M2 Learning Log 2 – Flickr Galleries

June 27, 2011 at 2:40 pm 1 comment

I created a Flickr Gallery to cover the States of Matter.  Photos show either a solid, liquid, gas, or a combination of the states.  I could see using this gallery in science class to either introduce the science/chemistry unit or more likely to get students thinking about the properties of each state and how to describe them.  Science (experiments) require a lot of observation skills and I found in my internship this past semester that the 3rd graders had a lot of trouble finding adjectives to describe what they were seeing, feeling, smelling, hearing, etc.  (no tasting was allowed for that experiment!)  I think these photos could be a good way to have students think about the words to describe these characteristics.  What words could you use to describe how the slime feels….and ‘slimy’ doesn’t count!

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  • 1. Margaret  |  July 3, 2011 at 9:24 pm

    The images that you have chosen for this gallery are fascinating! These are great for use in any visual literacy activity.

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