Science Sub Plans for Secondary Science pack containing 5 emergency sub plans that are meaningful, easy to use, and relate to student lives. This sub plan is a useful tool to help encourage scientific literacy in reading, graphing, and making connections to the scientific world.
Don't worry about having to bundle multiple short and unrelated articles into 1 sub plan. Each of these 5 sub plans plans are the right size to keep your students engaged for the entire period. Each of these sub plans are 4-6 pages long, and meet multiple standards, including literacy, diagrams, and simple graphing.
*Student and class packets are included as an option to save paper.
Check out the reviews. Many past buyers of my sub plans have told me they love these lessons so much that they end up using them at the end of the year anyways, despite not being sick. Volume III gives you yet another set to love!
Many districts (including mine) are requiring a sub folder with activities to do "on-the-fly" in case of an emergency absence. I always had trouble with this. Though it's a great idea, it's often hard to predict when you'll be out and what the class is studying at the time of your absences. That's why I created these sub plans that relate to science, pique student interests, and can be used at nearly any time.
Buy Bundled and save! This package of 5 sub plans saves you 20%!This package contains 5 "Emergency Sub Plans" to get you through the year. These activities are common core aligned for literacy in science. They can be used for health or social studies, as well.
Students explore the history and the science behind the cheesemaking process, specifically on enzymes and fermentation. Analysis and graphing required.
This takes a non-biased, psychological spin on Big Foot’s suggested existence and why it is so important that we use the scientific method. Students form an experiment trying to lure Big Foot with apples. Analysis questions included.
Students explore the mosquito and vector-borne diseases. Two versions are included with this sub plan: an original version that introduces students to bar graph breaks when working with a wide range of data, and a graph-free version that omits the graph and includes a couple extra analysis questions.
Students are introduced to the history of fossil fuel use going all the way back to Rockefeller, how it has affected our environment. Students explore solar power: how it works and why it is a cleaner and more efficient alternative to fossil fuels.
Students are introduced to the history and science of antibiotics, and how they are evolving to form superbugs such as MRSA.
These activities can be used for grades 6-12. Graphing skills are required for the line and bar graph. These are designed to keep students busy and can be completed within a 50 minute time frame.You only need to choose/use one per sick/personal day.
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