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    Magnetic Fields - A 5E Lesson Bundle for high school students. Everything you need in one tidy package. This fully-editable, no prep bundle follows the 5E model and provides step-by-step instructions on how to implement it in your classroom. Each included resource is either completely or almost completely self-contained, meaning little to no classroom materials are needed. This bundle contains a mix of digital and paper-based resources and encourages collaboration and creativity at every turn.

    Since 5E lessons provide differentiated instruction in their very nature, your students will complete the unit with an understanding of:

    • Magnet Fields
    • Law of Magnetic Poles
    • Permanent vs. Temporary Magnets
    • Earth’s Magnetic Field
    • Oersted’s Principle
    • The Right-Hand Rule
    • Magnetism and Electricity
    • Solenoids
    • Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Induction
    • Faraday’s and Lenz’s Laws
    • Conventional Current and Electron Flow

    Your students will also confront and overcome the following misconceptions.

    • Electricity and magnetism are unrelated
    • There’s only one kind of magnet and it is unchanging
    • Conventional current shows the direction of electron movement

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    How does the 5E model facilitate learning?

    • It emphasizes inquiry, critical thinking, and the process of science

    • Its success is backed by countless scientific studies that demonstrate its effectiveness

    • It’s built around the idea that humans construct knowledge and meaning from their learning experiences. That they build upon their prior knowledge and to be effective, learning needs to be active and allow the participants to construct new knowledge from their experiences

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    What's included? Directly below is a general overview of the 5E's. Please scroll down a little further to see specifically what's included inside your 5E lesson including direct links to the products you'll find.

    Engagement Phase

    - This could involve a short video with probing questions or a discussion based on current events, common misconceptions, etc.

    - Creates interest and excitement for your students

    - Asks questions and probes their initial conceptions

    - In this bundle, your students will be immediately gripped by an engaging video activity which will lead into a class discussion

    Exploration Phase

    - Students use and develop creative thinking skills, make observations, record results, and make connections

    - This bundle comes with a 7-station Lab Activity where they will gain real experiences with the topic

    **Note: The lab station activity requires very little preparation or materials**

    - For a complete description of the lab station activity, please see below

    Explanation Phase

    - This is the instructional phase where concepts are presented to the students in a clear and applicable way

    - Students develop understanding of the content

    - Observations and experiences are discussed and critiqued

    - Students develop vocabulary

    - Students are able to connect the content presented to previous experiences

    - This bundle includes a lesson in PowerPoint and .PDF formats. For a complete description, please see below

    Elaborate Phase

    - This phase involves the students completing an activity or assignment that forces them to expand their thinking and knowledge of the topic. They will propose solutions and extend their learning to new situations

    - This bundle includes a comprehension reading to further explain topics

    - For a complete description, please see below

    Evaluate Phase

    - Your students will demonstrate their understanding and evaluate their own progress

    - This phase involves the students completing an activity or assignment that forces them to expand their thinking and knowledge of the topic. They will propose solutions and extend their learning to new situations

    - The evaluation section includes a quiz that will allow you to evaluate your students' topic understanding

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    The NRC's How People Learn has synthesized decades of research across many different disciplines about how people learn. Key findings from that synthesis include the following. First, students (people) must be interested and engaged in what they are learning and find it useful and meaningful. Second, students (people) must be actively involved in the process of teaching and learning, comparing new information to previous ideas, constructing new understandings, and quite simply changing their own minds about how the world works. And third, students (people) need opportunities to apply what they have learned to new situations, to check the completeness of their understanding, and to evaluate their own learning for themselves. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2931660/)

    By incorporating this 5E lesson, you will provide your students with a meaningful and coherent way of learning that best suits their needs. You will also utilize technology in a way that creates order and promotes understanding.

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    The follow 5E lessons are currently included or will be added shortly. Please note that I am always increasing the number of lessons.

    Physics

    Newton's Three Laws of Motion

    Current Electricity and Circuits

    One and Two-Dimensional Motion

    Static Electricity

    Light and its Production

    Energy, Energy Transfer, and its Forms

    Kinetic and Gravitational Potential Energy

    Electricity Production

    Friction

    Density and Buoyancy

    Sound and Hearing

    Calculating Average Speed, Velocity, and Displacement

    Mass, Volume, Density, and Buoyancy

    Magnetic Fields

    Work and Energy

    Renewable Energy

    How Planes Fly

    Acceleration

    Refraction

    Power

    Liquids and Gases

    Momentum, Conservation of Momentum and Impulse

    Nonrenewable Energy Sources

    Projectile Motion

    Magnetic Fields

    Coming Soon:

