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09 30-2013-what are

  1. 1. WHAT ARE ________ ? A Concept Attainment Lesson
  2. 2. What are we talking about?  Soil  Trees  Cows  Cars  Houses  Hamburgers Examples – things it is Non Examples – things it is NOT
  3. 3. Questions  How is the example group similar to the non example group?  How is the example group different from the non example group?  Tentative Hypothesis:
  4. 4. What are we talking about?  Soil  Trees  Cows  Land  Gold  Coffee Beans  Cars  Houses  Hamburgers  Schools  Jewelry  Coffee Examples – things it is Non Examples – things it is NOT
  5. 5. New Tentative Hypothesis  Fill in this section. If your hypothesis has not changed, write the same thing you wrote before.
  6. 6. What are we talking about?  Soil  Trees  Cows  Land  Gold  Coffee Beans  Water  Coal  Sunlight  Cars  Houses  Hamburgers  Schools  Jewelry  Coffee Cups  Swimming Pools  Fireplaces  Roads Examples – things it is Non Examples – things it is NOT
  7. 7. Finally:  Refine Hypothesis:  Define what it is:  Define what it is not:  Create your own examples and non examples
  8. 8. Wrap it Up  Read pages 2-3 in the Conservation magazine.  Complete your Skull Reflection – tape to page 35, fill in organizer based on what we have talked about in class today and what you read in the magazine.  If you’ve finished the reading and the Skull Reflection, you can flip through the rest of the magazine until class is over

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