This "sketch-notes" style graphic organizer is a great way to introduce or review the Big Bang Theory. It is a great way to organize main ideas about the theory of expansion and help visual learners make connections through drawings and comic book style note taking. I have found that these graphic organizers work very well for SPED and ELL students but your general ed. students will enjoy them as well.
These fun notes are a great addition to any interactive notebook!
The "thought bubble" is left blank at the bottom where you (or even better, the students) can determine the question they will be answering. Some example questions are:
1. What do you think would happen if the universe stopped expanding?
2. Describe in detail one of the types of supporting evidence.
3. How are scientists able to date the Big Bang Theory?
4. How does our knowledge of wavelengths help us learn about the Big Bang Theory?
Print and Scale to 85% to fit into composition notebook.
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