- The teacher will use the textbook to teach the students about different kinds of dinosaurs.
- Following the textbook lesson, the students will be able to view a video of dinosaurs in the American Museum of Natural History in Chicago with the use of Qik.
- The scientist will talk about and show different dinosaurs and share with the students the different characteristics they have.
- This is a step-by-step process that will help the students get the best understanding about different dinosaurs.
- Since Chicago would be a long planned, expensive field trip for the school, the teacher will utilize the technology of Qik to teach the students a lesson about dinosaurs.
- With the application of Qik, a scientist from the museum will make a video explaining and showing different dinosaurs. He will then stream the video to the internet for the students to view and discuss.
- The purpose of the video is to give the students a better understanding of dinosaurs and the ability to see what the structure of a dinosaur look like. The teacher could use the "live chat" that Qik offers, with this application the students could direct questions to the scientist and he could answer them accordingly.
- The students should learn the names of a few different dinosaurs and be able to recognize the different characteristics of each.
- The students will be given a worksheet to test what they have learned.
- After the lesson, and the viewing of the Qik video, the student will be given a piece of paper with pictures of dinosaurs and their names scrambled.
- The students will have to match the picture with the correct name of the dinosaur.
- They should be able to complete this correctly. If there is confusion, the class will review and discuss the questions together.