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Life Cycle Resources Online Presentation

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A slide show that includes details about five internet resources that can be used in a first grade science lesson about the life cycles of butterflies and frogs.

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Life Cycle Resources Online Presentation

  1. 1. Life Cycles First Grade Science Sunday, October 20, 2013
  2. 2. Objectives • TLW be able to draw the four stages of the life cycle in their correct order from memory. • TLW be able to categorize the stages of the life cycle of a butterfly and frog by sorting images of each stage with the correct organism. • TLW be able to identify and explain the terminology of the life cycle after interacting with various resources provided by the instructor. • TLW be able to draw the stages of the life cycle and connect them in the order in which they occur using KidPix. • TLW be able to categorize the various stages of the life cycle for a butterfly and frog by sorting the images of a life cycle and placing them where they belong using a smart board application created by the instructor. • TLW be able to identify life cycle terminology with 75% accuracy from interacting with various science games and resources online. Sunday, October 20, 2013
  3. 3. Life Cycles • http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/ client_ftp/ks1/science/hamshall/life_cycles/index.htm • This informative website allows students to learn about both life cycles, the butterfly and the frog. It gives the student information about each stage when they click on it. It also has an animation of the life cycle going around as it always does, clearly illustrating the first standard I am teaching in my lesson that life cycles are recurring. This site has limited information, as in it only gives an overview and some facts of each stage of the life cycle, but all is accurate. It is a great resource to use to get additional information to across to students. Sunday, October 20, 2013
  4. 4. Life Cycle of a Butterfly • http://www.tooter4kids.com/LifeCycle/Stages.htm • This is an informative and scholarly website for kids to read and learn about the different stages of a life cycle. It takes students through a number of different sites that allow them to learn facts about the life cycle of a butterfly, read butterfly poems, sing butterfly songs, and much more. I picked this source because it has a number of accurate information about butterflies that students, especially those who are interested in learning more about butterflies, can go look at. There are pictures, video clips, books they can find, and other websites that allow them to gather more information about different kinds of butterflies. Additionally, there are not any advertisements or random pop-ups with this website. While it looks like it is a homemade website, it still has credible information and links for students to learn more. This website matches the curricular standards and benchmarks related to science and the life cycle of the butterfly because it is all about butterflies and how they are created, which is what my lesson is all about. Sunday, October 20, 2013
  5. 5. Butterfly Life Cycle • http://www.turtlediary.com/kindergarten-games/science-games/butterfly-life-cycle.html • This is an informative and interactive site that is both static and dynamic and allows students to play with the life cycle of a butterfly in an effort to practice their knowledge about the topic and recall the information about the life cycle of a butterfly in a number of ways. The website begins with a narrated lecture with information about the life cycle while an animated video illustrates what is being taught. Students are then able to label the different stages of a butterfly by clicking and dragging the vocabulary words to the pictures of each stage. Then the students are asked to click and drop the pictures of each stage above the correct vocabulary word labeling each stage. Each of these are in the order of the cycle, not randomly mixed up, helping the students remember the order in which the stages occur. I picked this source because it uses credible and accurate information in a fun presentable way to keep students engaged. It matches the curricular standards I am teaching because it directly teaches and scaffolds the stages of the butterfly life cycle. Sunday, October 20, 2013
  6. 6. Frog Life Cycle • http://www.turtlediary.com/grade-1-games/science-games/frog-lifecycle.html • This is an informative and interactive site that is both static and dynamic and allows students to play with the life cycle of a frog and recall their knowledge in a variety of ways. The website begins with a narrated lecture with information about the life cycle while an animated video illustrates what is being said. Students are then able to label the different stages of a frog’s development by clicking and dragging the vocabulary words to the pictures of each stage. The students are then asked to click and drop the pictures of each stage above the correct vocabulary word labeling each stage. Each of these are in the order of the cycle, not randomly mixed up, helping the students remember the order in which the stages occur. I picked this source because it uses credible and accurate information in a fun presentable way to keep students engaged. It matches the curricular standards I am teaching because it directly teaches and scaffolds the stages of the life cycle of a frog, as well as the vocabulary related to each of the four stages. Sunday, October 20, 2013
  7. 7. Butterfly Life Cycle Song • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YVqHnw0W-Q • This is an animated video showing the life cycle of a butterfly while a song narrates and teaches students what is happening. This is a great static and dynamic site. I like this song because it is a catchy tune that would help students learn the vocabulary regarding each of the four stages as well as the order in which the cycle occurs. It is filled with absolute accurate information and is on a site that also suggests further videos for students to watch and learn more information about the life cycle of a butterfly. This site matches the content I am teaching in my lesson because it teaches students how animals have life cycles as well as the vocabulary of the stages of a life cycle. Sunday, October 20, 2013
  8. 8. Paragraph on using Online Presentations • Sunday, October 20, 2013 I think that online presentations are very useful in any classroom. Especially if there is a blog being used consistently. If students are absent they could easily view what was discussed in class at home. They could also use an online presentation at home or in the library to help with homework or projects. If all students have access to a computer and internet at home an instructor could easily assign a powerpoint for them to watch at home if they are not able to get to it in class.

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