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MTE/533 Integrated Unit Presentation
Transcript of MTE/533 Integrated Unit Presentation
An Integrated Science Unit
Presented by: Adrienne Cole
MTE/533 - Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Science and Mathematics
October 19, 2013
Instructor Rachael Wrege
Grade Level: Fourth Grade
Content Areas: Engineering, Science, & Technology
Unit Length: 6 Lessons, 10 Days
4.1P.1 Describe the properties of forms of energy and how objects vary in the extent to which they absorb, reflect, and conduct electricity.
4.SL.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 4 topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own clearly.
Lesson One - What is Electricity?
Lesson Two - Static Electricity
Lesson Three - Current Electricity, Circuits,
Lesson Four - Insulators & Conductors
Lesson Five - Electricity Sources & Safety
Lesson Six - Electrical Applications
Interactive Science Notebook (ISN)
Pre- and Post-Tests
"Think About" Homework
Online Student Poll
Unit Assessment Pieces.
Lesson Six - What is an Electrical Engineer?
Can you make a working flashlight using the materials provided?
Lesson Six - Engineering Challenge.
Share your prototype.
Students will be able to design and build a working flashlight.
Lesson Six - Electrical Applications.
startgrid. (2012, November 26). 20 minute countdown timer [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube website
NASA. (2011, January 31). NASA for kids: Intro to engineering [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube website
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