birds that they have studied and the students must write the name of each bird on a piece of lined paper.
* The teacher will then play the bird sounds that the children listened to at of the stations and they have to write down what bird goes with each sound they are hearing.
The Bird picture and sounds are prepared for the teacher to present to the class after the stations are over.
* At the last station where the students researched more on the birds they were to write down some information.
* With that information they are to go to each of the other groups and discuss what they discovered during their research.
Students are processing what they have researched into telling others what they have found and also learning from what information others found.
The students are moving about the classroom learning and explaining more information to others.
The students are working in groups as they communicate their further investigations.
* The students will then be asked to go home and research and write one page of information about another bird that lives in Michigan.
* They can ask a parent, research the internet, check out books, or any other way they can get information from.
* They will have a whole week to do this in case they do not
Students will use their own behaviors to observe and learn at home.
Students are learning from experiencing real world information.
Children are challenged to research a new bird