Grade Band: High School Unit Target: Scientific Inquiry Unit Topic: High School Science Fair

Unit 19 Lesson 9 Instructional Targets

Reading Standards for Literature • Range and Level of Text Complexity: Experience grade level and age-appropriate literature materials, including poems, biographies, chapter books, fiction and nonfiction works, that are adapted to student reading level. • Key Ideas and Details: Answer questions and use support from text to explain the main ideas, details and inferences of a story. Which of your state standards are aligned to these instructional targets? Classroom Activities/Lesson Plan Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci The title of the Chapter Book is What Is Science? The fourth chapter is about Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo da Vinci was an artist and a scientist. He used a notebook to record his ideas. Some of his ideas included bicycles, flying machines and bridges. Many of Leonardo’s ideas were not used when he was alive, but are used today. • • •

Chapter books present a “reading to learn” experience. Therefore, students may read independently, in a shared reading experience or books may be read to them. Present students with one chapter at a time for reading and comprehension instruction. After each page is read, ask the discussion question that appears in italics at the bottom of the page. Focus on pictures to reinforce understanding. Repeated readings are encouraged. Suggested Reading Levels for this chapter include Levels H/I, presented in a text format, and E, presented in both text and symbol-supported formats.

Read and Answer Comprehension activities extend beyond “checking” what students remember from reading. During instruction, students learn to refer to the book, using both illustrations and text to locate answers to questions. Students recognize types of responses appropriate to who, what and where formats. Question responses may also provide students with a foundation for story retell. Activities should be repeated throughout the unit to increase students’ skills in multiple areas of comprehension. • Select the level of comprehension questions appropriate to each student. Comprehension questions are also in three formats. Level 3 is text only. Level 2 is symbol-supported. Level 1 is written in sentence strip format, allowing students to select from multiple choices or one errorless picture choice. • Build comprehension and vocabulary through discussions. •

Standards Connection These standards connection lessons are designed to build summarizing skills and are applicable to all chapters. Using the first standards connection form, determine whether this book is a work of fiction or nonfiction. Select the additional standards connection lesson based on whether the chapter is a fictional format that has a story line or an informational text that includes facts and historical events.

The first two sets of comprehension questions are derived from the lower levels of text. An advanced level of mixed questions is provided in text-only format. Pre- and post-assessments are available through Monthly Checkpoints.

Level 3 • Students will independently read literature forms, including chapter books, biographies, poems, fiction and nonfiction works that have been adapted to student reading level. • Students will independently read questions about a story and write, speak or select an answer.

Differentiated Tasks Level 2 • Students will read supported and shared literature forms, including chapter books, biographies, poems, fiction and nonfiction works that have been adapted to student reading level. • Students will point to or select a picture from a choice of three in response to a question about a story.

Resources and Materials Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci Communication board Comprehension worksheets and sentence strips (multiple-choice and fill-in); Advanced questions Standards Connection Lessons 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 © 2013 n2y ULS, November 2013

Level 1 • Students will actively participate in supported reading of literature forms, including chapter books, biographies, poems, fiction and nonfiction works that have been adapted to student ability level. • Students will respond to a question by choosing a single option or errorless picture. Notes http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/scientists/leonardodavinci.html

Grade Band: High School Unit Target: Scientific Inquiry Unit Topic: High School Science Fair

Unit 19

Lesson 9, Chapter 4: Answer Key Fill-In ideas

pictures

Multiple-Choice fly

hike

artist

1.

Leonardo da Vinci painted _____. (pictures)

2.

He liked to _____ and collect bugs. (hike)

3.

He wanted to _____ like a bird. (fly)

4.

He drew pictures of his _____ in his notebook. (ideas)

5.

Leonardo was an _____ and a scientist. (artist)

1. Who is this chapter about? (Thomas Edison, Leonardo da Vinci, the Wright brothers) 2. What did Leonardo collect? (birds, stamps, bugs) 3. Where did Leonardo da Vinci draw his ideas? (notebook, school, computer) 4. Where was a bridge built because of Leonardo? (United States, France, Turkey) 5. What is important to know about this chapter? • Leonardo was a bug collector. • Leonardo was an inventor. • Leonardo was an artist who helped scientists.

