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Naked Eggs: Learn About Cellular Processes and Scientific Method
Students will learn about cells and how they receive nutrients by doing an experiment with eggs. Science process skills will be reinforced throughout experiment and learn how to write short science lab report to communicate their findings.
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Once per week
over 3 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Students will learn how cells received nutrients and get rid of materials by experimenting with eggs. By doing this experiment, students will learn about osmosis, diffusion and other cellular processes. They will also hone in on important science skills such as observing, predicting, inferring, measuring and communicating. Written science communication is very important and students will have the opportunity to write a short science lab report. Students will get specific and detailed feedback...
Students will learn how to: Carry out an experiment using science method. Utilize science process skills. Communicate experimental findings by writing short lab report Improve on their science writing by applying new terms to communicate their results.
The only homework is a short science lab report. Students can share their document with me and I can suggest changes throughout. I will grade the report according to a rubric.
1 or 2 uncooked eggs with a white shell vinegar corn syrup water salt food scale (if possible) 1 see through cup or container big enough to fit one egg A guide sheet will be provided on first day
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Students will be assessed on their writing and given specific feedback on how to improve their science writing. This will give the students a head start to the new school year in preparation for science class.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Kelly Science: It's like Magic, but Real!
56 total reviews
57 completed classes
Greetings, My name is Kelly and I've been a science teacher for over 20 years. I have B.A. in Education and a Masters Degree in science education. Although the bulk of my experience has been middle school, I've taught from Kindergarten...