```Collaborative Planning Session
K
1
2
3
4
5
Date:
Sept 28- Oct. 2
Subject:
R
M
S
Members in Attendance: Arredondo, Carter, Hastings, Lopez & Roberts
IPC Steps 1 & 2: Identify and Deconstruct TEKS
TEKS
RS/SS
K.5A
RS
K.5B
SS
Strand
The
student
knows
that
objects
have
properties
and
patterns.
Knowledge
Statements
Observe and
record
properties of
objects,
including
relative size and
mass, such as
bigger or
smaller
and heavier or
lighter, shape,
color, and
texture.
Observe,
record, and
discuss how
materials can be
changed by
heating or
cooling.
IPC Step 3: Create Common Mini-Assessment
What Do Students Need to Know, Understand, and
Be Able to Do?
Observe, Record
PROPERTIES OF OBJECTS
Including, but not limited to: Relative size, Bigger,
Smaller, Relative mass(Heavier,Lighter), Shape,
Color(Possible examples may include:Red,
Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Black,
Brown, White) Texture, Possible examples may
include: Rough, Smooth, Bumpy, Soft
Student Expectations
Verb
Content
Context
Observe
and
record
properties
of objects,
including
relative size
and mass,
such as
bigger or
smaller
and heavier
or lighter,
shape,
color, and
texture.
Observe,
record
and
discuss
how
materials
can be
changed
by heating
or cooling.
Process Skills
Problem Scientific
Fig. 19
Solving
Process
Draft Mini-Assessment – 4 to 10 questions (M/C), Rubric, Product,
etc.
Identify 5 senses: eyes – sight; hands – touch; ears – hear; tongue –
taste; nose - smell
Show an item that is soft, hard, smooth, rough
RPM Date to Review Data:9/16/15
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Collaborative Planning Session
IPC Step 4 & 5 (in brief): Identify Instructional Activities/Strategies/ Methods
Day
NOTES
MON.
TTW read a book or watch a video about mass (properties of matter) and discuss that
mass is something that has weight and takes up space. TSW interactively make an
anchor chart about mass using the vocabulary lighter, heavier, smaller, bigger, weight,
etc. TSW use various objects that they have brought from home to sort using the
vocabulary heavier and lighter.
I can observe and record properties of objects mass, such as bigger or smaller and heavier or lighter by sorting a
variety of objects.
TUES.
TTW read a book or watch a video about mass (properties of matter) and discuss that
mass is something that has weight and takes up space. TSW review yesterday’s
anchor chart about mass. TTW introduce the balance to the students and explain that
you can compare objects mass using the balance. TSW have some objects they
brought from home and have the students predict which has more mass and which has
less mass then will use the balance to compare. TSW will draw a picture in their
journals of something that has more mass than them and less mass then them. (Ex.
Table has more, feather has less)
I can observe and record properties of objects mass, such as bigger or smaller and heavier or lighter by using a
balance to sort a variety of objects.
WED.
TTW discuss ideas about heating and what causes heat using the vocabulary melting.
TTW choose examples of how heat changes things (matter): make popcorn on the hot
plate; melt chocolate bars, melt ice cream bars, etc.
TSW draw pictures to record an example of a material that has been changed by
heating in their journal.
I can observe and record how objects have been changed by heating.
TTW discuss ideas about cooling and what causes things to be cold using vocabulary
freezing. TTW choose examples of how cooling changes things: water to ice, liquid
freeze pops, jello.
THURS.
TSW draw pictures to record an example of a material that has been changed by
cooling in their journal.
I can observe and record how objects have been changed by cooling.
Science Lab: TTW get a selection of several objects that have a variety of sizes,
shapes, textures and colors. TSW create an anchor chart showing the different
properties. TSW arrange the objects by the different properties.
FRI.
I can record and organize data and observations using pictures, numbers, and
words by sorting different objects according to different properties.
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