Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF

Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
Plant Properties: Three Unique Rainforest Trees and Vines PDF
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OVERVIEW

Students read text and view rich, authentic media as they learn about diversity and characteristics of plants in the rainforest. The lesson pack contains 10 pages and was written for grade 3 students but is also appropriate for students in grades 2 and 4. This lesson typically takes 1 to 2 sessions to teach. The number of sessions depends on depth of study, completion of assessment, and amount of session time devoted to class discussion. This recommendation is based on an estimate of 30 minutes per lesson for grades K-2 and 40 minutes for grades 3-5. The content and media have been designed to encourage class discussion.

The high-interest rainforest theme is used to present NGSS-aligned life science content.

HOW TO USE

The format allows for teacher-led lessons on a digital display as well as small group or individual use on computers. Students can use independently on iPads or computers for enrichment, reinforcement, or at science centers. Content is engaging and helps meet nonfiction literacy requirements.   

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CONCEPTS COVERED

-- the job of plants and tree leaves is to collect sunlight  

-- kapok trees are supported by buttress roots  

-- rainforest vines are rooted in the ground, but grow on trees and bushes

-- some vines harm trees  

ASSESSMENTS

-- end-of-lesson activity

-- chapter review

STANDARDS

-- LS4.B Natural Selection

-- LS3.B Vari-- profile of the orangutan

-- profile of the pumaation of Traits

-- LS4.C Adaptation

-- LS2.C Ecosystem Dynamics, Functioning,  and Resilience

MORE CONTENT LIKE THIS

-- This same lesson content also appears in larger unit packs, and some media may also appear in Rainforest Journey media resources packs.

-- This lesson is excerpted from the Rainforest Journey K-5 digital life science program produced by a team of educators and media producers.

-- Additional features available in the full program include audio tracks for lessons, activities, primary sources, assessments, and data analytics.

-- Some of the additional features are available in unit offerings. For details, search this site for document named: “Rainforest Journey Life Science Unit Lesson Packs for K-5 Contents List”.

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