Wednesday, February 09, 2011

ATTN: Teachers!!

So I need some help. I'm in a science methods course for teaching at my University. I'm observing/helping out in a 1st/2nd grade mix classroom. In 2 weeks, one of my classmates and I are co-teaching a lesson to the class as big part of our overall grade. The class has been learning about air, wind and weather.

The problem, we only get ONE 50 minute time slot to teach it. I need help finding a lesson plan that has to do with either, air or weather/seasons. I have been looking all over the internet and books and can't really find anything.

Can anyone please help a future-educator out????


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  3. Do you have to use an existing lesson plan or one of your own making?
    If you can make one of your own, the store at a large science museum (like Chicago's Museum of Science & Industry) has cool tricks/toys that could be used to show how weather/air works. I know I've seen ways you can create a vortex in a soda bottle. Stuff like that.
    Good luck!

  4. Talk to Miss Patty. She might have some ideas. Or Lorain. You could send either of them an email with a link to your blog!

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