In this three week unit, students will practice skills related to argumentative writing. They will ultimately write an argumentative/persuasive letter to the school board regarding school safety policy.
In this lesson students work in collaborative groups to collect, represent, and interpret numerical data that they generate by using Sphero robots to knock down bowling pins!
This lesson will incorporate the classic children's book Where the Wild Things Are, student research on habitats, student-created artwork of a habitat, and green screen technology.
Students will research an invention that had an impact on North Carolina's economic growth. They will use the Tinkercad website to recreate the invention.
Students will learn how to do basic research on animals that they have read about in a Jan Brett book.*remix includes her website, comp question, and Pebble Go research
In this lesson, students use their knowledge of sound energy to create a soundproof box to protect a secret code word! Students measure and graph decibels to determine how well their boxes omit sounds!
In this lesson students create large story maps to retell and familiar text. Students record themselves and place QR codes along the story map. Students then code Sphero Robots, dressed as main characters, to make their way through each part of the story.
This resource focusing on the rhetorical situation of the "March on Washington" is based on a template that teachers can use to create Inquiry Based Research Lessons and Units. It is a hyperdoc template that is based on the eWISE Research Model. It is broken into the 4 stages of the research model (Wonder, Investigate, Synthesize and Express).
The students will be able to activate their critical thinking skills and creativity to collaborate and communicate a plan as well as develop a prototype for irrigating a school garden over the summer months.