Based on what they have learned in Lesson 1, students try to make their own pop-ups. As they do, they keep track of issues that arose, and of steps they took to address these issues.
For the class:
Charts from Lesson 1
For each group:
At least three simple pop-up books, cardstock in a variety of colors, one or two pairs of scissors, a roll of masking or cellophane tape,
markers or crayons for decorating pop-ups
For each student:
Folder for storing pop-ups, science notebook
1. What is troubleshooting?
Discuss the concept of troubleshooting
2. Making pop-ups.
Distribute materials and encourage each student to make their own pop-up. Post a list of outcomes from Lesson 1 and suggest that students refer to these if their pop-ups don't work. As students are working collect a list of issues that come up.
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