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									Unit Plan Information
Project Title: Matter Technology Unit Plan
Name/Grade: Joe Rebisz/Fourth Grade
Subject/Topics: Science/Matter
Establish learning objectives
Address content standards as you determine:
If students remembered one thing about this study, what would it be?
What is essential for students to know or understand about the subject?

Objectives:
Enduring Understandings and Essential Questions
       Enduring Understandings             Essential Questions
***Matter is made up of particles whose
properties determine the observable
                                                ***Observe and describe the properties of materials.
characteristics of matter and its reactivity.
                                                ***Describe chemical and physical changes of matter, including changes in states of matter.


Determine acceptable evidence of understanding
What should students be able to do or express when they understand the learning objectives?
    Students will use given tools (magnet, graduated cylinder, hand lens, thermometer, ruler, scale, etc.) to observe materials and describe
       their properties.
    Students will create a power point presentation describing the three states of matter and their characteristics.
    Students will take and pass (at least 6 out of 10 correct) a CPS multiple choice exam on the content and vocabulary from the matter unit
Plan instructional procedures
Day One: Introduction to matter
   Vocabulary: Property, matter, mass, particles, molecules, atoms
    Teacher presents Power Point on matter found at http://www.schools.pinellas.k12.fl.us/educators/tec/Davis2/matter.ppt/sld001.htm to students
    Teacher and students use a digital camera to take pictures of objects they observe in the classroom
    Teacher presents digital pictures to students on the presentation station in the classroom and they decide if the item in the picture is matter or not
      and how they can tell
    Students work in groups of four and use magazines (pictures, words, etc.) to create a poster about matter
    Posters will be presented to the class and then displayed in the classroom


Day Two: Finding mass
 Vocabulary: Matter, property, mass
    Teacher directed “mini” lesson on how to weigh objects in grams using a pan balance
    Students weigh the objects in a bag (pencil, rock, chapter book, marble, and highlighter) on the pan balance and record the weights in the chart on the
      worksheet
    Students record the objects weights on the attached worksheet titled “Weight of Objects”


Day Three: Properties of Matter
 Vocabulary: Matter, properties, mass, classify, ruler, hand lens, microscope, thermometer, magnet, graduated cylinder
    Teacher directed “mini” lesson on properties of matter. Teacher will also describe what a ruler, hands lens, microscope, thermometer, magnet,
       and graduated cylinder are and how to use them correctly (teacher will use ELMO to aid in this lesson).
    Students will describe the properties of items in the classroom
    Students will read lesson 25 in the science book and answer questions 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, and 12 from the lesson (with a partner).
    Teacher will lead a discussion on the answers to the questions in the science book

Day Four: Using tools to find the properties of matter
   Vocabulary: Matter, properties, mass, classify, ruler, hand lens, microscope, thermometer, magnet, graduated cylinder
    Teacher directed “mini” review lesson on using the tools to find properties of matter
    Teacher explains the six center activities to the students (see attached “Matter Center Activities” worksheet)
    Students will attend the six separate centers and record their findings
    Teacher led discussion of the students findings

Day Five: Classifying Matter
   Vocabulary: Matter, properties, mass, classify
    Teacher directed “mini” lesson on classifying matter
    Teacher led activity where students separate the objects in a bag into different subgroups depending on their properties
    Students will separate objects into groups depending on their properties and discuss their placement with the other students
Day Six: States of matter
   Vocabulary: States of matter, liquid, solid, gas, particles, temperature, water vapor, evaporation, condensation
    Watch video “Bill Nye: Phases of Matter Video” available from BOCES
    Teacher led discussion on the video
    Students take notes on the video which they will use to enhance the teacher directed lesson (Note: these notes will also aid students in creating
       their final Power Point project for the unit)

Day Seven: States of Matter Video Presentation
   Vocabulary: All unit Vocabulary
    Teacher will present the videos at http://www.abpischools.org.uk/resources/solids-liquids-gases/index.asp to the students using the presentation
      station
    Students will take notes on important/interesting information from the videos
    Teacher will lead students in a discussion based on the videos

