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Rock Strata, Geologic Timeline Ordering

Date Author: created: Elizabeth 10/18/2016 Didato 11:26 PM EDT ; Date modified: 10/20/2016 11:12 PM EDT

Ordering Date Author: created: Elizabeth 10/18/2016 Didato 11:26 PM EDT ; Date modified: 10/20/2016 11:12 PM

VITAL INFORMATION

Total Number of Students

Area(s) Students Live In

Free/Reduced Lunch Ethnicity of Students

There are 30 students in this class.

Students live in a mixed suburban or rural area.

Of the 30 students:

1 is African American

1

is African American

4 are American Indian/Alaska Native

4

are American Indian/Alaska Native

1 is Asian Indian

1

is Asian Indian

16 are White

16 are White

8 are Hispanic/Latino

8

are Hispanic/Latino

English Language Learners

Twelve students are Limited English Proficient or have recently been redesignated. Their CELDT levels:

1 5 is have Advanced been redesignated
1 5 is have Advanced been redesignated

1 5 is have Advanced been redesignated

3 2 are are Early intermediate Advanced
3 2 are are Early intermediate Advanced

3 2 are are Early intermediate Advanced

1 is Beginnner

1 is Beginnner

Students with Special Needs

There interpreter is one and student carries with a hearing special device needs; for he teachers has a hearing to wear. impairment. He wears a hearing aid, has a sign language

Subject(s)

Science

Grade/Level

Grade 7

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KEY CONCEPTS & STANDARDS

Big Questions Idea & Essential

Changes on earth occur over long periods of time.Big Q u e s t i o n s Idea & Essential What evidence Evidence

What evidence Evidence do we can have be of found these by changes? examining rock layers to determine relative ages.Essential Changes on earth occur over long periods of time. Learning Outcome(s) Students describe the difference

changes? examining rock layers to determine relative ages. Learning Outcome(s) Students describe the difference between

Learning Outcome(s)

Students describe the difference between large and small scale changes. Students use rock evidence to measure relative age of different rock strata.

Standards

CA­ Next Generation Science Standards (2014)

Grade: Grade 7 Standard: process. MS­ESS2­1. Develop a model to describe the cycling of Earth’s materials and the flow of energy that drives this

Standard: surface at varying MS­ESS2­2. time and Construct spatial an scales. explanation based on evidence for how geoscience processes have changed Earth’s

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ASSESSMENTS

Assessment/Rubrics

Worksheet: Finding Clues to Rock Layers will be used as a formative assessment. Attachments:

1.

Worksheet_Finding Clues to Rock Layers.pdf

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MATERIALS AND RESOURCES

Rocks PowerPoint (Students to guide find me and and examine students layers) through lesson plan me and and examine students layers) through lesson plan
Rocks PowerPoint (Students to guide find me and and examine students layers) through lesson plan

Colored Handout: pencils Relative to help Age students Dating, Finding color code Clues ages of layersme and and examine students layers) through lesson plan Comments IMPLEMENTATION Sequence of Activities Using a me and and examine students layers) through lesson plan Comments IMPLEMENTATION Sequence of Activities Using a

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IMPLEMENTATION

Sequence of Activities

Using a PowerPoint to guide the lesson, I will be switching between PowerPoint, elmo projector and verbal directions. Agenda

Do Activities Now Using Student rocks, practice identifying using evidence how we can to interpret estimate the changes relative over ages geologic of rock time layers (long term)PowerPoint, elmo projector and verbal directions. Agenda Discussion/ conclude class Do Now Questions: When was the PowerPoint, elmo projector and verbal directions. Agenda Discussion/ conclude class Do Now Questions: When was the

relative over ages geologic of rock time layers (long term) Discussion/ conclude class Do Now Questions:
relative over ages geologic of rock time layers (long term) Discussion/ conclude class Do Now Questions:

Discussion/ conclude classrelative over ages geologic of rock time layers (long term) Do Now Questions: When was the

Do Now Questions: When was the last time you cleaned your room? What would happen if you didn’t clean it for a long time?

Activities

1. 2. Using Discuss Worksheet: rocks, scales Finding identify of time, Clues how specifically we to can Rock estimate how Layers long changes geologic over processes geologic take time
3.

long changes geologic over processes geologic take time 3. explain and review instructions discuss read students

explain and review instructions discuss read students instructions and complete start and Question worksheets procedure #1 together in aloud pairs with class

worksheets procedure #1 together in aloud pairs with class extension: allow limited for time early for
worksheets procedure #1 together in aloud pairs with class extension: allow limited for time early for
worksheets procedure #1 together in aloud pairs with class extension: allow limited for time early for

extension: allow limited for time early for finishers, completion color code layers by age Have a brief discussion to review, check for understanding and conclude class.

to review, check for understanding and conclude class . Differentiated Instruction Second, When discussing answers
to review, check for understanding and conclude class . Differentiated Instruction Second, When discussing answers

Differentiated Instruction

Second, When discussing answers the are Do solicited Now question from students there are and two projected scaffolds onto in place. a screen First, for a the sentence class to starter view. is provided. Students to offer guidance are preferentially as needed seated. and/or English are paired language with a learners buddy who are helps either them close understand to the front written to allow instructions. regular check­ins and

While and arrows circulating to label to observe some of student the rock progress, layers in I place will quietly of certain tell questions the Beginning that LEP require student longer that written he may responses use color on coding the worksheet. in simplified I terms. will also generally assess progress of all students. If needed, I will verbally explain written directions

I will wear the speech aid device to assist the hearing impaired student.

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REFLECTIONS

Prior to Lesson

I complete will ask questions the worksheet, of the asking class throughout questions and the insuring period to both check are for actively understanding. involved. I will monitor pair work as students

Post­Lesson

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