All About Fish: Research, Print, and Present - Lesson Plan Volume 3

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Grades 6-8.

Students will be assigned to draw a replica fish. They'll only know their fish is one from a list of six. They'll need to conduct their own research about the fish to determine which fish they have. Once they know the identity of their fish, they'll work in a small group to read an article about a problem that fish either faces or has created. The group will create a presentation for the class about the fish, its problem, and possible solutions to the problem. Students will create a print of their fish that shows the problem the fish faces or has created. Finally, students will reconvene with their group to build a solution to the problem. They'll use simple building materials to construct a device that will help with the environmental problem named in the Activity 1 article.

Students will be able to…

  • Identify a fish based on specific physical characteristics.
  • Synthesize information from an article and provide a possible solution to the presented problem.
  • Create a model that solves a given problem.

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Age: 11 yrs. - 13 yrs.
Lesson Plan: STEM/STEAM
Grade: 6 - 8
School Type: Middle School
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