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Electricity and Magnetism. Lesley-Anne Kasperczyk April 30, 2009. Purpose of the Lesson. To allow the students to feel confident in identifying the key vocabulary terms and concepts dealing with electricity and magnetism.

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electricity and magnetism

Electricity and Magnetism

Lesley-Anne Kasperczyk

April 30, 2009

purpose of the lesson
Purpose of the Lesson
  • To allow the students to feel confident in identifying the key vocabulary terms and concepts dealing with electricity and magnetism.
  • To have the students use prior knowledge of electricity and magnetism to develop an acrostic poem.

Lesley-Anne Kasperczyk

district and school
District and School

This Learning Experience was implemented at Thomas Edison Elementary School, located in the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD. The cooperating teacher was Dean Judy.

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grade level of students
Grade Level of Students
  • Fourth grade classroom with 21 students
  • Two students diagnosed with ADHD; one student with anger management issues; one student with a short term memory disorder

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time frame
Time Frame

This lesson was implemented during a one hour time period. It was the last lesson in a two-week unit on electricity and magnetism.

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objectives
Objectives

1.0 SWBAT explain key concepts related to electricity and magnetism.

1.1 Describes key concepts in a written acrostic poem using relevant examples.

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essential guiding questions
Essential/Guiding Questions

Essential Question:

  • What are the key concepts of electricity and magnetism?

Guiding Questions:

  • What are magnetism and electricity?
  • What types of electrical charges and circuits are there?

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enduring understanding
Enduring Understanding
  • A force that acts on moving electric charge and magnetic materials that are near a magnet is called magnetism.
  • An electric current is an electric charge in motion.

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student tasks
Student Tasks
  • Review key concepts of electricity and magnetism unit as a class.
  • Play the Jeopardy review game in teams of five or six students.
  • After the conclusion of the Final Jeopardy round, complete a unit post-test individually.

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student tasks cont
Student Tasks cont.
  • Create a rough draft of an electricity and magnetism acrostic poem.
  • If time allows, begin the final draft of the acrostic poem.
  • Complete “ticket-out-the door” activity.

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differentiated instruction
Differentiated Instruction
  • Electricity and Magnetism Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? or Hangman
  • The Magic School Bus Gets Charged Video

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developing student work
Developing Student Work

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developing rubric
Developing Rubric

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proficient student work
Proficient Student Work

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proficient rubric
Proficient Rubric

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distinguished student work
Distinguished Student Work

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distinguished rubric
Distinguished Rubric

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teacher exemplar
Teacher Exemplar

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nys science core curriculum
NYS Science Core Curriculum
  • Standard: Standard 4-The Physical Setting
  • Level: Elementary (Grade 4)
  • Key Ideas: 4 and 5
  • Performance Indicators:

4.1e Electricity travels in a closed circuit.

5.1e Magnetism is a force that may attract or repel certain materials

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assessments
Assessments
  • Pre-test prior to beginning electricity and magnetism unit
  • Informal assessment during Jeopardy review game
  • Formal/summative assessment with post-test and acrostic poem

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modification table
Modification Table

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reflection
Reflection

I would like to thank Group JELLA for all of their help and suggestions during the peer review process.

Overall, I think my lesson was a success, and I learned to make my rubric more student-friendly!

Lesley-Anne Kasperczyk