Fill-In Advanced

Multiple-Choice Advanced

Use the Chapter Book to help you fill in the blank.

These questions may have more than one correct answer.

1.

Leonardo da Vinci was an artist and a _____. (scientist)

6. Where was Leonardo da Vinci born? (France, United States, Italy)

2.

The _____ is a famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci. (Mona Lisa)

3.

Leonardo da Vinci drew new _____ in a notebook. (ideas)

4.

In 2006, a _____ like one Leonardo drew was built in Turkey. (bridge)

5.

Leonardo will always be remembered for his beautiful _____. (paintings)

7. What did Leonardo da Vinci find on his hikes? (bugs, lizards, bats) 8. What did Leonardo da Vinci draw in his notebook? (musical instruments, bicycles, trees) 9. What did Leonardo da Vinci have ideas about? • He had ideas about trains. • He had ideas about helicopters. • He had ideas about bridges. 10. How does Leonardo da Vinci help scientists? • His notebooks help keep their homework safe. • His ideas help them discover new inventions. • His paintings help them decorate their offices.

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Chapter 4:

Leonardo da Vinci

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Level H/I

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Leonardo da Vinci is known as an artist. Many people know the painting he did of the “Mona Lisa.” The “Mona Lisa” is a famous painting. But Leonardo was also a scientist.

What is Leonardo most famous for?

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Leonardo was born in Italy in 1452. As a boy, he liked to hike. When he was hiking, he found bugs, lizards and bats. He brought these bugs, lizards and bats home to study in his bedroom.

What did Leonardo like to do?

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When Leonardo hiked, he also liked to watch birds. He dreamed about flying like a bird. He drew pictures of flying machines. At that time, airplanes had not been invented.

What did Leonardo draw?

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Leonardo had a notebook. He took the notebook everywhere. If he had a new idea, he would draw it in the notebook. He had ideas about musical instruments, bicycles and even helicopters. Where did Leonardo keep his drawings?

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TURKEY MEDITERRANEAN SEA

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IRAQ

Leonardo had ideas about bridges too. Many of Leonardo’s ideas were not used until many years later. In 2006, people in Turkey decided to build a bridge just like Leonardo’s idea long ago.

Where was Leonardo’s idea for a bridge used?

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Many people will remember Leonardo da Vinci for his beautiful paintings. They will also remember his ideas. Leonardo’s ideas helped many scientists discover new inventions.

How do we remember Leonardo?

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Chapter 4:

Leonardo da Vinci

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Level E

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Leonardo da Vinci painted pictures. He was also a scientist.

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Leonardo liked to hike. He collected bugs, lizards and bats.

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Leonardo saw birds. He wanted to fly like a bird. He drew pictures of flying machines.

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Leonardo had many ideas. He drew pictures of ideas in a notebook.

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GEORGIA

ANKARA

TURKEY MEDITERRANEAN SEA

SYRIA

IRAQ

Leonardo had an idea about a bridge. His idea was used to build a bridge in Turkey.

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Leonardo was a good artist. His pictures helped many scientists.

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Chapter 4:

Leonardo da Vinci

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Level E Symbol-Supported

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Leonardo da Vinci painted pictures.

He

was

also a scientist.

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Leonardo liked to hike.

He

collected

bugs,

lizards

and

+

bats.

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Leonardo

He

He

wanted

drew

to

saw

fly

birds.

like

pictures of flying

a

bird.

machines.

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Leonardo

He

drew

had

many

ideas.

pictures of ideas in a notebook.

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GEORGIA

ANKARA

TURKEY MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Leonardo

His

had an idea

SYRIA

IRAQ

about a bridge.

idea was used to build a bridge in

Turkey.

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Leonardo was a good

His

pictures

helped

many

artist.

scientists.

yes

no

Leonardo da Vinci paint

like

hike

like

Leonardo da Vinci

picture

scientist

find

collect

see

many

bug

lizard

bat

want

fly

draw

about

bird

machine

idea

use

build

help

good

bridge

Turkey

artist

Within each category, pictures are listed from left to right in the order in which they appear in the text.

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

Name: _______________________

1. Leonardo da Vinci painted

2. He liked to

.

and collect bugs.

3. He wanted to

like a bird.

