Science Sub Plan- Social Media Biography Page

Science Sub Plan- Social Media Biography Page
Science Sub Plan- Social Media Biography Page
Science Sub Plan- Social Media Biography Page
Science Sub Plan- Social Media Biography Page
Science Sub Plan- Social Media Biography Page
Science Sub Plan- Social Media Biography Page
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Science Sub Plan B: Social Media for Scientists

Looking for a way for your students to have fun being creative while learning about the lives of four famous scientists? This science sub plan has your students make a fun Social Media Facebook account for one of the following scientists: Marie Curie, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel, or Isaac Newton.

This set comes with a fill-in Facebook profile, a rubric, and 4 one page biographies for each scientist. The biographies focus on their accomplishments and backgrounds and is designed to take one class period (approximately 50 minutes to 60 minutes).

Students really seem to remember the scientists lives after filling out these profiles which include their profile and cover photos, friends, workplace, birthplace, status update, and even a section dedicated to sponsored ads where they come up with something relevant that you might find on one of the scientists' pages. This is truly a lot of fun of the students, but rest assured, they will be learning when you are out!

Recommended for grades 7+
6 pages total

This sub plan can be found in the following bundles:
Secondary Science Sub Plans: Volume I
Secondary Science Sub Plans: Super Bundle


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Plan B: Social Media for Scientists
Students design a Facebook page using the biographies and templates included. Rubric is also included.

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❀Sub Plans A-E can be found in a mini bundle of 5 sub plans: Sub Plans Volume I (A-E)
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Plan F: Fossil Fuels, Fossil Rules, and Fossil Fools
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Plan G: The Moo-ving History of Vaccines
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Plan H- Generation Wireless (Radio Waves)
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Plan J- OMG! GMO! Genetically Modified Organism
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❀Sub Plans F-J can be found in a mini bundle of 5 sub plans: Sub Plans Volume II (F-J):❀
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Plan K: The Culture of Cheese
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Plan L: Big Foot and the Scientific Method
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Plan M- The World's Deadliest Animal
Students explore the mosquito and vector-borne diseases. Two version 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.

Plan N-Solar Power
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 how solar power: how it works and why it is a cleaner and more efficient alternative to fossil fuels.

Plan O-Antibiotics
Students are introduced to the history and science of antibiotics, and how they are evolving to form superbugs such as MRSA.

❀Sub Plans K-O can be found in a mini bundle of 5 sub plans: Sub Plans Volume III (K-N)

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Sub Plan P: The Buzz on the Bees Yay for Freebies! Check out this free Sub Plan to see how these great readings will fit in your classroom!

Vanessa Jason Biology Roots 2016
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6 pages
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Teaching Duration
55 minutes
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