    • Sound, Sound Energy, and Speed

    Biology

    Cells and the Cell Theory - Complete 5E Unit

    The Human Digestive System

    Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

    Mitosis and the Cell Cycle

    The Circulatory System

    Cancer

    Photosynthesis

    The Human Respiratory System

    Cell Membrane and Transport

    Energy Flow In Ecosystems

    The Human Eye

    DNA Manipulation and GMOs

    Physical and behavioral adaptations

    Plant Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

    Biodiversity

    Meiosis

    Genetic Disorders

    Reproductive Technologies

    Muscular and Skeletal System

    Integumentary System

    Introduction to Evolution

    DNA, Genes, Chromosomes, and Alleles

    Mutations

    Carbohydrates and Lipids

    Genetic Material - DNA and RNA

    The Nervous System

    Coming Soon:

    • Excretory system

    • Endocrine system

    • Hearing and the Human Ear

    • Plant anatomy

    Earth and Space Science

    Climate Change and Global Warming

    The Moon and its Phases

    Our Solar System

    The Seasons

    Human Space Exploration

    The Life and Death of Stars

    Eclipse - Solar and Lunar

    Asteroids, Comets, and Meteors

    Cloud Types

    Plate Tectonics

    The Rock Cycle

    Natural Disasters

    Meteorology

    Fossils and Geologic Time

    Earthquakes and Volcanoes

    Watersheds

    Ecology

    The Cycling of Matter: The Water and Carbon Cycles

    Cells and the Cell Theory

    Ecosystems

    Invasive Species

    Interactions Within Ecosystems

    Photosynthesis

    Physical and behavioral adaptations

    Plant Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

    Biodiversity

    Classification of Living Things

    Ecological Succession

    Chemistry

    Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes

    Atoms and the Atomic Theory

    Introduction to Chemical Reactions

    Types of Chemical Reactions and Balancing Equations

    Molecular and Ionic Compounds

    Acids, Bases, and pH

    The Periodic Table

    The Mole/Avogadro's Number

    The Particle Theory

    Chemical Bonds

    Pure Substances and Mixtures

    Solutions and Mechanical Mixtures

    Pressure, Volume, and Temperature

    Coming Soon:

    • Atomic Theory, Atomic Structure, and Isotopes

    General Science

    Scientific Method, Skills, and Safety

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    Explore - Magnetic Fields - Lab Station Activity

    This fully editable Lab Station Activity on Magnetic Fields is meant to get your students out of their seats and engaged in the content. This activity was designed for high school physical science students.

    Each station not only offers a unique opportunity to test your students' knowledge (offer an opinion, answer questions based on a video or reading, draw, etc.) but also provides a fantastic learning opportunity where your kids are learning through assessment. Each station comes with a description card while some also contain more detailed instructions, a reading, questions to answer, etc. Students are equipped with a recording sheet (passport) to write their answers. There is almost no prep for you. Simply print the cards, lay them out around the room and you're all set. An answer key is also provided where applicable.

    No prep, no formatting, no issues. Simply download, print (or upload to your class site) and you're all set.

    **This resource is fully editable for your convenience**

    This resource covers the following topics:

    •Magnet Fields

    •Law of Magnetic Poles

    •Permanent vs. Temporary Magnets

    •Earth’s Magnetic Field

    •Oersted’s Principal

    •The Right-Hand Rule

    •Magnetism and Electricity

    •Solenoids

    •Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Induction

    •Faraday’s and Lenz’s Laws

    •Conventional Current and Electron Flow

    How do the Lab Stations work? Each station is specially designed to be a unique complement to the material while at the same time, provide a valuable learning experience. Below is an overview of how each station works. In your activity, each will be tailored to the specific content.

    Station 1: Get Hands-On – using their creative skills, students are required to draw or build.

    Station 2: Research – using a classroom computer or their own device, students must research a specific question/issue surrounding the topic.

    Station 3: Explain yourself – students write down an opinion to a question in paragraph form.

    Station 4: Rest Station - students can use this time to catch up on work they didn't have time to complete at a previous station or prepare themselves for an upcoming one.

    Station 5 - Applicability reading – students read a short passage from an article, website, etc. which directly connects the classroom content to a real-life application.

    Station 6: Test your knowledge – students answer 5 multiple choice questions then provide a written explanation for how/why they came to their conclusions.

    Station 7: Learn from the expert – using a classroom computer or their own device, students must watch a short video clip and answer the associated questions. They may stop, rewind and restart as often as they like during the time frame.

    Station 8 - Rest Station.

    Station 9: Become the question master – Students must create 2 multiple-choice questions, 2 true/false questions and 1 short answer question. Students must also supply the answers.

    These station cards are meant to be used as a lab activity but can also be utilized in a review task before a test or a quiz. Used either way, your students will love it! I know mine do and I'm telling you from first-hand experience as I've used this activity in my own class.

