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Title: Scientific Method Properties


1
Scientific Method Properties
  • Melissa Chamberlin
  • May 3, 2011

2
Purpose
  • The purpose of this learning experience is to
    teach students how what the scientific properties
    are. The students will also learn that the
    scientific properties are not only for scientists
    but for every day people.

3
School
  • Maryvale Intermediate School
  • Cheektowaga N.Y.

4
Grade Level Ability of Students
  • Mrs. Kibys 4th grade
  • Age Range 9-11 years
  • Total of 21 students
  • 11 boys, 10 girls

5
Grade Level Ability of Students
  • Resources students receive
  • Title 1 Reading Service 2
  • 504 Plan 1
  • OT- for handwriting 2
  • Resource room 6
  • Counseling services 1

6
Time Frame
  • Prior Unit
  • Classification of animals
  • Current Unit
  • Lessons 2 3 out of 3 week unit
  • Lessons 45 minute periods
  • After Unit
  • Energy Motion

7
Objectives
  • The students will be able to
  • write detailed and good descriptions of the
    different scientific properties with 95-100
    accuracy.
  • recognize that the scientific properties are used
    in everyday life with 100 accuracy.

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Objectives
  • The students will be able to
  • Identity the scientific properties with 100
    accuracy.

9
Essential Questions
  • What are the Scientific Properties and how do we
    use them in everyday life?
  • Guiding Questions
  • What the properties are?
  • How do we use the properties to observe and
    describe objects?
  • How do make good detailed descriptions?

10
Enduring Understanding
  • The value of Scientific Properties and how they
    are used in everyday life.

11
Students Tasks
  • Students will apply the Scientific Properties
    using a gummy worm and a coin.
  • Students will practice using the Scientific
    Properties and observing household items.
  • Students will create a poster using the
    Scientific Properties and present to the class.

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Developing Student Work
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Developing Student Work
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Developing Student Work
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Developing Student Work
  • Student earned points due to
  • Including all properties
  • Student lost points due to
  • Lack of neatness and creativity
  • Spelling
  • Lack of details in descriptions

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Proficient Student Work
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Proficient Student Work
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Proficient Student Work
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Proficient Student Work
  • Student earned points due to
  • Pictures
  • Details in descriptions
  • Creativity and neatness
  • Student lost points due to
  • neatness

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Distinguished Student Work
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Distinguished Student Work
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Distinguished Student Work
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Distinguished Student Work
  • Student earned points due to
  • Detailed description of properties
  • Making real life connections
  • Including all the properties
  • Creativity and Neatness

24
New York State Standards
  • New York State Learning Standard Math, Science,
    and Technology
  • NYS MST Standard Science (4) - Students will
    understand and apply scientific concepts,
    principles, and theories pertaining to the
    physical setting and living environment and
    recognize the historical development of ideas in
    science.
  • Grade Level 4
  • Area of study The Physical Setting

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New York State Standards
  • Key Idea (3) - Matter is made up of particles
    whose properties determine the observable
    characteristics of matter and its reactivity.
  • Performance Indicator 3.1 observe and describe
    properties of materials using appropriate tools
  • Major Understanding 3.1B Matter has properties
    (color, hardness, odor, sound, taste, etc.) that
    can be observed through the senses.

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Assessments
  • Pre-assessment
  • Students will take a 10 question quiz.
  • For the purpose of this LE only the following
    questions were looked at
  • What are the three states of matter?
  • A has a volume and but no definite shape
  • Which of the following are Scientific Properties?
  • The Scientific Properties are
  • Describe a rock using three of the Scientific
    Properties

27
Assessment
  • Pre-assessment Results
  • Based on pervious questions stated

Number of Students Distinguished 94-100 Proficient 93-74 Developing 74 and below
21 1 8 12
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Assessment
  • Post-Assessment
  • Students were required to create a Mystery Object
    Poster
  • They were graded based on a rubric

Number of Students Distinguished 94-100 Proficient 93-74 Developing 74 and below
21 18 3 0
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Mystery Object Rubric
Attributes Fantastic 4 Stellar 3 So, So 2 Needs Work 1
Properties of Matter _____ / 4 points All seven properties are included on the poster, clearly labeled, used in a complete and proper sentence. All seven properties are included on the poster, not clearly labeled, not used in a complete or proper sentence. Missing one or two properties, some of the properties are clearly labeled. There is some use of complete and proper sentences Missing several different properties, no use of complete or proper sentences. Properties are not clearly labeled.
Descriptions of properties _____ / 12points   All seven properties are described using the starter sentences. Each property given in great detail. All seven properties are described using the starter sentences. Descriptions of different properties are vague and need some more detail Includes some of the starter sentences and some detail when describing the different properties. No properties are described using the starter sentences. Very little or no detailed is used when describing the properties.
Creativity/ Neatness   _____ / 4 points   Use of poster board, neat, uses a ruler when necessary, lots of bright colors, eye appealing. Includes pictures that are associated with the descriptions of the properties. Use of poster board, neat, use of ruler, missing some pictures, pictures does not match the description of the properties. Missing several pictures, some pictures do not match the descriptions of properties, very little use of color. No poster board, no ruler to make lines, not very colorful and no pictures.
Total        
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Mystery Object Rubric
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Mystery Object Rubric
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Modification Table
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Modification Table
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Reflection
  • Students loved the idea of creating a poster
  • Included a public speaking aspect to the project
    or a writing piece
  • Create a different post assessment

35
Thank You
  • Thank you to peer review group for all the
    support and feedback!
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