With warm ups, closings, reflection questions, language support, advanced learner support, and multiple ways to differentiate this 5E lesson has it all. Plus you have the option of going completely paperless or you can use the paper version.
Through videos, online investigations, digital notebooks, readings, and hands-on investigations your students will conduct investigations and gather evidence about cells and living things to support the claim that living things are made of one or many cells. Students can access and edit from any computer or device. It is formatted to work with both GOOGLE Drive ™ and Microsoft OneDrive™.
This 5E lesson is designed to teach:
** NGSS MS LS1-1: Conduct an investigation to provide evidence that living things are made of cells; either one cell or many different numbers and types of cells
What is included:
*Daily Warm Up and Closing
*Quality Questions to ask students during the lesson as they investigate the topic
*Sentence support for written and oral communication
*Gifted Learning icons
*Different models to choose from to teach the 5E lesson
*Suggested time frame for each part of the lesson
*Videos for the explore portion, and explain portion
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