Day Eight: States of Matter Scavenger Hunt
   Vocabulary: All unit Vocabulary
    Teacher explains “Scavenger Hunt” activity to the students
    Students work individually to complete the attached “Matter Scavenger Hunt” worksheet
    Teacher monitor and helps where needed
    Teacher directed discussion on the scavenger hunt activity

Day Nine through Twelve: States of Matter Power Point
   Vocabulary: All unit Vocabulary
    Teacher explains Power Point activity to the students
    Teacher dispenses attached Power Point rubric and worksheet titled “States of Matter Internet Resources” to the students
    Students use their notes, books, online resources, and other resources to create a Power Point presentation on the “Three States of Matter”
    Teacher monitors and helps where needed

Day Thirteen: CPS Assessment of the matter unit
   Vocabulary: All unit vocabulary and concepts
    Teacher will run the attached CPS assessment on the matter unit
    Students will take the CPS matter assessment
    Teacher will lead a discussion about the assessment answers after the test
Day Fourteen and Fifteen: Power Point Presentations
   Vocabulary: All unit vocabulary and concepts
    Teacher sets up presentation center in the Computer Lab
    Teacher provides popcorn/snacks for the students to eat during the presentations
    Students present their Power Points to the rest of the students
    Teacher led discussion on the Power Point presentations




Plan for technology
The realistic nature of project work naturally leads students to use technology as they collaborate, solve problems, and share their work with others. How
can technology support learning in this project?
Concept Review                    Visualization                                   Students are motivated, engaged and actively learning
Immediate feedback                Assessment                                     Technology promotes student enthusiasm for topic
Simulation                        Increased relevance for students               Learning by doing (student centered learning)

Hardware and Software Considerations (put an X in front of all required)
  X –Lab Needed           X –Classroom Center              X –Long-term Project (Power Points)                               Wireless
 X – Internet             X – Word          Excel               X - PowerPoint      Publisher
 Video Camera            X-Digital Camera


Classroom Procedures and Resources
             Content                                            Informational Resources                                              Teacher Activities                    Student Activities
                                          Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in                                 Present Power Point on
Day One: Introduction to matter                                                                                                                                     Contribute to teacher directed Power
                                          Science Book (lesson 24), Digital camera, presentation station,                          matter to students; Aid
 Vocabulary: Property, matter, mass                                                                                                                                 Point lesson on matter; take pictures
                                          teacher presented Power Point from                                                       students in taking pictures of
                                                                                                                                                                    of matter in the classroom and discuss
                                          http://www.schools.pinellas.k12.fl.us/educators/tec/Davis2/matter.ppt/sld001.htm         matter in the classroom with
                                                                                                                                                                    their properties; contribute to teacher
                                                                                                                                   a digital camera; Present
                                                                                                                                                                    directed discussion/lesson
                                                                                                                                   student pictures on
                                                                                                                                   presentation station
                                          Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in
                                                                                                                                   “Mini” lesson on how to
Day Two: Finding mass                     Science Book (lesson 24), pan balances, bag with objects for
                                                                                                                                   weigh objects in grams           Contribute to teacher directed
 Vocabulary: Matter, property, mass       each pair of students (pencil, rock, chapter book, marble, and
                                                                                                                                   using a pan balance; Get         discussion/lesson; Weigh the objects
                                          highlighter), attached worksheet titled “Weight of Objects”
                                                                                                                                   pan balances out and ready       in the bag on the pan balance and
                                                                                                                                   (one for each pair of            record the weights in the chart on the
                                                                                                                                   students); monitor students      worksheet
                                                                                                                                   as they weigh the objects
                                                                                                                                   and help where needed
Day Three: Properties of Matter
                                                  Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in        “Mini” lesson on properties      Contribute to teacher directed
  Vocabulary: Matter, properties, mass,
                                                  Science Book (lesson 25), ELMO, ruler, hand lens, microscope,   using lessons 25 in the          discussion/lesson; After reading
classify, ruler, hand lens, microscope,
                                                  thermometer, magnet, graduated cylinder                         science book; Get ELMO           lesson 25 in the science book students
thermometer, magnet, graduated cylinder
                                                                                                                  from the media center and        will answer questions 1, 2, 3, 10, 11,
                                                                                                                  use it to analyze items in the   and 12; Describe the properties of
                                                                                                                  classroom and discuss their      objects in the classroom
                                                                                                                  properties; show students
                                                                                                                  how to use the different tools
                                                                                                                  to find properties of matter




