4th sci 1.6

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4th sci 1.6

  1. 1. Teachers : P. Alejandro, E. Quezada, C. Ramirez, J. Rodriguez Grade : 4th Subject : Science Week of: Sept. 27 – Oct. 1 DR. C.M CASH ELEMENTARY LESSON PLANS- WEEKLY DAY OBJECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES MATERIALS/ACTIVITIES NOTES MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY . THURSDAY FRIDAY TEKS 4.2C 4.5C TEKS 4.2C 4.5C TEKS 4.2C 4.5C TEKS 4.2C 4.5C TEKS 4.2C 4.5C TLW Identify changes that can occur in the physical properties of the ingredients of solutions such as dissolving sugar in water. TLW Construct simple tables. Charts, bar graphs, and current technology to organize, examine and evaluate data TLW determine whether a substance is a mixture can be separated and will understand that tools can be used to separate them. 4.2 The student uses scientific inquiry methods during field and laboratory investigations. 1st SW - Mixtures and Solutions End of Lesson Evaluation Performance Indicator(s) Create a graphic organizer to observe, measure, record and describe the properties of two different substances and determine which substance is a mixture and which substance is a solution. Write a paragraph that clearly explains the choices. (4.2C; 4.5C). Mixtures and Solutions CSCOPE Lesson Located at http://drcash.pbworks.com/4th-Science Supplemental Material http://drcash.pbworks.com/4th-Science-Matter%2C-Mixtures%2C-and-Solution-1st-Six-Weeks 4.2C Construct simple tables. Charts, bar graphs, and current technology to organize, examine and evaluate data. 4.5C Compare and contrast a variety of mixtures and solutions, such as rocks in sand, sand in water or sugar in water. Construct, Organize, Examine, Evaluate DATA Including, but not limited to: simple tables, charts, bar graph, maps (weather maps) Compare, Contrast A VARIETY OF MIXTURES AND SOLUTIONS Including, but not limited to: rocks in sand, sand in water, sugar in water Key Understanding : Mixtures and solutions are unique to one another but have properties that may be compared. Lesson Bridge** For this TEKS, reference 5th grade, Unit 01, Lesson 02 Mixtures and Solutions * Unit Overview/Quick Glance Engage: Mixtures Use pg 3-4 Explore/Explain 1: Mixture 1 pgs 3-4 Explore/Explain 2: Mixture 2 pg 4 Explore/Explain 3: Mixture 3 pgs 4-5 Explore/Explain 4: Created Mixture pgs 6-7 Engage: Example/Non-Example Use pg 7-8 Explore: Dissolving Sugar Use pgs 8-10 Explore: Solutions in a Cup p 10 Elaborate: pgs 10-11 Evaluate: See Performance Indicator above Explore/Explain 3: Mixture 3 pgs 4-5 Explore/Explain 4: Created Mixture pgs 6-7 Homework : create a simple mixture and bring it in a sandwich bag Explore: Solutions in a Cup p 10 Elaborate: pgs 10-11 Evaluate: See Performance Indicator

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