Lesson 1 of 15 Lesson Title: AZ Teaching Standard: Science C1:Properties and Changes of Properties in Matter PO1: Identify that matter is made of smaller units called molecules and atoms Lesson Outcome: TSW identify matter. Evidence: Graphic organizer that classifies 3 examples of matter into solids, liquids or gases. Big Idea: Interactions Cause Change Materials: Science book, meta-cognitive model on classifying objects into each state of matter; graphic organizer. Sub-Objective TSW define states of matter; liquid, solid, gas. TSW classify different items into its state of matter. Teacher Actions Teacher will use a thinking map to define each state of matter. Teacher will remind students to write definitions in own words. Teacher will randomly call on students to share out definitions and record other definitions. Teacher will model classifying different objects into the corresponding state of matter. Model will include labels such as liquid, movement, gas, unseen, solid, something to hold. Guided Practice: Working in groups students will be given the following states of matter to classify: Helium, soda, paper clip. Using a graphic organizer and science book, students will classify each of them using justification. Independent Practice: Students will determine 3 objects for each state of matter. When they have classified an object, they will justify why they classified each object as they did. Participants Actions √ for Understanding Students will take notes on the different states of matter. Students will share out how they defined each state of matter. Teacher will circulate and make sure students have thinking map completed in own words Completed graphic organizer. Working in groups and then individually students will justify classifying objects into each state of matter using the graphic organizer and science book.