Jennifer Ernesti Grade 5 Science 2/2/07
1. Brainstorm descriptive words of different changes of state.
2. Write a descriptive story about a type of change of state.
1. Build good group work skills by working together in small groups. (Good affective objective)
A. Overhead, Transparency markers, Blank Transparency, Transparency of my brainstormed words for thermal expansion, my story for thermal expansion, rubric for the story.
III. Anticipated questions
A. How many words do we have to brainstorm?
1. Just get as many words as you can down. The brainstorming is to help you with your story.
IV. Anticipated classroom management problems
(Good prevention of potential management problems)
A. Students getting too loud during brainstorming.
1. I will walk around the room during the brainstorming and if the students are getting too loud, I will quietly get them to quiet down.
B. Students getting off task during brainstorming.
1. I will be walking around the room during brainstorming. This should prevent most of the students from getting off task. If this does not work, I will hint to the students to get them back on task.
V. Teaching Strategies
A. Introduction (Time: 2 min.)
1. In Chapter 14, we talked about the different changes of state. Can anyone give me the different changes that we went over?
a. Melting, vaporization, evaporation, condensation, sublimation, deposition, and thermal expansion. (Review)
2. Today we are going to brainstorm descriptive words that fit with a change of state and we will write a story from the words we... [continues]
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