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What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science: DAY ONE

What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
What Do I Teach on the First Days of School in Science:  DAY ONE
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WHAT DO I TEACH ON THE FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL
IN SCIENCE - - DAY ONE
WHO IS A SCIENTIST

Stereotypes of scientists abound: The nerd with the pencil protector and the wild haired physicist (both white males) fill the scientific landscape with inaccurate cartoon antics. Scientists come in both sexes and every imaginable race and ethnic group. In fact, we are all scientists if we simply experiment with something new or evaluate the underlying principals of human interaction.

The Lesson contains Cognitive Student Engagement: Students must address, identify, and surgically alter their misconceptions of the scientist stereotype.
Academic Rigor: Students are given the time to navigate their own thought processes, reflectively analyze their naïve conceptions, and voluntarily change their perspective.






This complete lesson plan packet includes:

Lesson Plan

(a) Rational
(b) Cognitive Student
(c) Engagement:.
(d) Academic Rigor:
(e) Supply List
(f) Lesson Format and Progression
(g) Formative Assessment
(h) Much more . . .
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(a) 12 slides (one concept per slide)
(b) Coordinates with Student Worksheet
(c) Teaching suggestions and recourses included in the NOTES section below slides

Student Worksheets

(a) Two pages of student worksheets
(b) Draw a Scientist
(c) Double Bubble Thinking Map

Easily used with COMMON CORE.

Packaged for adaptability with SPED and Special Needs.

The Lesson contains Cognitive Student Engagement: Students must address, identify, and surgically alter their misconceptions of the scientist stereotype.

Academic Rigor: Students are given the time to navigate their own thought processes, reflectively analyze their naïve conceptions, and voluntarily change their perspective.

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12 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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