Presentation on theme: "An Apple-A-Day Work independently to develop a list of the characteristic and properties of your apple. Your list should be as extensive as possible."— Presentation transcript:
An Apple-A-Day Work independently to develop a list of the characteristic and properties of your apple. Your list should be as extensive as possible. Be prepared to share your list with the class.
An Apple-A-Day What if anything did you discover about this apple or apples in general? Add items from the class list to your list, as necessary.
An Apple-A-Day Examine the model of the apple and cross the items off your list that you can not determine using the model apple.
An Apple-A-Day Examine the picture of the apple, cross all characteristics / properties off your list that you could not ascertain from the picture.
An Apple-A-Day Look at the following, cross all characteristics / properties off the list that can not be determined from the following.
An Apple-A-Day Apple n 1. The usually round, red or yellow, edible fruit of a rosaceous tree, Malus punila 2. Fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh
An Apple-A-Day Examine the list of remaining items. Based on this list what, if anything, did you discover about this apple or apples in general? What part of this activity made the biggest impact on your understanding / knowledge about apples?
An Apple-A-Day If you wanted students to “learn” about apples, which of the previous methods would you use? Which method would most likely make the greatest impact on the students’ understanding of an apple and its characteristics?
An Apple-A-Day Which method would most likely have the least impact on a student’s understanding? Which of the previous methods best fits your learning style? Which method did you experience more often when you were a student in, college, high school, elementary school?
An Apple-A-Day What implications, if any, does the Apple-A-Day activity have on you and your teaching style?