1. Demonstrate ABOVE AVERAGE work and BEST EFFORT. 2. Practice common measurements like length, height, mass, volume, density, etc. 3. Make charts, tables, graphs, spreadsheets and interpret data. 4. Plan and carry out basic science experiments in class and at home. 5. Learn about variables in a science experiment and apply to your own work. 6. Compare and identify good and bad presentation skills. 7. Develop good presentations to communicate results and arguments.
1. Volunteer student will do "bad" presentation. 2. Brainstorm/identify bad presentation skills that you saw. 3. Now, Mrs. Yates does good presentation on the same topic and discuss. 4. Hand out Good vs Bad Presentation Skills sheet. Homework:
Finish up Mythbusters experiments at home. Record data and bring it to school!
Were You Absent??? 1. Get the Good vs Bad Presentation Skills page 2. Go to the Resources section of class website and watch the good and bad presentation. 3. Ask if you have questions about your presentation or need help with certain skills or issues regarding oral presentations.