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Three Science Lessons
Sherry Pate
Grand Canyon University
EED 364
May 1, 2011
EEI Lesson Plan
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|VITAL INFORMATION |
|Author |Sherry Pate |
|*Subject(s) |Science, Technology |
|Topic or Unit of Study |Classification of plants and animals |
|*Grade/Level |4th Grade |
|*Summary |The students will learn how to classify plants and animals into groups based on their characteristics. |
| |Some of the characteristics that students will look for include plants, animals, things, that lay eggs, |
| |things that live underwater, etc. Students will be able to visualize and know that sometimes plants and |
| |animals can be classified into more than one group depending on the features of the specific groups. |
|STANDARDS AND DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: |
|*Standards |NSES Standards: Life Science: The Characteristics of Organisms -#1 |
| |Alabama Science Course of Study Standards – 4.6…...

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