Students will brainstorm, design and create an environment they feel will be most productive for a mealworm to grow and change.Students will define and understand the key terms: Abiotic, Biotic, Independent Variable, Dependent VariableStudents will design an experiment using the Scientic Methods
This lesson will incorporate the use of the Keynote app on the iPad. Students will need to demonstrate their understanding of multiple representations of an arithmetic sequence. Students will spend a class period creating the presentation.
This lesson is a culmination assessment of the things they have learned in social studies to analyze the ways cultures use, maintian, and preserve the physical enviornment. Identify ways people use their physical enviornment, compare changes in natural resources over time, describe ways to preserve and protect natural resources, compare perspectives of various communities toward their natural enviornment, and make inferences about the positive and negative impacts of human-caused change to the natural enviornment.
This is a lesson plan designed to teach students science standard 2 Standard 2.2.2Plan and carry out an investigation of the structure and function of plant and animal parts in different habitats. Emphasize how different plants and animals have different structures to survive in their habitat. Examples could include the shallow roots of a cactus in the desert or the seasonal changes in the fur coat of a wolf. (LS1.A, LS4.A, LS4.D)Students will demonstrate their knowledge by creating a newsletter using the Apple Pages app.
Students will complete CER.Phenomenon: What species of insects live in your home?Claim: Students will make a claim about the species of insects that live in their house. The claim can and will be edited as they provide supporting evidence.Evidence: Students will take their ipads and take pictures and videos of any insects they can find in their home. They will investigate every nook and cranny in their homes to find as many bugs as possible.Reasoning: Students will restate their claim, provide 4-6 pieces of concrete evidence, and connect the claim to an overarching scientific idea.imovie: Students will present their CER in an imovie. They will be required to include all aspects of their CER and record a voice over for the claim, pieces of evidence, and their reasoning.
This is a lesson plan created by Diane Timothy to teach students how to create a collage of different shapes and colors for a second-grade elementary class. This is done digitally on the Pages app. on an iPad. This lesson allows students to learn the app as a class and then get into small groups and work and collaborate together. Eventually students will make a collage with 6 different shapes and colors.Teachers can learn how to use the app in section 2 of this lesson plan.Come join the fun!
In this lesson students will learn about the different locations within a community and the function the have within the community. They will gain an udnerstanding of the diffent funcitons of the locations. Through a walking tour of their community, students will be able to use and iPad to take photos of the different locations in the community and create a simple iMovie that puts there photos together and alows them to share what they know about the location and how it benefits their community. Photo Citation:- Busby, Rebecca. Photo of Myton Elementary School. 21 May, 2022. Author's personal colection.
In this lesson, students will learn and create a digital story. This lesson will take approximately 45-50 minutes and is taught face to face with time to work on the iPads.
This is a lesson plan to help teach students how to create a digital story using the ipad app "Story Creator" The students will watch some examples of differnt digital stories other students have created. Next, students will use previously learned information on animals and their habitats to fill out a storyboard that will help guide them to creating a digital story. Students will draw pictures and write text to accompany these pictures. The lesson will end with students presenting about their animal they chose and its habitat through means of a digital story.
This is a fun follow up lesson after students have learned the basics of bar graphs. Teacher will model interviewing students about their favorite fundraiser, record the information and then create a bar graph to explain findings. As groups, the students will also interview, make a bar graph and then present to the class.
This is a lesson plan created by Brooke Alderks Guymon. Students will create a Keynote presentation of animal adaptations in different habitats. They will create a Title slide, four slides with two facts and a picture on each one, and a reference slide.
This lesson is focused on writing a biographical paragraph and creating a short film of a famous or influential person in American history. Students will research, write, and then create a movie using iMovie outlining the life of their chosen person. This unit takes 2-3 weeks to complete. Students can work in groups of two or on their own.
Content Area: Mathematics, StatisticsLesson: Students will use Ipad Numbers to collect data and calculate Standard Deviation.Exemplar: https://www.icloud.com/numbers/0kE5GGbPDrKdqKP5Z8WfBh6qg#BlankAssessment: https://www.uen.org/rubric/previewRubric?id=37027
Over the course of a week, each student will use an iPad to express their opinion on their favorite food through drawings/photos, written and spoken words. The teacher can combine the pages and recordings to create a class book read and explained from the students.
This lesson plan utilizes filmmaking to solidify student understanding of scientific phenomena related to matter. While the plan is tied to 5th grade SEEd standards, it can be adapted to meet any SEEd standard at any grade level, particularly in upper elementary, middle school, and high school. (This resource's preview image was created by the author of this lesson plan.)
This lesson teaches about the basics of MyPlate and asks students to create an advertisment on one section of MyPlate as their assessment. This lesson is designed for Utah FCS Exploration strands and standards. Strand 7, Standard 3: Discuss the current USDA Dietary Guidelines and MyPlate.