Science & Nature
Paleontology Series 4: Boy Were We Wrong About the Dinosaurs! Scientist Mistakes
This is class 4 of my Paleontology series. It will examine what we thought we knew about dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals and how we changed our ideas with new evidence. Sometimes scientists were very very wrong!
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My Paleontology Series can be taken in any order. We will go over what we thought we knew about prehistoric animals and how scientists changed their minds with new evidence. This hilarious class will show that even scientists make mistakes and we may still have it wrong today! Not only will students learn about dinosaurs, they will practice their informational writing skills. Students will practice cause and effect statements and create an oral paragraph together. Organizing our thoughts is...
Students will understand that scientists use evidence to make conclusions and will be able to describe what mistakes we have made over time. Students will work on cause and effect relationships and be able to orally express main ideas and details. Students will use information gathered in this class to make conclusions about dinosaur misconceptions.
An optional writing template will be provide to enrich this lesson.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There will be no assessment in this class. Parents may use the optional writing template to Gage their child’s learning.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Teacher with over 10 years of Experience!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
44 total reviews
39 completed classes
My name is Kayla Pfannenstiel, and I am a masterful teacher of over 11 years. I enjoy teaching students about fossils, science, math, and reading. I believe students learn best when collaborating with each other. My online classroom is very...
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