logo
         
Additional Lessons 191 - 200 of 1000 for Geologic Time
  191.   Radiocarbon Dating
...rbon 14 in the "date." Then the students can determine how old the "date" is. Example of historical figures: Cleopatra Napoleon Charlemagne Caesar Christopher Columbus Queen Elizabeth Lucy (Australopithecus-ancient human) *You can use any type of "date" beside historical figures. Other idea-eras in geological time, specific species (dating when they first appeared in the fossil record), etc. Use your imagination.
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 9-12

  192.   Breezy, Chilly or Freezing?
Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students assess factors which influence how different individuals perceive the weather. They then research and write dialogues exploring particular aspects which affect a person's sense of being "cold." Author(s): Priscilla Chan, The New York Times Learning Network Bridget Anderson, The Bank Street College of Education in New York City Suggested Time Allowance: 1 hour Objectives: Students will: 1. Assess the factors which influence the sensation of being "cold" in a particular situation. 2. Understand the complexities in measuring temperature by reading and discu...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 6-12

  193.   Heat and Density
...Education does not endorse any particular resource. The Web addresses listed are for a given site's main page, therefore, it may be necessary to search within that site to find the specific information required for a given lesson. Please note that information published on the Internet changes over time, therefore the links provided may no longer contain the specific information related to a given lesson. Teachers are advised to preview all sites before using them with students. For the teacher: Macaroni, clear pop, raisins, commercial lava lamp, graduated cylinder, pan balance, metric ruler, salt water, light corn syr...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 9-12

  194.   Biomes: Action for a Healthy Planet
...Biomes: Action for a Healthy Planet At a Glance Grade Level: 9?10 Subject: Biology Topics: Ecology, Ecosystems, Habitat, Biomes Higher-Order Thinking Skills: Generalizing, Decision Making, Analysis Key Learnings: Understanding Ecosystems and Biomes, Human Environmental Impact, Environmental Policy Time Needed: 4 weeks, 1 hour per day Things You Need Assessment Standards Resources Print this Unit (PDF; 40 pages) Unit Summary Students become environmentalists and work in groups to develop solutions to contemporary environmental problems. Student groups research the features of a specific biome and then investigate human...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 9-12

  195.   Dino-Mite Mystery
...yclopedias, almanacs, indexes, and catalogs (Va. SOLs C/T 5.3) 49 Dino-Mite Mystery Focus for Viewing To give students a specific goal while viewing, explain to them that today they are going to see "real dinosaur detectives" at work. Note one kind of clue these "detectives" use to gather evidence. Time Cues To synchronize your VCR with the time cues that are included with this lesson, zero/reset your time counter at the very beginning of the program, before the introduction and titles. Time cues are expressed as "minutes:seconds;" for example, 3:15 means three minutes and fifteen seconds. 3. Focus: What are dinosaur b...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  196.   Dinosaurs: Meat-Asaurus or Veggie-Asaurus
DINOSAURS: MEAT-ASAURUS OR VEGGIE-ASAURUS Grades 3-5 In this lesson, students will join Ms. Frizzle's class and be transported back in time to the late Cretaceous period, sixty-seven million years ago. They will observe dinosaurs as they eat, hunt, interact with other dinosaurs, and even care for their young. By analyzing data collected during this lesson, students will draw the conclusion that most dinosaurs were herbivores rather than carnivores. Students...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  197.   My Habitat Address
...ls and Design" kit and in the "Weather and Water" kit or "Human Body Systems Framework(s) that can be included: Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Framework (pg. 97-98) Physical Science: * Explain how mass is conserved in a closed system. * Graph and interpret distance vs. time graphs (for constant speed). Technology /Engineering * Identify and explain the steps (of the engineering) design process, identify the need or problem, research the problem, develop possible solutions, select the best possible solutions(s), construct a prototype, test and evaluate, communicate the solutions(s), and red...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 6-8

  198.   Geological Features: How Weathering & Erosion Help Create Landforms
Burke Becklund Sheena Tuft Fall 2004 Note: Lesson plan ideas and background information were adapted from the Utah Education Network to ensure accuracy and appropriate content and concepts for the fifth grade level. Geological Features: How Weathering & Erosion Help Create Landforms Abstract: Throughout this lesson students will learn how the Earth's surface changes resulting in geological features and landforms. Students will do a read-a-loud on Thomas Locker's Mountain Dance. Then students will do a KWL on the board. Students will be...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  199.   The Time of Man
...5-6473 Web site: http://www.uwlax.edu/mvac/ This lesson was created by a teacher participating in a Wisconsin ESEA Improving Teacher Quality grant entitled Inquiry Based Technology-Mediated Teacher Professional Development and Application. Title: Submitted by: Grade Level: Subjects: Objectives: The Time of Man John Tribys 7-8 Math, Science, Social Studies 1. Demonstrate visually Mankind's relative place on the earth's timeline. 2. Familiarize students with the use of the metric system in measuring and producing a timeline. -Social Studies B.8.12 -Math D.8.2 -Science E.8.5 Several class periods. Can be worked on through...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 6-8

  200.   Plate Tectonics
...ATIONS GOAL: To develop an understanding of the interdependence of all organisms and the need for conserving natural resources CONCEPT K: The theory of plate tectonics explains land mass movements on earth. CONTENT OBJECTIVE: Ecology K1.00 To understand that land masses of the earth have moved over geological time INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will: 1.01 recognize and make simple sketches of where land masses occurred. 1.02 distinguish patterns of land mass movement. 1.03 demonstrate why certain related plants and animals occurring in different parts of the world are now isolated from each other. OUTLINE OF CON...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 6-8


More Lesson Plans:   20 - 21 - 22 - 23 - 24 - Next

Copyright © 2014 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.