                                                                                                                  “Mini” review lesson on          Contribute to teacher directed
Day Four: Using different tools to find the       Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in
                                                                                                                  using the tools to find          discussion/lesson; attend six separate
properties of matter                              Science Book (lesson 25), ruler, hand lens, microscope,
                                                                                                                  properties of matter; explain    centers where they will be finding
    Vocabulary: Matter, properties, mass,         thermometer, magnet, graduated cylinder, attached “Matter
                                                                                                                  center activities to students;   properties of matter using different
classify, ruler, hand lens, microscope,           Center Activities” worksheet
                                                                                                                  monitor students in centers      tools and recording their findings on
thermometer, magnet, graduated cylinder
                                                                                                                  and help where needed            the worksheet; participate in a
                                                                                                                                                   discussion of worksheet questions
                                                                                                                  “Mini” lesson on classifying
Day Five: Classifying Matter                      Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in                                         Contribute to teacher directed
                                                                                                                  matter; Collect items and put
    Vocabulary: Matter, properties, mass,         Science Book (lesson 25), bag with items (same items and                                         discussion/lesson; work with a partner
                                                                                                                  them into a bag for each pair
classify                                          number of items in each bag)                                                                     to classify the objects into different
                                                                                                                  of students; lead students in
                                                                                                                                                   subgroups depending on their
                                                                                                                  an activity where they
                                                                                                                                                   properties
                                                                                                                  separate the objects in the
                                                                                                                  bag into different subgroups
                                                                                                                  depending on their
                                                                                                                  properties
                                                                                                                                                   Contribute to teacher directed
                                                  Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in
Day Six: States of matter                                                                                                                          discussion/lesson; students will take
                                                  Science Book (lesson 26), Bill Nye: Phases of Matter Video      Teacher led lesson after the
   Vocabulary: States of matter, liquid, solid,                                                                                                    notes on the video and the “States of
                                                                                                                  video on the states of matter
gas, particles, temperature, water vapor,                                                                                                          Matter Lesson.” Note: These notes
                                                                                                                  concepts and vocabulary
evaporation, condensation                                                                                                                          will be used to help students create
                                                                                                                                                   their “States of Matter” Power Points
                                                  States of Matter Video from                                     Teacher directed lesson          Contribute to teacher directed lesson;
Day Seven: States of Matter Video
                                                  http://www.abpischools.org.uk/resources/solids-liquids-         using videos for the Internet    Take notes which will aid in the
Presentation
                                                  gases/index.asp                                                                                  creation of the “States of Matter”
   Vocabulary: All unit Vocabulary
                                                                                                                                                   Power Points



