In this lesson, students will learn about the Gullah culture through the vivid paintings of Jonathan Green. Students will rotate in activity stations that provide opportunities to observe, reflect, and create movement inspired by Green's art. The lesson culminates in a writing exercise prompting students to describe significant aspects of the Gullah people and culture in an essay.
In this lesson, students will research various natural disasters. They will then create a family preparedness plan and identify key items to include in a survival kit in the event of a natural disaster. Students will specifically study tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, wildfires and severe thunderstorms in this lesson.
In this lesson, students will be challenged to use their knowledge of planets and the solar system to write a comparison paper. The intent of this lesson is not necessarily to be the initial introduction to the aligned science standard, but as more of a demonstration of knowledge gained through writing.
This lesson uses the 5E model as students explore how various substances will dissolve. This is the first in a two part lesson. In the second lesson, students will compare how a substance will dissolve in varying temperatures. Students will learn about dissolving, mixtures, solutions and solubility.
This is part 2 of a lesson addressing solubility. Part 1 addresses how varying substances will dissolve in water. Part 2 addresses how temperature will effect solubility. The 5E lesson plan model will include a lab and is aligned with Florida ELA standards.
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