Parts of a Seed Learning Stations using Task Rotations and QR Codes!

Parts of a Seed Learning Stations using Task Rotations and
Parts of a Seed Learning Stations using Task Rotations and
Parts of a Seed Learning Stations using Task Rotations and
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Looking for a lesson to target all four learning styles? Task Rotations will help you reach that goal! These four learning stations are designed to target the four learning styles: mastery, self-expressive, interpersonal and understanding! My students love learning this way!

In this activity students will be looking at a Lima bean, scanning a QR code and watching a short video clip on seed dispersal and then writing a few sentences, comparing gymnosperms and angiosperms and then talking about seed dispersal!

The stations entail:
Station #1: Mastery - students will read the first page and then look at Lima Bean - I had them soak over night and they were perfect for the students to look at. Students will draw and label the parts of a Lima bean
Station #2: Interpersonal: Students will watch a video clip by scanning the QR Code and completing the activity that follows.
Station #3: Understanding: Comparing and Contrasting Angiosperms vs. Gymnosperms.
Station #4: Self-Expressive - Students have a "texting" conversation about seed dispersal.
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40 Minutes

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Parts of a Seed Learning Stations using Task Rotations and
Parts of a Seed Learning Stations using Task Rotations and
Parts of a Seed Learning Stations using Task Rotations and