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  • 1. Meredith Hart
  • 2. Essential Question What makes plants grow? Unit Questions 1)What does a plant need in order to survive? 2)How long does it take for a plant to grow? 3)Do plants respond to music, voices, or other noises?
  • 3. • Science • Math • Writing • 2nd Grade
  • 4. Math • Measure length in standard units, including inches, feet, and yards • Describe change over time in observable (qualitative) and measurable (quantitative) terms. Content Standards Science • Identify the relationship of structure to function in plants, including roots, stems, leaves, and flowers
  • 5. Use digital tools to access and retrieve information. Use digital environments to exchange ideas with individuals or groups. Content Standards Locate information in reference material using alphabetical order. Technology Language Arts Write words and sentences legibly with proper spacing in manuscript. Utilize research skills to collect and record information on a specific topic.
  • 6. Student Objectives The student will: 1) Identify the parts of a plant. 2) Investigate the life cycle of a seed. 3) Recognize how plants are a benefit to people and our planet. 4) Understand variables that effect plant growth. 5) Generate, record, and organize data. 6) Use the scientific method to investigate the effects of external stimuli on plants
  • 7. Unit Summary In this unit, students will take an in-depth look at plants. In order for this study to be meaningful, we will begin by asking the students what it is they want to know about plants and what they already know about plants to make connections. Once that is established, we will begin our investigation. Throughout the unit we will be growing plants and measuring the effects of sunlight, water, and other variables.
  • 8. Unit summary Topic, major concepts What will students do? A general description of activities What will students create?

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