A collection of projects, lesson plans, videos and assignments about famous scientists.

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SCIENTIST FILE

by Sophie Teacher

Lesson Plan: Prepare a biographical file on a selected scientist; a supplemental list of birthdays is included.
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Biographies of notable scientists detailing their lives and discoveries through images and text.
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Darwin Poser

by amendtd Marengo

The goal of this activity is to formulate a question about Charles Darwin or his ideas and construct an essay to effectively answer the question. Role: You will have a dual role: you are playing the role of your curious self, and that of Charles Darwin. Audience: The target audience for the question is Charles Darwin. The target audience for the answer is yourself (or you group).
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Darwin Poser Rubric

by amendtd Marengo

rubric for Darwin Poser
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suggested reading selections for Darwin poser
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assigned reading for the poser
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Students can analyze, evaluate and critique past experiments conducted by famous scientists by re-creating them. Includes over 40 hands-on activities from Einstein, Faraday, Galileo, Ohm, Tesla and many more.
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The purpose for this lesson plan is for the students to learn about who discovered electricity, how it was discovered and how it evolved. The students will learn about the history of a few pioneers like Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, and Alexander Graham Bell. These inventors started the journey with their inventions using electricity which has a great impact in our lives today. The students will learn the steps to performing an experiment, what electricity is made of, and how it relates to magnetism.
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