Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning

Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
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This is a great simple activity when teaching about states of matter, the water cycle, or phase changes. This resource focuses on what causes condensation. Through a simple activity and focused reading, students write an argument to explain what is needed for condensation to form.

This comes from my “Quick and Cl-Ev-R” series. Each activity is designed for students to practice writing scientific arguments with Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning based on real world data and experiences. Each activity includes a quick hands on activity or demonstration, data collection, and corresponding reading focusing on the scientific concepts presented in the activity.

Materials Needed:

- Clear Plastic Cups

- Water

- Ice

Not sure where to start? Check out my Freebie to teach your students how to write a scientific argument.

Want to add more Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning into your classes? Try these:

Sound Waves Argument

Does Air Have Mass Argument

Chemical Reactions

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