Sunday, September 7, 2014

Weekly Lesson Plans - September 8, 2014- September 12, 2014
Mr. Bish /Science/ Literacy

Monday, September 8, 2014      C- Day

Objectives: Students will.....

1.) Participate in the first Monday Morning Meeting of the year.
2.) Work in cooperative groups on the guiding principles project.
3.) Present their work to the STEM team.

Lesson Task
Students will work in groups of four and five on the following guiding principles.


Students will define one of the guiding  principles.  Brainstorm and write down five examples of this guiding principles. Students will also create a presentation to teach the rest of the STEM team their selected guiding  principle.

Evidence of Student Learning: Students will present guiding principles and demonstrate presentation skills.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014       D- Day

What is Science?
Objectives: Students will .....

- Preview Atmosphere and Climate by Karen De Serve as well as Weather and Climate
-Understand the purpose of science and how they will use their senses to study science.

Evidence of Student- Students will learn the subjects being taught in grade six science. Students will learn that science is about asking questions.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014  E- Day

Lesson Focus:  Atmosphere- The Air Around You

Objective - Students will...
Describe the composition of the earth's atmosphere.
Explain  how the atmosphere is important for supporting living things.

Activity- Students will watch following video.  Students will identify the gases in the atmosphere . Nitrogen  ( 79%)and Oxygen (21%)
Students will work in groups to read pages 7-8 and identify the composition of the atmosphere.
Students will also share the importance of the atmosphere.

Evidence of Student Learning-  Students will write down information in their notes and share knowledge with each other

Thursday, September 11, 2014  F Day

Lesson Focus: Picture Day

Take a Moment to Remember

No Science Today Due to Picture Day

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Lesson Focus: Layers of the Atmosphere

Work in cooperative groups to learn about layers of the atmosphere.

Identify and Describe the layers of the atmosphere

Pages 16-20

You will make a diagram or drawing of the Layers of the Atmosphere  Due Tuesday
Barkley, Bish , Hughes

Your diagram needs to have the following:

Title- Layers of the Atmosphere
- Must have each layer must be labeled and spelled correctly.
-Layers must be in correct order.
- Each layer must be labeled and a description of each layer
- Kilometers must be labeled.
- Temperature must be labeled.
- Must be colored