                                                  Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in
                                                                                                                  Explain website activity
Day Eight: States of Matter Scavenger Hunt        Science Book (26), computer lab, attached “ Matter Scavenger
                                                                                                                  (scavenger hunt) to
   Vocabulary: States of matter, liquid, solid,   Hunt” worksheet                                                                                  Complete the Internet scavenger hunt;
                                                                                                                  students; monitor students
gas, particles, temperature, water vapor,                                                                                                          participate in a teacher led discussion
                                                                                                                  and help where needed;
evaporation, condensation                                                                                                                          on the scavenger hunt activity
                                                                                                                  teacher led discussion on
                                                                                                                  the scavenger hunt activity
Day Nine through Twelve: States of Matter
                                                      Measuring Up to the New York State Learning Standards in         Teacher explains Power
Power Point                                                                                                                                              Students use their notes, books,
                                                      Science Book (lessons 24, 25, and 26), Computer lab, attached    Point activity to the students;
    Vocabulary: Matter, properties, mass,                                                                                                                online resources, and other resources
                                                      sheet titled “States of Matter Internet Resources,” attached     Monitor students’ Power
states of matter, liquid, solid, gas, particles,                                                                                                         to create a PowerPoint presentation
                                                      PowerPoint rubric for students to use when creating their        point progress in the
temperature, water vapor, evaporation,                                                                                                                   on the “Three States of Matter” to
                                                      presentation                                                     computer lab and help
condensation                                                                                                                                             share with the rest of the class
                                                                                                                       where needed
                                                                                                                        Run CPS assessment               Students will take the CPS
Day Thirteen: CPS Assessment of the matter            CPS assessment and equipment
                                                                                                                       program; lead a discussion        assessment using the “Clickers.” After
unit
                                                                                                                       about the answers after the       the assessment students will
     Vocabulary: All unit vocabulary and
                                                                                                                       assessment                        participate in a discussion about the
concepts
                                                                                                                                                         test answers
Day Fourteen and Fifteen: Power Point
                                                      Student Power Point Presentations                                Set up presentation center in     Students will present their Power Point
Presentations and unit wrap up
                                                                                                                       computer lab; popcorn for         presentations; View classmates’
   Vocabulary: All unit vocabulary and
                                                                                                                       the students; lead students       Power Point presentations and
concepts
                                                                                                                       in discussion of                  participate in a discussion about them
                                                                                                                       presentations




Standards

                                             NY                                                                              NETS Performance Indicators
                                http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/                                                       http://cnets.iste.org/students/s_profiles.html

                                     Physical Setting                                                                                 Grades 3-5
                                                                                                            1. Use keyboards and other common input and output devices
                                                   Matter
                                                                                                               (including adaptive devices when necessary) efficiently and
                                                                                                               effectively.
Key Idea 3: Matter is made up of particles whose properties                                                 2. Discuss common uses of technology in daily life and the
determine the observable characteristics of matter and its reactivity.                                         advantages and disadvantages those uses provide.
 Performance Indicator 3.1                                                                                  3. Discuss basic issues related to responsible use of
                                                                                                               technology and information and describe personal
  3.1a Matter takes up space and has mass. Two objects cannot
                                                                                                               consequences of inappropriate use.
       occupy the same place at the same time.                                                              4. Use general purpose productivity tools and peripherals to
 3.1d Measurements can be made with standard metric units and                                                  support personal productivity, remediate skill deficits, and
       nonstandard units.                                                                                      facilitate learning throughout the curriculum.
  3.1e The material(s) an object is made up of determine some specific                                      5. Use technology tools (e.g., multimedia authoring,
                                                                                                               presentation, Web tools, digital cameras, scanners) for
       properties of the object. Properties can be observed or measured
                                                                                                               individual and collaborative writing, communication, and
       with tools such as hand lenses, metric rulers, thermometers,                                            publishing activities to create knowledge products for
       balances, magnets, circuit testers, and graduated cylinders.                                            audiences inside and outside the classroom.
                                                                                                            6. Use technology resources (e.g., calculators, data collection
Performance Indicator 3.2                                                                  probes, videos, educational software) for problem solving,
  3.2a Matter exists in three states: liquid, solid, and gas                               self-directed learning, and extended learning activities.
                                                                                        7. Determine which technology is useful and select the
   *Solids have a definite shape and volume                                                appropriate tool(s) and technology resources to address a
   *Liquids do not have a definite shape, but have a definite volume                       variety of tasks and problems.
   *Gases do not hold their shape or volume
  3.2b Temperature can affect the state of matter of a substance
  3.2c Changes in the properties or materials of objects can be
       observed and described

ELA Standards
1--Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and
understanding.

3--Students will read, write, listen, and speak for critical analysis and
evaluation.

4--Students will read, write, listen, and speak for social interaction.

Plan assessment

Plan assessment that puts the learning objectives in operational terms. Build rubrics that identify what students must do or create to show evidence of
understanding of each objective.
Observations – Informal observations will be made by the teacher throughout the unit
PowerPoint – Students will create and present a Power Point presentation describing the three states of matter and their properties
CPS Assessment– Students will be assessed at the end of the matter unit using a CPS multiple choice exam

								
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