Pear Deck in 5th grade science

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Pear Deck in 5th grade science by Mind Map: Pear Deck in 5th grade science

1. Learning Assessment

1.1. Slide Deck:

1.1.1. Teachers are able to assess their students' understanding of the lesson with interactive slideshows Teachers can imbed images, videos, text, and 5 different types of questions in the slideshow. These question types include drawings, text response, number response, drag and drop response, or multiple choice A 5th grade science teacher could add images and ask which one most models matter and how tiny it is

1.1.2. Teachers can assess the mood of the classroom and receive feedback about the lesson from their students

1.2. Vocabulary List:

1.2.1. Teacher Use: Teacher can review student-generated flashcards with the class to see if students understand meaning of terms The teacher can review cards each partnership created to see if they are getting an understand of Matter. If nececary know what needs to be readdressed.

2. Learning Goals

2.1. Understand science concepts

2.1.1. Students know and are able to apply terminology to different situations

2.1.2. 5th grade science lesson goals: Matter and Interactions Develop A model to describe that matter is made of particles too small to be seen Measure and graph quantities to provide evidence that regardless of the type of changes that occurs when heating, cooling, or mixing substances; the total weight of matter is conserved Make observations and measurements to identify materials based on their products

2.2. Make connections between content and personal lives

2.2.1. Students can see how science ideas relate to the world around them

2.3. Collaborate and communicate effectively

2.3.1. Students work well with others and can communicate their knowledge and thoughts

2.4. Be creative and curious

2.4.1. Students are inventive and imaginative and have an interest in knowing more about science concepts

3. Learning Activities

3.1. Vocabulary List:

3.1.1. Teacher Use: Create a list of vocab words and definitions for your students to learn

3.1.2. Student Use: collaborate with a partner to create visual and text based example of meaning Students can choose partners to create a vocab list s of relevant words such as matter, gas, liquid, solid, heating, cooling, properties, etc. pairing the words with both definitions, and visual examples.

3.2. Slide Deck:

3.2.1. Student Use: Students are able to draw pictorial answers to questions that are asked on slides in the presentation

3.2.2. Teacher use: Make slideshows to teach students new content with activities and opportunities to respond inserted throughout the lesson The teacher can use the slide shows to teach about Matter and its interactions

4. Teacher Roles

4.1. Engage with students

4.1.1. Use lesson TakeAways to present students with the answers that they gave and the correct answers. The teacher is able to comment on their work with positive comments or corrections.

4.2. Communication with parents

4.3. Stay Organized

4.3.1. All information comes together in one place when you import files From old programs,

4.3.2. Have each students progress in one place to be able to present to them, their parents or for the teacher own knowledge.

4.4. Ensure a positive classroom climate

4.4.1. The teacher can check understanding of Matter by receiving feedback from Side Deck

4.5. Track progress

5. What is it?

5.1. Vocabulary List:

5.1.1. Note cards? No more! This tool is intuitive, collaborative, multimodal, and gives students an active role in vocab acquisition by allowing students to draw and design their own vocab flashcards on their devices.

5.2. Slide Deck:

5.2.1. Ditch the generic PowerPoint! Allow students to interact with slideshows, and evaluate student understanding throughout the lesson by embedding questions in the slide that students may respond to on their own device.

5.3. All through Google Drive!

5.3.1. Stay connected and organized with this app for Google Drive. You are able to share all Slide Decks and Vocab Lists through Google, and you can export the lists to Quizlet for easy studying and student success