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MST Inquiry Unit Dionisia Rigby, Shavonne Townsend, Danielle Paterson, Michelle Smith CBSE 7204T.NET1 Advanced Study of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Childhood Education II. Animals . Table of Contents . Lesson 2 (slides 3-5) What are different types of environments?

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animals

MST Inquiry Unit

Dionisia Rigby, Shavonne Townsend, Danielle Paterson, Michelle Smith

CBSE 7204T.NET1

Advanced Study of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Childhood Education II

Animals

table of contents
Table of Contents

Lesson 2 (slides 3-5)

What are different types of environments?

Lesson 4 (slides 6-9)

Animals change as seasons change

Lesson 5 (slide 10-12)

What do animals need to survive?

FilamentalityWebsite

(slide 13)

lesson 2 what are different types of environments
Lesson 2: What are different types of environments?
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy
    • Comprehension
    • Analysis
    • Application
  • Gardener’s Multiple Intelligences
    • Linguistic
    • Visual
    • Interpersonal
  • Children’s Literature
    • Nat Geo Wild Animal Atlas: Earth’s Astonishing Animals and Where They Live by National Geographic
  • Additives
    • Literature text, chalkboard, smartboard, student computers
  • Inquiry Skills
    • Classifying
    • Communicating
    • Comparing and Contrasting
    • Gathering and organizing data
    • Generalizing
    • Observing
  • Process Skills
    • Observe, analyze, report observations
    • Compare and contrast organisms in the living and physical environments
    • Communicate procedures and conclusions through oral and written presentations
motivational constructivist question
Motivational Constructivist Question…
  • Teacher will show students pictures of a polar bear and a squirrel.
  • Students will be asked to state where these animals live and what allows them to stay in these environments.
lesson 2 student performance based product for behavioral objectives target rating

Multimedia used…

Lesson 2 Student Performance Based Product for Behavioral Objectives (Target Rating)

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Experiments/Biome/index.php.

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/biomes/

Behavioral Objective 1:

Students will be able to identify 3 contrasting features of 2 environments

Behavioral Objective 2:

Students will be able to identify and describe 2 animals that live in these environments

lesson 4 animals change as seasons change
Lesson 4 : Animals Change as Seasons Change
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy
    • Comprehension
    • Knowledge
  • Gardener’s Multiple Intelligences
    • Linguistic
    • Visual
    • Intrapersonal
    • Kinesthetic
    • Naturalistic
  • Children’s Literature
    • Animal Adaptations for Survival by Elizabeth Rose
  • Additives
    • Literature text, crayons, markers, construction paper, Hibernation vs. Migration Worksheet, Smartboard
  • Inquiry Skills
    • Classifying
    • Communicating
    • Comparing and Contrasting
    • Creating Models
  • Process Skills
    • Follow safety procedures in the classroom, laboratory and field
    • Generate a scheme for classification
    • Compare and contrast organisms in the living and physical environments
    • Communicate procedures and conclusions through oral and written presentations
    • Develop a respect and appreciation for all learning environments
motivational constructivist question1
Motivational Constructivist Question…
  • Students are called down to the rug. Teacher poses the question, “What type of changes do we make as the seasons change?”
  • Students will Turn and Talk and then share out
  • Teacher will explain that these are changes that we make as the seasons change. These changes are called “behavioral adaptations”.
  • Teacher will explain that today they will discuss the behavioral adaptations of different animals
lesson 4 student performance based product for behavioral objectives target rating
Lesson 4 Student Performance Based Product for Behavioral Objectives (Target Rating)

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/biomes/

Behavioral Objective 1:

Students will be able to classify animals based on their behavioral adaptation

Behavioral Objective 2:

Students will be able to illustrate the change an animal makes from one season to another

lesson 5 what do animals need to survive
Lesson 5: What do animals need to survive?
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy
    • Comprehension
    • Analysis
    • Synthesis
  • Gardener’s Multiple Intelligences
    • Kinesthetic
    • Visual
    • Naturalistic
  • Children’s Literature
    • Animal Needs by Sue Barraclough
  • Additives
    • Literature text, computers, scavenger hunt sheet, chart paper, post-its
  • Inquiry Skills
    • Classifying
    • Communicating
    • Observing
  • Process Skills
    • Use information systems properly
    • Collect and organize data
    • Observe, identify, and communicate patterns
motivational constructivist question2
Motivational Constructivist Question…
  • Teacher will ask…
    • “What do we need to survive?”
    • “What do we (humans) need to survive?”
  • Teacher will explain that because we know what humans need to survive, today they will discuss what animals need to survive.
lesson 5 student performance based product for behavioral objectives target rating

Multimedia used…

Lesson 5 Student Performance Based Product for Behavioral Objectives (Target Rating)

http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listallaboudr.html

http://www.tburg.k12.ny.us/mcdonald/ANIMAL%20ADAPTATIONS/AAdapt.htm

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/biomes/

Behavioral Objective 1:

Students will analyze information collected during the scavenger hunt

Behavioral Objective 2: Students will differentiate between good and bad animal environments

Behavioral Objective 3:

Students will navigate between websites using links on a filamentary webpage

filamentality webpage rationale
FilamentalityWebpage Rationale
  • Books, Magazines, Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc, have helped us along our journey to learn about animals. We have explored their habitats, survival mechanisms and their adaptations to their environment. Now it is time to use the another great source...the internet. Below you will be able to find fun links to help you dive deeper into the lives of animals. You will find detailed pictures, intriguing video clips and more. Good luck and have fun on your journey!
  • http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listallaboudr.html