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This product includes Cornell notes, an activity, a presentation on the lesson, and a mini quiz on energy forms and the law of conservation of energy. This product is part of my Energy Unit Bundle filled with all five lessons, projects with rubrics, editable assessments and more. My Energy, Work, and Simple Machines Digital Google Drive Notebook is a digital AND printable version of my unit bundle offering flexibility and editing power!
THIS LESSON WILL ENGAGE YOUR STUDENTS IN THE FOLLOWING:
• Mechanical energy
• Chemical Potential energy
• Gravitational Potential energy
• Nuclear Energy
• Light Energy
• Law of Conservation of Energy
There are six versions—filled, filled and vocabulary/main ideas underlined (close note strategies) and fill-in-the-blank (a set with Next Generation Science Standards and a set with a blank section to fill-in your own state standards). Notes are completed by following along with the presentation. This allows you to walk around, support and engage with students. There are five criteria to the Cornell notes: header, student notes, drawings of main ideas, summary, and student-derived question (Depths of Knowledge).
Presentation guides direct instruction as students follow along and complete their Cornell notes. Presentation revisits anticipation guide statements from the beginning of the lesson and at the end (serves as warm-up), has built-in mini quiz at the end of each lesson to check for understanding (5 multiple choice questions with answers), pictures to help learn the material, and starter sentences to support students complete the summary section of their Cornell notes focused on the essential questions (differentiated instruction).
An activity follows the Cornell note in order to support and reinforce students' understanding of the content and provide students an opportunity to think critically by creating something new with the input received from the notes. There are five criteria: written portion, art, color, reflection, and an “excellent" component to encourage students to do a quality piece of work.
Each criteria is worth one point making each Cornell and activity worth five points. For easy grading, simply circle missing components or stamp to designate full credit. As a teacher, I am out the door after the bell rings and I do not bring any grading home. I truly am the teacher time saver!
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