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Lesson Plan: Opposites Attract: Magnets in Action! - Interdis. Lesson - Grade One - Grade 01
Grade:01
Summary:In this interdisciplinary lesson, students explore movement and make dances to demonstrate the properties of attraction and repulsion found in and outside of a magnetic field. Students discuss their experiences and write about them in personal journals.
Ohio Standards Connection
Content Area:
Arts - Dance
 
Standard: Creative Expression and Communication
Benchmark: A. Improvise, create and perform movement phrases with concentration and kinesthetic awareness.
Indicator: 1. Perform locomotor and nonlocomotor movements with the ability to start, change, stop and balance.
 
Standard: Creative Expression and Communication
Benchmark: B. Use the elements of dance to create a mood or express an idea in a dance study.
Indicator: 2. Perform a memorized movement phrase.
 
Standard: Creative Expression and Communication
Benchmark: C. Invent multiple solutions to movement problems varying space, time, and energy.
Indicator: 3. Perform movements that emphasize time and energy.
 
Standard: Connections, Relationships, and Applications
Benchmark: A. Relate ideas and concepts from the arts and other content areas to expressive movement.
Indicator: 2. Improvise dance movements in response to an idea or concept from a content area outside the arts (e.g., mathematics - subtraction or reading - parts of a story).
Related Ohio Standards Connection
Content Area:
Science
 
Standard: Physical Sciences
Benchmark: B. Recognize that light, sound and objects move in different ways.
Indicator: 5. Explore the effects some objects have on others even when the two objects might not touch (e.g., magnets).
 
Standard: Physical Sciences
Benchmark: B. Recognize that light, sound and objects move in different ways.
Indicator: 6. Investigate a variety of ways to make things move and what causes them to change speed, direction and/or stop.
 
Standard: Scientific Inquiry
Benchmark: A. Ask a testable question.
Indicator: 1. Ask "what happens when" questions.
 
Standard: Scientific Inquiry
Benchmark: A. Ask a testable question.
Indicator: 2. Explore and pursue student-generated "what happens when" questions.
 
Standard: Scientific Inquiry
Benchmark: C. Gather and communicate information from careful observations and simple investigation through a variety of methods.
Indicator: 4. Work in a small group to complete an investigation and then share findings with others.
 
Standard: Scientific Inquiry
Benchmark: C. Gather and communicate information from careful observations and simple investigation through a variety of methods.
Indicator: 5. Create individual conclusions about group findings.
 
Standard: Scientific Inquiry
Benchmark: C. Gather and communicate information from careful observations and simple investigation through a variety of methods.
Indicator: 8. Use oral, written and pictorial representation to communicate work.





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