Week Fifteen Science Lessons: Earth Unit Test

Grade 5

Week Fifteen Lessons

This week we will be reviewing, testing , and goal setting! Make the review fun and the memories will stick! Unit Test reviews are just as important throughout the year. The goal is not to memorize for the test, but to refresh their memory and help make those memories permanent.

science lesson plans Earth science

TEKS/ Standards:

(A) explore the processes that led to the formation of sedimentary rocks and fossil fuels; Readiness Standard (D) identify fossils as evidence of past living organisms and the nature of the environments at the time using models. Supporting Standard (B) recognize how landforms such as deltas, canyons, and sand dunes are the result of changes to Earth’s surface by wind, water, and ice; Readiness Standard (C) identify alternative energy resources such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, and biofuels; and Readiness Standard

Materials:

Science Wall Complete each day with your choice of word wall words.

Earth and Space Interactive Science Notebook

Science and Literacy The Rock Cycle

Science and Literacy Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition

Science and Literacy Natural Resources and Alternative Energy

Earth and Space Anchor Charts

Earth Science Vocabulary

Earth Unit Test

Science Goal Setting Sheets

Lesson Ideas:

(Monday – Tuesday)  Review using games and activities for the test

Review activities: quick writes for students to show you what they know, quizzes, games, review the labs they have completed, study their science notebooks with a partner.

(Wednesday)  Administer the test

earth test

(Thursday – Friday) Go over the test and set goals for future tests.

science goal setting with students

Lesson Notes

I grade tests without marking the correct answer. The students use a pen or colored pencil to review the test when we go over it as a class. They write down the explanations we have for each test question.

5th grade Lesson Plans

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