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Lesson Idea #1 -
Web site http://www.gpb.org/chemistry-physics has an entire curriculum for Chemistry and Physics; down loadable worksheets, labs, 25 minute lessons, etc. Excellent site to use especially when the teacher is out.

What levels of Bloom's taxonomy are demonstrated in this lesson? How can the lesson be restructured to reach a higher level of Bloom's taxonomy?
Evaluation; Application; Analysis
What aspects of this lesson are teacher directed?
The initial site
What aspects of this lesson are student-directed? How can this lesson be modified to make it more student-directed?
The lesson is student-directed as they go through the site and answer the worksheets or complete the labs

Lesson Idea #2
- a trial membership to http://www.explorelearning.com/; the subscription is pricey - can we use stimulus money? Can set up classes to see what you want them to view.

What levels of Bloom's taxonomy are demonstrated in this lesson? How can the lesson be restructured to reach a higher level of Bloom's taxonomy?

What aspects of this lesson are teacher directed?

What aspects of this lesson are student-directed? How can this lesson be modified to make it more student-directed?


Lesson Idea #3 - Related topics that you don't have time to complete; allow the students to teach through PowerPoint and set up stations with worksheets or questions that the students need to answer.

What levels of Bloom's taxonomy are demonstrated in this lesson? How can the lesson be restructured to reach a higher level of Bloom's taxonomy?
Could range all over the taxonomy depending on what was done
What aspects of this lesson are teacher directed?
The initial distribution of the lesson is teacher directed. The Rubric for the lesson would be teacher-directed.
What aspects of this lesson are student-directed? How can this lesson be modified to make it more student-directed?
Very student-directed.

Lesson Idea #4 - Quick Responses: Sunscreen and radiation relevancy; skits; Science Night - each subject area has a theme; qualitative analysis lab (known and unknowns) it takes 3 days and it is time consuming in the preparation (42 minutes); GoogleDocs used as a unit exam and completed primarily out of class - students pose a question and response and students were to respond to others. It was good, quality review time. It was a lot of work for the teacher but the students really got into it. The Sacrificial Gummy Bear project.