Antarctica: 90 Degrees South Western Reserve Public Media

Lesson Plans

Procedures for Using the Science Lesson Plans

Glaciers

Arctic vs. Antarctic

Food Webs

Insulation

Penguins

Cupcake Core Sampling

Wind Chill

Ozone Hole

Plate Tectonics

Ozone Hole Expert Groups

  1. Narrow your topic to a reasonable amount of material to teach in a 15-minute lesson.

    Your large topic Ozone Hole

    Your Subtopic__________________________

  2. Do research on your topic and find important facts.

  3. Brainstorm the facts and/or concepts you plan to include in your lesson and select the five facts you feel are most important.

 

FACTS: List them below!

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4. Now write five test questions you plan to submit. Make at least two short essay-type questions. The other three can be true/false, multiple choice, matching or fill in the blanks. Write the questions in blue and the answers in red.

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5. Now plan how you will teach the information. Remember, you are being evaluated on how the class does on your questions. You must plan a strategy to insure they will remember what you want them to know. Think about how you learn best. Describe your strategy below. Remember: cute may not be the same as effective!

 

 

 

 

6. Make a handout for your classmates that gives the five important facts about your topic.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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