Provision for special needs:
(on back of page)
Towey Schulz, Ph.D.
ED 355 Teaching Mathematics
College of Saint Mary Spring,
activity involve more than one subject area?
activity involve the students in exploring a topic in depth and over an extended
period of time?
activity provide interesting, meaningful, and accurate learning that relates to
students' daily lives?
activity provide opportunity for students to work collaboratively and
cooperatively while hypothesizing, making and recording observations, gathering
and defending their own evidence, and to express their results in a variety of
activity accomplish the objective(s) for which it is intended?
activity worth the time and cost needed to do it?
necessary materials available for doing the activity?
activity safe for students to do?
From Victor, E., and
Kellough, R., Science for the Elementary
and Middle School. Merrill,
Merryellen Towey Schulz Fall, 2000
Title of Unit
Table of Contents
Nature of Students
Nebraska Content Standards
List of Learning Activities/Daily
(Include accommodations or adaptations for special needs.)
List of Materials Need for Unit
Bulletin Board Sketches (if
from: Learning to Teach Science,
Ebenezer, J. & Connor, S. (1998) and Activities for Elementary Social
Studies, Stockard, J. (1995).
Towey Schulz – College of Saint Mary, 2000
Towey Schulz, Ph.D. College
of Saint Mary, 2000