Lesson Plans

# The Logic of Scientific Discovery Daily Lesson Calendar

This set of Lesson Plans consists of approximately 102 pages of tests, essay questions, lessons, and other teaching materials.
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### Definitions

• Review Chapter Abstracts: Chapter abstracts are synopses of each chapter that you can use to review the reading assignments with your students.
• Daily Lessons: There are 30 daily lessons detailed in this lesson plan. Select a new daily lesson for each day.
• Fun Activities: There are 20 fun activities in this lesson plan. They serve as a way for students to interact with the material in an enjoyable, educational way.
• Read Aloud in Class: Ask students to take turns reading aloud from where they left off in their most recent reading assignment. Use the Oral Reading Evaluation Form in this lesson plan to evaluate their reading skills.
• In-Class Handout: An in-class handout can be one of the quizzes/homework assignments, vocabulary games, worksheets, or an essay/writing assignment. It's something the students can complete and turn in during class, or begin in-class and take home to finish as a homework assignment.

### One Week Lesson Calendar

Before the unit begins:

• Homework Assignment: Read through Part II: Chapter 3, Theories
 Day 1 - Introduce Unit Day 2 - Review Unit Day 3 - Quiz Day 4 - Review Unit Day 5 - Test Review Chapter Abstracts up to Part II: Chapter 3, Theories 1 Lesson from Daily Lessons 1-8 1 Fun Activity from Fun Activities 1-10 Students Read Aloud in Class Homework Assignment: Read through Part II: Chapter 5, The Problem of Empirical Basis Review Chapter Abstracts up to Part II: Chapter 5, The Problem of Empirical Basis 1 Lesson from Daily Lessons 9-15 1 In-Class Handout Homework Assignment: Read through Part II: Chapter 8, Probability and choose a homework assignment from one of the Daily Lessons Review Chapter Abstracts up to Part II: Chapter 8, Probability Quiz 1 Lesson from Daily Lessons 16-23 1 In-Class Handout 1 Fun Activity from Fun Activities 11-20 Homework Assignment: Read through Part II: Chapter 10, Corroboration, or How a Theory Stands up to Tests and assign an essay, due the week following the test Review Chapter Abstracts up to Part II: Chapter 10, Corroboration, or How a Theory Stands up to Tests 1 Lesson from Daily Lessons 24-30 1 In-Class Handout Homework Assignment: Study for the test Test

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