Reading & Writing for Science: Sight & Sunlight CER

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  • HW: Work on Quarter Project (see previous post). Bonus (10%) if turned in this Friday.

  • CW: CER Paragraph using A=B=C CER outline.

  • DN: Clear your tables. Read the article.

  • Reminder: Food Web and Interactions Video feature fictional plants and animals. Project videos must feature ALL original video. Quality is important (focus, close ups, clear sound, etc.). Real examples are required for the vocab. video.

Resources

Article on Sight & Sunlight

Lesson Outline

5min Students complete the Do Now by reading article.

10min> Highlight select paragraphs.

5min< Setting up A=B=C CER outline for article.

10min Adding evidence to CER outline.

5min< Write CER Paragraph using the completed CER outline.

5min> Collect materials. Clean up. Wrap up.

Catch-Up Day

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  • HW: Work on Quarter Project (see previous post). Bonus (10%) if turned in this Friday.

  • DN: How far (%) are you on completing the Quarter Project?

  • Reminder: Food Web and Interactions Video feature fictional plants and animals. Project videos must feature ALL original video. Quality is important (focus, close ups, clear sound, etc.). Real examples are required for the vocab. video.

LESSON OUTLINE

5min> Students complete the Do Now by answering question in notebook.

5-10min Recap of Project details. Q &A.

15min Introduction to the A=B=C CER method. Aladdin CER Activity.

10-15min Catch-up Time.

5min Collect materials. Clean up. Wrap up.

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Ecosystems: Competitive Interaction StopMotion Animation

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  • HW: Work on Quarter Project (see previous post).

  • CW: Competitive Interaction SMA (via Google Classroom

  • DN: What is a competitive interaction? Examples?

  • EQ: How do members of different species interact with each other?

  • Reminder: Project videos must feature ALL original video. Quality is important (focus, close ups, clear sound, etc.). Real examples are required for the vocab. video.

Resources

Stop Motion Studio App (free)

Lesson Outline

5min> Students complete the Do Now by answering question in notebook.

10min Teacher outlines how to make a stopmotion animation; outlines the sequence; offers tips; arranges groups for equal access to technology; and distributes materials.

25min Students create a stopmotion animation of a competitive interaction. (Title - 5pics. Animal A gets plant and eats it. Animal B is sad and hungry - 30+pics. Credits - 5pics.) Turn in via Google Classroom.

5min Collect materials. Clean up. Wrap up.