Author:
Barbara Soots, Ellen Ebert, Georgia Boatman, Kimberley Astle, Washington OSPI OER Project
Subject:
Environmental Science, Life Science
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary
Tags:
  • ClimeTime
  • Framework
  • Integrated
  • OSPI
  • Science Lesson Template
  • wa-integrated
  • wa-pd
  • wa-science
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Downloadable docs

    Elementary Science and Integrated Subjects - TEMPLATE

    Elementary Science and Integrated Subjects - TEMPLATE

    Overview

    Template developed by the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) ClimeTime grantees.

    This format is designed to be an example of how to develop a coherent lesson or suite of lessons that integrate other content areas such as English Language Arts, Mathematics and other subjects into science learning for students.

    Description and Guidance

    The template for Elementary Science and Integrated Subjectsis designed to be an example of how to develop a coherent lesson or suite of lessons that integrate other content areas such as English Language Arts, Mathematics and other subjects into science learning for students. The examples provide teachers with ways to think about all standards, identify anchoring phenomena, and plan for coherence in science and integrated subjects learning.  These resources are designed to be an example of how to develop a coherent lesson or suite of lessons that integrate other content areas such as English Language Arts, Mathematics and other subjects into science learning for students. The examples provide teachers with ways to think about all standards, identify anchoring phenomena, and plan for coherence in science and integrated subjects learning.

    • In this template, text to be replaced with your content or instructions to delete later is surrounded by curly brackets.
    • Where possible, sections needing changes have been highlighted to draw attention to them. Remove highlighting when complete.
    • Use the preset TEXT STYLES in order to maintain ADA compliance
    • Do not use tables to display graphics – only use them for data display and make sure to include headers for all columns.

     

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