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eBook Hands-On General Science Activities with Real-Life Applications: Ready-to-Use Labs, Projects, Activities for Grades 5-12 (J-B Ed: Hands On) ePub

by Elaine Wood,Pam Walker

  • ISBN: 0876287518
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Elaine Wood,Pam Walker
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (November 2, 1994)
  • ePub book: 1351 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1288 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 714

Description

The book is organized into five units, each . Lab on the energy of motion. Puzzle11-2 Star Chamber. Class project on constellations. 12-1 The Man in the Moon. Series Volume Number.

The book is organized into five units, each focusing on a different area of the science curriculum: EARTH SCIENCE: Lessons on plate tectonics, rock and soil, weather and water include activities like "Rockin' and Rollin' in the . A" (earthquake epicenter lab).

The book offers a dynamic collection of classroom-ready lessons, projects, and lab activities that encourage students to integrate basic science concepts and skills into everyday life.

Activities With Real-Life Applications: Ready-to-Use Labs, Projects, and Activities for Grades 5-12. ELAINE WOOD teaches at Chapel Hill High School in Douglasville, Georgia.

Hands-On General Science Activities With Real-Life Applications: Ready-to-Use Labs, Projects, and Activities for Grades 5-12. Pam Walker, Elaine Wood. Pam and Elaine are co-authors of dozens of science teacher resource books including Crime Scene Investigations, Real-Life Science Activities for Elementary Grades, Crime Scene Investigations, Real-Life Science Labs for Grades 6-12, and Science Sleuths, all from Jossey-Bass.

Pam Walker, Elaine Wood. Hands-On General Science Activities With Real-Life Applications: Ready. by Pam Walker, Elaine Wood.

Items related to Hands-On General Science Activities with Real-Life. has taught science in grades 9-12 for the past 16 years. has 10 years' experience teaching secondary science. Walker, Pam; Wood, Elaine Hands-On General Science Activities with Real-Life Applications: Ready-to-Use Labs, Projects, & Activities for Grades 5-12 (J-B Ed: Hands On). ISBN 13: 9780787972349. Both authors currently teach science at Alexander High School, Douglasville, Georgia.

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This book provides labs on life, physical, and earth science as well as critical thinking

This book provides labs on life, physical, and earth science as well as critical thinking. ООО "Логосфера " Тел:+7(495) 980-12-10 ww. ogobook. The book offers a dynamic collection of classroom-ready lessons, projects, and lab activities that encourage students to integrate basic science concepts and skills into everyday life.

This comprehensive collection of nearly 200 investigations, demonstrations, mini-labs, and other activities uses everyday examples to make physics concepts easy to understand.

This innovative series of lessons/worksheets applies basic science concepts to everyday life. It includes over 75 stimulating enhancement activities with background information covering Earth Science, Chemistry, Life Science, Physics, and Astronomy, ready to use as a stand-alone or supplement to a science text.

Comments

Fato Fato
Great for science teaching and project ideas grades 7-9... if you have higher level or younger kids, you need to do some serious modifying.
Marilore Marilore
The book is spiral bound so it is easy to photocopy. I have used about 10 of the activities. All activities have a answer key. What I like is there is a section of content for the student to read before completing an activity. All activities are hands-on. I have a general science class and I have used the activity on moon craters. Students actually create craters in flour. Students perm pieces of hair in the chem. section. I do protein synthesis activity with bio. I do an acid/base activity using cabbage juice. I use the activity for earthquakes. If you teach astronomy to biology there is an activity for you. Materials are inexpensive, too.