Light Lapbook: Hands-On Experiment Based Unit Bundle
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This file contains EVERYTHING you need to teach a unit on light. Students will love creating the lapbook and adding to it with each lesson. The lapbook increases student accountability for their own learning. That being said, it's completely possible to teach this unit and use the pieces in a notebook, if you'd rather.
You'll get 50+ pages of lesson plans, informational articles, lapbook/notebook pieces, experiments, a PowerPoint, and assessments:
♥ Teacher notes for success
♥ Instructions to make a lapbook
♥ Lesson 4: Light travels in a straight line
♥ Lesson 5: Translucent, transparent, and opaque
♥ Lesson 8: Light can be separated into colours
♥ Show what you know poster task with criteria/assessment (points and proficiency scale versions) NOT FOUND ANYWHERE BUT IN THIS BUNDLE!
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Note: This file is a zip file containing 2 PDFs. Canadian and American spellings are included.
This unit aligns with the following curricular outcomes for Grade 4. Be sure to check with the curriculum in your area to see how it aligns.
-Light is a form of energy with specific properties.
-Light is required to see.
-investigate the characteristics and properties of light
-demonstrate an understanding of light as a form of energy that has specific characteristics and properties
4-2-01 Use appropriate vocabulary related to their investigations of light.
Include: energy, reflect, absorb, transmit, artificial, light beam, transparent, translucent, opaque, technological development, science, brightness.
4-2-02 Give examples of various forms of energy.
Include: light, heat, food, sound.
4-2-03 Recognize that energy is an integral part of daily life.
LI4.1 Investigate the characteristics and physical properties of natural and artificial sources of light in the environment.
LI4.2 Analyze how light interacts with different objects and materials to create phenomena such as shadows, reflection, refraction, and dispersion.
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303-3 distinguish between objects that emit their own light and those that require an external source of light to be seen
303-2 demonstrate that light travels in all directions away from a source
303-4 investigate how a beam of light interacts with a variety of objects, in order to determine whether the objects cast shadows, allow light to pass, or reflect light
303-5 predict the location, shape, and size of a shadow when a light source is placed in a given location relative to an object
303-6 demonstrate and describe how a variety of media can be used to change the direction of light
303-7 demonstrate that white light can be separated into colours
Sources of Light: plan an investigation and communicate questions and ideas with others about light emitted from an object, its own or an external source (204-7, 207-1, 303-3)
Light Radiates from a Source: observe, demonstrate, and make conclusions about how light travels and is dispersed from a variety of light sources (206-5, 303-2)
Objects That Absorb, Transmit, and/or Reflect Light:
•investigate and predict how light interacts with a variety of objects (including changes in the location, shape, and relative size of a shadow) in order to determine whether the objects cast shadows, allow light to pass, and/or reflect light (303-4, 303-5)
•classify objects as opaque, transparent, or translucent (206-1)
•make observations and collect information about the reflective and refractive properties of various materials of different shapes (205-5)
Bending Light: demonstrate and describe how a variety of media can be used to
change the direction of light (303-6)
Dispersion of Light: demonstrate that white light can be separated into colours
(dispersion) (104-6, 205-3, 303-7)
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