Lory Hernandez

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Recent Posts by Lory

Tue Mar 27, 2018 11:01 PM in Getting the Students Excited About Science
Hi Aleida, I found this really fun website where you can find several activities to teach your students about different topics. I found this interesting lesson about KE and PE. Hope this helps! https://www.sciencebuddies.org/teacher-resources/lesson-plans/balloon-car

Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:02 PM in Physics Songs
Brenda, I have never thought of cute physics songs that I could incorporate in a science lesson. I think a cute physics song will engage the students to want to learn science. In addition students will be able to remember the lesson because the song is fun to listen and they can dance to it. Science should be fun not boring! A song can be incorporated in the hook or at the beginning of the less...

Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:55 AM in Periodic Table
Shontell, I too find it hard to actually teach a periodic table. I think maybe you could introduce the elements and see if students can find similarities and differences between them. They can write these points on a vend diagram to help them visualize them better. This could be implemented in the "hook" of the lesson to get them engaged!

Recent Public Collections by Lory


4 Resources

Electromagnetic Induction
Type: Journal Article

Electric and Magnetic Forces
Type: SciPack