# 08.29 D3 Cornell Questions And Procedures

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Published on October 13, 2008

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Day 3: Aug 29 / Sept 2 Objective: SWBAT write three levels of questions SWBAT develop a detailed procedure Homework: Revise PBJ procedure on pg 11 and finish page 10 Warm-up: At room temperature, how fast is the average air molecule traveling?

Objective:

SWBAT write three levels of questions

SWBAT develop a detailed procedure

Homework: Revise PBJ procedure on pg 11 and finish page 10

Warm-up: At room temperature, how fast is the average air molecule traveling?

Warm up Warm-up: At room temperature, how fast is the average air molecule traveling? A: As fast as a rifle bullet, ~1000 meters/sec

Warm-up: At room temperature, how fast is the average air molecule traveling?

A: As fast as a rifle bullet, ~1000 meters/sec

Agenda Grandma’s House PBJ Procedure Do you know how to knot?

Grandma’s House

PBJ Procedure

Do you know how to knot?

Grandma’s House On page 8, divide into three sections Label with 1, 2, 3 Label Input: Book Process: Book and Brain Output: Brain and Extra

On page 8, divide into three sections

Label with 1, 2, 3

Label

Input: Book

Process: Book and Brain

Output: Brain and Extra

Level 1 Name three people in Grandma’s house. Identify who is wearing an apron. Describe what Grandma’s house looks like. Count how many people are in Grandma’s house. Count how many windows are in the house.

Name three people in Grandma’s house.

Identify who is wearing an apron.

Describe what Grandma’s house looks like.

Count how many people are in Grandma’s house.

Count how many windows are in the house.

Level 2 Sequence the people at Grandma’s house by age. Explain why the man is on the roof. Sequence the people by height. Explain why grandma is outside the house. Compare the two girls in the window.

Sequence the people at Grandma’s house by age.

Explain why the man is on the roof.

Sequence the people by height.

Explain why grandma is outside the house.

Compare the two girls in the window.

Level 3 Judge Grandma’s outfit. Imagine what Grandma’s house would look like in ten years. Imagine Grandma riding a bike. Hypothesize what will happen if the man falls off the roof. Imagine what Grandma would look like as a scuba diver.

Judge Grandma’s outfit.

Imagine what Grandma’s house would look like in ten years.

Imagine Grandma riding a bike.

Hypothesize what will happen if the man falls off the roof.

Imagine what Grandma would look like as a scuba diver.

Procedures Flap glue the procedure hand-out onto page 11 Draw a horizontal line and vertical line on page 10 in the middle Label left “Diagrams” and the right side “Instructions” Read hand-out On top of page 10, write a procedure for tying a simple knot

Flap glue the procedure hand-out onto page 11

Draw a horizontal line and vertical line on page 10 in the middle

Label left “Diagrams” and the right side “Instructions”

On top of page 10, write a procedure for tying a simple knot

Trade and Follow Follow the directions of your partner exactly. Are they clear enough? Write one glow and one grow in your partner’s notebook.

Follow the directions of your partner exactly.

Are they clear enough?

Write one glow and one grow in your partner’s notebook.

Locked up Write the procedure for getting out of the cuffs on the bottom of page 10 Homework is to finish all of page 10 and 11. Will be checked. Remember to add color to make it count!

Write the procedure for getting out of the cuffs on the bottom of page 10

Homework is to finish all of page 10 and 11. Will be checked. Remember to add color to make it count!

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