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Evaporation Experiment (Uncut)

Lesson Objective: This is 68 minutes of authentic teaching, unedited, and without teacher narration.
Grade 3 / Science / Data Analysis
1 HR 08 MIN

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This 68-minute Uncut Classroom footage was used to create:

Content Differentiation in 3rd Grade Science

What You'll See

  • Data gathering and analysis
  • Water evaporation lesson
  • Differentiation
  • Questioning
  • Teacher observation
  • Formative assessment
  • Promethean board

Discussion and Supporting Materials

6 Comments

  • Private message to Van Surksum Kaitlyn

This teacher did a great job with giving students clear instructions about writing cursive. She also had great classroom management and her students were great listeners throughout the lesson. She did a great job including all her students in the lesson and scafolding it for all her students levels. 

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  • Private message to Diana Gallardo

The teachers strategies to engage students are super effective! I loved how kinesthetic the lesson was and how supportive the teacher was throughout her instruction. The way in which she chose to discuss the experiment and anaylze every step with the class probably helped them remember information more clearly later on. I learned new enaging strategies to teach water evaporation as well as teach cursive handwritting. The teacher was very consistent in checking for understanding and also allowing students to explain themselves. 

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  • Private message to Ryan Cantrell

The teacher did a great job with cursive and ensuring the kids were on track. At the time of the experiment, she broke it down and walked them through it. She also did a good job with incorporating the children into the activity and ensuring they all got a turn.

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  • Private message to AUDREY Batiste

The students learning how to write in cursive was challenging for some but, their teacher walked around and help them get back on track. Making corrections to make sure that the lesson will end well. I like that she broke down the experiment so that the students could follow and understand exactly what they needed to do. Looking through the lens of a scientist was exciting and fun to the students. Their teacher enhanced their learning by using scaffold to help the students' progress towards a better understanding of their experiment. 

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  • Private message to Julio Jacobo-Martinez

Overall the lesson was very good. I really like the classroom management and how the kids know the expectations. Writing in cursive was challenging for the kids, but the teacher was constantly moving around supporting her students. One of my favorite parts was to see how the teacher was breaking down the experiment making it easier for the students to understand the lesson and follow the experiment. Having the student folders with the copies of the work it’s a great idea, minimizing the time the class spends looking for the activities. The puzzle activity and the quiz was a very good way to asses the effectiveness of the lesson.  

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Stroudsburg Intermediate Elementary School
2000 Chipperfield Drive
Stroudsburg PA 18360
Population: 813

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