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ALEX Lesson Plan Resources
ALEX Lesson Plans
Credit Recovery Science (3), or Social Studies (2 - 3)
Envision, Enhance, Enjoy
In this lesson from "The Friends of Auntie Litter", (www.auntielitter.org), Alabama's state parks will be explored. This lesson is one from the “Take Pride Statewide” series. *This lesson is provided by Julie Danley, Pam Walston, and Pat Mitchell.
Credit Recovery Science (K - 5), or Science (2 - 4)
Little River Canyon's Carnivorous Green Pitcher Plants
A digital slide program introduces the Green Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia oreophila) to the students. Students use a model of the Green Pitcher Plant and plastic insects to role play. They will tell the story of habitat adaptation and interaction around the pitcher plant bog. Pitcher Plants and the animals in the neighborhood have lives interconnected to the environment. This lesson plan is made possible through the ALEX and the U.S. National Park Service Partnership.
English Language Arts (3), or Credit Recovery Science (3), or Science (3), or Technology Education (3 - 5)
This was a collaborative effort between Melanie George and Connie Roan. Students will work in collaborative groups and investigate animal characteristics, their habitats and basic needs using the Internet and library. They will then make a power point presentation of their animals to educate the rest of the class.
Credit Recovery Science (3 - 5), or Science (3), or Technology Education (3 - 5)
Biomes: Where are the Wild Things?
During this lesson, students will explore biomes, ecosystems, and habitats by navigating the Internet. They will research biomes, ecosystems, and habitats in order to create a newsletter. They will have the opportunity to distribute their newsletters and discuss their findings with students in their school.
Thinkfinity Lesson Plans
Science - Meteorology - Social Studies - Geography
In this Xpeditions student activity, students pretend they are head of a new National Geographic Climate Observation Post, where they must create a climate map to illustrate the world's various climate zones. Students explore the world's diverse climate zones and find out how climate affects human life.
National Geographic Education