This is a sample lesson showing the format and style that I take in designing my lessons. I am a big believer in letting students guide the flow of a lesson (at least for certain activities). This requires careful attention on the teacher's part, but leads to valuable insight into our students' minds.
This lesson shows students a photo of Earth from space, and has them ask questions about it. How did we take the photo? When did we take it? How much water is on Earth? What is the radius/circumference/area/volume of Earth?
The lesson contains resources and a video to help them generate questions and answers to their inquiries. It is open-ended and easily adapted to fit a variety of needs.
This lesson could be used from primary to middle school. It is for science and math courses, focusing on space, astronomy and measurement.
It is my first sample lesson in the store MacroEducation.