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Sinopsis: Here is a wonderful new resource to help you and your students tap the tremendous learning potential of the Internet. The World Wide Web is growing exponentially. It carries huge volumes of up-to-date information, which it presents in multiple forms (text, image, video, animation, and sound), which students with different learning styles can utilize in ways that best suit them.
The Internet can enhance instruction by providing an on-line field trip that would not otherwise be possible, and by supplying up-to-date maps, news in various languages, opportunities to communicate with other users around the globe, and a myriad of other information sources.
As the title implies, Science Activities Using the World Wide Web engages your grade 4-6+ students in using the Internet to learn about the Human Body System, Weather Phenomena, Inventions, Germs, and other topics.
Complete details include:
? Six WWW Activities -- Each topic is addressed with a set of three lessons: a whole class activity, a small group activity, and an individual activity.
Take Flight-students are introduced to the principles of flight, compare two specific airplanes, and apply what they have learned in a paper airplane competition.
What's Bugging You?-this series of lessons addresses the attributes of different diseases, how to prevent diseases from spreading, and looks at the lives of famous germ fighters.
Simply Done with Simple Machines-students learn about the six basic simple machines, note the work done by machines, and see how simple machines were used in inventions.
Surfing for Sharks-Web resources are used to facilitate research about specific species of sharks. Students look at and develop plans for helping endangered shark species.
All Systems Are Go!-After studying the human digestive system, students analyze other body systems and senses.
Wonders of Weather-Students work with real-time weather information sources, learn about weather systems, weather warnings, and track weather across the world.
Lessons include: Complete teacher directions including URLs of related sites, simplified student directions that can be displayed at the computer, note takers and templates as needed.
Also incorporated into this book:
? WWW User Manual-Getting Teachers Started The section discusses how using the WWW can enhance instruction, acceptable use policies, and how to evaluate Web sites.
? WWW User Manual-Getting Students Started This section presents ideas on introducing the WWW to students, provides a model lesson for evaluating a Web site, and discusses how to navigate through a Web site.
? Web Searches This section provides model lessons for doing a subject directory search and a keyword search.
As with all Evan-Moor Teaching & Learning with the Computer series titles, Science Activities Using the World Wide Web contains:
? step-by-step teacher directions ? simplified student directions suitable for posting next to the computer to help students work independently ? Reproducible forms and templates were appropriate
All 80 reproducible pages perforated for easy removal. $16.95 each.
Título: Science Activities Using the World Wide Web ...
Editorial: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Condición del libro: GOOD
Descripción Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG1557997284