This is an overview of the digestive system and how our nutrients are digested! SWBAT: 1. List the different nutrients 2. Identify organs in the digestive system and describe their function. 3. Identify which organs digest each of the nutrients and what enzymes are used. Guiding Questions: What are the nutrients you would find on a food label? When they are digested, what do they get broken down into? What are the organs of the digestive system? What enzymes are found in the digestive system? What, specifically, do they break down? Where are the three nutrients each digested? Which enzymes are involved? What are some disorders of the digestive system? What are the role of probiotics in the digestive system? What does it mean if someone is lactose intolerant and can’t eat dairy?
This #GoogleExpeditions lesson develops student skills understanding of biomes and ecosystems. This introductory lesson introduces students to the main biomes around the planet, their features and locations. Further in-depth lessons on the different biomes are listed below. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/. This is Google Expeditions Lesson is number 1 of a 4 lesson sequence. It can be used as a standalone lesson or in conjunction with others listed below (links go to Google Docs versions of the lessons). Lesson 1: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems https://goo.gl/0eMtoz Lesson 2: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems: Tundra and Taiga https://goo.gl/L6cpjH Lesson 3: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems: Tropical Rainforest and Temperate Forests https://goo.gl/wGM97d Lesson 4: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems: Savannah and Desert https://goo.gl/sBrZzi
In this lesson, the students go on an expedition to The Natural History Museum and learn about organisms’ adaptations to their environment. The students discuss living and dead organisms’ biology and work alone to create their own biologically adapted animal. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/
Explore the pyramids and discover volume.
For middle school. Explain the relationships among specialized cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organisms.
This expedition will take you through the 3 trimesters of pregnancy. You will explore the changes within the fetus and the mother. Objectives: SWBAT: 1. Describe where and when an embryo becomes a fetus. 2. Describe the role of differentiation and mitosis in the development of a baby. 3. Describe the changes in the mother throughout pregnancy. 4. Describe the process of birth and what causes it. 5. Describe how drugs would affect development.
This is a Google Expedition Lesson Plan provided by the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. The objectives of this lesson plan are to get students to identify and analyze the contributions of key Americans in the various struggles to achieve civil rights for disenfranchised or marginalized groups, and broke barriers from the Civil War era to the present. Also, to identify key components of a portrait and discuss what we can learn about the sitter through these components. #GoogleExpeditions
During this lesson the students are going to label some of the major bones in the human body, using this blank skeleton worksheet. During the lesson the students will be able to explore the skeletal systems of the human body, using the Google Expedition and guidance from their teacher. Google Expeditions is a virtual reality teaching tool that lets you lead or join immersive virtual trips all over the world. Built for the classroom and small group use, Google Expeditions allows a teacher acting as a “guide” to lead classroom-sized groups of “explorers” through collections of 360° and 3D images while pointing out interesting sights along the way. Google Expedition: Human Anatomy - The Skeletal System UK - Science - Key Stage 3 - Biology
Why don’t you take your class to see the 7 New Wonders of the World? This is a great exercise for improving your students’ persuasive writing. Using the worksheet, students can take notes about the destinations they visit in preparation for creating a persuasive tourist brochure. Remember to provide your students with some key facts along the way, so that they can include these in their brochures. The lesson plan contains the following content: 1. Lesson plan 2. Worksheet to be completed during the expedition 3. Travel brochure template with notes 4. Blank travel brochure for students If you want any more tips/ideas about how to incorporate Google Expeditions into the classroom, visit our website: www.primevr.co.uk. It was founded by a former Google Expeditions associate, who visited over 100 schools, trained over 2,000 teachers and introduced the technology to over 40,000 students. Keep fully up-to-date with everything Google Expeditions by following us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/primevruk.
During this lesson students are going to go on a Google Expedition and visit Antarctica. The lesson focuses on the impact humans are having on this pristine environment. Google Expeditions is a virtual reality teaching tool that lets you lead or join immersive virtual trips all over the world. Built for the classroom and small group use, Google Expeditions allows a teacher acting as a “guide” to lead classroom-sized groups of “explorers” through collections of 360° and 3D images while pointing out interesting sights along the way. Google Expedition: Antarctica UK Geography - Key Stage 3 - Locational Knowledge (Polar)
Selected Expedition: Roman Ruins Grade(s): 3-5 Subject(s): Social Studies/ELA Number of Students: 20-25 Objectives: To experience the historical city of Rome from multiple perspectives.
An intro into the nervous system for 9th grade Biology. Objectives: SWBAT: 1. List the different sections of the brain and describe their functions. 2. Describe the different types of neurons. 3. Label the different structures of a neuron. 4. Describe what happens in a synapse between two neurons. 5. Define neurotransmitter and describe their role in cell communication.
Under the Sea - using Google Expedition to explore Coral Reefs around the world and create a short animation using Scratch to show the different animals and highlight the impact humans are having on Coral Reefs. Grade 3 Geography and Computer Science Google Expedition - Underwater Excursion Scratch - creating a short animation
In this lesson, the students go on the Evolution expedition. The students will explore early ideas of evolution and explain evolution by natural selection and the evidence for this theory by writing an essay. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/
Students will discover Santa’s home, workshop and sleigh. Students will be able to practice their observation and listening skills to engage in a class discussion across different subject matters. Students will count, identify shapes, identify colors, and learn about animals. The Expedition is designed to be read in order, as the content rhymes. Students will practice their rhyming skills with a worksheet. This lesson also includes a coloring and writing activity, as well as a science worksheet. To download the lesson plan and activities, go here: https://goo.gl/nTbpqB
Computer Science and Music For Grade 3 Pupils Exploring making music through the use of Scratch and Google Expeditions to compare how music is made in a music studio. Google Expedition - Recording Studio - Capturing Sound Scratch
Grade(s): 3-5 Subject(s): Social Studies Number of Students: 20-25 Objectives: To explore the impact of government spending on citizens.
In this lesson the students use Google Expeditions at the start of the lesson, to look at a series of waterfalls around the globe and find common features. Once these have been identified the students can move on to learn about the formation of a waterfall. Google Expeditions is a virtual reality teaching tool that lets you lead or join immersive virtual trips all over the world. Built for the classroom and small group use, Google Expeditions allows a teacher acting as a “guide” to lead classroom-sized groups of “explorers” through collections of 360° and 3D images while pointing out interesting sights along the way. Google Expedition: Iceland (Air Pano), Jiuzhaigou National Park & Angel Falls UK - Geography - Key Stage 3 - Human and Physical Geography - Rivers
GCSE Climate Change lesson to be used in conjunction with the Climate Change expedition on Google Expeditions. Self paced tasks as students are guided through the different scenes.
In this lesson, the students go on an expedition to discover Biodiversity and Preservation. They will learn how crucial photosynthesis is to create an environment for diverse species and to allow them to thrive. The students discuss plant growth and work in groups to record and investigate the growth of similar plants under very different lighting conditions, to discover the true importance and mechanism of photosynthesis and respiration in cells. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/
The aim of this Expedition is to raise students awareness of the militant actions of the Suffragettes and the physical locations around the country where these actions happened. It asks students to consider two main questions: How did the militant actions of the Suffragettes change throughout their campaign?, how do the different locations shown relate to the changes in the type of action undertaken by the Suffragettes? Download the free Google Expeditions App and search Deeds Not Words! to access the Expedition to accompany this Lesson Plan. For the fully immersive VR version you will also need a Google Cardboard viewer.