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Description

Overview:
Learn about the parts/functions of a plant and create a plant flip book.
Subject:
Science
Level:
Upper Primary
Grades:
Grade 3
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
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Date Added:
07/30/2019

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Jeanne Martin-Sainovic
on May 31, 10:46am Evaluation

Purpose: Limited (1)

This resource has valuable technology features, but needs to include an interactive aspect to enhance content and instruction.
This resource has valuable technology features that include a graphic organizer.

Jeanne Martin-Sainovic
on May 31, 10:46am Evaluation

Reliability: Superior (3)

This resource is reliable on all platforms thus creating a study guide on plants.

Jeanne Martin-Sainovic
on May 31, 10:46am Evaluation

Accessibility: Very Weak (0)

This resource can be modified for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities by including pictures.
This resource has been modified for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities by including an example. This example can be used to copy, and have students match the part of the plant to their job.

Jeanne Martin-Sainovic
on May 31, 10:46am Evaluation

Usability: Strong (2)

This resource could be made more user-friendly for teachers (or targeted learners) by including links to learning about the parts of the plant.
This resource has been made more user-friendly for teachers (or targeted learners) by including a template.

Jen Baker on Dec 09, 07:14am

This lesson meets its goal of addressing plant parts. There is some integration of literacy strategies by having students listen to a book read aloud and take notes in their booklets.

Collaboration between SLMC and teacher could be added by having the librarian pull books about plants to pique students' interest. Books that show different types of flowers and roots would be especially useful. Tying this into a nutrition lesson by showing how different types of flowers turn into different types of fruits would also be interesting to students at this age. These additional resources would allow more students to tap into prior knowledge and to build opportunities for real-world applications.

Some creativity is demonstrated as students illustrate the covers of their books, but otherwise, no student choice or reflection opportunities are provided. There is no product design or problem solving involved.

Anna Kennedy on Aug 16, 09:15am

Full alignment to depth and breadth of standard(s) tagged
Has clear learning objectives that are achievable through completion of this resource
Has some assessment strategies that will measure student progress of the specified standards, but needs additional summative strategies
This resource allows students to access the standard using various forms.
This resource needs to work with an assessment to measure students understanding,

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