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2.3.3 Lesson Plan - Exploring by Building
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Develop and use a model to describe how an object, made of a small set of pieces, can be disassembled and reshaped into a new object with a different function. Emphasize that a great variety of objects can be built from a small set of pieces. Examples of pieces could include wooden blocks or building bricks.

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Thanksgiving Point
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11/13/2020
2.3.4 Lesson Plan Changes in Matter
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Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about changes in matter caused by heating or cooling. Emphasize that some changes can be reversed, and some cannot. Examples of reversible changes could include freezing water or melting crayons. Examples of irreversible changes could include cooking an egg or burning wood.

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Science
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11/13/2020
3.1.1 Lesson Plan - Observing Weather
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Analyze and interpret data to reveal patterns that indicate typical weather conditions expected during a particular season. Emphasize students gathering data in a variety of ways and representing data in tables and graphs. Examples of data could include temperature, precipitation, or wind speed.

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Science
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Thanksgiving Point
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11/13/2020
3.1.2 Lesson Plan Climate Patterns
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Obtain and communicate information to describe climate patterns in different regions of the world. Emphasize how climate patterns can be used to predict typical weather conditions. Examples of climate patterns could be average seasonal temperature and average seasonal precipitation.

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Science
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Thanksgiving Point
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11/13/2020
3.1.3 Lesson Plan - Natural Disasters
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Design a solution that reduces the effects of a weather-related hazard. Define the problem, identify criteria and constraints, develop possible solutions, analyze data from testing solutions, and propose modifications for optimizing a solution. Examples could include barriers to prevent flooding or wind-resistant roofs.

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Thanksgiving Point
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11/13/2020
3.2.2 Lesson Plan - Human Genetic Traits
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Analyze and interpret data to identify patterns of traits that plants and animals have inherited from parents. Emphasize the similarities and differences in traits between parent organisms and offspring and variation of traits in groups of similar organisms.

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Science
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Thanksgiving Point
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11/13/2020
3.2.3 Lesson Plan - Why Animals Change Their Color
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Develop and use models to describe changes that organisms go through during their life cycles. Emphasize that organisms have unique and diverse life cycles but follow a pattern of birth, growth, reproduction, and death. Examples of changes in life cycles could include how some plants and animals look different at different stages of life or how other plants
and animals only appear to change size in their life.

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3.2.4 Lesson Plan - Trait or Behavior
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Construct an explanation showing how variations in traits and behaviors can affect the ability of an individual to survive and reproduce. Examples of traits could include large thorns protecting a plant from being eaten or strong-smelling flowers to attract certain pollinators. Examples of behaviors could include animals living in groups for protection or migrating to find more food.

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Thanksgiving Point
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11/13/2020
3.2.5 Lesson Plan - Where in the World Do You Live?
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Engage in argument from the evidence that in a particular habitat (system) some organisms can survive well, some survive less well, and some cannot survive at all. Emphasize that organisms and habitats form systems in which the parts depend upon each other. Examples of evidence could include the needs and characteristics of the organisms and habitats involved such as cacti growing in dry, sandy soil but not surviving in wet, saturated soil.

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11/13/2020
3.3.1 Lesson Plan - Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
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Plan and carry out investigations that provide evidence of the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on the motion of an object. Emphasize investigations where only one variable is tested at a time. Examples could include an unbalanced force on one side of a ball causing it to move and balanced forces pushing on a box from both sides producing no movement.

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11/13/2020
3.3.2 Lesson Plan - Predict Future Motion
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Analyze and interpret data from observations and measurements of an object’s motion to identify patterns in its motion that can be used to predict future motion. Examples of motion with a predictable pattern could include a child swinging on a swing or a ball rolling down a ramp.

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11/13/2020
3.3.3 Lesson Plan - Gravitational Force
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Construct an explanation that the gravitational force exerted by Earth causes objects to be directed downward, toward the center of the spherical Earth. Emphasize that "downward" is a local description depending on one’s position on Earth.

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11/13/2020
3.3.4 Lesson Plan - Forces
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Ask questions to plan and carry out an investigation to determine cause and effect relationships of electric or magnetic interactions between two objects not in contact with each other. Emphasize how static electricity and magnets can cause objects to move without touching. Examples could include the force an electrically charged balloon has on hair, how magnet orientation affects the direction of a force, or how the distance between objects affects the strength of a force. Electrical charges and magnetic fields will be taught in Grades 6 through 8.

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11/13/2020
3.3.5 Lesson Plan - Magnet Design Solution
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Design a solution to a problem in which a device functions by using scientific ideas about magnets. Define the problem, identify criteria and constraints, develop possible solutions using models, analyze data from testing solutions, and propose modifications for optimizing a solution. Examples could include a latch or lock used to keep a door shut or a device to keep two moving objects from touching each other.

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11/13/2020
5.1.1 Lesson Plan - Earth Structures
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Analyze and interpret data to describe patterns of Earth’s features. Emphasize most earthquakes and volcanoes occur in bands that are often along the boundaries between continents and oceans while major mountain chains may be found inside continents or near their edges. Examples of data could include maps showing locations of mountains on continents and the ocean floor or the locations of volcanoes and earthquakes.

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11/13/2020
5.1.1 Lesson Plan - Earthquakes and Landscapes
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Analyze and interpret data to describe patterns of Earth’s features. Emphasize most earthquakes and volcanoes occur in bands that are often along the boundaries between continents and oceans while major mountain chains may be found inside continents or near their edges. Examples of data could include maps showing locations of mountains on continents and the ocean floor or the locations of volcanoes and earthquakes.

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Date Added:
11/13/2020
5.1.2 Lesson Plan - Fresh Water and Salt Water
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Use mathematics and computational thinking to compare the quantity of saltwater and freshwater in various reservoirs to provide evidence for the distribution of water on Earth. Emphasize reservoirs such as oceans, lakes, rivers, glaciers, groundwater, and polar ice caps. Examples of using mathematics and computational thinking could include measuring, estimating, graphing, or finding percentages of quantities.

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Science
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Date Added:
11/13/2020
5.1.3 Lesson Plan - Weathering and Erosion
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Ask questions to plan and carry out investigations that provide evidence for the effects of weathering and the rate of erosion on the geosphere. Emphasize weathering and erosion by water, ice, wind, gravity, or vegetation. Examples could include observing the effects of cycles of freezing and thawing of water on rock or changing the slope in the downhill movement of water.

Subject:
Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Reimagine Teaching
Provider Set:
Thanksgiving Point
Date Added:
11/13/2020