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An interactive presentation for third graders on hurricanes. Students will learn about hurricanes, their development, how to be safe, the difference between a watch and a warning, and have access to lot of fun activities or additional information. This can be used as a stand alone resource in a science lesson about natural...
An interactive presentation for third graders on hurricanes. Students will learn about hurricanes, their development, how to be safe, the difference between a watch and a warning, and have access to lot of fun activities or additional information. This can be used as a stand alone resource in a science lesson about natural disasters and safety.
Objectives - Students will be able to: define two stages of hurricane development/formation, and describe ways to protect themselves during a hurricane.
Active Response - The learner will answer two questions after each section of information. After the student has completed the entire PowerPoint, he/she will answer 4-5 questions based on what was taught and learned from each section.
Feedback - If the student answers the question correctly, he/she will receive positive feedback, applause sound, and a little information to go with the question. Although, if the student answers the question incorrectly, he/she will be provided with “Sorry!,” buzzer sound, and why the answer they chose was wrong.
I think you did a wonderful job on your StAIR! What a great resource for a 3rd grade science class. I liked the text-to-speech component of it (very well use of UDL principles). I liked the clear explanation of each slide, especially the quiz questions. Your StAIR project is very detailed. All the links and resources worked properly and all of them were very informative. The sound effects were fun and properly used. I liked all the pictures; it made your StAIR presentation interesting. I think you met instructional strategies really well.
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2 years ago
Clear explanation of vocabulary and the origin of the word “Hurricane”. Great resources for access to more information about hurricanes. Great use of Engagement and means of Action & Expression based on the UDL principals.
There is not much that needed to be added to this project. I was very impressed. I wouldn’t mind seeing a picture of the God “Hukrane” !!