Integrating Reading, Writing, and Math into a Science LessonScience requires reading, writing, and math skills, in addition to critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. When teachers contextualize

Integrating Reading, Writing, and Math into a Science Lesson

Science requires reading, writing, and math skills, in addition to critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. When teachers contextualize learning and integrate that context across all subjects, students are typically more engaged in learning and are able to make connections.

Locate and review a science or health lesson plan. Consider how you would revise the lesson plan to include integration of reading, writing, and math skills. In addition, include suggestions for technology integration and differentiation.

Use the “5E Lesson Plan Template” for your revisions. Include the link to the original lesson plan.

Include a 250-500 word rationale explaining your choices.

APA Style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

DUE BY SATURDAY, JUNE  , 2019

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