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Energy at Home

  • 20 October 2017
  • Posted by: Ried Iten
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Energy at Home
Students’ age range: 14-16
Topic: Saving Energy in Schools and Households
 
Description: *Students learn how energy is produced and used.
*They also learn ways to conserve energy that can easily be applied in their own homes. * Students will be allowed to do additional research to find more information about the different types of energy.
*Ask questions with them to see their different ways to see the energy.
¨*Students will have their Guides about the Saving Energy in Schools and Households.
*Students will be reading about their research. * Students will read about the Saving Energy In school and Households.
*Each student will take notes on each reading.
*Students will form a circle with their chairs, bringing all the materials.
*Students will speak out loud what they have in their notes.
*Teacher will give more information if they don’t understand very well the lesson.
*Make a circle in the middle of the class with all your materials.
*Listen every carefully as each one of your classmates presents their ideas to the class.
*Raise your hand too have the word to speak in class.
*Write 5 lines will your opinion using the information you have about the Saving Energy in schools and Households.
*Students will form a circle with their chairs, bringing all the materials.
*Students will speak out loud what they have in their notes.
*Teacher will give more information if they don’t understand very well the lesson.



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2 comments on article "Energy at Home"

Novelette Richardson

4/20/2018 3:29 PM

A very interesting lesson which will definitely enable students to enhance their critical thinking skills. I could clearly see collaboration, extensive students' participation. Teacher will allow students to to give their own opinions and form their own conclusions. Not only will students critical thinking be improved, but also their creative thinking.


Novelette Richardson

4/20/2018 3:43 PM

Although it can be seen where critical thinking skills could be enhanced, there are however, inadequate objectives clearly outlined to link strategies used to learning outcome. There are sufficient activities and instructions to help students improve their thinking skills, but objectives are unclear. This could be a grand opportunity for the teacher to incorporate several techniques in this lesson, some techniques could be, minute paper, text to text, text to world, text to self, fish bowl strategy and so many others. Here the teacher could have students develop their analytic, inferential, making judgments, making predictions skills,

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