1. Click the to listen to the story, "Listening Walk" by Paul Showers. 2. Go on a nature walk with an adult or go on a house walk and listen to the sounds you hear. 3. Use the :marker: to circle the sounds you hear. 4. Choose one sound and use the to say what that sound is and what it is communicating? 5. Click the when you are done. Credit: JUSD NGSS UOS
Performance Expectations: 1-PS4-1. Plan and conduct investigations to provide evidence that vibrating materials can make sound and that sound can make materials vibrate. 1-PS4-4. Use tools and materials to design and build a device that uses light or sound to solve the problem of communicating over a distance. Learning Goals: Sound comes from vibrating objects. Sound and light devices can be used to communicate information. Obtain a copy or play the youtube read-aloud of the story “The Listening Walk” by Paul Showers. Ask students , “ What sounds did you hear in the story?” What are the sounds communicating?”. Opportunity for Talk Moves- Partner Talk. Listen to sounds in their “around the house” or “nature walk with an adult”. Mark the sounds on their recording sheet-page 2. Answer the following questions in whole class discussion using the sentence frame “ I heard the sound of a____. This sound communicates that ________” “What sounds did you hear?” “ What were the sounds communicating?” Ex. I heard birds chirping outside. It communicated that the bird was hungry. Opportunity for Talk Moves- Who Can Repeat/Rephrase?