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Science Model Lesson Plan

Science Model Lesson Plan

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Science Lesson Plan: Viruses: Alive? / Course: Living Environment / Created by Janel Granum, 2009Lesson Plan Overview:In this lesson students will be applying the learning strategies of making connections and determining importance to understand more aboutviruses. Students will read about the key characteristics of viruses and whyviruses are considered nonliving entities. Students will track their thinking while reading by using a double entry journal. Then, the students will usethe information to categorize which characteristics make things like viruseseither nonliving or living.Classroom Preparation for Lesson:Think about how you will want to prepare your think aloud. Do you want thetext displayed on a projector so students can follow along and you can alsodisplay the double-entry journal? Or, will you enlarge the text and double-entry journal on chart paper if technology is a concern? And, will studentshave their own individual copies of the text to follow along?Make sure you have copied all the excerpts ahead of time and differentiateany of the reading materials as needed.Lesson Objective:Students will be able to respond to the question ´How can viruses benonliving entities while sharing characteristics with living entities?µLearning Strategies Used:
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Making Connections
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Determining ImportanceResources Needed For This Lesson:
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NY Times article "Swine Flu Was No Lab Accident, W.H.O. Says."New York Times 14 May 2009.http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/15/health/policy/15flu.html
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Levine, Joseph S., and Kenneth R. Miller. Biology. Toronto: PearsonPrentice Hall, 2006
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Studies, Biological Sciences Curriculum. BSCS Biology: AnEcological Approach. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt Pub Co, 2006
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Concepts and Challenges of Life Science. United States: GlobeFearon Co, 2003
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Handout of two-column tableKey Concepts, Terms, and Vocabulary:
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Virus
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Host
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Pathogen
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Organisms
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Mode of Transport
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Parasite
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Bacteriophage
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