Science Lesson Plan Student Teacher: Date of Lesson: Lesson Title/Description: voltmeter, ammeter Lesson #7of 9 Time Allotted for this Lesson: 25 min Goals: Objectives: H.3S.2 Design and conduct a controlled Objective2.2 At their lab stations students will show how to connect an ammeter as well as experiment, field study, or other voltmeter. They must use both perfectly. investigation to make systematic observations about the natural world, including the collection of sufficient and appropriate data. Pre-Requisite Knowledge and/or Skills: A. Prior Knowledge B. Pre-Requisite Skills C. Scientific Vocabulary: volts, amps, voltmeter, ammeter Prep & Setup Materials/Equipment/Supplies Have all materials ready for students. voltmeter, ammeter, light bulbs, wires, plugs, power source, and switches Procedure: Teacher Does………. Technology Procedure: Students Do…….. Time Motivation/Hook: Motivation/Hook: 10 Write question on the board. Students answer questions as the warm min How do I measure amps while of up. a system is active. 5 min Teaching: Explain to the students the differences between the placement of ammeter and voltmeter. Teaching: Have students note placement on their blue prints of their systems. 10 min Group Application: Check placement of meters. Group Application: Have the groups show the instructor where to place the ammeter, and voltmeter. Closure: Closure: Meeting Varying Needs of Students: Assessment 1. Evidence collected during this lesson: At their lab stations students will show how to connect an ammeter as well as voltmeter. They must use both perfectly. 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?