Looking to engage your students with dynamic lesson presentations? I have created this 89 slide presentation to serve as the core instructional piece for my students learning about science process. These can be used to refresh your lessons and enhance your class. Because we are all different in our teaching practices, these files are completely editable by the end user. That means if you want to add a concept, clarify a definition or remove something, it’s very simple. In addition, these aren’t like presentations that come from text books, they are conversational in tone and designed to connect with students.
Here’s some ideas on how to use this product
• Direct instruction for the whole class.
• Use as a prereading assignment or to supplement text passages.
• Screen casting for flipped video instruction.
• Mass customized lessons with the student working through 1 on 1.
• Remediation presentation for student who didn’t get it or were absent.
• Lesson 1 Science and Observations
• Lesson 2 Quantitative and Qualitative Observations
• Lesson 3 Inferences and Hypothesis
• Lesson 4 Variables
• Lesson 5 Data and Experimental Error
• Lesson 6 Analyzing Data
• Lesson 7 Drawing Conclusions
What You Get
Getting started (bell ringer) for each lesson.
Lesson connection, how the bell ringer connects to the lesson
Rich graphical presentation
PowerPoint Files for each lesson
PDF file for quick sharing (the kind kids can’t edit in Google Drive). Also good to send to parents.
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