NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument

NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
NGSS Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument
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Common Core Standards
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This activity is a PDF document and is not editable.

This activity was designed to help students with the Science and Engineering Practice Engaging in an Argument Using Evidence. In 6th-8th grade students should be able to:

  • Construct, use, and/or present an oral and written argument supported by empirical evidence and scientific reasoning to support or refute an explanation or a model for a phenomenon or a solution to a problem.

Students should be regularly constructing arguments in your classroom and presenting the arguments to other students. This gives students the opportunity to present their arguments, but also to support or refute the arguments of their peers.

This activity includes:

  • An explanation of the components of an argument (Claim, Evidence and Reasoning) to be used in an interactive notebook or as a handout
  • An activity that requires students to identify the claim, evidence and reasoning component in 3 different arguments with a key
  • 2 graphic organizers
  • Teacher instructions
Total Pages
7 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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