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  • 1. DAILY LESSON PLAN Instructional Group Size: 17 Subject/Activity: Science- Magnets Essential Question: How can we make and use magnets? GPS Standard S3P2. Students will investigate magnets and how they affect other magnets and common objects. a. Investigate to find common objects that are attracted to magnets. b. Investigate how magnets attract and repel each other. Objectives: The students have learned about different types of magnets, their magnetic fields, the north and south poles and have found various items that magnets are attracted to. Today the students will create a magnetic book that will be used as a formative assessment. A rubric will be used to score the book and the students will need to make at least 70 % accuracy on the book to successfully complete this unit. Procedures: Introduction: TTW tell the students that the magnet unit is coming to an end and to wrap up all of the information, we are going to create a Magnet Book. TTW say you will be able to create the book to review and remember the content about Magnets. TTW say let’s review magnets by watching a brief video about magnets. TTW show the students the Magnetism and Magnets video on YouTube. Implementation: TTW review the main concepts learned about magnets. TTW begin by discussing the features of a magnet. TTW review magnetic poles and the characteristics of each pole. TTW also review the magnetic field and common uses for each magnet. TTW then tell the students that their page needs to be structured, yet creative. At this point in the lesson, the teacher will group the students into groups of 4. There will be 5 groups of 4 and each group will receive an iPad. The students will watch a Brain Pop video and take the quiz as a group. Modeling/ Examples: After the students have reviewed magnets, the students will get ready to create their books. If there are enough devices for the students, each student will complete their book using the Book Creator for iPads. If there are not enough, the students will complete a regular book and then create an electronic book. The teacher will distribute the paper and materials needed for the book. Each table will be given construction paper, pencils, markers,
  • 2. glue, pictures, staplers, and other arts and crafts. The teacher will tell the students that they will create a title page, table of contents, 6-8 pages with information, a glossary and reference page. The students will also have pictures of magnets with captions and diagrams of magnets or experiments. Guided Practice: TTW guide the students through the process of creating a book using the Book Creator for iPad. The teacher will review all the notes that were recorded and give the students an opportunity to include the information in their books. TTW tell the students to follow along as they partition the book into specific sections. The students will have a page that has different types of magnets, a page that discuss the north and south pole, a page that list different things that are attracted to magnets, a page that has different things that repel, a page that has discusses the magnetic field, and a page that has common things that use magnets. TTW tell the students to go online to the Follet Shelf to review E-books that will assist them in completing their books. Independent Practice: The students will all use iPads to look up information about magnets. The students will finish their books independently. The students will be required to find at least three facts online about magnets. The students will also include one experiment in their book. They will provide the materials and directions in their book. Closure: TTW tell the students to share their books with their classmates. TTW you all have worked hard and learned a lot of information about magnets. In order to hold on to all of our knowledge, we have created books that will last forever. Inside each book, you should find information pertaining to the magnetic field, poles, and common things that are attracted to magnets. You should also be able to find different types of magnets and pictures and diagrams. Today and everyday as you explore the objects around you, be sure to think of the things that are magnetic and the characteristics of a magnet. Materials iPads Smart Construction paper Pencils Markers Glue Pictures
  • 3. Staplers Magnetism and Magnets- Book Creator for iPad - ipad/id442378070?mt=8 Follet Shelf- Brain Pop- Evaluation : The students books will be evaluated using the following rubric. The students will score their books based on the rubric. The students must have at least 7/9 in order to move on.
  • 4. Magnet Book 3 2 1 Total Content I included a title page, table of contents, glossary , reference page, and at least 6 pages with content. I included a title page, table of contents, glossary , reference page, and at least 4 pages with content. I included some information, but not enough. My book has 3 or less content pages. Creativity My book is very creative and interactive. I used lots of colors and textures to make my book unique. My book is neat and has some colored pages. I chose not to decorate my book. Pictures and Diagrams I included pictures, diagrams, and captions in my book. I included pictures and diagrams, but I did not include captions. It chose not to include pictures and diagrams. Total