This lesson has students synthesize evidence from 6 different perspectives (medical doctors (2 types), industrialists, chemists, geologists and meteorologists). For students to develop a complete explanation they must use evidence from multiple sources. The end product is a claim-evidence-reasoning, which I have my students then record & we listen and critique a few as a class.
Students use a "forensics report" journal to take notes/summarize the evidence, which they read as they move through each profession at 6 different stations.
I teach this after energy & discussing some of the impacts of air pollution on human health. This can also be used to assess students ability to construct explanations.
The file is a merged PDF - powerpoint slides from presenting this lesson at a conference (some student facing, some teacher facing slides), intro and final assessment pages, forensic report note-taking guide and resource sheets.