After formally introducing students to magnets, I began the lesson that was originally planned. This lesson was a whole class instruction that incorporated group work to investigate what type of items are magnetic and not magnetic, as well as the reaction magnets have when they are in close proximity to other magnets. More specifically the ability to make objects move without physically touching them. This information will lead into how magnets attract and repel. This was an inquiry-based lesson; therefore, students were performing exp...
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...early able to categorize items into magnetic or nonmagnetic categories. They also had an idea of which type of materials were magnetic and which types of materials were not magnetic. I determined that students successful understood the first objective through the class discussions and through their data collection sheet I collected at the end of the lesson. Students successful placed a circle around items that were magnetic and placed an X over items that were not magnetic. All students received 100% accuracy for this objective.
To ensure that students meet both of my objectives for this lesson the next time it is taught, I will need to make sure there is enough time allotted for the entire lesson or make this lesson a series of two lessons. Without having enough time to complete the entire lesson, it was impossible for the students to meet both objectives.
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