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Light: Transparent, Translucent and Opaque - When Light Strikes Objects.
This lesson gives children the opportunity to experiment and conduct investigations of transparent, translucent and opaque, as applied to light.
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This class will be very interactive. Student engagement - will begin the lesson by talking about the subject matter we are working on, introduce the words, transparent, translucent and opaque and give examples of each. Students will be encouraged to use these words often, as they work on this lesson. This will assist them to infer and reinforce the meaning of each word. Many examples of objects that are transparent, translucent and opaque will be shared and discussed with students and...
Each student will improve his/her understanding of things in their environment that are transparent, translucent and those that are opaque, and sharpen their reasoning skills to help them test theories and expand their understanding of their world.
I am offering this class because it will help students make connections in their minds between things they have experienced, and assist them in finding answers to their many questions they are so curious about. This will give them the opportunity to develop a love of learning, and especially, a love of science. As a Montessori teacher, I understand, and have been privy to see on a daily basis, children's need to explore with their senses. According to Dr. Montessori, children experience life, learn and develop intelligence through the use of touch, sight, smell, taste and sound. It is based on this experience, I believe, that I am a good teacher to teach this lesson, and offer it in this unique manner.
No homework is assigned.
A flashlight, a beautiful array of various materials, such as, foil, paper, plastic, wood, glass, glass or plastic bottle with colored water, book, leaf, small towel, wax paper, bottle of clear water, milk, a drinking glass, etc. Three small mats or rugs for children to categorize their items. Pre-written labels or pencil and paper for children to label their categories independently
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be assessed in an informal informative manner to assess their understanding of the materials.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Beverlee MendozaMontessori teacher who smiles bigger when the sun comes out, so I can walk in my garden.
29 total reviews
40 completed classes
Hello Everyone! The Child should love everything he learns, for his mental and emotional growths are linked. (Maria Montessori) My name is Beverlee Mendoza and I live in Virginia in the USA. I have a B.A. in English from Christopher Newport...