    Explain - Magnetic Fields - Magnets, Electromagnet, and Their Applications

    This 32-slide PowerPoint lesson on Magnetic Fields begins with a student-centered discussion on the applications of magnetism as well as a brief overview of what magnets are and how they're used. It then goes into Magnetic Poles, Permanent vs. Temporary Magnets, and Earth’s Magnetic Field. It concludes by examining Oersted’s Principal, the Right-Hand Rule, the connection between Magnetism and Electricity, Solenoids, Electromagnetism, Faraday’s and Lenz’s Law, and Conventional Current vs. Electron Flow. It is a thorough overview and introduction that will fit any high school classroom well.

    There are 4 videos embedded in the PowerPoint and 1 online simulation. Simply start the slideshow and click the image and it will automatically open in your browser. The lesson contains diagrams, examples, and explanations. It includes the lesson (student and teacher versions of the PowerPoint) and a student lesson handout as a word document which follows the PowerPoint.

    Included in the lesson package is:

    - The teacher version of the PowerPoint

    - The student version of the PowerPoint

    - 4 videos embedded into the PowerPoint

    - 1 online simulation

    - Student lesson handout

    In order, the lesson covers:

    1. Magnet Fields

    2. Law of Magnetic Poles

    3. Permanent vs. Temporary Magnets

    4. Earth’s Magnetic Field

    5. Oersted’s Principal

    6. The Right-Hand Rule

    7. Magnetism and Electricity

    8. Solenoids

    9. Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Induction

    10. Faraday’s and Lenz’s Laws

    11. Conventional Current and Electron Flow


    Since you're teaching electricity and magnetism, you might be interested in the other lessons from this unit.

    Lesson 1 - Electricity Overview-Current, Voltage, Power, and Cost

    Lesson 2 - Electric Circuits – Current, Voltage, and Resistance

    Lesson 3 - Magnetic Fields - Magnets, Electromagnet, and Their Applications

    Lesson 4 - Motors and Generators

    Lesson 5 - Electrical Safety

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    The student version of the PowerPoint contains multiple blanks that need to be filled in throughout the lesson. These blanks are conveniently underlined and bolded on the teacher copy. I have found this to be the most effective means of keeping my students engaged and active without having them write everything out. This also leaves more time for discussion and activities.

    Elaborate - Magnets and Electromagnets - A Science Reading Comprehension Resource

    This resource covers the following topics:

    - A brief history

    - How it works

    - Current applications

    - Earth's magnetic field

    - The future

    Buyer Comments:

    - "I used this today with my 9th graders for a sub activity; it was well received and a good reinforcement of the material we've been discussing in class. Thank you!"

    - "Great Resource!!"

    The sample contains the full version of my Climate Change resource for your review. Please take this gift and use to fully understand the type of resource you are purchasing.

    The Problem You Face - Not having the time to properly teach scientific literacy (disciplinary literacy) or improve your students reading comprehension and analysis skills.

    The Solution

    This fully editable, NO PREP reading comprehension article is composed of relevant, applicable and engaging reading activities which can be used to:

    • introduce your topic

    • improve your students reading comprehension and scientific literacy skills

    • improve your students analyse skills

    • provide an extension activity to students who move at a faster pace

    • provide extra credit to students in need

    • measure your students literacy skills

    Furthermore, this resource works very well as an emergency substitute plan as it will keep your students on task and focused while you are away.

    This resource will take your students between 50-75 minutes to complete and includes some open-ended questions. An answer key is also included for your reference.

    Each summary is rich with age appropriate content (grades 8 and up) and is 2.5-3 pages long (13-font). Following each is a list of 8-13 questions along with the answer key, which will help guide your students understanding.

    How this product will help your students:

    - Improve their scientific and disciplinary literacy skills

    - Improve their reading comprehension and scientific knowledge

    - Give them insights into important scientific concepts

    - Provide an extension activity for your faster moving/more gifted students

    How this product will help you:

    - Allow you to meet the NGSS, TEKS and Common Core Standards

    - Provide you with a concise introduction to your topic

    - Provide you with an engaging and easy to leave substitute plan which will keep your students engaged and on task

    - Prove you a means of measuring your students literacy skills

    We don't spend enough time teaching scientific literacy to our students. This is either because we don't have the resources to do so effectively or we don't have the time. However, teaching our students to become scientifically literate is vital if we want them to succeed in life. We need them to know about the world they live in and about the issues they face. Even issues as simple as the common cold are misunderstood and can lead to the misuse of antibacterial drugs eventually rendering them ineffective.

    It can be used as a tool in your teaching arsenal on a regular basis, an extension activity for your faster learners, left for a substitute in an emergency or planned absence or as an extra bit of information for a topic.

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    For free resources, useful teaching tips, and tools, please visit my blog - TeachScienceWithFergy.com

    If you have any questions please feel free to send me an email - devon@teachwithfergy.com

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