3) SCIENCE CONTENT:
After this unit, the student will be able to identify the properties of light.
By selective attention and reading student willdescribe with own words what each property is about. Student will make inferences and group information given into categories.
4) SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS
Understand how light travels / Experiment withrandom objects such as mirror, flash lamp, etc. / Describe how light is reflected.
5) LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES
Student will describe what he/she already know. Student willdevelop new vocabulary related to "light". Student will write new information (concepts) and answer a report. Student willlisten to main characteristics given by the teacher about each property of light.
Opaque \ō-ˈpāk\Reflection \ri-ˈflek-shən\
Flash lamp \ˈflash-ˌlamp\
Mirror \ˈmir-ər, mi-rər\
7) LEARNING STRATEGIES
Student will resource information (concepts) they don't know. They will take notes about vocabularythey don't know. Students will be able to question for clarification and use cooperation to make the experiment.
II Second Part
Having light turned off, teacher willuse flash lamp (turn it ON/OFF) and ask students what they see. Teacher will block light coming from flash lamp with a flashcard and will ask students if they see any difference between the usedflashcards (one flashcard for each light property). Teacher will ask students to make a comparative chart to check out the difference between the three properties of light.
Teacher willshow students a transparent, opaque and a translucent object. Teacher will ask students to discuss the difference between the objects shown and write down what they see it happens when each flashcard...