|Description||Students will solidify and demonstrate their knowledge of magnets by discussing how magnets are used in everyday life.|
|Goal||To expose students to the roles magnets play in our everyday life.|
|Standards||Indiana Academic Standards
3.1.4 Discuss the results of investigations and consider the explanations of others.
|Materials & Preparation||Journal, pencil, chart paper, objects (or pictures of objects) that utilize magnetism: refrigerator magnets, can opener, computer diskettes, cassette recorder and tape, speakers, VCR and VCR tape, clothes dryer, refrigerator, etc.|
|Grouping||Individual participation in group discussion, individual homework|
|Assessment||Did the students...
|Special Needs Adaptations||Ask different types of questions for students of different abilities. For example, for a high-ability student, ask questions that require inferences and analyzing. For lower-ability students, ask questions with clear answers.|
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|Magnet Centers||Electricity Centers|