Concept Attainment Lesson. 6 th Grade Technology iMET6 2003 Glee Mellor, Eve Benson, Debbie Clingingsmith, and Allen Boxall. This lesson is based on…“The Socratic method: Teaching by asking instead of by telling. “. Lesson Objective
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6th Grade Technology
Glee Mellor, Eve Benson, Debbie Clingingsmith, and Allen Boxall
Students will be able to discern the appropriateness of a website for the purpose of educational research.
From the items shown, one is an example, and the other a non- example. Your job is to figure out what makes one example a good example and what makes the other a non-example.
Example Non example
Now look at these two pairs: of the www.congress.org has attributes that www.congress does not.
For right now… of the
I want you to work
alone and think about what these attributes could mean. With this next pair, I would like you to write down what you think the attributes of the examples might be. This will be your hypothesis.
What about these? What makes them positive examples and negative examples?
Where would you put this example, in the positive or the negative side? www.nasa.gov
And how about this example ?www.ucd
What are the attributes of the negative side? positive and negative examples?
Why are these endings critical to this negative side? technology class?
Where we got our Information? negative side?