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Lee, Tammy D.; Lubischer, Jane L. – Science and Children, 2014
In this article, Tammy D. Lee and Jane L. Lubischer describe a classroom lesson designed to explore how animals use sound to communicate and how this communication affects their survival. Lee and Lubischer wanted to bring an awareness of how science is happening in students' own backyards. They developed a half-day 5E lesson integrating two…
Descriptors: Science Education, Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Betteley, Pat – Science and Children, 2009
How do you inspire students to keep records like scientists? Share the primary research of real scientists and explicitly teach students how to keep records--that's how! Therefore, a group of third-grade students and their teacher studied the work of famous primatologist Jane Goodall and her modern-day counterpart Ian Gilby. After learning about…
Descriptors: Animal Behavior, Parks, Foreign Countries, Scientists
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Silverman, Emily; Coffman, Margaret; Younker, Betty – Science and Children, 2007
This article describes an interdisciplinary, activity-based lesson plan implemented in a third/fourth-grade classroom. During these activities, students use musical concepts to think about, illustrate, and discuss animal behavior, and they use scientific concepts to motivate musical composition and performance. The lesson ends with small group…
Descriptors: Scientific Concepts, Musical Composition, Music, Music Teachers