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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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Concept Attainment Lesson

6th Grade Technology

iMET6 2003

Glee Mellor, Eve Benson, Debbie Clingingsmith, and Allen Boxall


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This lesson is based on…“The Socratic method: Teaching by asking instead of by telling. “

Lesson Objective

Students will be able to discern the appropriateness of a website for the purpose of educational research.


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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.

Exemplars

  • Positivewww.gsusa.org

  • Negative computer


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Look at these two items. The one on your left is an example of the attribute for our lesson today. The non-example is not.

Example Non example

www.congress.orgwww.congress


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Now look at these two pairs: of the www.congress.org has attributes that www.congress does not.


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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.

Positive Negative

www.loc.govwww.whitehouse


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What about these? What makes them positive examples and negative examples?

www.whitehouse.govwww.amazon.com

www.directconwww.ebay.com

www.csus.eduwww.weatherchannel.xyz


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Where would you put this example, in the positive or the negative side? www.nasa.gov

And how about this example ?www.ucd


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What are the attributes of the negative side? positive and negative examples?


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Why are these endings critical to this negative side? technology class?


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Where we got our Information? negative side?

  • Garlikov, Richard (not available). The Socratic method: Teaching by Asking Instead of by Telling. Retrieved September 8, 2003 from the World Wide Web: http//www.garlikov.com/Soc_Meth.html

  • Weil, M., & Joyce, B. (1978). Information Processing Models of Teaching: Expanding Your Teach Repertoire. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  • Lasley II, T., Matczynski, T., & Rowley, J. (2002). Instructional Models: Strategies For Teaching In A Diverse Society. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thompson Learning.

  • **Pritchard, Florence Fay (1994). Teaching Thinking across the Curriculum with the Concept Attainment Model. Not available: Eric_No ED379303

  • Louisell, Robert. & Descamps, Jorge. (1992). Developing a Teaching Style: Methods for Elementary School Teachers. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers Inc.


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