Through multiple intelligence responses, your students become part of the action!
Learners gain far more than facts such as lobsters are nocturnal, they dislike sunlight, and this is why they usually hide under rocks during daytime.
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why lobsters mostly hunt at night for their favorite meals of fish, crabs, clams, worms and sea urchins.
Display these active learning materials as posters, task cards, bulletin displays, ebooks or hard cover handouts.
Dozens of ideas offered here will trigger your own ideas – to use multiple windows through which students see lobsters, lighthouses, sea adventures and themselves. Write “what if stories on additional topics that interest your students.
Students will discover how lobsters use their very well developed sense of smell, and compare how to use their own strengths
Learners love to play their way into using the lobsters four antennules on their heads,
partying with crusher claws, and join together with peers to illustrate how to move on two sets of legs, which they use for walking.
From the vantage of their own lighthouses
– learners discover how lobsters don’t like the sunlight and why they tend to hide in the depth of the sea.
Find tasks to engage each of their multiple intelligences!
Learners impersonate lobsters and enjoy a mock tea party together and they laugh, sing and dance the habits of a lobster from many perspectives they’ll especially enjoy.
This ebook, “WHAT IF YOU WERE A LOBSTER?” Is accompanied by corresponding pages of suggested multiple intelligence tasks
that build student skills to comprehend, articulate, impersonate, illustrate, predict, compare, imagine, tell stories and more. Your students will especially enjoy the discovery components of this WHAT IF YOU WERE A LOBSTER unit.
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will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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