Dahlia Chandrahasan

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Recent Posts by Dahlia

Tue Apr 02, 2019 7:56 PM in 5E Lesson Plan: The Order of Planets
Hi Salma! I think that your lesson sounds great! I do not know much about technology, but I think that you could probably find some sort of song about planets on YouTube to play for the students. I also think older students could use iPads or computers to make PowerPoint presentations about the order of the planets in groups of 3-4. This would give them some creative freedom and they could presen...

Tue Mar 26, 2019 12:20 PM in 5E Lesson Plan: Parts of a Plant
Hello! I created a first grade 5E lesson plan for my Science in the Elementary School class over the parts of a plant. For my engage and explore portions I am having students look at small plants that I put on their table groups. I think this is an okay activity, but I would like suggestions for something more fun and interesting. Does anyone have any suggestions for me on how to improve the enga...

Tue Mar 26, 2019 11:40 AM in Kindergarten Lesson About the Four Seasons
Hi, Morgan! I definitely think that for a lesson about the four seasons you could have your students sing a song about seasons with you! I know that there are a lot of songs that are appropriate for kindergarten lessons and you should be able to find a couple on YouTube.