If you already own my Oceans Lab then this is the supplemental product to purchase.
Otherwise, The Complete 5E Oceans Lesson Plans Are Here
Oceans - Everything you need to teach a unit on the structures of our oceans, ocean currents, human impact on oceans, the composition of oceans, and how salinity, density and temperature are related. Each lesson plan follows the 5E model and provides you with the exact tools to teach the concept. All of the guesswork has been removed with this NO PREP lesson.
After completing the unit students will be able to answer these essential questions.
- What elements make up the ocean?
- How are salinity, temperature, and density related?
- How does the sun drive ocean currents?
- What are some examples of seafloor structures and how are they mapped?
- How are humans dependent on ocean?
- How have human activities modified the oceans?
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What’s Included in the 5E Lesson:
Objective and I CAN statements – 11x17 for class display
Blank Objective and I CAN statements – Available for editing
Engagement Activity - Specific instructions for teacher for an engaging introduction
Differentiated Station Lab – NOT INCLUDED. The Complete Product With The Lab Is Here
Editable Interactive PowerPoint - No more boring notes
Anchor Chart Ideas
Student Choice Project – completed in class or at home
Homework – Weekly homework assignment
Assessment – Open-ended and modified assessment
Crossword - On-level and modified versions
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