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Unit Plan - Teaching Science

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Unit Plan - Teaching Science

  1. 1. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Unit Plan Template Unit Author First and Last Name Rosalinda O. Dejan Ana Lorraine Idong School District Talomo District School Name DRAHNS School Address Matina, Davao City Unit Overview Unit Title “Discovering Plants” Unit Summary In this topic, the teacher will discuss on how plants grow. Let the students bring the different types of plants. They will group and act as a scientist. Let them discover the parts and if how they grow and multiply. Each group must have a representative to discussed what they have done. Subject Area Science- science in everyday use Grade Level Grade four Approximate Time Needed 60 minutes/ day, 3 weeks Unit Foundation Targeted Content Standards and Benchmarks 1. Relate the growing plants from seeds with sexual reproduction in plants. 1.1 identify the important parts of flower needed for the development of seeds 1.2 explain the role of pollination in sexual reproduction 1.3 describe the process of fertilization in flowers leading to the development of seeds 1.4 identify the parts of the flower that develops into fruits and seeds 2. Describe the changes in germinating seed 2.1 identify the parts of a seed 2.2 observe the changes in a germinating seed 2.3 explain the function of each part of the seed by observing a germinating seed 3. Identify the factors needed in seed germination Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes At the end of the unit, the students will be able to: © 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 1 of 8
  2. 2. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course To know the parts of the plants. Know how plants grow and multiply. Know the changes in germinating seeds. Give reaction of what they have discussed and what they have observed. Examine the different parts of the seed. Make a journal about different types of plants with their specific function and classification according to the types of the seed. Curriculum-Framing Questions Essential How do we interact with each other? Question How plants grow and multiply? What are the factors in seed germination? Unit Questions What are the contributions of plant to our environment and to us? Content Questions What are the parts of a flower that are involve in the production of seeds? What is pollination? What are the two kinds of pollination? What is fertilization? What is the role of fertilization in the production of seeds? What are the parts of the seed? What are the classifications of seed? How seed germinate? How leaf form? What are the contribution of plants into our environment? Assessment Plan Assessment Timeline © 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 2 of 8
  3. 3. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Before project work begins Discussion Brainstormi ng Interactive Quiz Experiment Observation Project Plan (PPT) Students work on projects and complete tasks Observation PPT Rubric PPT Checklist Peer Evaluation Teach er’s confer ence After project work is completed Experiment Rubric PPT Rubri c Reflecti on Assessment Summary Before the project begins, the teacher will discuss through powerpoint presentation to give students an idea about the discovering plants. Conduct the oral presentation before the group project the students look for the references (books and websites). At the end of topic discussion, teacher show a powerpoint presentation to the students to make it sure that students will understand their topic. After that, the teacher group their students then they will have an experiment the plants based on what the teacher show through powerpoint. Teacher also ask question to the students on how to develop plants and students answer based on what they have learned. To make it sure that students understand, the teacher told their students to practice first before they will start the experiment Ask students to find a group for the brief discussion and share it in front of their classmates to give the feedback form or peer evaluation about their sharing discussion. Students also use the checklist to help them prepare for a successful project. Teacher conducts teacher’s conference after each activity the students have. This is to assess students understanding, critical thinking, collaboration, and the research process. Conferences allow time for feedback, clarifying misunderstandings, or providing additional lessons as necessary. As they go over with their project, teacher shows the rubric to remind © 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 3 of 8
  4. 4. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course students of what they need to include in their discussion while they are working their project. The students use the checklist for them to know if their projects are doing well. When the checklist is completed and shared, learners write reflection in which they can relate it in the real situation or real world.Teacher induces students to reflect on how to make a project and it will also help them understand in the society. Unit Details Prerequisite Skills Before students go over with the entire unit, they must possess all the following skills; Basic macro-skills Books and websites Higher order thinking skills (HOTS) Interpersonal skills(Reflection) Internet Searching Instructional Procedures Introduction of the Unit Prepare for a PowerPoint presentation that will give an overview about the topic if what is it all about and what are the things to discover as they go through the topic. How important really it is in our environment. Encourage them to share ideas about what they’ve seen and understand from the PowerPoint. Subsequently, introduce and discuss the Essential Question that will be used throughout the unit, ‘How do plants help in our environment? Entail students to think individually about the question and talk about their ideas to each other. Ask one of them to share ideas within the whole class. Introduce the unit question, ‘How does plants grow and multiply? Explain to students that they will be exploring this question throughout the discussion and project. Week 1 to 3 Week 1: Day 1- The teacher will discussed about the topic. Day 2- Divide the class into two groups and divide the topics. © 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 4 of 8
  5. 5. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Day 3-Collaboration with the group. Day 4 -Make a PowerPoint. Day 5- Teacher will monitor the PowerPoint presentation output. Week 2: Day 1 – Give feedback about the progress of their output. Remind them also a rubric. Day 2 – Finalize everything. Day 3 – First group presentation. (In front of the class.) Day 4 – Continuation of the first group discussion. Day 5 – Checking the targeted competencies. Make a reflection. Week 3: Day 1 – Second group presentation (in front of the class) Day 2 – Continuation of the discussion. Day 3 – Checking of the targeted competencies. Quiz (given by the teacher) Day 4 – Make a reflection. Day 5 – Teacher’s time. Anecdotal Record Students Ana Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday She is participative © 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 5 of 8
  6. 6. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Angelica She is just passive Carlo He is silent Roy He is talkative Parts of the Plants(Group 1) Importance of the Plants(Group 2) Prior to discussion the teacher will group the class into two groups. The teacher will discuss about the topic. After the discussion, the teacher will let the students make a PowerPoint presentation. Show them a scoring guide for them to know what to follow before they present their PowerPoint presentation. Allow the student ask question for more clarification. After discussing the student what to do, allow the student practice. Then the teacher will observe and give them feedback. Present them checklist to follow the targeted competencies. Rate them based on the rubric given. Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction List specific resources for the students to know where to find information about the topic. Special Explore the learners in adoptive technology then give the specific site Needs where to wire information. Students Reduce assignments and tasks or allow more time as needed. Allow group work and recognize their strengths and correct their weaknesses. © 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 6 of 8
  7. 7. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Nonnative Speakers Equipment /materials Coordinate with the assigned ESL teachers to make dictionary terms in native and English language to aid the vocabulary and translation development. The students present the magazine entries to the assigned ESL teacher. The teacher may help assess the students learning well. During the class, the students must speak in English so that they will practice their speaking skills in preparation for the presentation. Use technology and multimedia (e.g, software such as inspiration books on tape, etc) and graphic organizer. Published or electronic bilingual dictionary ( a synonym dictionary, without definition, in the students native language). Enhance their skills to be a good user in the technology. Materials and Resources Required For Unit Technology – Hardware (Click boxes of all equipment needed) Camera Laser Disk VCR Computer(s) Printer Video Camera Digital Camera Projection System Video Conferencing Equip. DVD Player Scanner Other Internet Connection Television Technology – Software (Click boxes of all software needed.) Image Processing Web Page Development Database/Spreadsheet Internet Web Word Processing Desktop Publishing Browser Other E-mail Software Multimedia Encyclopedia on CDROM © 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 7 of 8
  8. 8. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Printed Materials topic handouts, and rubrics, checklists, and templates. Internet Resources Other Resources Programs of the Intel® Education Initiative are funded by the Intel Foundation and Intel Corporation. Copyright © 2007, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Education Initiative, and Intel Teach Program are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. © 2000-2007 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 8 of 8