4. He drew pictures of his

in his notebook.

5. Leonardo was an

ideas

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pictures

and a scientist.

fly

hike

artist

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Fill-In Level 3

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

Name: _______________________

1. Leonardo da Vinci painted

2. He liked to

.

and collect bugs.

3. He wanted to

like a bird.

4. He drew pictures of his

in his notebook.

5. Leonardo was an

ideas

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pictures

and a scientist.

fly

hike

artist

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Fill-In Level 2

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

ideas

pictures

1. Leonardo da Vinci painted

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fly

hike

artist

.

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Fill-In Level 1

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

2. He

liked to

and collect

bugs.

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3. He wanted to

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like a bird.

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Fill-In Level 1

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

4. He drew pictures of his

5. Leonardo was an

in

his notebook.

and a scientist.

+

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Fill-In Level 1

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

Name: _______________________

1. Who is this chapter about? a. Thomas b. Leonardo Edison da Vinci

c. the Wright brothers

2. What did Leonardo collect? a. birds b. stamps

c. bugs

3. Where did Leonardo da Vinci draw his ideas? a. notebook b. school c. computer

4. Where was a bridge built because of Leonardo? a. United States b. France c. Turkey

5. What is important to know about this chapter? a. Leonardo was a bug collector. b. Leonardo was an inventor. c. Leonardo was an artist who helped scientists. © 2013 n2y ULS, November 2013

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Multiple-Choice Level 3

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

Name: _______________________

1. Who is this chapter about? a. Thomas b. Leonardo Edison da Vinci

c. the Wright brothers

2. What did Leonardo collect? a. birds b. stamps

c. bugs

3. Where did Leonardo da Vinci draw his ideas? a. notebook b. school c. computer

4. Where was a bridge built because of Leonardo? a. United States b. France c. Turkey

5. What is important to know about this chapter? a. Leonardo was a bug collector. b. Leonardo was an inventor. c. Leonardo was an artist who helped scientists. © 2013 n2y ULS, November 2013

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Multiple-Choice Level 2

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

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Thomas Edison

Leonardo da Vinci

the Wright brothers

birds

stamps

bugs

notebook

school

computer

United States

France

Turkey

Leonardo was a bug collector.

Leonardo was an inventor.

Leonardo was an artist who helped scientists.

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Multiple-Choice Level 1

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

1. Who is this chapter about ?

2. What did Leonardo collect ?

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Multiple-Choice Level 1

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

3. Where did Leonardo da Vinci draw his ideas ?

4. Where was a bridge built because of Leonardo ?

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Multiple-Choice Level 1

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

5. What is important to know about this chapter ?

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Multiple-Choice Level 1

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

Name: _______________________

Use your chapter book to help you find answers to these questions:

1. Leonardo da Vinci was an artist and a ___________.

2. The ___________ is a famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci.

3. Leonardo da Vinci drew new ___________ in a notebook.

4. In 2006, a ___________ like one Leonardo drew was built

in Turkey.

5. Leonardo will always be remembered for his beautiful

___________.

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HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Fill-In Advanced

Chapter 4: Leonardo da Vinci

Name: _______________________

These questions may have more than one correct answer: 6. Where was Leonardo da Vinci born?

a. France b. United States c. Italy 7. What did Leonardo da Vinci find on his hikes?

a. bugs b. lizards c. bats 8. What did Leonardo da Vinci draw in his notebook?

a. musical instruments b. bicycles c. trees 9. What did Leonardo da Vinci have ideas about?

a. He had ideas about trains. b. He had ideas about helicopters. c. He had ideas about bridges. 10. How does Leonardo da Vinci help scientists?

a. His notebooks help keep their homework safe. b. His ideas help them discover new inventions. c. His paintings help them decorate their offices. © 2013 n2y ULS, November 2013

HS, Unit 19, Scientific Inquiry, High School Science Fair Lesson 9, Chapter 4, Leonardo da Vinci, Multiple-Choice Advanced

Scientific Inquiry Unit Topic: High School Science Fair - Houston ISD

Lesson 9. Instructional Targets. Reading Standards for Literature ... used a notebook to record his ideas. ... Leonardo da Vinci drew new _____ in a notebook.

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