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Bridges Science Lesson
2nd grade resources for a lesson on bridges (engineering)
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Mon, Nov 29, 2021 10:10 PM Easy to Read & Very Informative!
Even though I took a physics class last semester, a lot of what I learned has escaped me. The Force and Motion E-book helped me refresh and solidify my knowledge on the aforementioned physics topics. This came in handy while prepping for my second grade lesson on bridges, where I needed to have a strong background in force. The E-book itself is easy to read and very interactive. The simulations embedded within the textbook make the reading go by quick and gets you immersed into the learning experience. I also liked how it had a "check your understanding" quiz throughout the chapters. These short quizzes were great ways to reflect on your current understanding of the topic. After reading a section you can take the quiz and determine if you (1) need to revisit the concepts/reread the section or (2) can move on and have a good grasp on the concepts. Additionally, I was impressed that the back of the book had a section dedicated to educators that explained how these broader concepts can tie into different topics mentioned in K-12 classrooms. Overall, this E-book professional is a great resource for educators in need of a refresher in their force and motion knowledge!
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