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compare each student’s observations

*Relate to life

*Have them look at the bark, leaves, if you can see any roots, etc.  

*Have them write the observations on a piece of paper to bring back to class.

The next day- discuss and compare what each of the students observed.

*Discuss how important each part of the tree is and compare it to us as human beings.

*Our parts protect us from damage.

*Inquiry because they are anxious to go home and find different trees.

*Cognitive development because the students are beginning to understand more and use their new knowledge.

*Integrated/Thematic instruction is used when the students are able to apply what the new skills they have learned outside of school

Assessment

*Collect group data and analysis

*Mark in grade book as Tree Stations

*Full 10pts for working with group

*Receive star or sticker

*Each student working in group gets points

*Have students hand in their groups’ data and analysis from the stations and their TQPDAC that they made as a group.

*Mark in grade book as Tree Stations. 10 points total

*Students get full points for working with their group and using the information.  Receive a star or sticker on their work.

*Put a 10 down in grade book for each student in the group for doing the assignment.

Handouts and Visual Aids

*TQPDAC

*Book- “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein.

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