This lesson was modified to be delivered through a Hyperdoc, assigned to students through Google Classroom. Each student received their own copy and then worked at their own pace to view the articles, graphics, and videos (as well as their textbook pages) provided as resources for learning about the Scientific Method. There was also opportunity for them to post responses on the doc itself and a Padlet.
|Click the image to view the complete Hyperdoc. You may create your own copy to edit and use in your own classroom.|
Here is the padlet my students used to share their questions with our class. We will be using these for inspiration during their science fair projects and Innovation Day projects later in the year.
Once students had learned about the Scientific Method, their task was to create a company that would inform and assist students who needed to do a Science Fair project utilizing the Scientific Method process. They created an informative poster using Piktochart, Google Drawings, or any other means as a way of convincing people to hire them to help with Science Fair projects. The students got really into it and are currently working on their projects. I hope to share the final products with you next week!
In the meantime, let me know what you think of this Hyperdoc. Did you make your own copy and modify/use it in your class? Let me know how it goes and thank you for your feedback!