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# Jessica Crotty

STRUCTURED DISCOVERY LESSON PLAN FORMAT The 5 Es Science Lesson Grade Level/Subject: 3rd/Science Big Idea(s): Matter Rationale: It is important for students to learn this because they need to know that mass means that the object takes up a certain amount of space. Common Core/Essential Standards Reference: 3.P.2.3 Summarize changes that occur to the observable properties of materials when different degrees of heat are applied to them, such as melting ice or ice cream, boiling water or an egg, or freezing water. Next Gen Standards: 2-PS1-1 Plan and conduct an investigation to describe and classify different kinds of materials by their observable properties. Behavioral Objective: Students will create a poster to represent the states of matter (what solids liquids and gases are) and how the particles in the states of matter move. Prerequisite Knowledge/Skills: Students Must be able to safely move around the room without causing injury to others Have a general knowledge of matter: matter makes up everything matter can change states. Teacher What is matter? What are the different forms of matter? How does matter change from one form to another? How do the particles in matter move? Materials/Resources: Computer to play brain pop video Poster paper to make posters Art materials to use for making posters Content and Strategies Engage: What is matter? Can matter change? How does it change? ANTICIPATED ANSWERS: Matter is what things are made up of. Matter can change. Matter changes by getting hot or cold. Explore: Watch the brain pop video about the changing states of matter http://www.brainpopjr.com/science/matter/changingstatesofmatter/ Explain: Allow students to share observations that they learned from the video. ANTICIPATED ANSWERS: Matter changes with temperature; matter is made up of particles; the particles move differently in each phase; (may also describe video examples changes). Teacher will continue by explaining: As we observed from the video the particles that make up solids,

Jessica Crotty