Morgan Bell

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Recent Posts by Morgan

Sun Nov 26, 2017 10:01 PM in Field Teaching
As a student doing field hours, what is a good science lesson to teach in the class?  I will need to do another lesson next semester and am thinking ahead. 

Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:57 PM in Food Chain
I am doing field hours in an elementary school and did a lesson on the food chain. What ways have you taught the food chain that have gone over well in the classroom for different age groups?

Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:53 PM in Science fair
Do you think it is better to give students a topic for science fair projects or is it better to let them choose their own?





Recent Reviews by Morgan


Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:34 PM
5 Article Review
While doing a lesson on the food chain, I found this article to be very helpful. I liked that it showed how to combine literacy with science content. The books that they showed really gave a clear depiction of what the food chain is and how to explain it to young children.


Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:23 PM
5 Article Review
I really liked this article, they did a good job with showing multiple strategies when working with ELL students. Initially I thought teaching science to ELL students it would be a serious challenge because science is often a difficult subject for some students but with these examples and strategies it doesn't seem that bad. The suggested assessment strategies seem really helpful to those soon to be teachers. For a future teacher, I plan to take all of what I learned into the classroom.






Recent Public Collections by Morgan


Food Chain

8 Resources

My collection for FA #2



Methods and Strategies: "Inquirize" Your Teaching
Type: Journal Article
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Teaching Through Trade Books: Figuring Out Food Chains
Type: Journal Article
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