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Unit Author
Unit Overview
Unit Title
Unit Summary
This unit to address the followings:
Goal – To study on:
1) the definition of constellation.
2) identifying the constellations from the stars formation.
3) the importance of constellation for the human.

Roles – Students will take a role as:

1) Astronaut
2) Astrology Students

Audience – Primary School Students

Set of tasks – Task student required to create

1) a brochure

Product – 1) Poster

Evaluation – Poster scoring sheet.

Subject Area
Science - Investigating The Earth and The Universe
Year 5 SK
Approximate Time Needed
3 weeks, 30 minute class periods and 4 class periods per week
Unit Foundation
Targeted Curriculum Specifications and Benchmarks
1.1: Understanding the constellation.

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Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes

Students will able to:
1. State what constellation is?
2. Identify the constellation.
3. State the importance of constellation.
4. Create a poster.
Curriculum-Framing Questions

Question What are things that you can find in the space?

1) What can you see in the sky during the nightfall?

2) What is constellation?
3) What are the importances of constellation?

1) How do go into the space?

2) How these constellations looked liked?
3) Where should you see the constellation?
4) When should you see the constellation?
5) What does the constellation indicated?

Assessment Plan
Assessment Timeline

Before project work begins Students work on projects After project work is
and complete tasks completed

• Questi • Journal • Poster • Poster • Poster • Journal

oning • Feedba scoring checklist rubric
ck sheet

Assessment Summary
Questioning occurs throughout the unit to probe student thinking and allow student reflection.
Teacher conferences are held to provide feedback, guide and assist students throughout the project,
and adjust instruction as necessary. Students use a poster checklist to monitor their progress and a
rubric to assess their creative work.
Unit Details
Prerequisite Skills

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Instructional Procedures

Week 1
Pose the essential question, What are things that you can find in the space?
Begin by asking students about things that they can find in the space, either from their previous
lesson, reading a book or magazine or watching the television. In small groups, have students begin
to talk about things in space that they know and brainstorm their thoughts, examples, and ideas.
Bring the discussion back to the whole group and chart the group’s responses. This is a great
opportunity to talk about things they know and exists and things that are probably just their
Pose the unit question, What can you see in the sky during the nightfall?
Ask students to collect information about activities they do outside the home during the nightfall.
After that, state the activities they have collect the information with the place that suits the activities.
Teacher shows slide presentation containing the things that exist in the space. Some of the examples
is showing the stars and the formations of constellations.

Week 2
Pose the unit question, What is a constellation?
To get student involved in the field guide activities, pose the content question, How does the
constellations looked like?
Teacher distributed some flashcards for the groups and let them recognize which formation of stars
they have ever encountered. Teacher showed the presentation slides consisting the constellation. The
pupils were given worksheet each for them to complete before the class is over.

Week 3
Then, tell students that their task will be to work as a team to create the poster and students need to
collect the information for it. Besides that, teacher will ask students to play a role as an astronaut or
astrology students. Teacher explains the steps to completed organizer process. Students may plan
their ideas using the poster and each group has drafted their stories whether to be an astronaut or
the astrology students. They can elaborate their stories by make an action in group as an astronaut
or the astrology students.

Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction

• Provide more support, using teaching assistants, parents, and student helpers.
• Provide written and oral instructions in a variety of ways
Resource • Allow extra time for completing assignments
Student • Work with a parent or a teacher's aide for assistance
• Provide teacher-created templates to guide work

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• Encourage the students to create poster about constellation and the seasons.
Gifted • Encourage the students to play a role as an astronaut.
• Encourage the students to explore the internet about information of the

Nonnative • Have the students to share information of places.

Speaker • Use cooperative grouping.

Materials and Resources Required For Unit

Technology – Hardware (Click boxes of all equipment needed)
Camera Laser Disk VCR
Computer(s) Printer Video Camera
Digital Camera Projection System Video Conferencing Equip.
DVD Player Scanner Other      
Internet Connection Television
Technology – Software (Click boxes of all software needed.)
Database/Spreadsheet Image Processing Web Page Development
Desktop Publishing Internet Web Browser Word Processing
E-mail Software Multimedia Other      
Encyclopedia on CD-ROM

Printed Materials Reference books in the library.

Mahjong paper for the poster.

Flash card.
Internet Education Resources

Constellation – Wikipedia
Internet Resources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constellation

Constellation – Science Year 5


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