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  1.   Comparing Two Fossil Localities
Lesson Plan ID: 16383 Title: Comparing Two Fossil Localities Overview/Annotation: During this lesson students go on a field trip to locate fossils. Students investigate their findings and identify them using resources from the Internet. They then videoconference to compare/contrast their hypotheses with those of another school. Content Standard(s): IL(K-12...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   Formation of Fossil Fuels
Formation of Fossil Fuels Description Students investigate the process of fossil fuel formation. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.B.2.3.2 The student knows that most of the energy used today is derived from burning stored energy collected by organisms millions of years ago (e.g., nonrenewable fossil fuels). SC.G.2...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Fossils
LESSON PLAN BY: Katherine Keeling Lesson: Fossils Length: 45 minutes- 1 hour Age or Grade Intended: 5th grade Academic Standard: Science: Interdependence of Life and Evolution 5.4.8 Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared to one another and to living organisms according to their similarities and differences. Performance Objectives: Students...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Making Own Fossil Imprints
...tment LESSON PLAN by: Joanna Sajda Lesson: Science Age or Grade Intended: 1st Academic Standards: Science: 1.2.7 Write brief informational descriptions of a real object, person, place, or event using information from observations. Performance Objectives: 1. The students will, after making their own fossil imprints, write a brief description about the fossil that they just made. Teacher Preparation: I will have play dough and objects for the students to use to make their fossils readily available to them to use. I will also have a sheet of paper for them to record their findings on. Procedure: Introduction/Mo...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Fossils: Uncovering the Past
...tors Objectives Stage 2 _ _ _ _ Materials Resources Entered Texts Stage 3 Signature _ _ Welcome to the Teachers? Instructions area for this student activity. Here you?ll find directions and suggestions for using this activity along with the materials you need to evaluate your students? work. Title: Fossils: Uncovering the Past Audience: Elementary Duration: one class period Subject Area(s): Science - Earth science Grade Level(s): 3 Teacher Directions: This activity can be completed using a variety of technology configurations. If a computer lab is available, students can access the activity, worksheets and v...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Living Fossils
Objectives Students will: 1. understand what is meant by the term living fossils; 2. understand some possible reasons why these fossils have survived; and 3. understand how to form a hypothesis and use scientific data to determine whether the hypothesis is accurate. Materials The class will need the following: * Computers with Internet access (optional but very helpful) * Pens and pape...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   The Fossil Record
Objectives Students will learn the following: 1. Because much of Earth was under the ocean millions of years ago, fossils of sea animals can be found in parts of the Earth that are now far above sea level, such as the area known as the Burgess Shale in the western Canadian Rocky Mountains. 2. This fossil record reveals a rich diversity of complex animal forms that lived in the ancient oceans known as the Cambrian Sea. 3. Many...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Fossil Guide
Fossil Guide Administration Procedures 4th Grade Performance Task Contributed by: Council Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Description: Student groups produce a "Fossil Guide" that covers twelve fossils. The guide must include a drawing and written description for each fossil. Students may work on the exercise...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  9.   Dinosaur Fossils
Dinosaur FossilsAuthor: Natassia Mckillip 2/14/2007 4:14:00 PM EST VITAL INFORMATION Subject(s): Library/Information Sciences, Science, Social Studies, Technology Topic or Unit of Study: This lesson will be a study about Dinosaur fossils and where they are found. Grade/Level: 3 Objective: Students will use hotlist to resea...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Earth Science: Studying Fossils
Earth Science Life Science Computer Science Physical Science Our lessons available for download now: Earth Science -Inside Earth -Identifying Minerals -Fossils -Dinosaur Traces -Star Clock Life Science -Butterflies -Cell Study -Human Puzzle -DNA Whodunit -Microscope -Frogs -Genetics Computer Science: -ChromaDepth -Robotics -Measurement -Pendulum -Temperature -Trajectory Lab Physical Science: -ChromaDepth -Electricity -Making Paint -Bubble Prints -Speed Fizz -Brid...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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