments – A World of Water Unit Summary Subject Area The Standards for Science as taken from the Revised Primary Science Curriculum (February 2003): Competence – ability to investigate scientifically Curiosity – an enquiring habit of mind Understanding – making sense of scientific knowledge and the way science works Creativity – ability to think and act in a non linear way Sensitivity – critical awareness of the role of science in society combined with a caring and responsible disposition Grade Level This unit is targeted at the Standard Two level. Approximate Time Needed Unit Foundation Targeted Content Standards and Benchmarks © 2000-2007 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 1 of 4
  • 2. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes At the end of the unit pupils will be able to achieve with at least 75% accuracy: 1. Define a habitat. 2. Identify the components of an aquatic habitat. 3. Explore the four types of aquatic habitats. This will require more than one lesson. The four types of aquatic habitats include the pond, lake, sea and ocean. 4. Classify animals that live in each aquatic habitat. 5. Classify plants that live in each aquatic habitat. Each aquatic habitat will be taught as a separate unit. For example when teaching the pond – what it is, an example of, plants and animals that live in it, where it can be found, how is it made. Curriculum-Framing Questions Essential Question Unit Questions Content Questions Assessment Plan Assessment Timeline Before project work begins Students work on projects After project work is and complete tasks completed       Assessment Summary © 2000-2007 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 2 of 4
  • 3. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Unit Details Prerequisite Skills Instructional Procedures Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction Resource Student Nonnative English Speaker Gifted Student Materials and Resources Required For Unit Technology – Hardware (Click boxes of all equipment needed) Camera Laser Disk VCR Computer(s) Printer Video Camera Digital Camera Projection System Video Conferencing Equip. DVD Player Scanner Other Internet Connection Television Technology – Software (Click boxes of all software needed.) Database/Spreadsheet Image Processing Web Page Development Desktop Publishing Internet Web Browser Word Processing E-mail Software Multimedia Other Encyclopedia on CD-ROM Printed Materials © 2000-2007 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 3 of 4
  • 4. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Supplies Internet Resources Other Resources Programs of the Intel® Education Initiative are funded by the Intel Foundation and Intel Corporation. Copyright © 2007, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Education Initiative, and Intel Teach Program are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. © 2000-2007 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 4 of 4