All About Animals Created by L.Crespo & A. Halsey
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Lesson 2 What Do Animals Need?Blooms Taxonomy Knowledge: Recall data or information.define, describe, list, match, and recall
Linguistic - using words effectivelyLogical -Mathematical - reasoning, calculating. Think conceptually
Lesson 2 What Do Animals Need?Behavioral Objectives:Students will be able to list and describe types of animals and their needs. Students will be able to use vocabulary that help describe parts of animals and their needs.
Lesson 2 What Do Animals Need?Scavenger Hunt In Prospect Park Students will be asked to walk around Prospect Park and locate an animal, they will need to locate the animals source of feed, water, and shelter.
Lesson 2 What Do Animals Need?Procedures Teacher will help students build a temporary home for meal worms. (hands on activity)Students will then (turn and talk, or stop and jot) down items they think the meal worms will need to survive in their temporary home.Students will then observe the meal worms home and draw/write about what they see.
Lesson 3 How Can We Group AnimalsBlooms TaxonomyRemembering- Can the student recall or remember the informationUnderstanding Can the student explain ideas or conceptsApplying Can the student use the information in a new wayGardners Multiple IntelligenceInterpersonal Understanding, interacting with othersLinguistic Using words effectivelyVisual Think in terms of physical space
Lesson 3 How Can We Group Animals Behavioral ObjectivesStudents will be able to list different types of animals (recall) and give two supporting details about these animals (comparing) Students will be able to create lists of animals based on their characteristics (classification, grouping, categorizing and sorting).Students will be able to complete an Animal Body Covering graphic organizer. Lesson 3 How Can We Group Animals?ProcedureTeacher will use text book pages (44-48) www.hspscience.com and display the pages on the smart board.Students will join a choral reading of these pages. The teacher will highlight the types of animals (fish, reptile.) and highlight characteristics of each. Teacher will then pull up a digital copy of the graphic organizer and guide students in fill-in the blanks.
Graphic OrganizerFill in the blank work sheet10Lesson 4 How Do Animals Grow and Change?Blooms TaxonomyRemembering- Can the student recall or remember the Understanding Can the student explain ideas or conceptsApplying Can the student use the information in a new wayGardners Multiple IntelligenceInterpersonal Understanding, interacting with othersLinguistic Using words effectivelyVisual Think in terms of physical space
Lesson 4 How Do Animals Grow and Change?ProceduresStudents will look at picture cards and match each adult animal with its young. (smart board activity)Students will create/fill-in a chart to compare adult animals with their young.Students will write/draw about how each adult animal is like its young and how it is different (compare and contrast).Lesson 4 How Do Animals Grow and Change?Hands on Activity: http://www.harcourtschool.com/menus/science/up_close1.html
Animal match up. Students will match picture cards of animal, then they will complete a questionaire worksheet 13Lesson 4 How Do Animals Grow and Change?Worksheet: fill in the chart with types of animals and list one
AnimalSameDifferentEx. Sea turtle Both have flippers. One is big one is small.Referenceswww.hspscience.comhttp://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listallaboupu.html