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Science Lesson Plan Student Teacher: Date of Lesson: Lesson Title/Description: Ohms Law Lesson #4 of 9 Time Allotted for this Lesson: Goals: EL.HS.RE. 17 Synthesize information found in various parts of charts, tables, diagrams, glossaries, or related gradelevel text to reach supported conclusions Objectives: Objective 1.3, At their desks in groups of two students will be able to correctly demonstrate ohms law with the calculation of resistance Pre-Requisite Knowledge and/or Skills: A. Prior Knowledge: B. Pre-Requisite Skills C. Scientific Vocabulary Prep & Setup Materials/Equipment/Supplies Technology Procedure: Teacher Does………. Procedure: Students Do…….. Time Motivation/Hook: Use the students “homework” to create different problems that allow the students to see how their devices relate to the classroom, by using the watts of the devices to calculate amps, ect. Teaching: Expand upon the previous lesson by incorporating Ohms Law. Current(A) =voltage differrnace(V)/resistance (Ω) Motivation/Hook: Students will come to the board and solve for other students devices. Teaching: Students will take notes Group Application: Group Application: Independent Application: Independent Application: Now instruct the students t apply Students will put on paper the the ohms law to their device and calculations required to help them figure out what the resistance is determine the resistance of their device. for their device. Closure: Closure: Show a typical electric bill and As an exit ticket have the students have students calculate how calculate their bill for their device. much it takes to run their device per month. Ex. Microwave 700W X 10 min/day X 30 day=? Meeting Varying Needs of Students: Once again there is extensive mathematics involved with this lesson. One on one help will be a great way to assist the students. Large group work up on the board will also provide help to those putting it on the board. Assessment Evidence collected during this lesson: Objective 1.3, At their desks in groups of two students will be able to correctly demonstrate ohms law with the calculation of resistance 2. Summative assessment is ______days from this lesson. Reflection: 1. How did the students do re: the objectives, and how do you know? Reflection: 2. Describe any changes you made as you were teaching the lesson. Reflection: 3. What would you change about this lesson plan? Pay attention to situations where students either did not learn or already knew. Reflection: 4. How did the results of this lesson influence the way that you will teach in the future?